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Douglas MacArthur, US General WW2

 
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Douglas MacArthur is a major figure in the US military and diplomatic history of WWII and post-WWII. As general of the army, he helped conquer the Japanese Empire and played a major role in rebuilding the nation and drafting its first democratic constitution. He was promoted to the rank of five-star general in 1944 and was viewed as a hero by many, but he was suddenly relieved of duty by President Truman at the height of the Korean War.

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