The presidency of Harry S. Truman began on April 12, 1945, when Harry S. Truman became the 33rd president upon the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt, and ended on January 20, 1953.

1945

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

1946

1947

1948

January

February

June

November

1949

January

February

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

1950

1951

January

February

March

April

August

November

1952 – January 1953

1953

See also

References

  1. ^ "Truman Sworn In, Pledges War Success". Chicago Tribune. April 13, 1945.
  2. ^ "Labor Groups Pledge to Back New President". Chicago Tribune. April 14, 1945.
  3. ^ "Truman to Hold First Press Meeting Tuesday". Chicago Tribune. April 15, 1945.
  4. ^ "F.D.R. Buried At Hyde Park". Chicago Tribune. April 16, 1945.
  5. ^ Trohan, Walter (April 17, 1945). "Truman Vows War To Finish, Strong Peace". Chicago Tribune.
  6. ^ "Truman Tells Yanks: We Will Never Falter". Chicago Tribune. April 18, 1945.
  7. ^ Address Broadcast to the United Forces (April 17, 1945)
  8. ^ "Wallace Given Rule of Surplus Consumer Items". Chicago Tribune. April 19, 1945.
  9. ^ "Truman Proclaims May 13 as Nation's Mother's Day". Chicago Tribune.
  10. ^ 8. The President's News Conference (April 20, 1945)
  11. ^ 9. Joint Statement With Allied Leaders Warning Against Mistreatment of Prisoners in Germany (April 23, 1945)
  12. ^ "Keep Truman's Moves Secret, Press is Urged". April 27, 1945.
  13. ^ "Truman and Stalin Hail Link of Two Armies at Elbe River". April 28, 1945.
  14. ^ The President's News Conference (April 27, 1945)
  15. ^ The President's News Conference on the Rumor of German Surrender (April 28, 1945)
  16. ^ 17. Statement by the President Commending the Office of Price Administration (May 1, 1945)
  17. ^ Trohan, Walter (May 3, 1945). "Truman asks 7 Billion Cut In War Budget". Chicago Tribune.
  18. ^ 22. The President's News Conference (May 2, 1945)
  19. ^ 23. Veto of Bill Providing for the Deferment of Additional Agricultural Workers (May 3, 1945)
  20. ^ "Truman-Osena Weigh Freedom In Philippines". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. May 4, 1945.
  21. ^ Reich Virtually Conquered (May 4, 1945)
  22. ^ 24. Statement by the President Concerning Philippine Independence (May 5, 1945)
  23. ^ 25. Statement by the President on the Timing of the Announcement of the German Surrender (May 7, 1945)
  24. ^ Hearst, Joseph (May 10, 1945). "First 45,000 To Return By End of Month". Chicago Tribune.
  25. ^ "U.S. Asks Party Trials In Hunt From War Guilty". Chicago Tribune. May 11, 1945.
  26. ^ General Eisenhower Represents U.S. On Control Board (May 11, 1945)
  27. ^ "Mother Visits Truman; Goes by Air at 92". Chicago Tribune. May 12, 1945.
  28. ^ "Truman Threat Omits Hirohito, Journal Notes". Chicago Tribune. May 13, 1945.
  29. ^ "Truman Leads US In Prayer of Thanksgiving". Chicago Tribune. May 13, 1945.
  30. ^ "Truman and Eden Confer". Chicago Tribune. May 15, 1945.
  31. ^ Hearst, Joseph (May 16, 1945). "Truman Calls for Free Press in Germany". Chicago Tribune.
  32. ^ "Truman Names Turner to Be Full Admiral". Chicago Tribune. May 16, 1945.
  33. ^ "Ickes Asks U.S. To Pay Upkeep Of F.D.R. Home". Chicago Tribune. May 16, 1945.
  34. ^ 34. Remarks Before the Congress on Presenting the Medal of Honor to Sergeant Jake W. Lindsey (May 21, 1945)
  35. ^ 41. Special Message to the Congress on the Organization of the Executive Branch (May 24, 1945)
  36. ^ 40. The President's News Conference (May 23, 1945)
  37. ^ "Davies Winds Up London Parley; Sees Red Envoy". Chicago Tribune. May 31, 1945.
