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Harry Truman was the 33rd President of the United States (from 1945 to 1953). Major historical events happened during his term, including the use of the atomic bomb against Japan and the end of World War II.
Most likely the image you see on your penny is John F. Kennedy.These Lincoln/Kennedy novelty items were popular advertising items back in the 70's.This is not something done at the Mint. Somebody took a stamp and manually counterstamped Kennedy's image onto the penny after it left the mint.These nov…
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During the Korean war the United States had two presidents. Harry Truman was President when it began in 1950, and Dwight Eisenhower was elected in 1952 and was President when the armistice was signed in 1953. The president of South Korea was Syngman Rhee.The Korean War began on June 25, 1950 and l…
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Value of an Autographed Harry S. Truman Photo Appreciation for Truman's legacy and methodology in office increases with every passing year, as does the value of his genuine signature. As with all collectibles, determining value is a function of authenticity and condition. If genuine, the photo w…
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Just S Harry S. Truman did not have a middle name. The S stood for a compromise between the names of his two grandfathers -- Anderson Shippe Truman and Solomon Young. There has been considerable debate whether Truman's middle initial should be written with or without a period. Truman himself sai…
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Harry S. Truman was the US President duirng this conflict.
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Truman's Presidency He became president in 1945.
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The underlying reason that the Korean War broke out was because it was just another episode in the ongoing Cold War between the USA and the USSR. On the surface, the Korean War seemed to be a war between South Korea and North Korea, but really the superpowers were just using it as a front to combat …
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Harry S. Truman inherited the office of US President on April 12, 1945 when Franklin D. Roosevelt died. Until Roosevelt's death, Truman, the "new kid," the "outsider," had been kept in the dark when it came to a great many matters of national security -- much to Truman's own liking! When FDR died, H…
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Truman Doctrine More clearly than any earlier act, the Truman Doctrine proclaimed that the United States had embarked on a new foreign policy. This new policy of containment would have profound effects on American society and culture. Its immediate aim was to prevent the Soviet Union from moving be…
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The "S" in Harry S Truman does not represent anything. His middle name is simply "S". There is no "period" after the "S" in Harry S Truman because it is not an abbreviation. I have some more facts I think are interesting: He was left handed.He never went to college.During most of his term he didn't…
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Answers: He was a better president probably of all time. FDR served 3 terms as president-- more than any other US president-- so the conditional clause in the question ('if...died') in the question is really unnecessary to judge the merits of Roosevelt's presidency.
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The Truman Doctrine (1947) was designed to support anti-communists and resist the spread of communism. Initially, it stated that the United States would support both Turkey and Greece with economic and military aid, preventing them falling into the Soviet sphere. It offered support to all countrie…
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Harry S Truman was the President of the United States in 1947. Born May 8, 1884 in Lamar, Missouri, died December 26, 1972 in Kansas City, Missouri, Harry Truman succeeded Franklin D. Roosevelt as the thirty-third President of the United States, serving between April 12, 1945 and January 20, 1953, …
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This depends on the country. Please see related questions or re-ask your question specifying the country or organization. US: The President of the United States earns $400,000 a year, not including benefits. For more details about the benefits the US President is paid, see related questions. The …
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The Soviets were Accustomed to Roosevelt's friendly, patient style, Molotov was shaken. "I have never been talked to like that in my life," he reportedly said to Truman.
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Australian SASRNo, the SASR is the same as Britain's Special Air Service. They accept far fewer candidates than the USMC, which is an entire branch of the US Military. To put it in comparison, the SASR, as a regiment of the Australian Army, only have around 3000-5000 soldiers (naturally, this makes …
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Answer It was an attempt to assist the French in their recovery from WWII. In retrospect, it probably wasn't a good idea. The French were never grateful and are still as arogant and obnoxious as ever... probably worse.
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Harry S Truman (May 8, 1884 - December 26, 1972) was the thirty-fourth Vice President (1945) and the thirty-third President of the United States (1945-1953), succeeding to the office upon the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt on April 12, 1945. Truman's presidency was eventful, seeing the atomic bombi…
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The US President and Commander in Chief .
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After brilliant offensives in Korea and the capture of Pyonyang it appeared the Korean war was finished but the Chinese attacked the UN Forces, crossing the Yalu river with Four infantry armies, three artillery divisions, an anti - aircraft regiment and 260,000 men. The UN forces were forced to ret…
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Answer You get pregnant when egg and sperm meet. The egg is released at ovulation and travels down the fallopian tube, through the uterus, and out. Sperm can live a short time in the uterus, thus you can get pregnant if the sperm is there to meet the egg on the way down. Similarly, the egg's tr…
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Harry Truman was to be given the middle name of Shippe or Solomon. Becasue of family disagreemnts, neither was chose and he was given the letter S alone for a middle name.
