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1945
   President of the United States was   
Harry S. Truman
33rd
   President of the United States was   
Harry S. Truman
Made the historic decision to end World War II against the Japanese by dropping two atomic bombs.
Harry S. Truman
   served as U.S. President as a   
Democrat
1945
   Time 'Person of the Year' was   
Harry S. Truman
Vice President who took over from Franklin D. Roosevelt on his death after 82 days in office.
1948
   Time 'Person of the Year' was   
Harry S. Truman
For the second time
Harry S. Truman
   served as Vice-President under   
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Succeeded to the Presidency upon the death of Roosevelt in 1945
Alben W. Barkley
   served as Vice-President under   
Harry S. Truman
Harry S. Truman
   was a   
Bank Clerk
Harry S. Truman
   was a   
Businessman
He co-owned a men's clothing store
Harry S. Truman
   was a   
Farmer/Farm Boy
Harry S. Truman
   was born in   
Missouri
1945-53
Harry S. Truman
   First Lady was   
Elizabeth Virginia Wallace
Harry S. Truman
   is/was the   
U.S. President
1945
Harry S. Truman
   had the nickname   
Give 'Em Hell Harry
Harry S. Truman
   had the nickname   
Haberdasher Harry
One of his former occupations
Harry S. Truman
   had the nickname   
High Tax Harry
Harry S. Truman
   had the nickname   
The New Missouri Compromise
Harry S. Truman
   had the nickname   
The Man of Independence
His hometown
Harry S. Truman
   was born in   
Lamar, U.S.A.
Missouri. 1884. 33rd President of the United States.
Harry S. Truman
   was the   
The President Whose Desk Featured the Sign "The Buck Stops Here"
White House desk
Harry S. Truman
   is   

33rd US President, 1945-1953
Harry S. Truman
   had the Secret Service codename   
General
33rd POTUS
April 12, 1945
   the oath was recited by   
Harry S. Truman
Cabinet Room, White House by Harlan F. Stone, Chief Justice of Supreme Court
January 20, 1949
   the oath was recited by   
Harry S. Truman
East Portico, U.S. Capitol by Frederick Vinson, Chief Justice of Supreme Court
Harry S. Truman
   said   
"A Pessimist is One Who Makes Difficulties of His Opportunities and an Optimist is One Who Makes Opportunities of His Difficulties"
33th. US President
Harry S. Truman
   said   
"We Must Build a New World, a Far Better World - One in Which the Eternal Dignity of Man is Respected"
33th. US President






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