This person was the third child and fought the doctors to keep his leg intact, then went on to college at West Point Military Academy.
This person was at Camp Meade in 1919, studied the use of tanks during war, and was a General during major battles of World War II, including the Battle of the Bulge and the liberation of France.
This person defended himself against charges of theft, but no proof was ever found. He ran against John F. Kennedy in 1960.
John Foster Dulles
This person was part of an American delegation to the Versailles Peace Conference and was the Secretary of State until his death in March 1959.
This person moved to the Panama Canal Zone and helped a friend overcome the death of his son.
This person laid blame on...
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