October 17, 1952 ~ with then President Truman ~ The rising young politician gets the nod of approval from President Harry Truman, despite Truman's great dislike for Joe Kennedy Sr. Regarding Jack, Truman declares, "There is little doubt of the great political future in store for Kennedy."

October 17, 1952 ~ with then President Truman ~ The rising young politician gets the nod of approval from President Harry Truman, despite Truman's great dislike for Joe Kennedy Sr. Regarding Jack, Truman declares, "There is little doubt of the great political future in store for Kennedy."

Harry S. Truman in his Army uniform, 1917.

Harry S. Truman in his Army uniform, 1917.

Harry Truman on managers not worrying about the credit

Harry Truman on managers not worrying about the credit

Official White House Portrait of Harry S. Truman - 33rd President of the United States

Official White House Portrait of Harry S. Truman - 33rd President of the United States

After his presidency, Truman returned to his home in MO with his only income his old army pension, which was no more than $112.56 per month.  Congress later passed the Former Presidents Act to give U.S. President's pensions. Truman had numerous offers from lg. corporations for work, but turned them all down, stating: "I knew that they were not intereseted in hiring Harry Truman, the person, but what they wanted to hire was the former Pres. of the U.S.

After his presidency, Truman returned to his home in MO with his only income his old army pension, which was no more than $112.56 per month. Congress later passed the Former Presidents Act to give U.S. President's pensions. Truman had numerous offers from lg. corporations for work, but turned them all down, stating: "I knew that they were not intereseted in hiring Harry Truman, the person, but what they wanted to hire was the former Pres. of the U.S.

Harry Truman And Jack Benny

Harry Truman And Jack Benny

Harry Truman and Winston Churchill

Harry Truman and Winston Churchill

April 12, 1945: FDR dies. On this day in 1945, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt passes away after four momentous terms in office, leaving Vice President Harry S. Truman in charge of a country still fighting the Second World War and in possession of a weapon of unprecedented and terrifying power...

April 12, 1945: FDR dies. On this day in 1945, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt passes away after four momentous terms in office, leaving Vice President Harry S. Truman in charge of a country still fighting the Second World War and in possession of a weapon of unprecedented and terrifying power...

The more I read about Harry S. Truman, the higher he rises on my list of people to admire.

The more I read about Harry S. Truman, the higher he rises on my list of people to admire.

President Harry S. Truman (1945-1953) became President upon the death of Franklin Roosevelt.

President Harry S. Truman (1945-1953) became President upon the death of Franklin Roosevelt.

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