Message from Lillian Russel to Harry Truman

12 Apr 1951

ww2dbaseDear President,

I am a girl who would like to see us win the war. The only way to do that is to have MacArthur as our leader. I hope I can persuade you to let him fight. The boys over in Korea loved him to [sic] much to let him go. Please bring him back, and let him fight.

Lillian Russel


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Source(s):
Harry S. Truman Library and Museum

Added By:
C. Peter Chen

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Letter from Lillian Russel to Harry Truman protesting the removal of Douglas MacArthur, 12 Apr 1951Letter from Lillian Russel to Harry Truman, envelope side 1 of 2, 12 Apr 1951Letter from Lillian Russel to Harry Truman, envelope side 2 of 2, 12 Apr 1951





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