Why is Harry S Truman's nickname Give 'em Hell Harry?
Because he fought in world war 1. Harry Truman was once quoted
as saying, "I never gave anybody hell ... I just told the truth,
and they thought it was hell." Harry Truman was known as a blunt,
honest man. He told people exactly what he thought for better or
worse. He called it like he saw it, and didn't take any "bull" or
dishonesty from anybody. That combination of honesty and bluntness
in a place like Washington, D.C. left a perception of a man you
would "give people hell."
Harry was his first name, not his nick name.
"Give 'em Hell Harry" was the nickname given to the 33rd president of the United States, Harry S. Truman. He was the vice president of Franklin D. Roosevelt and took the office of the president when President Roosevelt died in 1945. President Truman won his own election in 1948 and was succeeded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1953. Harry Truman lived from 1884 to 1972.
His work in the Senate on the War Preparedness Committee which was commonly known as the Truman Committee drew him high praise and prominence for seeking out waste, fraud and fiscal abuse in the military and among government contractors. FDR took notice of 'Give 'em Hell Harry' and selected him as his Vice President in the 1944 election.
In Book 1, Draco Malfoy holds out his hand and offers Harry, "I can introduce you to the right sorts." He tries to "sell" his friendship on the assumption that he can "help" Harry. But Draco has nothing that Harry wants. In Book 7, Harry holds out his hand and offers Draco, "Take my hand and I will rescue you from the Fiendfyre." Draco has to choose whether he will accept Harry's friendship at last…
Answer 1 Sending somebody to hell or heaven is the sole prerogative of Almighty Allah. We should not curse somebody like this. Answer 2 In American English, the phrase "give 'em hell" is an expression to fight an enemy as hard you can, not necessarily an invocation or curse to send them to hell. Regardless, a Muslim should be careful in the way that he speaks to as not to imply that he may wish…