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Douglas MacArthur being decorated in the field during WW1, photo 1 of 2Douglas MacArthur being decorated in the field during WW1, photo 2 of 2
Douglas MacArthur being decorated in the field during WW1, photo 1 of 2Douglas MacArthur being decorated in the field during WW1, photo 2 of 2
US Army Brigadier General Douglas MacArthur sitting in a chair in St. Benoit Chateau, France, 19 Sep 1918Douglas MacArthur being sworn in as the Chief of Staff of the US Army, Washington DC, United States, 1930
US Army Brigadier General Douglas MacArthur sitting in a chair in St. Benoit Chateau, France, 19 Sep 1918Douglas MacArthur being sworn in as the Chief of Staff of the US Army, Washington DC, United States, 1930
US Army Chief of Staff Douglas MacArthur, 1930Douglas MacArthur with Józef Piłsudski and other Polish officers, Warsaw, Poland, 1932
US Army Chief of Staff Douglas MacArthur, 1930Douglas MacArthur with Józef Piłsudski and other Polish officers, Warsaw, Poland, 1932
Douglas MacArthur receiving a French decoration, 1930sGeneral Douglas MacArthur saluting, 1930s
Douglas MacArthur receiving a French decoration, 1930sGeneral Douglas MacArthur saluting, 1930s
US Army General Douglas MacArthur with French officers during a visit to France, 1930sGeneral MacArthur speaking publicly, circa 1930s
US Army General Douglas MacArthur with French officers during a visit to France, 1930sGeneral MacArthur speaking publicly, circa 1930s
Wainwright and MacArthur, date unknownDouglas MacArthur at the induction ceremony of Philippine Army Air Corps, Zablan Field, Camp Murphy, Rizal, Philippine Islands, 15 Aug 1941; behind MacArthur, left to right: Richard Sutherland, Harold George, William Marquat, LeGrande Diller
Wainwright and MacArthur, date unknownDouglas MacArthur at the induction ceremony of Philippine Army Air Corps, Zablan Field, Camp Murphy, Rizal, Philippine Islands, 15 Aug 1941; behind MacArthur, left to right: Richard Sutherland, Harold George, William Marquat, LeGrande Diller
John Curtin greeting Douglas MacArthur as the US general arrived in Sydney, Australia by air, 1940sMacArthur seated next to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Mr. Nairn, Provisional Parliament House, Canberra, Australia, 1942; note Curtin seated at table
John Curtin greeting Douglas MacArthur as the US general arrived in Sydney, Australia by air, 1940sMacArthur seated next to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Mr. Nairn, Provisional Parliament House, Canberra, Australia, 1942; note Curtin seated at table
MacArthur and Sutherland in the headquarters tunnel on Corregidor, Philippines, 1 Mar 1942Curtin and MacArthur at Provisional Parliament House, Canberra, Australia, 26 Mar 1942
MacArthur and Sutherland in the headquarters tunnel on Corregidor, Philippines, 1 Mar 1942Curtin and MacArthur at Provisional Parliament House, Canberra, Australia, 26 Mar 1942
Thomas Blamey, Douglas MacArthur, and John Curtin, Australia, 26 Mar 1942Australian Brigadier Charles Spry pointing out locations of heavy fighting to Australian LtGen Edmund Herring, American Gen Douglas MacArthur, and Australian MajGen Arthur Allen, New Guinea, Oct 1942
Thomas Blamey, Douglas MacArthur, and John Curtin, Australia, 26 Mar 1942Australian Brigadier Charles Spry pointing out locations of heavy fighting to Australian LtGen Edmund Herring, American Gen Douglas MacArthur, and Australian MajGen Arthur Allen, New Guinea, Oct 1942
General Douglas MacArthur and Admiral Chester Nimitz, 1942-1944Generals Walter Kreuger, William Rupertus, and Douglas MacAthur, circa 1943
General Douglas MacArthur and Admiral Chester Nimitz, 1942-1944Generals Walter Kreuger, William Rupertus, and Douglas MacAthur, circa 1943

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