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FDR cause of death Franklin D. Roosevelt died of a cerebral hemorrhage on April 12, 1945, at the age of 63, while vacationing in Warm Springs, Georgia.
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a cerebral hemorrhage
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"Harry S. Truman (May 8, 1884�December 26, 1972) was the thirty-third President of the United States (1945�1953); as Vice President, he succeeded to the office upon the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt. In domestic affairs, Truman faced challenge after challenge: a tumultuous reconversion of the e…
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He ordered the use of the Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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The dawning of the nuclear age, the end of World War 2, the start of the United Nations, Israel created, the Korean conflict, Mahatma Gandhi assassinated, Joseph Stalin died, People's Republic of China came into existence, Truman was also the first president to address the nation on TV.
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to eat pie
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Franklin Roosevelt died on April 12 ,1945 at Warm Springs, Georgia of a cerebral hemorrhage. He was 63 years old.
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33rd president,child was Mary Margaret,
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Answer It temporarily stopped spread of communism but it annoyed the soviets.
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His parents chose "S" as his "middle name" in an attempt to honor both of Harry's grandfathers, Anderson Shipp Truman and Solomon Young. The initial did not actually stand for anything, a common practice among the Scots-Irish.
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In 1950, President Harry S. Truman committed US military forces to the United Nations military effort and named Gen. Douglas MacArthur Commander of the U.N. forces. The war ended up in a stalemate and an agreement was signed after two years of fighting. He was president from 1944 to 1952, when Dwigh…
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The Truman Doctrine was the American policy aimed at stopping the spread of communism in Europe and the world. It ended sometime around the end of the Cold War, in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
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North Korea had no atomic bombs at the time of the Korean War. What Truman was concerned about was the Soviet atomic bombs and the high probability that Stalin would respond to our use of atomic bombs in that conflict by declaring full scale nuclear war on the US.
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Nothing. Undecided over whether to honor his father or her's (both of which started with 'S'), Harry's parents decided to just make it 'S'. Also there is no period after the "S".Alternate Answer/ Additional Information: His grandfathers, Anderson Shipp Truman and Solomon Young, could not agree on wh…
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If your question was :What were automobiles like in the 1900's? They were slow,bad tires and cold in the winter.They also had no AC. You needed to know how to do repairs as that was frequent. Amazing how cars progressed over the last 100 years after 1000s of years walking.
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Answer 1Well there was a pro and a conPro: It pretty much ended the war with Japan after the Hiroshima and Nagasaki attacks saving time and allied lives.Con: It demonstrated the full effects of an atomic weapon, and motivated the USSR to develop their own atomic and nuclear weapons, effectively star…
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They both have 6 letters in their last name. And if you refer to Jeseph Stalin by the proper spelling of Jozef, they both have 5 letters in their first name. They were both leaders of their respective countries in WWII Both took the decision to explode their country's first nuclear bombs, although…
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April 12, 1945.
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1. the act of contributing.2. something contributed.3. an article, story, drawing, etc., furnished to a magazine or other publication.4. an impost or levy.
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt died on April 12,1945.He died on April 12 ,1945 at Warm Springs, Georgia of a cerebral hemorrhage. He was 63 years old.
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yes with the Emancipation Proclamation
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Harry Truman thought that by dropping the atomic bombs on Japan, he would save American lives and end World War II faster. He also wanted to collapse Japan's means to make war again. He believed that the loss of a few hundred thousand citizens and the complete obliteration of the enemy country's mor…
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Franklin RooseveltTruman was Franklin Roosevelt's vice president and when Roosevelt died just a few weeks after his fourth inauguration Truman succeeded to the office.  Franklin D. Roosevelt, Truman was his VP and became president when FDR died in his fourth month of office.
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Theodore Roosevelt died on 1919 January 6.Franklin Delano Roosevelt died on 1945 April 12, while he was still US President. Harry S. Truman, vice president became president.
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He was the U. S. Vice President when President F. D. Roosevelt died.
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He allowed the atomic bombing on japan at Hiroshima and NagasakiPresident Truman's role in World War 2 is that he led the United States and the Allied Powers to victory over the Axis Powers. He dropped the two atomic bombs on Japan on August 6 and 9th of 1945. Later, both Germany and Japan surrender…
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Greece and Turkey did not become part of the Soviet sphere.
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Answer Kansas City type steak - WELL DONE
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Neither he nor the builders knew what the "physical" after effects of the explosion might include.However, Truman may have had several motivations for its use as a weapon. The first was obviously to coerce the surrender of Japan. But he also may have hoped to dissuade the Soviet Union from trying to…
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President: Harry S. Truman (May 8, 1884 - December 26, 1972) Term: April 12, 1945 - January 20, 1953 Background: Truman was born in Lamar, Missouri to John Anderson Truman and Martha Ellen Young Truman from a Scots-Irish descent. His father was a farmer took care of livestock. Truman was named after…
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Answer Truman was a doting and protective father to his daughter Mary Margaret. When Truman moved to Washington to serve in the Senate, Margaret was ten-years old. Thereafter, she would live half the year in Independence and half in Washington, until she was in high school. During the White House…
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Harry Truman was born May 8, 1884 in Lamar, Missouri.
