General Douglas Macarthur: A True Hero

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General Douglas Macarthur is remembered by many as a hero of World War II, The de-facto leader of post-war Japan, and as a controversial figure of the Korean war. Throughout these roles, Macarthur was able to strategically display his intellect and charisma. Yet Macarthur was not always the overachieving hero of America. Early in his career from 1914-1941, he served in multiple administrative and managerial operations which seem to contradict the generals flamboyant career. For over two decades Douglas Macarthur’s tactics differentiated himself from those who fought alongside him. He stood for values and perspective that were contrary to the American standpoint on normalcy. Douglas Macarthur was born in Camp Joseph Robinson on January 20,
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