I know what you all will be thinking that this will be a blog about President Truman, possibly about the order he gave to drop the atomic bombs. Well, you’d be wrong. It is indeed a blog about some explosive events but nothing WWII related. In fact it isn’t about President Truman either.
The subject in this blog is Harry R Truman a resident of the state of Washington who lived near Mount St. Helens.
Truman enlisted in the US Army as a private in August 1917. and served in France during World War I.
On 24 January 1918, the SS Tuscania departed Hoboken, New Jersey, with 384 crew members and 2,013 United States Army personnel aboard, Harry R Truman was one of the 2,013. The destination was Liverpool in England.
On the morning of February 5th, 1918, the SS Tuscania was sighted by the German submarine UB 77.During that…
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