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it was about having a sexy vagina and getting laid every night because of it
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yes the tension escalate between the two superpower because each one of them were trying to be the unnogiate able power.
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In 1780, the abolitionist movement began in England, and carried over into the US. Members formed the Underground Railroad to help slaves who escaped captivity. Legislation was passed in 1850 to ban the slave trade within the United States.In disgust of the northern states expansion of the federal g…
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~He was the 33rd President of the USA~Born: 1884~Died: 1972~Was USA Senator and won two terms
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April 12, 1945 was the date that Roosevelt died and Harry Truman became President .
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Answer He made the final decision to use the atomic bomb against Japan. He did so on the virtually unanimous advice of his advisors in order to force an end to World War II and save thousands of American military lives in the process. He directed that the bomb be used on military targets, althoug…
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he died last night in my bed from a heart attack
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Dewey. A famous image of the upset can be seen below.
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Truman had been in the Missouri National Guard for two terms of service. When "Federalized" for service as part of the Army the Missouri National Guard becomes the 35th (Infantry) Division. Truman was a captain commanding an artillery battery. He was very proud of the fact that none of his men were …
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Answer to why Truman left office.Truman was FDR's last Vice-President. FDR was innaugurated in March 1945. He died the following month, on April 12th.Truman served almost two complete terms. Until his predecessor, FDR, no president served more than two terms. This practice was established by our fir…
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President Truman served as president from 1945 - 1953. He died in 1972 from minor lung congestion; complexity of organic failures; collapse of cardiovascular systems at age 88.
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President Harry S. Truman, though has not attended college, was very knowledgeable and was a wide reader. His other characteristics included consistent, self-controlled, and detail-oriented.
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beacause i was born.
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America would fight to limit the spread of Communism
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Harry Truman's two main passions were reading and music.
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Answer yes Answer For part of his term Truman was quite unpopular. However history has come to view him more favorably.
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It was rooted in the idea of containment,limiting communism to the areas already under soviet Union control.
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Answer Not really. It is a National Historic Site controlled by the National Park Service, so the Feds can be obliged to pay for things. However, the management and maintenance, etc., is handled by a charitable foundation, which through the $4 entrance fee, donations, gift shop sales, and ben…
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He contributed peanut butter and jelly.
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In 1947, America thought that a UFO had crashed landed in Roswell. For more information Search Roswell into 'Google'!u guys are retarted that never happeneed
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Actually FDR made the decision to drop the atomic bomb prior to his death, Truman did not even know of the atomic bomb at the time this decision was made. When he was informed of the atomic bomb after FDR's death he only decided to continue all of FDR's decisions and policies without change. The Arm…
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Harry Truman was a demoncrat.
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It was President Truman who made that decision and he had his motives. Truman actually made no such decision. the decision to use the atomic bombs on Japan was made before FDR died, they would obviously not be needed on Germany the target selection list was made in a meeting in May 1945 (Truman…
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Dumbledore dies at the end of the sixth movie and book. But when Harry arrives in a place called 'Limbo'. There he meets Harry Potter.
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no he was a realy cool kid
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There was actually little the US could do about the communist takeover in Czechoslovakia. Diplomatic relations remained and the relationship was cordial for the length of the communist regime.
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yes, Truman was a staunch Democrat.
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The initials stood for 'Clive Staples' but throughout his life Lewis was referred to by family and friends as 'Jack'. The reason for this was that when he was just four years old, the family dog (named Jacksie) was run over by a car. Young Clive decided then he would only be called Jacksie - and it …
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Lincoln issued an Executive Order called the Emancipation Proclamation.monkey
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Contribution (or marginal contribution) is the selling price of the product less the variable cost of the product, ie the value the produce contributes towards fixed costs,
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There are nine U.S. presidents that never attended college. These presidents include George Washington, Andrew Jackson, Andrew Johnson, Abraham Lincoln, Grover Cleveland, Martin Van Buren, Millard Fillmore, and Zachary Taylor.
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I'm afraid the Hary Grepke will not run for President. Harry grepke died on May 17 2009 on a Sundsday in Altha Florida. A good neighbor and friend.
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You sit them down and say, "baby, I love you, but I having some horrible news, that I know your not gonna like, but just hear me out."then you tell them that everything is gonna be alright and that, you'll always love them,...well unless your planning to break up with them haha. :
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