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Fightin Doug MacArthur - Lucky Millinder And His Orchestra - Fightin Doug MacArthur / Were Gonna Have To Slap The Dirty Little Jap (Shellac)

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  1. We're Gonna Have to Slap the Dirty Little Jap (And Uncle Sam's The Guy Who Can Do It) - Lucky Millinder And His Orchestra;Trevor Bacon;Bob Miller Notes The recording on the other side of this disc: Fightin' Doug MacArthur.
  2. Douglas MacArthur, U.S. general who commanded the Southwest Pacific Theater in World War II, administered postwar Japan during the Allied occupation that followed, and led United Nations forces during the first nine months of the Korean War. Learn more about MacArthur’s life and career in .
  3. Sep 28,  · And MacArthur never found out. His presidential prospects fizzled as the Republicans and the country turned to another general, Dwight Eisenhower. MacArthur retired to .
  4. Mar 11,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Lucky Millinder and his orchestra - Mason Flyer - YouTube Lucky Millinder - Little John Special - Duration: OnlyJazzHQ 1, views.
  5. Dec 07,  · Lucius 'Lucky' Millinder We're Gonna Have To Slap The Dirty Little Jap shellac 10" (b-side to Fightin' Doug MacArthur) Decca Don Baker with The Polka Dots There'll Be A Little Smokio In Tokio shellac 10" (b-side to The Blond Sailor) Continental Frankie Masters & His Orchestra.
  6. A dirty little secret kept quiet until was the fact that MacArthur, already paid as a US general and also as a Philippine Field Marshall at the same time, was paid a $, bonus by the president of the Philippines. By contrast, Dwight Eisenhower was also offered money by Philippine President Quezon but had the class to refuse it. 8.
  7. Fightin' Doug MacArthur - Lucky Millinder And His Orchestra;Trevor Bacon;Buck Ram Notes The recording on the other side of this disc: We're Gonna Have to Slap the Dirty Little Jap (And Uncle Sam's The Guy Who Can Do It).
  8. May 25,  · But Douglas MacArthur is remembered, still, for his actions during the Bonus March, where he commanded troops that gassed and trampled World War I veterans peacefully protesting in Washington, D.C.
  9. ‎Lucky Millinder was essentially a frontman, an occasional singer who conducted several impressive big bands. Millinder grew up in Chicago, worked as a dancer, and became a bandleader in , using his original name of Lucius Venable, which he soon changed. He freelanced until when he took over. Available with an Apple Music subscription.

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