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1880 – Born on January 26th in Little Rock, Arkansas. An American general who commanded the Southwest Pacific Theatre in World War II, administered postwar Japan during the Allied occupation that followed, and led United Nations forces during the first nine months of the Korean War. 1903 – He was graduated from West Point with ..

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US diplomat   US ambassador to Japan 1957-1961   US ambassador to Belgium 1961-1965   assistant secretary of state for Congressional relations 1965-1967   US ambassador to Austria 1967-1969   US ambassador to Iran 1969-1972   nephew of Douglas MacArthur   son-in-law of Alben Barkley 1934 3.2 / 5 ( ..

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1885 – Born in the village of Osugi Mura on the island of Shikoku, Kochi Prefecture 1905 – graduated from Hiroshima Military Academy 1916 – finished schooling from Japanese War College 1936 – on February 26, lost support from Emperor Hirohito’s administration 1941 led the Malayan campaign forcing Singapore to surrender 1942 – succeeded in ..

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US Democratic politician   1922-1924 – Judge of Eastern District of Jackson County, Missouri.   1926-1934 – Presiding judge of Jackson County, Missouri.   1935-1945 – Senator from Missouri.   1945 – Vice-president of US.   1945-1953 – The 33rd president of US.   1945 – Ordered atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.   1947 ..

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Philippine diplomat, general, and politician   assisted Douglas MacArthur in World War II   president of UN General Assembly 1949-1950 (1st Asian president)   Philippine foreign minister 1950-1952, 1968-1984   Philippine ambassador to US 1952-1953,..

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Reverend Sun Myung Moon is the founder and spiritual leader of the Unification Church and its institutional successor, the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification. The broader Unification Movement includes foundations and enterprises operating in the realms of religion, academia, the arts, media, sports, agriculture, technology, ocean enterprises, and more. Born into a farming ..

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1922 – Born on April 1st in Attleboro, Massachusetts. 1947 – An associate editor in The Baltimore Sun. 1948 – Married to Julia Brown Marshall on March 27th. 1959-1983 – Wrote the biographies, A Rockefeller Family Portrait, American Caesar, Douglas MacArthur and The Last Lion. 2001 – Recipient of the National Humanities Medal. 2004 – ..

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1884 – Born in Wellesley, Massachusetts on the 21st of January.          – He had visited the Soviet Union and wrote a book, Liberty Under the Soviets. 1917 – On the 1st of July, the AUAM responded by creating the Civil Liberties Bureau, headed by Baldwin.          – The CLB separated from the ..

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