General Douglas Macarthur
For the Americans? Here are 3 for the american side President Truman Douglas MacArthur George Marshall Lenient Colonel Doolittle
A: General McArthur, on the Allies side.
he was on the britishs side
There are many but a few from the U.S. Side were Dwight Eisenhower, Douglas MacArthur, and George Patton
He was on the South side.
Confederate General A.S. Johnston
In general, on the right-hand side of the bride.
Switzerland was neutral during both World Wars.
On the allied side.
The other side.
on the allied side
Switzerland did not fight on any side in during both world wars it chose to stay neutral.
General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964), who accepted the Japanese surrender at the end of World War II, was removed from the command of UN and US forces in Korea on April 11, 1951. President Harry Truman had clashed with MacArthur over the proper response to the entry of China into the Korean War on the North Korean side. Truman sought a cease-fire to disengage US and Chinese forces, concerned that the Soviet Union might support the Chinese with nuclear weapons. When MacArthur sent a letter disagreeing with this policy, and issued an ultimatum to the Chinese instead, Truman relieved MacArthur of his command. An armistice was finally signed two years later.
During World War II, several American military men held commander positions in the Asian (or Pacific) Theater of Operations. Admiral Chester Nimitz was overall commander in the Pacific Ocean region, while General Douglas MacArthur was overall commander in the Southwest Pacific region. Additional Allied commanders were assigned to such side-theaters as Burma and China.
The Japenese were on the Japanese side in WW2
They were on our side during World War 2.
Scotland was part of the Allied Powers during World War 2 .