President Eisenhower


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Noun1.President Eisenhower - United States general who supervised the invasion of Normandy and the defeat of Nazi GermanyPresident Eisenhower - United States general who supervised the invasion of Normandy and the defeat of Nazi Germany; 34th President of the United States (1890-1961)
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It began in 1953 with President Eisenhower, and this meeting has been recognized for 66 years as one of the most important political events in Washington.
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htm) National Aeronautics and Space Act was signed into law by President Eisenhower .
USA GROUPS started doing business as Goff Communications in the wireless industry in 1958, deploying mission critical microwave networks for the White House Communications Agency and connecting secure locations under President Eisenhower.
This last-ditch holdout was so fierce that in January of 1945, President Eisenhower said to George Marshall, "It is a very bad thorn in our side today.
EVENTS 1959: The Queen and President Eisenhower inaugurate the St Lawrence Seaway in Canada that connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic.
During Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev's 1959 visit to the United States, President Eisenhower thought showing off U.
We are today at about the same chronological distance from President Eisenhower as he was from the Wright Brothers.
President Eisenhower warned against the dangers of the military-industrial complex, and today it is the dangers of the medical-industrial complex.
Mullen morphs from awkward teen to Elvis, while Barnett plays everything from a human rockpool to President Eisenhower.
David Eisenhower was able to rely on much of the voluminous research performed for his 1986 examination of Eisenhower at War 1943-1945 (Random House, 1991) to further scrutinize the life of President Eisenhower for this book.
Michael Nelson rightly points out in his excellent review the lengths to which some historians have gone to make President Eisenhower, a Republican, more acceptable to liberals ("Eisenhower as Statesman," Summer 2012).