  38. ^ Trohan, Walter (June 1, 1945). "Quit or Face Germany's Fate, Truman Warns Japanese". Chicago Tribune.
  39. ^ 44. The President's News Conference (June 1, 1945)
  40. ^ "Big Five Clash Over Stalin's 'Sacred' Veto". Chicago Tribune. June 3, 1945.
  41. ^ 49. Statement by the President on the Continued Need for Food (June 2, 1945)
  42. ^ "Truman Wants 2 Billion More For Lend-Lease". Chicago Tribune. June 5, 1945.
  43. ^ "Truman Orders OCD Abolished At End of June". Chicago Tribune. June 6, 1945.
  44. ^ "Truman Reprieve Doesn't Faze Him". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. June 7, 1945.
  45. ^ 52. The President's News Conference (June 7, 1945)
  46. ^ 54. Statement by the President on the Transportation Problem (June 7, 1945)
  47. ^ 62. Statement by the President on Driving Safety (June 18, 1945)
  48. ^ 63. Special Message to the Congress on the Succession to the Presidency (June 19, 1945)
  49. ^ 64. The President's News Conference at Olympia, Washington (June 21, 1945)
  50. ^ 65. Statement by the President Upon Signing Bill Continuing Certain Subsidy Payments (June 23, 1945)
  51. ^ 67. The President's News Conference at Independence, Missouri (June 27, 1945)
  52. ^ "Truman's Plan For Successor Voted In House". Chicago Tribune. June 30, 1945.
  53. ^ "Report Truman Pledges Reich Coal To France". Chicago Tribune. June 30, 1945.
  54. ^ Hearst, Joseph (July 1, 1945). "Truman Names Him For State Secretary Job". Chicago Tribune.
  55. ^ "4 New Cabinet Officers Take Oath in Capital". Chicago Tribune. June 30, 1945.
  56. ^ "Truman To Ask Senate Ratify Charter Today". Chicago Tribune. July 2, 1945.
  57. ^ "Germany Cut Into Programs, Is Goal of US". Chicago Tribune. July 2, 1945.
  58. ^ "Senate Wastes No Time Giving OK To Byrnes". Chicago Tribune. July 3, 1945.
  59. ^ "Truman Urges U.S. To Honor Liberty Creed". Chicago Tribune.
  60. ^ "Top Navy Chiefs Hold War Talks With Forrestal". Chicago Tribune.
  61. ^ "Pacific Battle Shifts Heavy, Says Patterson". Chicago Tribune. July 6, 1945.
  62. ^ "Cordell Hull Released from Naval Hospital". Chicago Tribune. July 7, 1945.
  63. ^ "42. U.S. Divisions In Europe To Be Back This Year". Chicago Tribune. July 8, 1945.
  64. ^ "Navy Casualty List Names 42 In Chicago Area". Chicago Tribune. July 8, 1945.
  65. ^ "'Surrender Now!'". Chicago Tribune. July 10, 1945.
  66. ^ "Liberated List Includes 3 Men From City, Area". Chicago Tribune. July 11, 1945.
  67. ^ "Navy, Marine Airmen Knock Out 17,000 Japs". Chicago Tribune.
  68. ^ "Notables Urge Truman Not to 'Appease' Reds". Chicago Tribune. July 19, 1945.
  69. ^ "Scarce U.S. Coal Going to Europe". Chicago Tribune. July 20, 1945.
  70. ^ "Big 3 Speedup Aim of Truman, And Churchill". Chicago Tribune. July 22, 1945.
  71. ^ Moore, William. "Langer Teams with Shipstead In Opposing It". Chicago Tribune.
  72. ^ 91. Joint Report With Allied Leaders on the Potsdam Conference (August 2, 1945)
  73. ^ 92. Veto of Bill Conveying Certain Property to Norwich University (August 4, 1945)
  74. ^ 97. Radio Report to the American People on the Potsdam Conference (August 9, 1945)
  75. ^ 100. The President's News Conference (August 14, 1945)
  76. ^ "Truman Eases Wage Freeze; Asks Labor Aid". Chicago Tribune. August 17, 1945.
  77. ^ "Truman Agrees On Plan To End Lend Lease Soon". Chicago Tribune. August 18, 1945.
  78. ^ 107. The President's News Conference (August 23, 1945)
  79. ^ 108. Memorandum Concerning Veteran Preference in Federal Agencies (August 24, 1945)
  80. ^ 111. Statement by the President on the 25th Anniversary of the Women's Suffrage Amendment (August 25, 1945)
