Harry S. Truman, 33rd President of the United States- I wish more in DC today would truly live by "the buck stops here"!

Harry S Truman was the President of the U. He is best known for being responsible for the most important decision in history- whether or not to drop the atom bomb on Japan.

Harry S. Truman in his Army uniform, 1917.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

[Photo] Portrait of US Army 1st Lieutenant Harry Truman, 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

The one president that didn't give a f*ck what other people thought of him.

Harry S Truman Family Tree along with family connections to other famous kin. Genealogy charts for Harry S Truman may include up to 30 generations of ancestors with source citations.

Harry Truman And Jack Benny

This 1959 photograph pictures President Harry Truman playing the piano, accompanied by comedian Jack Benny on his trademark violin. Photograph of President Harry S. Truman Playing the Piano While Jack Benny Plays the Violin, via DocsTeach

Photograph of President Harry S. Truman and Mrs. Bess Truman on the Porch of Their Independence, Missouri Home , 1953

I share my place of origin with the Oregon Trail, Former President Truman, (that's about it) (Photograph of President Harry S. Truman and Mrs. Bess Truman on the Porch of Their Independence, Missouri Home ,

Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry Truman: Harry Truman had only been vice president for three months before assuming the presidency. During his nearly eight years in office, he attempted to contain the spread of communism as the Cold War heated up.

Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry Truman: Harry Truman had only been vice president for three months before assuming the presidency. During his nearly eight years in office, he attempted to contain the spread of communism as the Cold War heated up.

Harry Truman is famously known to have had a sign on his desk that said “The buck stops here.” But that was when, Democrat or Republican, you could count on the president of the United States to be a patriotic American.    Those days are gone.

Harry Truman is famously known to have had a sign on his desk that said The buck stops here. But that was when, Democrat or Republican, you could count on the president of the United States to be a patriotic American.

Harry Truman by Thomas Hart Benton born April 15, 1889 in Neosho (Missouri), USA died January 19, 1975 (85) in Kansas City (Missouri), USA

President Harry Truman Reading by Thomas Hart Benton / Born April 1889 in Neosho (Missouri), died January 1975 in Kansas City (Missouri)

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