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Hugh S. Johnson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hugh Samuel Johnson (August 5, 1881 – April 15, 1942) American Army officer, businessman, speech writer, government official and newspaper columnist.

Hugh Samuel Johnson, Brigadier General, United States Army

Hugh Samuel Johnson Brigadier General, United States Army: Hugh Samuel Johnson (1882 - 1942) American soldier and NRA administrator. He was born in Kansas in 1882.

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Johnson, Hugh Samuel, 1882–1942, American army officer, government administrator, b. Fort Scott, Kans. After graduation from West Point, he

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Hugh Samuel Johnson (1882 - 1942) - Find A Grave Memorial

Birth: Aug. 5, 1882 Fort Scott Bourbon County Kansas, USA: Death: Apr. 15, 1942 Washington District of Columbia District Of Columbia, USA: United States Army General.

Hugh Samuel JohnsonWikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Hugh Samuel Johnson (Fort Scott, Kansas, 5 de agosto de 1882 — 15 de abril de 1942) foi um militar estadunidense e dirigente da National Recovery Administration.

Hugh Samuel Johnson (1882-1942) - National Capital FreeNet

Hugh Samuel Johnson (1882-1942) By Richard Sanders, Editor, Press for Conversion! As head the National Recovery Administration (NRA), Hugh Johnson was FDR’s leading ...