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MacArthur then planned for a full-scale invasion of China, but this was against the wishes of President Truman and others who wanted a limited war.
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MacArthur and then
The strategy proposed by General Douglas MacArthur called for the recapture of the Philippines, followed by the capture of Okinawa, then an attack on the Japanese mainland.
As 1944 began the frontrunners for the Republican nomination appeared to be Wendell Willkie, the party's 1940 candidate, Senator Robert Taft of Ohio, the leader of the party's conservatives, New York Governor Thomas E. Dewey, the leader of the party's powerful, moderate eastern establishment, General Douglas MacArthur, then serving as an Allied commander in the Pacific theater of the war, and former Minnesota Governor Harold Stassen, then serving as a U. S. naval officer in the Pacific.
Just after this scene there's a short sequence of them driving through the MacArthur Maze, an interchange on the east end of the bridge, and then north on a ' barren ' stretch of highway which today is Interstate 80 passing through crowded Emeryville and Berkeley.
It was the 4th largest force under the United Nations Command then under the command of US General Douglas MacArthur that were sent to defend South Korea from a communist invasion by North Korea which was then supported by Mao Zedong's China and the Soviet Union.
Under the National Defense Act of 1935, promulgated by General Douglas MacArthur ( then newly appointed as commander in chief of the Philippine Commonwealth military ), the PC became the backbone of the Philippine Regular Army, later re-established after World War II and was known as both the Philippine Constabulary and as the Military Police Command.
As such, Gerow argued that should a " crisis " occur, then MacArthur should become the commander of, not some new command, but rather, of the Philippine Department itself.
He began to garner critical, if not popular, acclaim, playing for Jimmy Carter on the White House Lawn, lecturing as an in-residence artist at universities, and eventually being awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1973 and then a MacArthur Fellowship in 1991.
In 1934 Douglas MacArthur, then superintendent of the United States Military Academy, proposed flight training cadets at the airport.
In pursuit of the Motie probe, MacArthur accelerates at up to 4 g for five days to match velocities at about 6 % of the speed of light, then has to decelerate to reach New Scotland safely, arriving more-or-less out of fuel.
Douglas MacArthur, then a major, had the unpleasant duty of breaking the news to President Wilson and Secretary of War Newton D. Baker.
Ridgway was not fazed by the Olympian demeanor of General Douglas MacArthur, then overall commander of UN forces in Korea.
A persistent critic of Charles Haughey, O ' Brien coined the acronym GUBU ( Grotesque, Unbelievable, Bizarre and Unprecedented ), based on a statement by Charles Haughey, who was then Taoiseach, commenting on the discovery of a murder suspect, Malcolm MacArthur, in the apartment of the Fianna Fáil Attorney General Patrick Connolly.
General Douglas MacArthur declared all places of prostitution off limits in an attempt to counter the spread of sexually transmitted diseases on March 25, 1946 as by then more than a quarter of all American GIs in the Japanese occupation forces had a sexually transmitted disease.
It then crossed the MacArthur Causeway and the Venetian Causeway, towards Miami Beach, sideswiping a cruise ship.
It is unsurprising, then, that MacArthur excluded USAF aircraft from the airspace over the Inchon Landing in September 1950, instead relying on Marine Aircraft Group 33 for CAS.
Born in Chicopee Falls, then part of Springfield, Massachusetts, MacArthur was the father of General Douglas MacArthur, as well as Arthur MacArthur III, a captain in the Navy who was awarded the Navy Cross in World War I.
It called for an attack by MacArthur against northeast New Guinea and western New Britain, and by Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr. ( then in command of the South Pacific Area ) against the central Solomons.
MacArthur and planned
In February, 1947, General Douglas MacArthur, as Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers in Japan, banned a planned general strike of 2, 400, 000 government workers, stating that " so deadly a social weapon " as the general strike should not be used in the impoverished and emaciated condition of Japan so soon after World War II.
MacArthur planned to find North Korean generals, especially Kim Il-Sung, and try them as war criminals.
Trohan was known for ferreting out the fact that President Truman planned to fire General Douglas MacArthur, the commander of UN forces in Korea.
He wrote of World War II in several other books, including his second of a planned three-part biography of Winston Churchill, and a biography of General Douglas MacArthur, American Caesar.
The B-17s were back a Clark Field after 11: 30 and that MacArthur planned an attack against Formosa for the morning of 9 December.
