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Dwight D. Eisenhower: In War And Peace DVD, Video Download, USB Drive

Dwight D. Eisenhower: In War And Peace DVD, Video Download, USB Drive
Dwight D. Eisenhower: In War And Peace DVD, Video Download, USB Drive
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Four Golden Age TV Documentaries And Two Historic Events From The Early History Of Video Tape, All Which Provde A Five-Hour Chronicle Of The Life And Times Of Dwight D. Eisenhower, Known By The Personal And Popular Nickname Of "Ike", Supreme Commander Of The Allied Forces In Western Europe During World War II. Five-Star General of the Army, And The Twentieth Century's Only American General-Turned-President, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS In An Archival Quality 2 Disc All Regions Format DVD Set, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #DwightDEisenhower #DwightEisenhower #Eisenhower #Ike #PresidentsOfTheUS #POTUS #POTUSHistory #AmericanPresidents #FiveStarRank #FiveStarGeneral #AmericanHistory #WesternFrontWorldWarII #WesternFrontWWII #SCAFE #SHAEF #SCAFE #WorldWarII #WWII #WW2 #WorldWarTwo #WorldWar2 #SecondWorldWar #ColdWar #ColdWarriors #Eisenhower #AmericanHistory #HistoryOfTheUS #WesternCulture #WesternCivilization #WesternTradition #StoryOfCivilization #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive

* 4/19/21: Updated And Upgraded: Updated With "EISENHOWER SPEAKS AT THE DEDICATION OF NBC'S WRC-TV COLOR BROADCASTING FACILITIES" And "EISENHOWER'S FAREWELL ADDRESS", With All Other Videos Redigitized For Improved Video And Audio Playback, And Upgraded From A Standard Format DVD To An Archival Quality 2 Disc Dual Layer Format DVD Set!


Contents:

BIOGRAPHY (CBS) - DWIGHT DAVID EISENHOWER (Black/White, 23 Minutes)
The mother of all TV biography documentary series gives it's standard-setting treatment to the leader of the Allied Forces in World War II in their "great crusade" to liberate Europe from the tyranny of the Third Reich. Narrated by Mike Wallace.

MEN IN CRISIS: EISENHOWER vs ROMMEL (Black/White, 21 Minutes)
Edmund O'Brien narrates an installment of the definitive "opponent vs opponent" documentary series which explores the military contest between the architect of The Third Reich's defense of Fortress Europe, German Field Marshal Rommel, and the commander of the Allied forces which liberated that territory, General Eisenhower.

PORTRAITS OF POWER: EISENHOWER AS PRESIDENT (Color, 1978, 24 Minutes)
Based on the book PORTRAITS OF POWER, written by Harrison Salisbury, who appears in and writes these episodes, and produced in part by The New York Times. Narrated by Henry Fonda.

PERSPECTIVE ON GREATNESS: EISENHOWER (Black/White, 1962, 50 Minutes)
A documentary winningly produced in the old school manner of substance over style which intelligently analyzes and reports on Eisenhower's career timeline from his term as Supreme Commander of Allied Forces In Europe on D-Day to the end of his term as President of the United States. Narrated by Ed Begley.

EISENHOWER SPEAKS AT THE DEDICATION OF NBC'S WRC-TV COLOR BROADCASTING FACILITIES (Color, May 22, 1958, 30 Minutes)
History's oldest surviving color video tape is recorded for the purposes of rebroadcast, as well as for the archiving of history, when NBC hosts President Eisenhower at the dedication of their new color broadcasting facilities in Washington, D.C.'s television station WRC-TV.

EISENHOWER'S FAREWELL ADDRESS (Black/White, January 17, 1961, 17 Minutes)
Eisenhower gives final public speech as presient when he delivers an Oval Office Address on television, an Address To The Nation bidding them farewell, encouraging them to continue to be good citizens, and warning against the potential influence of the military–industrial complex, a term he is credited with coining, as well as expressing his concerns about planning for the future, the dangers of massive spending and especially deficit spending, the prospect of the domination of science through Federal funding and, conversely, the domination of science-based public policy by what he called a "scientific-technological elite".


Dwight D. Eisenhower GCB, OM, RE, GCS, CCLH, KC, NPk, popularly known as "Ike", American general, politician and statesman who served as the 34th president of the United States from 1953 to 1961 (October 14, 1890 - March 28, 1969) was born Dwight David Eisenhower in Denison, Texas. During World War II, he served as Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force in Europe, and achieved the rare five-star rank of General of the Army. He was responsible for planning and supervising the invasion of North Africa in Operation Torch in 1942-1943 and the successful invasion of Normandy in 1944-1945 from the Western Front. Eisenhower was raised in Abilene, Kansas, in a large family of mostly Pennsylvania Dutch ancestry. His family had a strong religious background. His mother became a Jehovah's Witness. Eisenhower, however, did not belong to any organized church until 1952. He graduated from West Point in 1915 and later married Mamie Doud, with whom he had two sons. During World War I, he was denied a request to serve in Europe and instead commanded a unit that trained tank crews. Following the war, he served under various generals and was promoted to the rank of brigadier general in 1941. After the United States entered World War II, Eisenhower oversaw the invasions of North Africa and Sicily before supervising the invasions of France and Germany. After the war, he served as Army Chief of Staff (1945-1948), as president of Columbia University (1948-1953) and as the first Supreme Commander of NATO (1951-1952). In 1952, Eisenhower entered the presidential race as a Republican to block the isolationist foreign policies of Senator Robert A. Taft; Taft opposed NATO and wanted no foreign entanglements. Eisenhower won that election and the 1956 election in landslides, both times defeating Adlai Stevenson II. Eisenhower's main goals in office were to contain the spread of communism and reduce federal deficits. In 1953, he threatened to use nuclear weapons until China agreed to peace terms in the Korean War. China did agree and an armistice resulted which remains in effect. His New Look policy of nuclear deterrence prioritized inexpensive nuclear weapons while reducing funding for expensive Army divisions. He continued Harry S. Truman's policy of recognizing Taiwan as the legitimate government of China, and he won congressional approval of the Formosa Resolution. His administration provided major aid to help the French fight off Vietnamese Communists in the First Indochina War. After the French left, he gave strong financial support to the new state of South Vietnam. He supported regime-changing military coups in Iran and Guatemala orchestrated by his own administration. During the Suez Crisis of 1956, he condemned the Israeli, British, and French invasion of Egypt, and he forced them to withdraw. He also condemned the Soviet invasion during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 but took no action. After the Soviet Union launched Sputnik in 1957, Eisenhower authorized the establishment of NASA, which led to the Space Race. He deployed 15,000 soldiers during the 1958 Lebanon crisis. Near the end of his term, he failed to set up a summit meeting with the Soviets when a U.S. spy plane was shot down over the Soviet Union. He approved the Bay of Pigs invasion, which was left to John F. Kennedy to carry out. On the domestic front, Eisenhower was a moderate conservative who continued New Deal agencies and expanded Social Security. He covertly opposed Joseph McCarthy and contributed to the end of McCarthyism by openly invoking executive privilege. He signed the Civil Rights Act of 1957 and sent Army troops to enforce federal court orders which integrated schools in Little Rock, Arkansas. His largest program was the Interstate Highway System. He promoted the establishment of strong science education via the National Defense Education Act. His two terms saw unprecedented economic prosperity except for a minor recession in 1958. In his farewell address to the nation, he expressed his concerns about the dangers of massive military spending, particularly deficit spending and government contracts to private military manufacturers, which he dubbed "the military-industrial complex". Historical evaluations of his presidency place him among the upper tier of American presidents.