On June 17, 1932, 17,000 United States military veterans of World War I and 25,000 of their loved ones assembled in Washington, D.c. to request early installment of their administration authentication war rewards. In spite of the fact that the rewards were not because of be paid until 1945, the Great Depression had hit the United States and these veterans were flopping monetarily. General Douglas Macarthur, head of staff of the Army, by and by headed US troops to coercively head out his kindred veterans, despite the fact that future 5 star general and president, Maj. Dwight Eisenhower (serving as an assistant to Macarthur) directed him not to have anything to do with the ousting. Maj. George Patton, future General and World War II legend, by and by headed a rangers charge against the dissenting veterans, including a man that had spared Patton's life amid World War I. The utilization of military energy against unarmed US war veterans is only one of 10 dishonorable or inept things we are posting here to show why Douglas Macarthur is a rascal, not a saint. Do you concur? It is safe to say that he is a legend or a bastard? If you don't mind let us know what you think.