The Harry S. Truman Presidency

Answer these questions about Harry S. Truman and his presidency.
Some of these questions may involve the positions he occupied before his presidency
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Last updated: September 19, 2019
First submittedSeptember 14, 2019
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What party did Truman represent in his 8 year presidency?
Democratic Party
Before becoming president, Truman was a senator for which state? (Hint: It's also the name of the longest tributary or the Mississippi River.)
For whom was Truman vice president?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Which position was occupied by George Marshall in the Truman administration?(Hint: He occupied this position from 1947 to 1949 and came up with the Marshall Plan.)
Secretary of State
What was the name of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima on the 6th of August 1945?
Little Boy
What was the name of the plane that dropped this bomb?
Enola Gay
In 1949, what Treaty Organization did Truman and 12 other countries create?
What famous American political victory started in 1948 after the Soviet blockade of Berlin?
Berlin Airlift
After Truman's unexpected victory in the 1948 presidential election, the Tribune from which city posted an erroneous headline titled 'Dewey Defeats Truman'?
Which newly-formed Jewish state was recognized as a nation in 1948?
From 1950 to 1953, what war did Truman oversee?
Korean War
At the beginning of the Korean War, which American general wished to use the atomic bomb against Chinese reinforcements, leading to his dismissal ?
Douglas MacArthur
The civil war in which Balkan country is considered to be the first proxy conflit of the Cold War?
Which Asian country was under American control until the 1951 Treaty of San Francisco?
Which modern day counterintelligence agency was formed in 1952?
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