The Sacking of Mac Arthur
General Mac Arthur writes to the Republican leader in the House of Congress opposing President Truman policy on the Korean War. Truman decides to dismiss General Mac Arthur as the commander of American forces in the Far East. That decision causes outrage within the United States. Large crowds greet Mac Arthur and he makes a speech to congress attacking President Truman. A committee of congress investigates Mac Arthur and he comes under attack from Omar Bradley the chair of the joint chiefs of staff. A biography of Omar Bradley.
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