Harry S. Truman
The 33rd President
Accomplishments before becoming the President
Truman was born on 5/8/84 and never went to college when he grew up. Harry had many jobs, but in the end went to farming and joined the national guard. He joined the fight in World War l and became the captain in the Field Artillery. He came back and turned active in the Democratic party. In 1992, he was given the position of judge in Jackson County Court. He later became a senator in 1934. When World War II started, he headed the Senate war investigating committee, and saving as much as 15 billion dollars when he was at work. In 1994, he became the vice president of Franklin D. Roosevelt.