  81. ^ Moore, William (September 2, 1945). "Triump of Liberty, Over Tyranny, Says Truman". Chicago Tribune.
  82. ^ "U.S. Will Strip Japs of Desire For Wars: Byrnes". Chicago Tribune. September 2, 1945.
  83. ^ "Plans Release Of 865,000 In Navy By Jan. 1". Chicago Tribune. September 2, 1945.
  84. ^ "Expects A Long Stay For Allies On German Soil". Chicago Tribune. September 2, 1945.
  85. ^ 127. The President's News Conference (September 5, 1945)
  86. ^ 132. The President's News Conference (September 12, 1945)
  87. ^ 133. Message to General Pershing on His 85th Birthday (September 13, 1945)
  88. ^ 138. Statement by the President Concerning Demobilization of the Armed Forces (September 19, 1945)
  89. ^ 139. Letter Accepting Resignation of Henry L. Stimson as Secretary of War (September 20, 1945)
  90. ^ "Truman Sees Burton Take Seat on High Court Bench". Chicago Tribune. October 2, 1945.
  91. ^ "U.S. Proposes Arbitration In Oil Pay Strike". Chicago Tribune. October 2, 1945.
  92. ^ "Truman 'Finish Job' Plea Opens War Fund Drive". Chicago Tribune. October 3, 1945.
  93. ^ "Reports Marshal Zhukov III; Postpones Trip to U.S." Chicago Tribune. October 3, 1945.
  94. ^ "Approves Special Gold Medal for Gen. Marshall". Chicago Tribune. October 3, 1945.
  95. ^ Trohan, Walter (October 3, 1945). "Truman Plans World Parley on Atom Use". Chicago Tribune.
  96. ^ Dodd, Phillip. "Truman Urges Quick Passage Of Seaway Bill". Chicago Tribune.
  97. ^ "Truman Gets Attlee Reply on Palestine". Chicago Tribune. October 4, 1945.
  98. ^ "Vote Tax Cut of 5 Billon". Chicago Tribune. October 12, 1945.
  99. ^ "Most of UNRRA Funds Used Up, President Says". Chicago Tribune. October 12, 1945.
  100. ^ "Truman Asks Cabinet Aid in Reconversion". Chicago Tribune. October 13, 1945.
  101. ^ "Pearl Harbor Truth Will Be Bared: Short". Chicago Tribune. October 13, 1945.
  102. ^ "Medal Awarded". Chicago Tribune. October 13, 1945.
  103. ^ "Two Thirds Lack Enough to Eat, Says Anderson". Chicago Tribune. October 14, 1945.
  104. ^ 170. Statement by the President Following the Visit of President Rios of Chile (October 16, 1945)
  105. ^ 172. The President's News Conference (October 18, 1945)
  106. ^ 177. Address in New York City at the Commissioning of the U.S.S. Franklin D. Roosevelt (October 27, 1945)
  107. ^ 180. Radio Address to the American People on Wages and Prices in the Reconversion Period (October 30, 1945)
  108. ^ 181. The President's News Conference (October 31, 1945)
  109. ^ 182. Statement by the President on Announcing the Mission to Japan of Ambassador Edwin W. Pauley, Personal Representative of the President on Reparations Matters (November 1, 1945)
  110. ^ 184. Address at the Opening Session of the Labor- Management Conference (November 5, 1945)
  111. ^ "Truman, Attlee To Discuss Atom Policy Sunday". Chicago Tribune. November 8, 1945.
  112. ^ "House Hearings On Peace Draft Stop Abruptly". Chicago Tribune. November 9, 1945.
  113. ^ "Truman Signs Bill Slashing Income Taxes". Chicago Tribune.
  114. ^ 186. Special Message to the Congress on U.S. Participation in the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (November 13, 1945)
  115. ^ 191. The President's News Conference Following the Signing of a Joint Declaration on Atomic Energy (November 15, 1945)
  116. ^ The President's News Conference (November 20, 1945)
  117. ^ Letter Transmitting Report on the Occupation of Germany to the Secretaries of State, War, and Navy (November 28, 1945)
  118. ^ The President's News Conference (November 29, 1945)
