Douglas MacArthur with son Arthur and wife Jean at the US Capitol Building, Washington, DC, after addressing a joint session of Congress, 19 Apr 1951

Caption   Douglas MacArthur with son Arthur and wife Jean at the US Capitol Building, Washington, DC, after addressing a joint session of Congress, 19 Apr 1951 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States National Archives
Identification Code   SC 361736
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Douglas MacArthur   Main article  Photos  
Photos on Same Day 19 Apr 1951
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 28 Apr 2007
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1. john says:
5 Dec 2012 12:54:02 PM

Are we talking about Dug Out Dug? The miliary nincon poop who allowed the Sons of Nippon to wipe out the American Air Fleet at Clark AFB one day after Pearl, whose "Grand Strategy" for the Defense of the Philipines savaged Defense Plan Orange, who skulked on the Rock filling his belly while thousands of National Guard troops and Pilipinos died in the muck and fought to the end,who"broke through the Japanese lines taking only his "leche culs"with him and leaving 50,000 to rot in the camps. Who booed Wainright out of sight and as Oberfuhrer of Japan lived with Jean and Arthur in opulence. His short lived victories in Corea almost bring on a Nuclear Holocaust.No wonder his son took a powder.Thank God the American voter saw through this putastive Dictator.

Korean War vet 1950-1952

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