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United States general who served as chief of staff and commanded Allied forces in the South Pacific during World War II

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Those from the south are advised to take MacArthur highway to Quirino Avenue to J.P.
They forced MacArthur to retreat and hide in relative safety in Corregidor, where he was known as "Dugout Doug" to his suffering, starving American and Filipino troops.
Fortunately for historians, Kennedy recorded notes on his Waldorf Astoria discussion, committing MacArthur's advice to a personal memorandum that he later referred to in White House policy discussions.
Airport Commissioner Shelley LaRose-Arken said in an email that MacArthur is "pleased that Elite Airways will be returning to Long Island MacArthur Airport."
as someone they would have followed through the gates of Hell, but Pacific Theater vets often sneered at General Douglas MacArthur as "Dugout Doug," the implication being he stayed safely behind the lines.
Wreaths were offered on Tuesday at the base of the seven-foot monument of MacArthur, who, on Jan.
He deals with the two most controversial Korean War generals, MacArthur and X Corps Commander Edward M.
Brands gives depth to the tale of MacArthur versus Truman by including the complexities that existed in the Korean conflict and its Cold War context, when a U.S.-led "free world" was engaged in a global struggle against Soviet-led Communism (and especially Soviet interest in Central Europe).
the President: MacArthur and Truman at the Brink of Nuclear War, by H.W.
MacArthur at War is a study of command style as exercised by MacArthur.
Douglas MacArthur is known to history as a great and controversial soldier and general.
The Most Dangerous Man in America: The Making of Douglas MacArthur. By Mark Perry.
Douglas MacArthur and Franklin Roosevelt first met in 1916 when both were involved in planning prewar mobilization for the Woodrow Wilson administration.
I'm trying to remember if I learned about General Douglas MacArthur at all in school.