Harry Truman

  • Harry Truman's Brith

    He was born on May 8th 1884. He was born on Lamar, Missouri. His dads name is John Anderson Truman. His moms name is Martha Ellen Young Truman
  • Judge of Jackson County, Missouri's Eastern District

    Harry was a judge of Jackson County, Missouri from January 1st, 1923 to January 1st, 1925
  • Presiding Judge of Jackson County, Missouri

    He was Judge of Jackson Country for 8 years, From January 1st, 1927 to January 1st, 1935
  • United States Senator from Missouri

    He was Senator for 10 years. From January 3rd, 1935 to January 17th, 1945
  • Truman’s 21-Point Plan

    Truman addressed Congress and presented a 21-point program of domestic legislation outlining a series of proposed actions in the fields of economic development and social welfare.
  • 34th Vice President of the United States

    he was the vice president under Franklin D Roosevelt for 4 months. From January 20th, 1945 to April 12th,1946.
  • 33rd President of the United States

    He was the 33rd President for 8 years. From April 12th, 1945 to January 20th, 1953
  • Germany's Unconditional Surrender

    The German Instrument of Surrender was the legal document that effected the extinction of Nazi Germany and ended World War II in Europe.
  • Potsdam Conference

    The Potsdam Conference was held in Potsdam, Germany, from July 17 to August 2, 1945 to allow the three leading Allies to plan the postwar peace, while avoiding the mistakes of the Paris Peace Conference of 1919.
  • The Bombing Of Hiroshima

    After the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. Harry Truman had the choice to end war by nuclear bombing Hiroshima. The fist bomb was named little boy
  • The Bombing of Nagasaki

    On August 9, a second atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, where 80,000 Japanese people perished.
  • Iron Curtain Speech

    In February 1946, at Truman’s invitation (and with his confidential encouragement), Churchill, no longer the prime minister, traveled to Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri
  • Employment Act of 1946

    Created the Council of Economic Advisers, a three-member board that advises the president on economic policy, required the president to submit a report to Congress within ten days of the submission of the federal budget that forecasts the future state of the economy and presents
  • Truman Doctrine Speech

    In his eighteen-minute speech, he stated: I believe it must be the policy of the United States to support free peoples who are resisting attempted subjugation by armed minorities or by outside pressures.
  • Marshall Plan Passed

    President Harry Truman sent Congress a message that followed Marshall's ideas to provide economic aid to Europe.
  • Truman Proposes Fair Deal

    Truman stated that "Every segment of our population, and every individual, has a right to expect from his government a fair deal."
  • Relieves MacArthur Of Command

    Truman felt that his decision was just because MacArthur had overstepped his authority, defied direct orders from his superior and interfered with Truman's hope of ending the Korean War quickly.
  • Truman Block Steel Strike

    Truman issued Executive Order 10,340 to seize control of the steel industries on April 8, 1952.