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Dwight D Eisenhower a small town boy who grew up to the be the five-star general of the United States military force and the 34th president was an accomplished man He was born on October 14 1890 in Denison Texas He died in Walter Reed Army Hospital on March 28 1969 from a heart attack Eisenhower was one of 7 kids in his family He was an average student in school After he graduated from high school he received an invitation to attend West Point a military school When he was finished with his military education he received a military post in the Philippines where he met Mamie Geneva Doud He married her in 1916 They had a son once Eisenhower was in office In 1918 he served in the army during ww1 He was called to war again in 1944 to direct British and American forces in Africa Then he directed D-day the invasion of Normandy In 1953 he ran for president on the Republicans side against adlai Stevenson He won with more than 3 times the votes During his first term Eisenhower created the Interstate Highway Act The program provided a 41000 mile interstate highway system that helped Americas economy He is more known for his roles in foreign affairs though Eisenhower went to Korea to find an end to the war He wasnt entirely successful but he managed to get a cease-fire that divided Korea basically back to where things were in 1950 Eisenhower attended talks with the Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev to stop all nuclear testing The talks failed though when the Soviets shot down a American spy plane and Eisenhower refused to apologize Eisenhower used the CIA to create revolutions in countries such as Guatemala Iran and Cuba to help stop communism from spreading The operation in Cuba failed to remove Fidel Castro from power but was successful in Guatemala and Iran What impressed me about
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