Gen. Douglas MacArthur

Leaning against a bridge wall with a cup of coffee in his hand, Gen. Douglas MacArthur, then Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, rests with his troops during a lull in battle with bonus payment-seeking World War I veterans in 1932. MacArthur was leading the drive to clear the veterans from their camp sites in Washington, D.C., where they settled during the two-month long march made on the Capital to demand action by Congress.
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