Historical Art PhotoNews Posters Circa 1946 - 1952
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Gen. Eisenhower Greets War-Time Buddies
General Eisenhower Inducted Into Club
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Army Chief of Staff, raises both hands to acknowledge the thunderous ovation given him by American Legionnaires at their New York Convention. At right is Paul Griffith, past commander of the Legion.
General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower, Army Chief of Staff, appears with his strictly civilian "guard of honor" during his induction into the Circus Saints and Sinners Club in New York. The club gave him a plaque inscribed, "Chief Rat Exterminator."
Eisenhower New President Of Columbia University
Eisenhower Has First Vacation In 10 Years
“Ike” and “Monty” Meet Again
Eisenhower “On The Job” In Europe
Left: Another "Big drive" for Gen. "lke", only this one is with a golf club, at Miami, Fla., where the famous war leader is vacationing. Golf pro Joe Kirkwood is coaching him. Right: The General calmly waits for the fish to "attack", as he relaxes on fishing "expedition".
1. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, left, wartime commander of the Allied forces, receives the keys and charter of Columbia at New York ceremonies installing him as the university's 13th president. 2. General view of exercises witnessed by 20,000. 3. "Prexy" Eisenhower (arrow) acknowledging the crowd's cheers.
During meeting in New York, Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, left, and Britain's Field Marshall Viscount Montgomery revive memories of World War II when they led Allied forces to victory in Europe. Monty's visit to U.S. is believed to have to do with military matters.
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower is wasting no time getting down to business in his new job as Supreme Commander of Allied Military Forces under the Atlantic Pact. 1. In serious conference with French Pres. Auriol in Paris. 2. With Gen. Baele, Belgian Chief of Staff in Brussels. 3. "Ike" as he left U.S. on history-making assignment.
General Dwight D. Eisenhower, supreme commander of the military forces of the Allied Powers in Europe, tells Congress his conferences with leaders of 13 member nations established their readiness to supply troops to fight a Russian attack, but they all need arms and war materiel from America.
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