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

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The Eisenhower Community College Fellowship provides opportunities for community college students to pursue careers in transportation.
The wager is documented in biographies of Montgomery and Eisenhower, but the slip of paper that recorded the bet has been hidden until now.
The Sailors aboard Eisenhower are excited to be part of this historical visit.
The magnitude of the challenge confronting Eisenhower in addressing the aspirations of the Third World is revealed in the essays in this book.
It is clear that Eisenhower did not believe that the "military-industrial complex" was to blame for the Cold War.
The author highlights the divergent strategies pursued by the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations in the Middle East.
meeting was arranged by President-elect Designate Jesse Diner, who also sits on the Eisenhower Institute board.
In the first half of his book, Greene depicts Eisenhower as a well-intentioned leader overwhelmed by issues beyond his comprehension.
Alex Roland, professor of history at Duke University, focuses on Eisenhower as policy maker in a general discussion about the president's approach to lobbying efforts by scientists, congressmen, businessmen, and officers of the military services or, as the president referred to them, the "military-industrial complex.
He states that as a military man, Eisenhower understood the importance of military intelligence.
Edwards will be making his third Eisenhower Trophy appearance following Kuala Lumpur in 2002 and Puerto Rico 2004.
Directed to do so by President Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, we were supposedly the answer to an urgent call for help from Lebanese President Camille Chamoun.
Mertens points out, Dwight Eisenhower rounded up and deported over 2 million illegals in 1953-54, something Ronald Reagan nullified by giving legal status and citizenship to over 4 million illegals and which George Bush would like to extend to 13 million.
Eisenhower Library, in Abilene, Kansas, documents are both the foundation and the inspiration for our education efforts.
who fought in World War II in Europe as a Tank Battalion Commander in the 4th Armored Division, Gasoline To Patton: A Different War is a hard-hitting criticism of a military decision made by General Eisenhower in late 1944.