  119. ^ Edwards, Willard (December 3, 1945). "U.S. Is Radioing Swing to World At $82,000 A Day". Chicago Tribune.
  120. ^ "U.S. TO Destroy 8 More German War Factories". Chicago Tribune. December 4, 1945.
  121. ^ "Role in World Police Force Is Part of Bill". Chicago Tribune. December 5, 1945.
  122. ^ "Truman's Bill To Curb Strikes Sent to House". Chicago Tribune. December 6, 1945.
  123. ^ 207. Statement by the President Upon Signing the Government Corporation Control Act (December 6, 1945)
  124. ^ 208. The President's News Conference (December 7, 1945)
  125. ^ 209. Joint Statement With the Prime Ministers of Great Britain and Canada Concerning Removal of Wartime Trade Controls (December 10, 1945)
  126. ^ 211. The President's News Conference (December 12, 1945)
  127. ^ 216. Statement by the President: United States Policy Toward China (December 15, 1945)
  128. ^ 217. Veto of Bill Raising the Rank of Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs of Naval Bureaus (December 17, 1945)
  129. ^ "Measure Wins Despite Some Grim Warnings". Chicago Tribune. December 19, 1945.
  130. ^ 218. Special Message to the Congress Recommending the Establishment of a Department of National Defense (December 19, 1945)
  131. ^ "Truman Wants Employers To Show Records". Chicago Tribune. December 21, 1945.
  132. ^ Trohan, Walter (December 23, 1945). "Truman Opens US Gates To War Refugees". Chicago Tribune.
  133. ^ 226. Memorandum of Disapproval of Bill Reducing Certain Appropriations and Contract Authorizations for Fiscal Year 1946 (December 23, 1945)
  134. ^ "Truman Plans State of Union Address Soon". Chicago Tribune. December 27, 1945.
  135. ^ "Truman To Take Plane Back To Capital Today". Chicago Tribune. December 28, 1945.
  136. ^ Burd, Laurence (December 29, 1945). "Truman Is Off Again, This Time On A Yacht Trip". Chicago Tribune.
  137. ^ "Byrnes Rushes To See Truman On Soviet Pact". Chicago Tribune. December 30, 1945.
  138. ^ "Patterson Rules Out M'Arthur As Maker of Policy". Chicago Tribune. January 2, 1946.
  139. ^ Henning, Arthur Sears (January 3, 1946). "Truman Speaks in Defense of Polices Tonight". Chicago Tribune.
  140. ^ Sears Henning, Arthur (January 3, 1946). "Tell Congress To Pass Bills, People Urged". Chicago Tribune.
  141. ^ Foust, Hal (January 5, 1946). "Demands Trial of All German Staff Officers". Chicago Tribune.
  142. ^ Tanks to Keep Germans in Line (January 5, 1946)
  143. ^ Prices Rising, Workers Get Less (January 6, 1946)
  144. ^ 6. The President's News Conference (January 8, 1946)
  145. ^ 8. Statement by the President on Demobilization (January 8, 1946)
  146. ^ British Loan Plan Renewed By Truman (March 4, 1946)
  147. ^ Approval of Strike Bill is Refused (March 4, 1946)
  148. ^ Streamlined Congress Is Advocated (March 4, 1946)
  149. ^ Chinese Reject Russian Plan For Manchuria (March 5, 1946)
  150. ^ Franco Hits Quit 'Order' (March 5, 1946)
  151. ^ Hoover Accepts Bid of Truman to Survey Food Needs in Europe (March 5, 1946)
  152. ^ Senate Group Quickly Approves J. A. Krug (March 5, 1946)
  153. ^ GOP Drafts Housing Plan (March 5, 1946)
  154. ^ "President Sees Greatest Age For Nation Now". Sarasota Herald-Tribune.
  155. ^ "Truman Wants Envoy To Pope As Treaty Aid". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. June 14, 1946.
  156. ^ "Truman Vetoes Legislation for Navy Promotion". Sarasota Herald-Tribune.
  157. ^ a b c d "WGBH American Experience. Truman". American Experience. PBS. Retrieved 2017-02-14.
  158. ^ "1946 Timeline". WW2DB. Retrieved 2011-02-09.
  159. ^ Lewis Turns Down Coal Wage Plan (November 15, 1946)
  160. ^ Both Parties Back Truman In Coal Fight (November 30, 1946)
