BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades! by Mustang
At the end of World War II, Harry S. Truman was looking for ways to switch the United States from its war-time economy to one better suited to a society that wanted —and needed peace. Unhappily, the President’s cost-cutting measures involved a one-third reduction of the military services: Army, Navy, and Marines. Washington, D. C. was a busy place between 1945-1950:
- World War II veterans were expeditiously discharged
- The Department of War was transformed into ...