20 Mar 1951
  • The US Joint Chiefs of Staff sent General MacArthur a preview of the ceasefire proposal that President Truman's office was preparing to send to Communist China. MacArthur would decide to send a communiqué to China on his own before Truman would be able to complete his proposal. ww2dbase [Main Article | CPC]
Photo(s) dated 20 Mar 1951
Message from General Douglas MacArthur to Congressman Joseph Martin, 20 Mar 1951

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