  161. ^ Millions For Occupations (November 30, 1946)
  162. ^ a b c "Presidential Key Events". Miller Center. Retrieved 2017-02-14.
  163. ^ Income Tax Reduction Urged by Citizens' Unit In Report to Knutson (November 4, 1947)
  164. ^ U.S. Delays Farm Co-op Tax Plan (November 4, 1947)
  165. ^ "France Signs Treaty Giving Aid Conditions". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. January 2, 1948.
  166. ^ "Anti-Inflation Machinery Set Up By Truman". January 4, 1948.
  167. ^ "Cabinet Called For Meet Today". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. January 6, 1948.
  168. ^ "Truman Asks Income Tax Cut Now". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. January 7, 1948.
  169. ^ "Marshall Says Reds' Bloc Will 'Sabotage' His Aid Plan". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. January 8, 1948.
  170. ^ U.S. Transfers Subs to Turkey (January 9, 1948)
  171. ^ FBI Reports 11 Resign Places (January 12, 1948)
  172. ^ Congress Is Given Record Budget (January 12, 1948)
  173. ^ Truman to Ask For Oil Saving (January 15, 1948)
  174. ^ Truman Hits Kuter Action (January 16, 1948)
  175. ^ Vanderberg Urges Watch (January 16, 1948)
  176. ^ Snyder Hits Truman Veto Of Tax Slash (January 16, 1948)
  177. ^ Power Extension Urged by Krug (January 16, 1948)
  178. ^ Truman Asks Extension of Highway Aid (February 9, 1948)
  179. ^ Truman Plans 5-Day Tour in Caribbean (February 9, 1948)
  180. ^ House Group Rejects USES Transfer Plan (February 9, 1948)
  181. ^ Truman Joins Officials In Prayer Service (January 3, 1949)
  182. ^ GOP 'Old Guard' Crushes Rebellion (January 3, 1949)
  183. ^ Rayburn Sees Truman Path Made Easier (January 4, 1949)
  184. ^ President Proposes Legislation to Carry Out Campaign Pledges (January 5, 1949)
  185. ^ Marshall Quits as Secretary of State (January 7, 1949)
  186. ^ 'Two Package' Labor Programs Favored by Five Senators (January 8, 1949)
  187. ^ Army Cancels Draft Calls For 2 Months (January 9, 1949)
  188. ^ Vast Debt Boost Seen (January 9, 1949)
  189. ^ Symington Again Uses Preparation (January 9, 1949)
  190. ^ Arms Aid Goes To Pact Group (January 14, 1949)
  191. ^ Acheson Given Okay In Senate Committee Meeting Today (January 14, 1949)
  192. ^ Phone Monopoly Faces 2 Firms (January 14, 1949)
  193. ^ Donaldson Nomination Is Sent to Senate (February 1, 1949)
  194. ^ U.S. Labor Mediation Service Hit (February 1, 1949)
  195. ^ U.S. Stands By Western Associates (February 3, 1949)
  196. ^ Jap Hopes Truman Will Visit Stalin (February 3, 1949)
  197. ^ "Davis Offers Strike Views". Reading Eagle. February 7, 1949.
  198. ^ "Rent Boosts Seen Without Control Law". Reading Eagle. February 7, 1949.
  199. ^ Hungary Asks Recall of U.S. Envoy; Truman and Acheson Assailed (February 12, 1949)
  200. ^ North American Defense Discussed (February 12, 1949)
  201. ^ B-36 Called 'Perfect Vehicle' To Deliver A-Bombs Everywhere (February 12, 1949)
  202. ^ Salary Boost Is Asked For Military (February 21, 1949)
  203. ^ Report Urges Changes In State Dept. (February 21, 1949)
  204. ^ U.S. to Pledge To Resist Aggression (February 21, 1949)
  205. ^ Higher Job Roster Seen (April 1, 1949)
  206. ^ U.S. Reassurances Reds Alliance Is Defensive (April 1, 1949)
  207. ^ Royall Meets Truman; Silent on Resignation (April 1, 1949)
  208. ^ "Tobin Sets $1.05 Minimum Pay". Reading Eagle. April 14, 1949.
  209. ^ "Foreign Aid Bill Passed". Reading Eagle. April 14, 1949.
  210. ^ Truman May Forego Rest (June 2, 1949)
  211. ^ UN Proposes Help For 'Poor' Countries (June 2, 1949)
  212. ^ Isotopes Sent To Norway, Senator Charges In Probe (June 8, 1949)
