General Macarthur Speeches and Reports 1908-1964

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General Macarthur Speeches and Reports 1908-1964

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Table of Contents

November 1908                                  12 (1)
Excerpts from a lecture presented to the
students of the Mounted Service School,
Fort Riley, Kansas
August 6, 1914 13 (2)
Excerpts from a special report prepared
for inclusion in the Annual Report of the
U.S. Commissioner of Education
June 30, 1920 15 (1)
Excerpts from the Annual Report of the
Superintendent of the U.S. Military
Academy
June 20, 1922 16 (2)
Excerpts from the Annual Report of the
Superintendent of the U.S. Military
Academy
August 22, 1928 18 (2)
Excerpts from a report to President
Coolidge on American participation in the
Ninth Olympic Games held in Amsterdam
January 31, 1931 20 (2)
Message to provide reinforcements for the
International Settlement at Shanghai
May 23, 1931 22 (1)
Radio address from Washington, D.C. on
the occasion of the beginning of the Army
Air Corps Maneuvers
June 2, 1931 22 (2)
Letter to the Editor of "The World
Tomorrow" concerning the results of a
poll of clergymen on the question of the
military obligations of the citizen
June 30, 1931 24 (12)
Excerpts - Annual Report of the Chief of
Staff, United States Army
June 30, 1932 36 (19)
Excerpts - Annual Report of the Chief of
Staff, United States Army
June 30, 1933 55 (17)
Excerpts - Annual Report of the Chief of
Staff, United States Army
January 21, 1934 72 (7)
U.S. House of Representatives Military
Affairs Committee Executive Session
1934 79 (1)
Hearings on the War Department
Appropriations Bill regarding pay and
promotion situation
June 30, 1934 80 (12)
Excerpts - Annual Report of the Chief of
Staff, United States Army
May 1, 1935 92 (1)
Statement before Subcommittee of the
House Military Affairs Committee on its
consideration of a bill to increase the
number of appointments to the U.S.
Military Academy
June 30, 1935 93 (15)
Excerpts - Annual Report of the Chief of
Staff, United States Army
July 14, 1935 108(4)
Veterans of The Rainbow (42nd) Infantry
Division of World War I, Washington, D.C.
April 27, 1935 112(6)
Excerpts from a report on national
defense in the Philippines to the
President of the Philippines
August 3, 1936 118(4)
An address to faculty and student body of
the Command and General Staff School at
Baguio, Philippine Islands
August 24, 1936 122(1)
Accepting the baton of Field Marshall
from President Quezon, Malacanan Palace,
Manila, Philippines
Circa 1936 122(1)
Address to the Philippine Assembly
September 16, 1940 122(1)
Statement on aid to Great Britain in
response to a request from William Allan
White, Chairman of the Committee to
Defend America by Aiding the Allies
December 30, 1941 122(2)
Second Inauguration of President Quezon,
Corregidor
March 17, 1942 124(1)
"I Shall Return" statement, Batchelor
Field (or Alice Springs) Australia, upon
arrival from Corregidor
March 21, 1942 124(1)
Remarks to the Australian Broadcasting
Company upon arrival in Melbourne,
Australia
March 25, 1942 124(2)
Remarks made at a reception for General
MacArthur held by the Prime Minister of
Australia
May 1942 126(1)
Statement issued on the fall of Bataan on
April 10, 1942 and of Corregidor on May
7, 1942
May 8, 1942 126(1)
MacArthur's opinion regarding a Japanese
attack on India
June 1, 1942 127(1)
Statement on his acceptance of an
honorary degree from the University of
Wisconsin
June 18, 1942 127(1)
Statement made on selection by the
National Father's Day Committee as
"Father Of The Year:"
October 19, 1942 127(1)
Statement made on selection by the
National Father's Day Committee as
"Father Of The Year:"
November 11, 1942 128(1)
Statement on the American Red Cross and
its services to the soldier
April 9, 1943 128(1)
Statement made on the first anniversary
of the fall of Bataan
May 6, 1943 129(1)
Statement made on the first anniversary
of the fall of Corregidor
June 24, 1943 129(1)
Statement to the Press Club of Milwaukee,
Wisconsin
August 9, 1943 129(1)
Statement on the Pacific strategic
situation
March 17, 1944 129(1)
