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Documents Regarding the Removal of MacArthur, 1950-1951

26 Aug 1950

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Associated DocumentDateDate
Message from Louis Johnson to Douglas MacArthur26 Aug 19501950-08-26
Message from Douglas MacArthur to Harry Truman30 Oct 19501950-10-30
Truman's Secretary's Memo of Truman-MacArthur Meeting at Wake25 Nov 19501950-11-25
Truman's Order to Limit Press Releases6 Dec 19501950-12-06
Message from Douglas MacArthur to Joseph Martin20 Mar 19511951-03-20
US Joint Chiefs of Staff Message to MacArthur to Limit Statements24 Mar 19511951-03-24
Truman's Diary Entries, 6-7 Apr 19516 Apr 19511951-04-06
Message from Truman to Bradley Regarding Martin and MacArthur7 Apr 19511951-04-07
Truman's Proposed Messages Regarding the Relief of MacArthur10 Apr 19511951-04-10
Message from H. V. Schoepflin to Harry Truman11 Apr 19511951-04-11
Message from Lillian Russel to Harry Truman12 Apr 19511951-04-12
Message from Joan Rountree to Harry Truman13 Apr 19511951-04-13


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