  213. ^ Acheson Demands Deadline On Full Blockade Lifting (June 8, 1949)
  214. ^ Taft Says Demos Playing Politics (June 8, 1949)
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  216. ^ McCarthy Says Truman's Remark Endorses All General's Deals (September 1, 1949)
  217. ^ Truman Sees War Of Nerves Slackening (September 1, 1949)
  218. ^ Maneuvers Set in Arctic (September 1, 1949)
  219. ^ Truman Seen Signing Bill (September 2, 1949)
  220. ^ Reputed Slot King May Face Quiz (September 2, 1949)
  221. ^ Tariff Cut Fight Looms (September 2, 1949)
  222. ^ Johnson Plane Order Flayed by Senator (September 3, 1949)
  223. ^ Senate Faces Trade Fight (September 4, 1949)
  224. ^ New Money Plan Framed by British (September 6, 1949)
  225. ^ MacArthur Replies To Huber Report (September 6, 1949)
  226. ^ Truman's Plans for '50 Outlined by Advisors (September 6, 1949)
  227. ^ President Previews '50 Program (December 22, 1949)
  228. ^ Export Rules Tightened (December 22, 1949)
  229. ^ Bold Action Suggested To Oppose Red Invasion Plan (January 1, 1950)
  230. ^ President Spends First Day of Year in Church (January 1, 1950)
  231. ^ Early Approval of Gigantic Money Measures Seen in Senate (January 1, 1950)
  232. ^ Truman To Ask Mine Seizure in Message To Congress Late Today (March 3, 1950)
  233. ^ Senate Group Defers Action on Seizure Bill (March 3, 1950)
  234. ^ Permanent Armory Scheduled For Reading in Reserve Plan (March 3, 1950)
  235. ^ U.S. Building Defenses, Bradley Says (March 8, 1950)
  236. ^ State Dept. Aide Named In 'Spy' Probe (March 8, 1950)
  237. ^ House Seeks Compromise Controls Bill (August 8, 1950)
  238. ^ Truman Drafts Capitol Message (August 8, 1950)
  239. ^ General Manager Of AEC Resigns (August 8, 1950)
  240. ^ Every U.S. Red Potential Spy, FBI Chief Says (August 8, 1950)
  241. ^ Truman Signs Anti-Slot Bill (January 2, 1951)
  242. ^ Great "Home Front" Powers Given To Gov't (January 2, 1951)
  243. ^ Truman Feels Price Controls Not Yet Needed (January 4, 1951)
  244. ^ Congress Will Be Asked To Extend Time For Draftees (January 4, 1951)
  245. ^ Eisenhower Leaves U.S. To Shore Up Europe's Might (January 7, 1951)
  246. ^ More Senators Are Demanding Real Controls (January 7, 1951)
  247. ^ Truman, Harry S. (January 8, 1951). "4 – Annual Message to the Congress on the State of the Union".
  248. ^ McCarthy Asks How Pearson Gets Secrets (January 9, 1951)
  249. ^ Truman, Harry S. (January 10, 1951). "6 – Remarks at the Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award Ceremonies". American Presidency Project.
  250. ^ Truman, Harry S. (January 11, 1951). "8 – Remarks at a Buffet Supper for Democratic Members of Congress". American Presidency Project.
  251. ^ U.S. Rejection Of Commonwealth Korean Plan Seen (January 11, 1951)
  252. ^ Six-To-One Ratio For West Europe Defense Proposed (January 11, 1951)
  253. ^ Taft Declares Bi-partisan Foreign Policy Is At End (January 12, 1951)
  254. ^ Manpower Goal For Armed Forces Is Boasted 260,000 (January 12, 1951)
  255. ^ Truman, Harry S. (January 12, 1950). "10 – Statement by the President Upon Signing the Federal Civil Defense Act of 1950". American Presidency Project.
  256. ^ Truman, Harry S. (January 12, 1951). "11 – Annual Message to the Congress: The President's Economic Report".
  257. ^ Envoy To Israel Resigns Post (January 15, 1951)
  258. ^ Budget Provides Flood Control (January 15, 1951)
  259. ^ "Inflationary" Housing Plans Are Hit By GOP (January 17, 1951)
  260. ^ Morse Backing Pentagon Plan To Draft Boys (January 17, 1951)
