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General Alexander M. Haig Jr. Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

Born: December 02, 1924 in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania
Died: February 20, 2010 in Baltimore, Maryland
Alexander M. Haig, Jr. (1924-2010), who served in Korea and Vietnam, is credited with keeping the government going while President Richard Nixon was embroiled in the Watergate scandal. In 1968, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger had appointed Haig as military advisor to the National Security Council. In 1973, Haig replaced H. R. Haldeman as Nixon's Chief of Staff, but resigned six weeks after the President to become Supreme Commander of the NATO forces in Europe (1974-1979).In 1981, Haig was named President Ronald Reagan's first Secretary of State, but unexpectedly resigned in 1982, presumably over disagreements regarding foreign policy. He sought the Republican Presidential nomination in 1988.
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