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Why Did Truman Really Fire MacArthur?, A Ban on Pangolin Trafficking, "Plyscrapers" Are the High Rises of Tomorrow and More

Why Did Truman Really Fire MacArthur?, A Ban on Pangolin Trafficking, "Plyscrapers" Are the High Rises of Tomorrow and More

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Smithsonian Weekender    OCTOBER 2016

The Redacted Testimony That Fully Explains Why General MacArthur Was Fired

Far beyond being insubordinate, the military leader seemed to not grasp the consequences of his desired strategy

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Brigadier General Courtney Whitney, government section, Far East Command; General Douglas MacArthur, Commander-in-Chief, United Nations Command, and Major General Edward Almond (at right, pointing), Commanding General, X Corps in Korea, observe the shelling of Incheon from the USS Mount McKinley. (Public Domain via Wikicommons)

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