  261. ^ U.S. Demands Naming China As Aggressor (January 21, 1951)
  262. ^ Time For West To Put Up or Shut Up, View (January 21, 1951)
  263. ^ Bradley Says U.S. Trying To Avert Disaster (January 22, 1951)
  264. ^ McMahon States U.S. Losing War For Men's Minds (January 22, 1951)
  265. ^ Truman, Harry S. (January 23, 1951). "Executive Order 10207—Establishing the President's Commission on Internal Security and Individual Rights". American Presidency Project.
  266. ^ Truman, Harry S. (January 24, 1951). "21 – Remarks at a Dinner in Honor of Joshua Evans". American Presidency Project.
  267. ^ Truman, Harry S. (January 25, 1951). "22 – The President's News Conference". American Presidency Project.
  268. ^ Truman, Harry S. (January 25, 1951). "Executive Order 10208—Providing for the Administration of the Yugoslav Emergency Relief Assistance Act of 1950". American Presidency Project.
  269. ^ Truman, Harry S. "23 – Memorandum Urging Agency Cooperation in Enforcing Price and Wage Stabilization Orders". American Presidency Project.
  270. ^ Truman, Harry S. "24 – Remarks at a Special Ceremony for Sam Rayburn".
  271. ^ Truman, Harry S. (January 30, 1951). "25 – Joint Statement Following Discussions With Prime Minister Pleven of France". American Presidency Project.
  272. ^ Truman, Harry S. (January 31, 1951). "26 – Letter to the Director, Bureau of the Budget, on the Establishment of a Federal History Program". American Presidency Project.
  273. ^ Truman, Harry S. "27 – Remarks at the Democratic National Congressional Committee Dinner". American Presidency Project.
  274. ^ Truman, Harry S. (February 27, 1951). "45 – Special Message to the Congress on Increasing the Postal Rates". American Presidency Project.
  275. ^ Truman, Harry S. (February 27, 1951). "46 – Remarks to a Group From the 82d Airborne Division". American Presidency Project.
  276. ^ Truman, Harry S. (February 27, 1951). "47 – Radio and Television Remarks Opening the Red Cross Campaign". American Presidency Project.
  277. ^ Truman, Harry S. "48 – Statement by the President on the 39th Anniversary of the Founding of the Girl Scouts". American Presidency Project.
  278. ^ Six Americans Divisions To Europe By 1952 (March 1, 1951)
  279. ^ Kem Demands Abolition Of RFC At Once (March 3, 1951)
  280. ^ U.S. Treasury, Federal Reserve Quit Bickering (March 3, 1951)
  281. ^ U.S. Dares Russia To Arms Census (March 4, 1951)
  282. ^ Proposes Curb on President (March 4, 1951)
  283. ^ No Gulf Sub Guard Ordered (March 5, 1951)
  284. ^ Truman, Harry S. (March 24, 1951). "Executive Order 10227—Extension of the Provisions of Part I of Executive Order No. 10210 of February 2, 1951, to the General Services Administration". American Presidency Project.
  285. ^ Truman, Harry S. (March 26, 1951). "59 – Address Opening the Meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the American Republics". American Presidency Project.
  286. ^ Truman, Harry S. (March 26, 1951). "60 – Statement by the President Upon Signing Bill Extending the Interest-Bearing Life of Matured Savings Bonds". American Presidency Project.
  287. ^ Truman, Harry S. (March 26, 1951). "Executive Order 10228—Designating the Inter-American Defense Board as a Public International Organization Entitled to Enjoy Certain Privileges, Exemptions and Immunities". American Presidency Project.
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  289. ^ Truman, Harry S. (August 1, 1951). "177 – Statement by the President Announcing His Intention To Establish the Defense Materials Procurement Agency". American Presidency Project.
  290. ^ 41,000 Draft Quota Is Set For October (August 1, 1951)
