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Derived from a television series on Truman, these rare recordings are straight from the shoulder, pithy and fascinating. Reissued to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the end of WWII, this is an important historical work by Ben Gradus, the producer of the television series.
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Published August 22nd 1995 by HarperAudio (first published June 1976)
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Harry S. Truman was the thirty-third President of the United States (1945–1953). As vice president, he succeeded Franklin D. Roosevelt, who died less than three months after he began his fourth term.

During World War I Truman served as an artillery officer. After the war he became part of the political machine of Tom Pendergast and was elected a county judge in Missouri and eventually a United Stat

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