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  1. Im Dezember 1944 wurde er in den Rang eines Fleet Admiral befördert. Am 25. April 1949 ließ sich Leahy vom Amt freistellen und diente weiter in der Navy-Administration und als Präsident der Marinegeschichtsstiftung. William Daniel Leahy verstarb 1959; sein Grab befindet sich auf dem Nationalfriedhof Arlington, Sektion 2, Grab 932.

  2. William Daniel Leahy (/ ˈ l eɪ h i ˌ ˈ l eɪ. i /) (6 May 1875 – 20 July 1959) was an American naval officer. The most senior United States military officer on active duty during World War II, he held several titles and exercised considerable influence over foreign and military policy.

  3. 20. Juli 1998 · William Daniel Leahy (born May 6, 1875, Hampton, Iowa, U.S.—died July 20, 1959, Bethesda, Maryland) was an American naval officer who served as personal chief of staff to President Franklin D. Roosevelt during World War II.

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  4. Admiral Leahy was Commander in Chief, Battle Force, flying his four star flag on USS California, when appointed Chief of Naval Operations. Fleet Admiral Leahy died at the Naval Hospital...

  5. www.history.navy.mil › bios-l › leahy-william-dLeahy, William D. - NHHC

    12. Feb. 2015 · As Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Leahy led efforts to prepare the Navy for a war that was imminent in the late 1930s. He initiated advanced war planning to deal with potential...

  6. William Daniel Leahy. 2 January 1937 – 1 August 1939. William Daniel Leahy was born in Hampton, Iowa, on May 6, 1875. His father, Michael Leahy, a lawyer, had been Captain of Wisconsin Infantry...

  7. 30. Mai 2019 · As a key advisor to F.D.R., Adm. William D. Leahy was instrumental in bringing the Allies together to agree upon the invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe.