as the man who bombed japan, killed thousands, and had a great tie
Chris is totally right. Because he gave truman a second chance at life. truman was an unwanted child. christof has given truman everything needed to lead a contented life. i hope that helps a bit
Yes, he had one kid. Her name was Margarete.
President Harry S. Truman died on December 26, 1972. He died of old age. He was 88 years old at the time of his death.
Some Americans disagreed with Truman's support of civil rights for African Americans.
Harry S Truman, the thirty-third President of the United States, was born on May 8, 1884, meaning that, as of February 2010, he would be 125 years old if he were still alive today.
Reasons why Truman's investigation of federal employees was justified.
Margaret Truman was born on February 17, 1924 and died on January 29, 2008. Margaret Truman would have been 83 years old at the time of death or 91 years old today.
Bess Truman died on October 18, 1982 at the age of 97.
Harry Truman was elected as a U.S. Senator in 1940 and was elected Vice President in 1944. He was in no battles during WW2 unless you count having to meet with Joseph Stalin.
He served in World War One as a captain of artillery
No, because he served in world war 1
~He was the 33rd President of the USA~Born: 1884~Died: 1972~Was USA Senator and won two terms
April 12, 1945 was the date that Roosevelt died and Harry Truman became President . He took office in April 1945, after FDR died.
== 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,...
first answer:"give em hell, Harry"second, more correct answer:"The Buck Stops Here"
Margaret Truman was born on February 17, 1924.
President Harry Truman died on December 26, 1972.
Thomas Dewey, Republican Governor of New York, and one of the best law enforcement crime fighters in the history of the USA.
Harry Truman replaced vice-presidential candidate Henry Wallace in 1944.
Harry S Truman, Dwight I. Eisenhower, John F Kennedy, Lyndon B. Jonson, Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George Bush Snr, Bill Clinton
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Harry S. Truman The S. did not stand for anything.
If Hirohito had decided that regardless of what happened, the Japanese would never surrender, it could have been decades before we brought Japan to heel, and the country would have been destroyed. The Japanese people were unimpressed by the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki: more had died in...
Dewey. A famous image of the upset can be seen below.
POLIOAlthough Franklin D. Roosevelt suffered from polio for much of his life, he died on April 12, 1945, as a result of a cerebral hemorrhage.
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...
President Harry Truman was the President of the United States during the second half of WWll. He created the Truman Doctrine which helped out Europe economically to help stop communism from seeping into the economically weakened states like Greece. He also participated in the potsdam conference...
President Truman wanted to provide equal rights and opportunities for all Americans.
Truman threatened to draft the strickers into the army.
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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...
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Harry Truman is buried at his presidential library and museum in Independence, Missouri.
Harry S Truman was a great-nephew of John Tyler.
=== President was truthfully a democrat ===
This collection of essays examines President Truman's somewhat contentious relationships with Congress. Authors evaluate Truman's successes and defeats and measure him against later presidents of the United States. While the Truman era has been perceived as a stalemate between the executive and...
President.that's not a military rank Please disregard the stupidity in the answer above. If you literally mean World War 1, then Harry S Truman was not the president.... besides the fact that during World War 2, Truman was President, which is officially the Commander and Chief of the Armed Forces,...
Franklin Delano Roosevelt preceded Truman as the Presidentof the United States. Being Vice President, Truman first becamePresident when Roosevelt died in office just a few weeks after hisfourth inauguration, in his fourth month of office.
Truman made many public speeches in Missouri when running for political positions before he was elected senator and when he was running for a position in the Senate.
He graduated from William Chrisman High School (WCHS) in Independence MO, in 1901. Although at the time I believe it was called Independence High School.
Kennedys foreign and domestic policies included his actions towards the civil rights movement and the New Frontier
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== Truman's Presidency == He became president in 1945.
== Answer == North Korea wanted to unify itself with South Korea and create one Korea under a Communist government.
Drop atomic bombs on Japan while they were in WWII.
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...
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,...
President Truman ordered the desegregation of all defense industries and armed forces
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There were no more atomic bombs to drop. Further, the Japanese government had already sued for peace.
He campaigned thru several states VIA passenger train. At designated stops, he would appear from the last car and give a short speech and/or answer questions.
he had a sighn on his desk that said the buck stops here
Truman was referring to democracy and communism, when he spoke of two different ways of life. These were the conflicting ideologies present in the US and in the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
Not enough but the Pandora's box was now open. The question that came flying out was, "How will the world use its nuclear capability?" It is a question still being addressed on a daily basis.
Republican Tom Dewey was the favorite and America was surprised that Truman won.
President Truman was heterosexual.
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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.
Eisenhower felt that limited, regional conflicts hurt the United States (:
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President Harry S. Truman, though has not attended college, wasvery knowledgeable and was a wide reader. His other characteristicsincluded consistent, self-controlled, and detail-oriented.
He did not "cotribute" anything, in fact, no one has ever "cotributed."
== Answer == The essence of the Truman doctrine was that the United States would lend aid (money and weapons) to any nation that was being threatened by outside influences. However-the subtext is much more important. The Truman Doctrine essentially declared Cold War between...
He was sworn in after the death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt on April 12, 1945, at the end of World War II. He then served up to January 20, 1953.
I do believe that Harry S Truman was married to a woman named Elizabeth "Bess" Virginia Wallace and had 1 child named Mary Margaret Truman! I know some of you may have had this for HW, I did and made this answer. So, hope I helped you!! :-)
America would fight to limit the spread of Communism
Congress appropriated $400 million to support anti-Communist forces in Turkey and Greece.
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Bess Truman did not earn any awards