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Harry S. Truman 33rd President of The United States

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Harry S. Truman

President Truman just might have been the smartest President when have ever encountered. What he learned and was able to accomplish during his time as President forever changed how the United States Government would operate and Future Presidents would be denied access to these operations.


April 12

After the untimely death of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman wasted no time with Presidency and using his powers following his entry into the oval office on April 12th, 1945. he was given intelligence on how to end the war and with no hesitation, he put a plan in place to end the war before the years end.

May 8th, 1945

Upon assuming the presidency, Truman asked all the members of Roosevelt's cabinet to remain in place, and told them he was open to their advice. He emphasized a central principle of his administration: he would be the one making decisions, and they were to support him. Although Truman was told briefly on the afternoon of April 12 that the Allies had a new, highly destructive weapon, it was not until April 25 that Secretary of War Henry Stimson told him the details. Truman benefited from a honeymoon period after Roosevelt's death, and from the Allies' success in Europe, ending the war against Nazi Germany. Truman was pleased to issue the proclamation of V-E Day on May 8, 1945, his 61st birthday

July 16th, 1945

In the wake of Allied victory, Truman journeyed to Europe for the Potsdam Conference. He was there when he learned that the Trinity test of the first atomic bomb on July 16 had been successful. He hinted to Joseph Stalin that the U.S. was about to use a new kind of weapon against the Japanese. Though this was the first time the Soviets had been officially given information about the atomic bomb, Stalin was already aware of the bomb project, having learned about it (through espionage) long before Truman did

We have discovered the most terrible bomb in the history of the world. It may be the fire destruction prophesied in the Euphrates Valley Era, after Noah and his fabulous Ark.

— Harry Truman, writing about the atomic bomb in his diary on July 25, 1945

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September 24th, 1947