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

  3. 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.

  4. 04/05/2022 · Harry S. Truman, (born May 8, 1884, Lamar, Missouri, U.S.—died December 26, 1972, Kansas City, Missouri), 33rd president of the United States (1945–53), who led his country through the final stages of World War II and through the early years of the Cold War, vigorously opposing Soviet expansionism in Europe and sending U.S. forces to turn back a communist invasion of South Korea.

  5. Harry S. Truman (ur.8 maja 1884 w Lamar, zm. 26 grudnia 1972 w Kansas City) – amerykański polityk.W latach 1945–1953 był 33. prezydentem Stanów Zjednoczonych, a wcześniej przez 3 miesiące pełnił funkcję wiceprezydenta.

  6. Truman's military aide, Harry Vaughan, a long-time associate of the President since World War I, was often at the center of these allegations. Vaughan clearly sought government favors for friends and businessmen; he even accepted seven freezers from an associate, one of which he gave to Bess Truman.

  7. Letter from Mrs. Amelia A. Dixon to Harry Truman, March 12, 1948; Letter, Roy Wilkins to Harry S. Truman, January 12, 1953; Gallup Poll Results, 1948: Desegregation of Armed Services; Correspondence between Harry S. Truman and Ernie Roberts, September 2, 1948; Audio: Address before the NAACP, June 29, 1947