Definition of MacArthur, Douglas in English:

MacArthur, Douglas

Line breaks: Doug|las Mac¦Arthur
Pronunciation: /məˈkɑːθə
 
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( 1880–1964), American general. Commander of US (later Allied) forces in the SW Pacific during the Second World War, he accepted Japan’s surrender in 1945, and administered the ensuing Allied occupation.

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