Featured is one of the more Important Documents of World War II. It is Notably Signed and Historically Inscribed by the President. Harry Truman Thoughtfully took time to make a Special Christmas Present, on December 25, 1945, to his Acting Press Secretary, the Honorable E.A. Ayers. Further, the President Thoughtfully personalized the Special Inscription in a special way...
AN HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT WORLD WAR II PROCLAMATION
A VIVID CLOSE-UP OF THE RARE INSCRIPTION AS AUTHORED BY PRESIDENT HARRY S. TRUMAN
"This Was A Happy Birthday For Me. I Hope This Will Be
A Happy Christmas For You – 12/25/45".
This Important Proclamation Called Upon Americans to Devote a Day of Prayer as a Result of the Surrender of Germany and - That This Special Prayer Day will be Sunday - May 13, 1945.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES - IN A MOMENT OF CONTEMPLATIVE REFLECTION
In the Proclamation, The President Points Out that the Western World had Been Freed of the Evil Forces which for 5 years or Longer Imprisoned the Bodies and had Broken the Lives of Millions of Millions of Free-Born People. In The Proclamation, The President Points Out, that the Enemy had Violated the Churches, Destroyed the Homes, Corrupted the Children, and Murdered their Loved Ones.
THE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL EISENHOWER ON A PLEASANT DAY SADLY THESE TWO GREAT MEN DID NOT RETAIN THEIR CORDIAL RELATIONSHIP FOR LONG
Truman goes on to Say that the Army of Liberation Finally Restored Freedom to Suffering Peoples, Whose Spirit and Will the Oppressors Could Never Enslave.
Then The President Directs his Attention to what must Now be Won in the East – Victory over the Japanese Empire.
Truman Calls on the Whole World to Cleanse The Evil from Which Only Half The World had been Freed. By August of 1945 - Final Victory over the Japanese Empire had Finally Been Achieved.
THE PRESIDENT FINALLY ENJOYS A MOMENT OF HAPPINESS AND LEISURE - THIS PHOTO WAS SNAPPED OF HARRY S. TRUMAN ABOARD THE U.S.S. WILLIAMSBURG EN-ROUTE TO KEY WEST
For The past 25 years this Magnificent piece has been in The Collection of Raleigh DeGeer Amyx (a.k.a.) The American Heritage Collection. In the not too distant future this Important World War II Document may be shared with another noted collector. It is important to history that it be forever preserved.
HISTORIAN & COLLECTOR - RALEIGH DEGEER AMYX - AT THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 2009