Harry Truman (May 8, 1884 – December 26, 1972) was the the thirty-third President of the United States. At first, Truman was the vice president when Franklin D. Roosevelt was the thirth-second President. As a vice president, Truman was the one who decided to use the atomic bombs to stop the war. After FDR dies, he took up the office. At that time, Cold War was happening. Truman needed to face the tension between US and USSR. At that time, some people thought he was the one who caused troubles and doesn’t want to elect him for the second term presidency. However, he went over the country to listen to what people need and finally he won his second term presidency.
During the Cold War period, USSR was spreading the idea of communism. USSR tried to make the East European countries to take communist policy so USSR used different ways to against US. However, Truman also planned many policies to fight against the communism. For the Berlin Blockade, USSR blocked all the ways to East Berlin. People in East Berlin could not get food for many days. Then, Truman planned the Berlin Airlift to use planes to fly over East Berlin and dropped food and aids to the people who lived in East Berlin.
Finishing the two terms of presidency, Truman had his private life. He had done many politicial addresses during his post-presidency. However, after an accident in 1964 his bathroom limited his daily life activities. Suffering in pneumonia, it developed to failure of other organs and finally Truman was died on December 6th 1972.
Doris Mary Ann von Kappelhoff (born on April 3, 1924) is known as Doris Day. She was very popular during 1950s to 1960s. She was a singer, actress and also animal welfare avocate. She had acted in many famous films that crowned her the most prolific actresses of the 1950s and 1960s.
Doris Day was the famous actress in the 1950s to 1960s. At first, she was a radio performer and she became very popular then leads her to her acting career. Her talent...