The Papers of Dwight D. Eisenhower
From Allied Supreme Commander to President of the United
January 1, 1951-March 23, 1951
|As Allied Supreme Commander during World War
II, Dwight David Eisenhower (1890-1969) won America's greatest
twentieth-century victories; later, as President of the United States
(1953-61), he maintained a healthy economy while coping with the challenges of
the Cold War. This mini-edition contains documents written early in 1951, when
Eisenhower had been recalled to active duty in an attempt to forestall a
threatened Soviet invasion of Western Europe.
Daun R. van Ee, Editor
Louis Galambos, Editor
Elizabeth Hughes, Executive Editor
Janet Brugger, Associate Editor
Robin Coblentz, Associate Editor
Jill Friedman, Associate Editor
K. Berlage, Editorial Assistant
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