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Dwight “Ike” Eisenhower was America’s 34th president from 1953–1961 and served as a five-star American army general during World War II. The former Commander-In-Chief is considered to be — historically — included in the top-tier of U.S. presidents.
Being known as a man of action and one of the military’s most masterful tacticians. Dwight D. Eisenhower was pledged with the duty of overseeing Operation Torch in 1942–1943, which was carried out in North Africa and — most notable — the invasion of Normandy’s Western Front from 1944–1945.
The coordinated attack on Nazi-occupied Western Europe was called “Operation Overlord” and is generally known today as “D-Day”. The Allied Expeditionary Forces, which was made up of 156,000 troops — 11,000 airplanes — almost 4,000 ships, helped defeat Nazi Germany and bring an end to World War II.
Lead by Dwight Eisenhower, the success of the two military operations helped shape the future of the World and created a long-lasting legacy for one of America’s greatest military generals.
The mountains moved during World War II also acted as a stepping stone for Dwight D. Eisenhower to become one of the most effective U.S. presidents in modern history.
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Dwight “Ike” Eisenhower oversaw an array of political agendas and objectives during his two term presidency, they include the following:
On the domestic front
- Dwight Eisenhower resumed New Deal agencies as a moderate conservative and further developed Social Security.
- He integrated schools by signing the Civil Rights Act of 1957 and sent troops to Little Rock, Arkansas to enforce the federal court orders.
- The largest program during his presidency was the Interstate Highway System.
- With the inception of the National Defense Education…