  291. ^ U.S. Reprisals Against Czechs Will Hit Trade (August 1, 1951)
  292. ^ Truman, Harry S. (August 1, 1951). "178 – Remarks to Delegates of Girls Nation". American Presidency Project.
  293. ^ U.S. Explains O'Dwyer Deal For Million (August 3, 1951)
  294. ^ WSB Thaws Wage Freeze (August 3, 1951)
  295. ^ Fastest Planes Go To England (August 3, 1951)
  296. ^ Boyle Says He Won't Quit Democratic Post (August 6, 1951)
  297. ^ Reds Tighten Iron Curtain Around Poland (August 10, 1951)
  298. ^ Senator Names Alleged Reds (August 10, 1951)
  299. ^ Truman Investigating West Point Football (August 10, 1951)
  300. ^ Ike May Get GOP Vote In Minnesota (August 13, 1951)
  301. ^ Senate Leader Plans October 1 Adjournment (August 13, 1951)
  302. ^ Senate Takes Up $7 Billion Tax Bill Boost (August 13, 1951)
  303. ^ Truman, Harry S. (August 20, 1951). "196 – Special Message to the Congress Requesting Additional Funds for the Rehabilitation of the Flood Stricken Areas of the Midwest". American Presidency Project.
  304. ^ Truman, Harry S. (August 20, 1951). "197 – Special Message to the Congress Transmitting Soviet Reply to the Resolution of Friendship Adopted by the U.S. Congress". American Presidency Project.
  305. ^ Truman, Harry S. (August 21, 1951). "198 – Statement by the President Upon Signing Bill Relating to the Tribal Funds of the Ute Indian Tribe". American Presidency Project.
  306. ^ U.S. Spurns Note From Czech Reds (August 24, 1951)
  307. ^ Senator Says Foreign Aid Cut Will Stick (August 24, 1951)
  308. ^ Truman, Harry S. (August 30, 1951). "Executive Order 10283—Creating a Board of Inquiry To Report on Certain Labor Disputes Affecting the Copper and Non-Ferrous Metals Industry". American Presidency Project.
  309. ^ Truman, Harry S. (August 31, 1951). "210 – Remarks at the Presentation of a Floral Replica of a Defense Bond". American Presidency Project.
  310. ^ Truman Seeks U.S. 'Integrity' (November 1, 1951)
  311. ^ Troops Witness Pane Cracking Atomic Blast (November 1, 1951)
  312. ^ Princess Sees Mount Vernon; Leaves Wreath (November 1, 1951)
  313. ^ U.S. Proposes World Wide Army Census (November 5, 1951)
  314. ^ Truman And Ike Discuss Defense, Red Settlement (November 5, 1951)
  315. ^ Senator Declares U.S. Has Reached Tax Limit (November 5, 1951)
  316. ^ Ike Leaves After Talks With Truman (November 6, 1951)
  317. ^ Young, Robert (January 3, 1952). "New Scandal! Fire 53 More Tax Aids". Chicago Tribune.
  318. ^ The President's News Conference (January 3, 1952)
  319. ^ Annual Message to the Congress on the State of the Union (January 9, 1952)
  320. ^ 7. The President's News Conference (January 10, 1952)
  321. ^ 9. Statement by the President on Civil Defense (January 12, 1952)
  322. ^ 10. Message to the Congress Transmitting First Report on Inclusion of Escape Clauses in Trade Agreements (January 14, 1952)
  323. ^ Statement by the President on the 69th Anniversary of the Civil Service System (January 16, 1952)
  324. ^ 15. Annual Message to the Congress: The President's Economic Report (January 16, 1952)
  325. ^ Joint Statement Following Discussions With Prime Minister Churchill Concerning the Atlantic Command (January 18, 1952)
  326. ^ Snyder Takes Up Fight For Tax Reorganization (March 3, 1952)
  327. ^ Supreme Court Okehs Anti-Red Teacher Law (March 3, 1952)
  328. ^ "Solon Says Truman Seeks Re-Election". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. June 1, 1952.
  329. ^ Wage Board Head Quits In Protest To HST Approval (December 4, 1952)
  330. ^ It's Up To Ike Now; No Further Moves On War In Korea Planned (December 4, 1952)