President Eisenhower

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United States general who supervised the invasion of Normandy and the defeat of Nazi Germany

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Keith Glennan and his deputy was Hugh Dryden, the two were appointed by President Eisenhower himself to consolidate the various labs NASA had acquired and get the agency up and running.
But somehow President Eisenhower got in the middle and it seemed to be a tight squeeze for the three of them.
But most importantly, everyone needs to recognize that today's defense industry looks nothing like the "military-industrial complex" President Eisenhower mentioned a half-century ago.
Even though President Eisenhower did decide from time to time to break his three-pronged rule and venture into partisan politics, David Eisenhower's description of the mentor-mentee relationship between President Eisenhower and President Johnson is quite revealing.
In offering the thesis that President Eisenhower was an active leader in his administration, Newton builds upon the work of diplomatic historians and political scientists, notably Fred Greenstein, and does so in a very sympathetic fashion.
Note the contrast between Albright's words and those of President Eisenhower in his "Cross of Iron" speech in 1953.
When asked why the aliens don't go to somebody 'important' like Barack Obama, he said: "Well, certainly I can tell you that in 1954, President Eisenhower had three encounters, set up meetings with aliens, which took place at certain Air Force bases including Holloman Air Force base in New Mexico.
He was appointed by President Eisenhower because of specific concern regarding Indochina and Southeast Asia.
President Eisenhower was propagandizing when he called the Interstate Highway System "national defense.
Thomas who has covered every single United States President since President Eisenhower stated that the "Jews should get the hell out of Palestine".
Toward the beginning of the Cold War, President Eisenhower launched the Emergency Fund of 1954, which permitted the companies of artists such as Martha Graham, Jose Limon, and Alvin Alley to travel abroad under the auspices of the State Department.
For many she also paled in comparison to the irrepressible Eleanor Roosevelt, who had left the White House only eight years before President Eisenhower took the oath of office in early 1953.
The newly released book highlights bilateral cooperation, the foundations of which were laid by His Majesty the late King Hussein and former US President Eisenhower and further boosted by His Majesty King Abdullah II and consecutive US Administrations, mainly current US president Barack Obama.
President Eisenhower won 58% of the popular vote, up 3% from 1952.
Pioneer IV, which will be officially named Artificial Planet Two, was the last of a series of five lunar and space probes authorized by President Eisenhower last March.