What did Harry Truman Present and Sign for Special Presentation for Christmas in 1945? On December 25, 1945, The President of The United States, Harry S. Truman, presented his acting Press Secretary - The Hon. E. A. Ayers, a Special Christmas Present. Truman penned his name to an Important World War II Document. Further, the President thoughtfully made a Very Special Inscription........" This was a Happy Birthday for me. I hope this will be a Happy Christmas for you – 12/25/45......... Harry S. Truman."
- HARRY TRUMAN PRESENTED THIS SPECIAL WORLD WAR 11 PROCLAMATION TO A DEAR FRIEND - CALLING UPON THE EVIL EMPIRE OF JAPAN TO SURRENDER - AS HAD GERMANY - ON MAY8,1945
This Important World War II Proclamation called upon Americans to devote a Day of Prayer as a result of the Surrender of Germany - and that the Special Day of Prayer will be May 13, 1945. In the Proclamation, the President points out that the Western World has been Freed of the Evil Forces which for 5 years or longer Imprisoned the Bodies and have Broken the Lives of Millions and Millions of Freeborn People. In the Proclamation, the President points out that the Enemy had Violated Churches, Destroyed the homes, Corrupted the Children, and Murdered their loved ones.
IMPORTANT WORLD WAR 11 PROCLAMATION - WITH INSCRIPTION FROM HARRY S. TRUMAN - FOR SPECIAL PRESENTATION ON CHRISTMAS 1945
In the Proclamation, President Truman goes on to say that the Army of Liberation Finally Restored Freedom to Suffering People, whose Spirit and Will the Oppressors could never Enslave. Then the President directs his attention to what now must be Won in the East – Victory over the Empire of Japan. He calls on the Whole World to Cleanse Evil from which only half the World had been Freed. By August of 1945 – Final Victory over the Japanese Empire had at last been achieved.
HISTORIAN & COLLECTOR - RALEIGH DEGEER AMYX 2009
This Important World War II Proclamation is now in the Collection of Raleigh DeGeer Amyx, also known as The American Heritage Collection. As of this date, only Two other Proclamations are known to exist - where the President of The United States took time to Author Special Notations - such as the above, before Presenting them to Special Friends for Christmas in 1945.