Harry S Truman
United States President - AsNotedIn
|Noland House, Frank and Natalie Wallace House, George and May Wallace House and Garage
|Harry S Truman Home
|Truman, Harry S, Historic District
|Missouri Pacific Depot
|Trinity Episcopal Church
|Jackson County Courthouse
|Truman Family Farm
|US Car No 1
|Little White House
|Born in Lamar, Missouri
|Harry Truman Birthplace Memorial
|Harry S Truman's Birthday
|July 17-25. At the Potsdam Conference, Winston Churchill, US President Harry Truman and Soviet Communist leader Joseph Stalin meet at Cecilienhof Palace to discuss Japan's surrender terms and Europe's post-war boundaries.
|World War II Ends
|American President Harry S Truman calls for Japan's surrender, warning to "expect a rain of ruin from the air, the like of which has never been seen on this earth."
|Dropping the Atomic Bombs
|With Truman in attendance, Churchill delivers his 'Iron Curtain' speech at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri.
|Sinews of Peace
|Westminster College Gymnasium
|Winston Churchill's 1946 American Tour
|In Cheyenne, Harry S Truman delivers an oration from the front porch of the Governor's Mansion.
|Harry Truman signs Executive Order 9981, establishing "equality of treatment and opportunity for all persons in the armed services without regard to race, color, religion or national origin," leading to the desegregation of the American military.
|President Harry S Truman makes a speech at the Hunt Armory to the fellow Democrats of Allegheny County.
|At the foundation stone ceremony of the United Nations headquarters was laid in New York City, President Harry Truman delivers a speech emphasizing the need to make the common good a top priority.
|Headquarters of the United Nations
|New York City
|Truman speaks at the Natrona County High School auditorium and attended dedication ceremonies for Kortes Dam.
|Natrona County High School
|Jefferson National Expansion Memorial is dedicated by Harry S Truman.
|Jefferson National Expansion Memorial
|City of St Louis
|Two Puerto Rican pro-independence terroist attempt to assasinate President Harry S Truman at Blair House
|Harry Truman signs Executive Order 10340, directing the Secretary of Commerce to take possession of American steel mills. The order stoping a threatened strike, which he considerder a military necessity. The Supreme Court struck down the Order.
|Former president Harry S Truman rides a stagecoach down Casper's 2nd Street in July 1953.
|Presidents Harry S Truman and Dwight D Eisenhower both stay at the William Penn Hotel during their campaigns as Eisenhower gives a major speech in the hotel's ballroom, October 8-9, 1956.
|William Penn Hotel
|Winston Churchill Memorial's groundbreaking ceremony
|Winston Churchill Memorial
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