Because General MacArthur planned to stage two divisions from Iloilo for the invasion of Japan, engineers began repairing the local airfield and starting base construction at once.
MacArthur then planned for a full-scale invasion of China, but this was against the wishes of President Harry S. Truman and others who wanted a limited war.
Major General Abner Dowling is recalled to Philadelphia from the newly re-created state of Houston to assist in the new thrust on Richmond being planned by General MacArthur.
( Interstate 280, as originally planned, ran south from the west end of I-480 along SR 1, through the MacArthur Tunnel and Golden Gate Park, to join its present alignment in Daly City.
Earlier on 4 February, General MacArthur had announced the imminent recapture of the capital while his staff planned a victory parade.
MacArthur and for
but consider, if you can bear it, what might have happened if MacArthur, for some perverse, undaunted reason, had made the same remark to an Eskimo girl in Eskimo.
In 1998 Santer was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship for research supporting the finding that human activity contributes to global warming.
Generals of the Army Douglas MacArthur and Dwight Eisenhower are tied for the record of the greatest number of awards received of the Army Distinguished Service Medal at five each.
" In 1990, for his having promoted " greater public understanding of environmental problems ," Ehrlich received a MacArthur Foundation Genius Award.
* 1946 – General Douglas MacArthur establishes the International Military Tribunal for the Far East in Tokyo to try Japanese war criminals.
" Jamison is the recipient of the National Mental Health Association's William Styron Award ( 1995 ), the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Research Award ( 1996 ), the Community Mental Health Leadership Award ( 1999 ), and was a 2001 MacArthur Fellowship recipient.
With Pulitzer prizewinners and MacArthur Fellows leading its liberal-arts programme, the relative newcomer ( founded in 1891 ) has proved more than a match for its illustrious Ivy League rival.
** WWII ends: The final official surrender of Japan is accepted by the Supreme Allied Commander, General Douglas MacArthur, and Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz for the United States, and delegates from Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, China, and others from a Japanese delegation led by Mamoru Shigemitsu, on board the American battleship USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay.
The orders are worded to allow MacArthur to choose the exact moment of his departure ; for various reasons, he will not leave until March 12 ( Eastern Date ).
In the show, McGarrett oversaw State Police officers — a young officer, Danny Williams ( played by Tim O ' Kelly in the show's pilot but replaced in the regular series by James MacArthur ), Chin Ho Kelly ( played by Kam Fong Chun ) and Kono Kalakaua ( played by Zulu ) for seasons one through four.
The Wisconsin primary proved to be the key contest, as Dewey won by a surprisingly wide margin ; he took 14 delegates to four for Harold Stassen, while MacArthur won the three remaining delegates.
With Eisenhower refusing to run, the contest for the Republican nomination was between New York Governor Thomas E. Dewey, former Minnesota Governor Harold Stassen, Ohio Senator Robert Taft, California Governor Earl Warren, General Douglas MacArthur and Arthur H. Vandenberg of Michigan, the senior Republican in the Senate.
He signed to star in the American revisionist western Hang ' Em High ( 1968 ), featuring alongside Inger Stevens, Pat Hingle, Dennis Hopper, Ed Begley, Alan Hale, Ben Johnson, Bruce Dern, and James MacArthur, playing a man who takes up a Marshal's badge and seeks revenge as a lawman after being lynched by vigilantes and left for dead.
He received the Medal of Honor for his service in the Philippines Campaign, which made him and his father Arthur MacArthur, Jr., the first father and son to be awarded the medal.
The grandson of jurist and politician Arthur MacArthur, Sr., Arthur would later receive the Medal of Honor for his actions with the Union Army in the Battle of Missionary Ridge during the American Civil War, and be promoted to the rank of lieutenant general.
While there MacArthur attended the West Texas Military Academy, where he was awarded the gold medal for " scholarship and deportment ".
Hazing was widespread at West Point at this time, and MacArthur and his classmate Ulysses S. Grant III were singled out for special attention by southern cadets as sons of generals with mothers living at Craney's.
At the time it was customary for the top-ranking cadets to be commissioned into the United States Army Corps of Engineers, so MacArthur was commissioned as a second lieutenant in that corps.
In October 1905, MacArthur received orders to proceed to Tokyo for appointment as aide-de-camp to his father.
The medical system devised for shipyard workers became the basis for the giant Kaiser Permanente HMO, which has a large medical center at MacArthur and Broadway, the first to be established by Kaiser.