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Andrew J. May


American attorney and politician who served within the U.S. Home of Associates from 1931 to 1947. He chaired the home Armed service Affairs Committee during Globe Battle II. He went to Southern Normal University or college Law College in Tennessee and opened up the Might & May Legislation Practice along with his sibling. He was in charge of a major cleverness breach during Globe Battle II: he exposed throughout a press meeting the precise vulnerabilities of Japanese submarines. He was created in Floyd Region, Kentucky and spent a lot of his existence in his house condition. He was convicted of bribery pursuing a study of his carry out during World Battle II, but he was ultimately pardoned by U.S. Chief executive Harry Truman.

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Full Name Andrew J. May
Date Of Birth June 24, 1875
Died September 6, 1959, Prestonsburg, Kentucky, United States
Place Of Birth Kentucky
Profession Politician
Education Union University
Nationality American
Star Sign Cancer

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