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Harry Truman announcing JapanWainwright decorated with Medal of Honor by US President Truman 14 Sep 1945, photo 1 of 2
Harry Truman announcing Japan's surrender at the White House, Washington, DC, United States, 14 Aug 1945Wainwright decorated with Medal of Honor by US President Truman 14 Sep 1945, photo 1 of 2
Wainwright decorated with Medal of Honor by US President Truman 14 Sep 1945, photo 2 of 2Harry Truman awarding the Medal of Honor to Major Louis H. Wilson, Jr., USMC on the lawn of the White House, Washington DC, United States, 5 Oct 1945
Wainwright decorated with Medal of Honor by US President Truman 14 Sep 1945, photo 2 of 2Harry Truman awarding the Medal of Honor to Major Louis H. Wilson, Jr., USMC on the lawn of the White House, Washington DC, United States, 5 Oct 1945
President Truman presenting the Medal of Honor to medical corpsman Desmond Doss at the White House, Washington DC, 12 Oct 1945. The medal was for actions on Okinawa, Japan. Photo 1 of 3.President Truman presenting the Medal of Honor to medical corpsman Desmond Doss at the White House, Washington DC, 12 Oct 1945. The medal was for actions on Okinawa, Japan. Photo 2 of 3.
President Truman presenting the Medal of Honor to medical corpsman Desmond Doss at the White House, Washington DC, 12 Oct 1945. The medal was for actions on Okinawa, Japan. Photo 1 of 3.President Truman presenting the Medal of Honor to medical corpsman Desmond Doss at the White House, Washington DC, 12 Oct 1945. The medal was for actions on Okinawa, Japan. Photo 2 of 3.
President Truman presenting the Medal of Honor to medical corpsman Desmond Doss at the White House, Washington DC, 12 Oct 1945. The medal was for actions on Okinawa, Japan. Photo 3 of 3.President Truman aboard USS Missouri at the Brooklyn Navy Yard examining the deck marker on the spot where the surrender was signed in Tokyo Bay, Navy Day, 27 Oct 1945. Also Adm Jonas H Ingram and FAdm William D Leahy
President Truman presenting the Medal of Honor to medical corpsman Desmond Doss at the White House, Washington DC, 12 Oct 1945. The medal was for actions on Okinawa, Japan. Photo 3 of 3.President Truman aboard USS Missouri at the Brooklyn Navy Yard examining the deck marker on the spot where the surrender was signed in Tokyo Bay, Navy Day, 27 Oct 1945. Also Adm Jonas H Ingram and FAdm William D Leahy
Truman aboard USS Renshaw during Navy Day Fleet Review, New York City, New York, United States, 27 Oct 1945; note USS MissouriPresident Harry Truman congratulating Lieutenant Donald Gary after Gary received the Medal of Honor, the White House, Washington, DC, United States, 23 Jan 1946
Truman aboard USS Renshaw during Navy Day Fleet Review, New York City, New York, United States, 27 Oct 1945; note USS Missouri's superstructure in background and US Navy aircraft in formation abovePresident Harry Truman congratulating Lieutenant Donald Gary after Gary received the Medal of Honor, the White House, Washington, DC, United States, 23 Jan 1946
Letter to US President Harry Truman to request clemency for Yamashita, 5 Feb 1946Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 1 of 4
Letter to US President Harry Truman to request clemency for Yamashita, 5 Feb 1946Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 1 of 4
Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 2 of 4Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 3 of 4
Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 2 of 4Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 3 of 4
Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 4 of 4US Navy Commander Richard O
Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 4 of 4US Navy Commander Richard O'Kane shaking US President Harry Truman's hand on the lawn of the White House shortly after receiving the Medal of Honor, Washington DC, United States, Mar 1946
US President Harry Truman, Secretary of State James Byrnes, and newly-appointed Ambassador Walter Smith discussing SmithFleet Admiral Nimitz, Fleet Admiral Leahy, President Truman, and Vice Admiral Mitscher aboard USS Franklin D. Roosevelt during maneuvers off the Virginia Capes, United States, 24 Apr 1946
US President Harry Truman, Secretary of State James Byrnes, and newly-appointed Ambassador Walter Smith discussing Smith's assignment, 23 Mar 1946Fleet Admiral Nimitz, Fleet Admiral Leahy, President Truman, and Vice Admiral Mitscher aboard USS Franklin D. Roosevelt during maneuvers off the Virginia Capes, United States, 24 Apr 1946
President Harry Truman with Vice-Admiral Marc Mitscher, White House, Washington DC, United States, 16 Jul 1946Harry Truman signing the Atomic Energy Act of 1946, White House, Washington DC, United States, 1 Aug 1946
President Harry Truman with Vice-Admiral Marc Mitscher, White House, Washington DC, United States, 16 Jul 1946Harry Truman signing the Atomic Energy Act of 1946, White House, Washington DC, United States, 1 Aug 1946

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