Eisenhower


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

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What gave Strauss an unparalleled role was his ability to monopolize the information that Eisenhower received on matters that provoked sharp scientific disagreement and his willingness to employ almost any means to do so.
BEIRUT: Lebanese Eliane (Elle) Fersan, 34, was awarded the prestigious Eisenhower Fellowship for her project to develop a multidisciplinary platform that combines targeted research with multi-stakeholder advocacy strategies.
Most studies of Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon have presented a decidedly negative view of their relationship.
Eisenhower, who has been active in government and politics, focuses his practice on government and regulatory matters, as well as white collar crime.
Eisenhower, Smith steps adroitly and rapidly through the years of his life, maintaining the reader's interest and never shortchanging his subject.
Professor of Military History, Ohio State University; and Qiang Zhai, professor of history at Auburn University-Montgomery, create a portrait of Eisenhower as international statesman in an era of global crisis and confrontation.
He continues to say that many political analysts saw the Eisenhower presidency as being stagnant on domestic issues and ineffective in dealing with foreign affairs.
Edwards will be making his third Eisenhower Trophy appearance following Kuala Lumpur in 2002 and Puerto Rico 2004.
The same could not be said of Eisenhower and Dulles.
Their number isn't negligible anymore, and they are, unfortunately, the same Republican Party of which Eisenhower was president.
Even President Dwight Eisenhower called the bombings unnecessary.
Eisenhower (CVN 69) sailors from the Combat Systems Department received a check for $5,000 for a beneficial suggestion.
He was the son of poor parents, and nothing much of an academic in his youth, but Eisenhower rose through the ranks of the military to become a great wartime leader and later the President of the United States.