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John W Weeks to Sinclair Weeks (1893)

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John W Weeks to Sinclair Weeks

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John W Weeks to Calvin Coolidge

As Secretary of War, Weeks was a competent, honest, and respected administrator and adviser, who guided the Department of War through its post-World War I downsizing. Weeks's hard work and long hours led to a stroke in April 1925,

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Warren G. Harding to John W Weeks

Weeks remained an active and influential participant in the national Republican Party. He was an early supporter of the nomination of Warren G. Harding for President in 1920, and when Harding became President, he named Weeks to his cabinet.

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John W Weeks to United States Secretary of War

As Secretary of War, Weeks was a competent, honest, and respected administrator and adviser, who guided the Department of War through its post-World War I downsizing. Weeks's hard work and long hours led to a stroke in April 1925, which led in turn to his resignation as Secretary

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John W Weeks to Dwight Davis

Weeks was Succeeded by Dwight F. Davis as Secretary of War

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John W Weeks to Arlington National Cemetery

His ashes were buried in Arlington National Cemetery near what is now known as Weeks Drive.

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James William Good to Patrick Hurley

Good was Succeeded by Patrick J. Hurley as Secretary of War

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Patrick Hurley to Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Hurley embarked on a series of assignments as a personal representative of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. He served as minister to New Zealand in 1942 and then flew to the Soviet Union, becoming the first foreigner to receive permission to visit the Eastern Front.

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Patrick Hurley to General George C Marshall

Hurley received a promotion to brigadier general in 1941 when the United States entered World War II, and General George C. Marshall dispatched him to the Far East as a personal representative to examine the feasibility of relieving American troops besieged on the Bataan peninsula

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Patrick Hurley to George H Dern

Hurley was Succeeded by George H. Dern as Secretary of War

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Patrick Hurley to Herbert Hoover

Hurley became active in the Republican Party and was appointed Assistant Secretary of War by President Herbert Hoover in 1929. He was promoted to Secretary of War after the death of James W. Good and served in President Hoover's cabinet until 1933.

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Patrick Hurley to United States Secretary of War

He became active in the Republican Party and was appointed Assistant Secretary of War by President Herbert Hoover in 1929. He was promoted to Secretary of War after the death of James W. Good and served in President Hoover's cabinet until 1933.

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George H Dern to Harry Woodring

Dern was Succeeded by Harry H. Woodring as Secretary of War

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Jean Dern to John Dern

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George H Dern to John Dern

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George H Dern to Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Roosevelt initially wanted Dern for the post of Secretary of the Interior but settled on appointing him to the War Department. Although he had no military experience and was reputed to have pacifist leanings, Dern won the support of military circles by promoting greater efficiency and readiness, calling for a military structure that could be expanded quickly

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George H Dern to United States Secretary of War

Franklin Roosevelt initially wanted Dern for the post of Secretary of the Interior but settled on appointing him to the War Department. Although he had no military experience and was reputed to have pacifist leanings, Dern won the support of military circles by promoting greater efficiency and readiness, calling for a military structure that could be expanded quickly

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Henry Dearborn to Samuel B Dexter (Private)

Dearborn was Preceded by Samuel Dexter as Secretary of War

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Henry Dearborn to Thomas Jefferson

In 1801, third President Thomas Jefferson appointed Dearborn Secretary of War, a post he held for eight years until March 7, 1809. Dearborn advised Jefferson in matters of military personnel when the latter was formulating the Military Peace Establishment Act in 1800-01,

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