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Smedley Butler 
United States Marine Corps general, two time Medal of Honor recipient, activist, lecturer, official, and writer (1881-1940)
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Butler in uniform, ca. 1929
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Name in native languageSmedley Darlington Butler
Date of birth30 July 1881
West Chester
Smedley Darlington Butler
Date of death21 June 1940
Naval Hospital Philadelphia
Manner of death
  • natural causes
Cause of death
Place of burial
  • Oaklands Cemetery (Section B, Lot 1, 39°58′46.4″N 75°37′17.7″W)
Work period (start)
  • 1898
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Notable work
  • War Is a Racket
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