The early life and the activities of U.S. Army General Dwight D Eisenhower in Europe.
Europe Date:1951 Duration:4 min 8 sec Sound:Yes
The life and career of U.S. Army General Dwight D Eisenhower up to the time of his appointment as the Supreme Commander of the NATO ( North Atlantic Treaty Organization). General Eisenhower with Mrs. Eisenhower and their grand children. They watch the photographs of his early life. The General arrives at his former home in Dennison, Texas. 'Eisenhower Birthplace' written on a board on the top of a building. The General has breakfast with his school teachers and other friends at his home. He meets officials at an air base. The General with his brothers Earl and Milton. A photograph of General Eisenhower as a West Point cadet. Cadets marching on a ground. Eisenhower as a U.S. Army Brigadier General discusses a wall map with other officials. The General is greeted by King George in Great Britain. He plans European invasions with British Army General Bernard Montgomery. He goes ashore with General Montgomery after the Allied amphibious landing on Normandy, France. General Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill watch a mass parachute drop at the Rhine River in Germany. He accepts the surrender of the German forces in Rheims, France.
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