In this letter MacArthur defends his recent actions in Korea and warns Americans against blindly accepting propaganda and reports from the sensationalist press. MacArthur wrote this before President Truman removed him from his position.
In the letter DeWitt gives details about the death of Julius Frank Hardeman, the son of Mrs. Neigels. He also encloses a photograph of the patch Hardeman wore. DeWitt and Hardeman had served together in the U.S. Army in Korea. A transcript of the...
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