Remarks at a dinner in MacArthur's honor
given by the Prime Minister and members
of the Australian Parliament
October 3, 1944 130(1)
Statement to the Laymen's National
Committee for Bible Week for presentation
on a national radio program
October 20, 1944 131(1)
"I Have Returned" Radio Address
February 27, 1945 131(1)
Restoration of the civilian Commonwealth
Government of the Republic of the
Philippines
March 2, 1945 132(1)
Flag raising ceremonies, Corregidor
May 8, 1945 133(1)
Message broadcast to the American people
on V-E Day
July 9, 1945 133(2)
Speech before the Philippine Congress at
the termination of the Philippine campaign
August 24, 1945 135(1)
Accepting the degree of doctor of laws,
honoris causa, Santo Tomas University,
Philippine Islands
September 2, 1945 136(1)
Remarks at the surrender ceremonies
conducted aboard the USS Missouri, Tokyo
Bay
September 2, 1945 136(2)
V-J Day broadcast from the USS Missouri,
Tokyo Bay
October 16, 1945 138(1)
Statement upon the completion of the
demobilization of the Japanese Armed
Forces in compliance with the terms of
the surrender agreement, Tokyo
March 21, 1946 139(1)
Decision in the war-crimes trial of
General Homma, former Japanese commander
in the Philippine Islands
April 5, 1946 140(4)
Allied Control Council for Japan
July 4, 1946 144(1)
Philippine Independence Day ceremony,
Manila
August 1, 1946 145(1)
Eulogy for President Manuel Quezon on the
reinterment of his body in Manila
September 2, 1946 146(1)
Statement on the first anniversary of the
signing of the Japanese surrender
agreement
February 20, 1947 147(1)
Message to the War Department in support
of Congressional appropriations for the
occupation of Japan
July 13, 1947 148(1)
Statement on the post-surrender policy
for Japan adopted by the Far Eastern
Commission
August 6, 1947 149(1)
Message read by the Major of Hiroshima at
the Peace Festival marking the second
anniversary of the dropping of the first
atomic bomb
September 2, 1947 150(1)
Statement on the second anniversary of
V-J Day
May 3, 1948 151(1)
Message to the people of Japan on the
first anniversary of the new Japanese
Constitution
August 15, 1948 152(1)
Address at the ceremonies inaugurating
the Republic of Korea
October 24, 1949 153(1)
Message to the United Nations Association
of Japan meeting in Tokyo
May 3, 1950 154(1)
Statement on the third anniversary of the
Japanese Constitution
June 25, 1950 155(1)
Memorandum for the Soviet member, Allied
Council for Japan
July 25, 1950 156(1)
MacArthur's report on the current
estimate of Korean operations
August 27, 1950 157(2)
Statement on the importance of Formosa to
U.S. security, sent by Mac Arthur to the
Commander-in-Chief, Veterans of Foreign
Wars, for use at the VFW's 51st Annual
National Encampment, Chicago, Illinois
September 29, 1950 159(1)
Ceremony returning Seoul to the South
Korean government
October 1, 1950 159(1)
Message to the Commander-in-Chief, North
Korean Forces
November 24, 1950 160(1)
Communique No. 12
November 28, 1950 160(1)
Communique No. 14
February 12, 1951 160(1)
Statement read at the dedication ceremony
of the University of the Ryukyus, Shuri,
Okinawa
February 13, 1951 161(1)
Comments made on the completion of a tour
of the Korean battle front
February 20, 1951 162(1)
Statement on Korean Operations given at a
press conference in Wonju, Korea
April 18, 1951 162(1)
City Hall, San Francisco, California,
return from the Far East
April 19, 1951 163(4)
U.S. Congress, Washington, D.C.
April 19, 1951 167(1)
Sixtieth Continental Congress of the
Daughters of the American Revolution,
Washington, D.C.
April 19, 1951 167(1)
Civic Ceremony, Washington, D.C.
April 20, 1951 167(1)
City Hall, New York, New York, response
to welcome and presentation of Medal of
City of New York by Mayor Impellitteri
April 1951 168(1)
Statement on West Point's
Sesquicentennial, (1802-1952) as
published in The Assembly, Vol. X, No. 1
April 26, 1951 168(2)
Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois
April 27, 1951 170(1)
Dedication of MacArthur Square,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
May 3-5, 1951 170(2)
Extracts of statements before the U.S.
