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President Truman reads the Japanese Surrender 1945 - YouTube

President Truman reads the Japanese Surrender 1945 - (running time: 1 minute, 7 seconds)

President Taft Reading - fattest president ever. Isn't that something to be in the history books?

President Taft Reading - fattest president ever. Isn't that something to be in the history books?

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Harry Truman Jubilantly Displaying Erroneous Chicago Daily Tribune Headline "Dewey Defeats Truman" Stampa fotografica di W.

The Truman Family as Harry S. Truman is sworn in as President of the United States, April 12, 1945.

The Truman Family as Harry S. Truman is sworn in as President of the United States, April No-one could find a bible for the swearing in ceremony until someone thought to send for a spare Gideon's Bible left behind from the Roosevelt administration.

21 Shocking Facts About U.S. Presidents  Which president once whipped out his junk during a Cabinet meeting? And more!

21 Shocking Facts About U.S. Presidents

Woodrow Wilson and King George V

President Wilson and King George V of England, outside of Buckingham Palace on December Despite President Wilson’s campaign pledge to keep the United States neutral and out of World…

"The News and Observer" observes the news that we're getting a new president in the 70s. Search Rare Newspapers for pinworthy headlines.

"The News and Observer" observes the news that we're getting a new president in the Search Rare Newspapers for pinworthy headlines.

Harry S. Truman in his uniform as a First Lieutenant in the United States Army, Battery D, 129th Field Artillery, 35th Division, September 1917.

Veterans Day Spotlight: Harry S. Truman Harry Truman’s aspirations for a military career began back in high school, where he had hopes of attending West Point or Annapolis upon graduation in

Bainbridge Island High School pupils cut classes to bid farewell to their Japanese American classmates, March 1942

Bainbridge High School students cut class to bid farewell to their Japanese-American classmates, March 1942 . This was a very sad time in Bainbridge Island's history.

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