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  1. Truman Home in Independence. The Truman Home (earlier known as the Gates–Wallace home), 219 North Delaware Street, Independence, Missouri, was the home of Harry S. Truman from the time of his marriage to Bess Wallace on June 28, 1919, until his death on December 26, 1972.

  2. 02/06/2022 · Welcome to 219 North Delaware Street, Independence, Missouri. Harry Truman called it the "center of the world." In 1953, after being the most powerful person on earth, Harry Truman returned to Independence, and became "Mr. Citizen." And now, thanks to First Lady Bess Wallace Truman, 219 North Delaware Street now belongs to you.

  3. 12/11/2009 · Harry S. Truman (1884-1972), the 33rd U.S. president, assumed office following the death of President Franklin Roosevelt (1882-1945). In the White House from

  4. The Truman Library Institute is the member-supported, nonprofit partner of the Truman Library, one of 13 presidential libraries of the National Archives.

  5. Memo from Edward Stettinius, Jr. to President Harry S. Truman, April 18, 1945 Report by Earl G. Harrison on Jewish Displaced Persons in Post-War Europe, August/September 1945 "Interim Report of American Jewish Conference Representatives in American Occupied Zone of Germany with Reference to Jewish Displaced Persons Centre," December 13, 1945

  6. La doctrine Truman est présentée au Congrès des États-Unis le 12 mars 1947 par le président Harry S. Truman. Elle est la base de la politique américaine contre le bloc communiste durant la guerre froide et marque la fin de l' isolationnisme américain .

  7. 09/09/1995 · Truman: Directed by Frank Pierson. With Gary Sinise, Diana Scarwid, Richard Dysart, Colm Feore. Though considered unqualified, Harry S. Truman becomes the 33rd president following the April 1945 death of Franklin D. Roosevelt.