President Dwight Eisenhower

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President Dwight Eisenhower

President Dwight Eisenhower

• President Dwight Eisenhower was the 34th president of The United States
• President Dwight Eisenhower had been the commanding officer of the armed forces that had been victorious in Europe during the WWII period.
• When President Dwight Eisenhower had left the office, he, in his words, had proclaimed that “America is the single most powerful nation in the world” and attributed this success to the moderately Republican policies adopted by him during his tenure from 1953 to 1961.
• President Dwight Eisenhower was born in 1890 in Texas and was raised at Kansas for the larger part of his early life. Being a phenomenal sportsmen at the high school, he was appointed at the West Point. He tied the knot in 1916 with Mamie Doud.
• Serving under some of the greatest American army generals like Walter Kruger and John Pershing, President Dwight Eisenhower was seen as one of the best army men of his times.
• After being the president of the Columbia University, he was nominated as the Republican candidate- he registered one of the biggest wins in American history in 1952 and assumed the power in ’53.

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  • Jerry said:

    Hehe. Didn’t know that President Dwight Eisenhower had been the commanding officer in world war 2. Thanks for the info

  • corsten said:

    President Dwight Eisenhower was so realistic when he said america was the most powerful nation. since then, the country become more and more powerful.

    i believe President Dwight Eisenhower was a good politician.

  • RezHy said:

    One can only be amazed at the supmree arrogance and ignorance that has arisen in my beloved America.I’m finding it very difficult to believe that you seriously consider a courtly bow which is the etiquette of Heads of state, as similar with the full on bending of the knee and kissing of the raised hand.Since there has been much rhetoric on line in regards to this and apparently you don’t know the difference either, I will provide a rudimentary discourse.The etiquette for Heads of State is to give a courtly bow of the upper part of the body while remaining up right so as not to show fealty to the head of the other nation.Even Obama’s bow to the Japanese Prime Minister was considered acceptable because that is simply a version of a common bow in Japan, He was showing respect to the culture.What Obama did in the picture I downloaded and commented on in my blog, was to either knowingly or unknowingly was to completely lower himself to the ground, on one knee and kissing the outstretched hand of the head of state in front of him who did not even get out of his chair in respect to the President of the United States of America.That is an insult and affront to the dignity of America and the office of the President of the United States of America. Now while I don’t care for Obama one whit, he is the POTUS, as such I respect the position of POTUS and the Constitution of the United States and Obama has stated numerous times even before his election that the Constitution is not written in stone it’s a fluid document. He has spent in the eye of Americans by violating several long standing traditions and by ignoring their voice since his election. This is just one of several affronts to the people he swore and Oath to protect, honor, and serve, and to the Constitution he swore an Oath to uphold, honor and serve.