Harry Truman and World War I
The Kansas City Public Library co-hosted this event with the Truman Library Institute and the National World War I Museum.
D.M. (Dennis) Giangreco talked about his book, The Soldier from Independence: A Military History of Harry Truman, in which he explores the story of Harry Truman’s role as a field artillery battery commander in World War I.
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