Interesting facts about harry s truman

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Harry S. Truman: 33rd President of the United States by Heidi Elston

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33 Facts I Learned About the 33rd President at the Harry Truman Library and Museum

How was Truman a judge without a law degree? The Truman Library website said the position was an administrative one rather than a judicial position; there was no requirement that a Jackson County Judge have a law degree. The court exercised corporate powers of the county. The website stated the powers included: management and control of county property, authority to purchase receive, lease, sell or convey county property and others. Truman served as vice president with former President Franklin D. Roosevelt for only 82 days.

Harry S. Truman was an American statesman who served as the 33rd President of the United States, taking office upon the death of Franklin D. Take a look below for 30 more interesting and awesome facts about Harry S. Truman used the veto power times, which is more than any president since, and he saw 12 overridden by Congress. He desegregated the U.

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Truman actually had no middle name? His parents gave him the middle initial S to honor and please his grandfathers, Anderson Shipp Truman and Solomon Young.

Harry S. Truman was born on May 8, , in Lamar, Missouri. He took over the presidency upon Franklin D. Roosevelt's death on April 12, He was then elected in his own right in Following are ten key facts that are important to understanding the life and presidency of the 33rd president of the United States. Truman's family settled on a farm in Independence, Missouri.

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