Senate Committees on Foreign Relations
and on Armed Services, 82nd Congress, 1st
Session
June 13, 1951 172(4)
Texas Legislature, Austin, Texas
June 14, 1951 176(1)
Rice Institute Stadium, Houston, Texas
June 15, 1951 177(1)
Cotton Bowl, Dallas, Texas
June 15, 1951 178(1)
The Alamo, San Antonio, Texas
June 16, 1951 179(1)
Farrington Field Stadium, Fort Worth,
Texas
July 25, 1951 179(3)
Massachusetts Legislature, Boston,
Massachusetts
July 26, 1951 182(1)
City Hall, Boston, Massachusetts
July 26, 1951 183(1)
Response to reception, Chicopee Falls,
Massachusetts
July 26, 1951 183(1)
Response to reception, Springfield,
Massachusetts
July 26, 1951 183(1)
Wreath Laying, Waltham, Massachusetts
August 20, 1951 183(1)
Letter to Prime Minister of Japan,
Shigeru Yoshida
September 6, 1951 184(3)
Citizens of Cleveland, Ohio
September 21, 1951 187(1)
Zion Reformed Church, "The Liberty Bell
Church", Allentown, Pennsylvania
October 17, 1951 188(4)
National Convention, The American Legion,
Miami, Florida
November 8, 1951 192(1)
National Institute of Social Sciences
upon being awarded the Society's Gold
Medal, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York,
New York
November 13, 1951 192(4)
Opening, Seattle Centennial Celebration,
Edmondson Pavilion, University of
Washington at Seattle
November 18, 1951 196(1)
Dedication of the memorial to his Mother,
Mary Pinkney Hardy, Norfolk, Virginia
December 6, 1951 197(1)
Touchdown Club annual dinner, New York,
New York
December 12, 1951 197(1)
Salvation Army upon being presented with
their "Award for Services to Humanity" at
their luncheon, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel,
New York, New York
January 1952
Article in the American Legion Magazine 198(2)
entitled "The Citizen Soldier and his
role in our National Military Policy"
January 15, 1952 200(1)
Receiving the "Gold Medal of Achievement"
award from the Poor Richard Club of
Philadelphia, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New
York, New York
March 22, 1952 200(4)
Mississippi Legislature, Jackson,
Mississippi
March 23, 1952 204(1)
Dedication of MacArthur Park, Little
Rock, Arkansas
May 15, 1952 205(3)
Michigan Legislature, Lansing, Michigan
May 16, 1952 208(2)
Cadillac Square, Detroit, Michigan
July 7, 1952 210(6)
Keynote Address, Republican National
Convention, Chicago, Illinois
December 5, 1952 216(3)
57th Congress of American Industry,
National Association of Manufacturers,
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York, New York
March 14, 1953 219(1)
Welcoming address on behalf of the
Association of Graduates of the U.S.
Military Academy Founder's Day Dinner,
West Point, New York
April 29, 1954 220(1)
Annual Whoopers Dinner, Manchester, New
Hampshire
January 26, 1955 221(1)
Receiving an award of the Protestant
Episcopal Church, Los Angeles, California
January 26, 1955 222(1)
Dedication of MacArthur Park, Los
Angeles, California
January 26, 1955 223(3)
Los Angeles County Council of The
American Legion, Los Angeles, California
September 18, 1956 226(1)
Remarks to the U.S. Military Academy
football team, West Point, New York
July 30, 1957 227(4)
Excerpts from an address to the annual
Stockholders Meeting of the Sperry Rand
Corporation, New York, New York
December 1, 1959 231(3)
Address at the annual Football Hall of
Fame dinner, New York, New York
May 19, 1961 234(1)
Receiving the Freedom Award from the
Order of Lafayette, New York, New York
June 11, 1961 235(2)
101st commencement, Michigan State
University, Lansing, Michigan
July 3, 1961 237(1)
Arrival, Manila Airport, Philippines
July 4, 1961 238(1)
Independence Day ceremonies, Manila,
Philippines
July 5, 1961 239(2)
Joint session of the Congress of the
Republic of the Philippines, Manila
July 6, 1961 241(1)
Dedication of the MacArthur Highway,
Philippines
July 8, 1961 242(1)
Commemoration of landing, Tacloban,
Leyte, Philippines
July 9, 1961 242(1)
Reunion with former President Osmena,
Cebu, Cebu, Philippines
July 10, 1961 243(1)
Remarks, Iloilo, Panay, Philippines
July 11, 1961 243(1)
Acceptance of honorary degree of Doctor
of Laws from The Lyceum of the
Philippines, Fiesta Pavilion, Manila Hotel
July 12, 1961 244(1)
Departures, Manila International Airport,
Philippines
May 12, 1962 244(4)
Members of the Association of Graduates,
U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New
York
August 16, 1962 248(1)
Acceptance of the Congressional
Resolution expressing thanks for his
service to the United States, Washington,
D.C.
April 19, 1963 249(1)
Response to announcement of the
establishment of chair in International
History in his honor at Columbia
University, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New
York, New York
January 26, 1964 250
Remarks to a delegation of Cadets from
the U.S. Military Academy, honoring him
on his 84th birthday, Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel, New York, New York