I have not seen any significant increase in the value of Eisenhower Dollars lately. In fact, the rarest date (the 1973-S silver proof) has been more on a decline in value.As far as holding on to Ike dollars, you would probably be a lot better off selling them and buying key date coins in other serie…
Died: Fort Sam Houston, TX, 7 January 1949; Age: 58
He was the Supreme Commander of all Allied military forces in Europe.
Dwight Eisenhower was an important general in WWII. He was the Supreme Commander of Allied (anti-German) forces in the lead up to D-Day and in the actual landings in Normandy. He was also in Command of Allied forces at th…
He was admired for leading the allied invasion of Normandy in June of 1944. He battled the Germans and defeated Hitler by April of 1945.He was the overall commander of Allied troops in the European Theater. He was considered a superior tactition, but his main quality was the ability to work with and…
The Eisenhower Doctrine, given in a message to the United States Congress on January 5, 1957, was the foreign policy of U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The doctrine stated that the United States would use armed forces upon request in response to imminent or actual aggression to the United State…
Phrase used to describe the practice of government in Britain between 1945 and 1979. The phenomenon was observed by political scientists and media commentators; Britain's two major political parties, the Conservative Party and Labour Party, were in agreement, or consensus, over certain bas…
how did consumerism change during the eisenhower administration
To promote US interests abroad, President Eisenhower formed the
United States Information Agency. It became the world's largest
Public Relations agency and set goals of explaining and advocating
United States policies. Other goals included helping American
citizens and corporations meet and connect …
The reason his nickname was Ike is because that's what his parents used to call him. There was no reason, it just stuck with him through his whole life.Ike. "I like Ike" was his slogan
One thing you may want to talk about is about the grades you
received. You may also want to talk about any awards you received
while in school.
An American (US) View George Bush took an oath to defend the United States from all enemies, both foreign and domestic. He is doing his best to accomplish this despite the opposition from the liberal left politicians and their supporters in the press and Hollywood. Perhaps you should get your facts …
That depends on the size and age of the coin. A small, young coin wouldn't be worth more than $200, but an old, large coin would be worth about $200k. Yes, but .. It depends on its rarity as well. Some "large old" coins can be very common among collectors and sell for only a bit more than their met…
FDR cause of death
Franklin D. Roosevelt died of a cerebral hemorrhage on April 12,
1945, at the age of 63, while vacationing in Warm Springs, Georgia.
a cerebral hemorrhage
Dwight Eisenhower went to the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York and so was prepared for his career in the army. He later served as president of Columbia University in NY City.
You need to supply more information - what is the date and mint mark, and is the coin from circulation, a mint set, or a proof set? Is it made of cupronickel clad metal or is it a 40% silver collector's piece?
If it's from circulation it's worth a dollar. The others could be worth up to maybe $3.50…
Anybody can declare a new Doctrine; but the question really is, will anybody adhere to it?
The authority to declare doctrine varies depending on the Christian denomination, and I presume that it varies through time.
Anybody can declare doctrine, but whether that doctrine surviv…
Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882-1945) has been on the US 10-cent coin since 1946.
FDR was the 32nd US President, and held the office from March 4, 1933 until his death on April 12, 1945. He was the only US President to be elected to 4 terms.
Dwight D. Eisenhower was president and military leader, scholar, and author. Dwight Eisenhower Dwight D. "Ike" Eisenhower was the Thirty-Fourth (34th) President of the United States. He served from 1953 to 1961.He was born on October 14, 1890 in Denison, Texas, and died March 28, 1969.Here is the sh…
he was a supreme allied leader
Dwight D. Eisenhower was the 34th president of the United States of America.
Modern Republicanism was started by Dwight D. Eisenhower and his
administration. The concept of Modern Republicanism is being
somewhat liberal in Fiscal and Domestic affairs, while remaining
conservative in global affairs.
Modern Republicanism calls for lower taxes, smaller government and
Franklin Roosevelt died on April 12 ,1945 at Warm Springs, Georgia
of a cerebral hemorrhage. He was 63 years old.
16 Million Americans served in WW2 but 8 Million went to the Army , now deduct about 3 Million for the Army Air Corp , that leaves 5 Million boots on the ground ... Since a Division equals 30,000 men we are looking at 167 US Army Divisions that was under Eisenhower's Command... The Marines in the Pa…
He had excellent planning, political and military skills.
In the military context he used all these skills to perfection. The US had several generals better than Ike at commanding a division, and Omar Bradley was probably better at commanding an army. As SACEUR (Supreme Allied Commander E…
father: David Jacob Eisenhower
(born Sept 23, 1863 Elizabethville, PA - died March 10,
mother: Ida Elizabeth Stover
(Born: 1 May 1862 Mount Sidney, VA-Died: Sep11, 1946 Abilene, KS)
married: Sep 23, 1885 , Hope, KS.
President Eisenhower gave a special message to the congress on the situation in the Middle East during the Suez War to prevent the Soviet Union's attempt to enter Egypt and become an influence. Egypt's president intended to play the US against the Soviet Union in order to build his military power ba…
Eisenhower was our 34th president. He served from 1953 through 1961.
There is no official record that Dwight Eisenhower's nose was broken. However Eisenhower did play sports and he was very competitive. In this context, he played football against the legendary Jim Thorpe and injured his knee during a game. Eisenhower tackled Thorpe during a match up between Carlisle…
he was a general
Franklin Delano Roosevelt died on April 12,1945.He died on April 12 ,1945 at Warm Springs, Georgia of a cerebral hemorrhage. He was 63 years old.
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"Ike" is a derivative of "Eisenhower". He and all his brothers were called "Ike" from time to time from boyhood on.
The English Gold Florin was minted under Edward III for only one year, 1344. Any of these coins existing now are museum pieces worth millions of dollars.
1) When President Eisenhower called for termination of the Indians due to their annual income. About 64 tribes were terminated between 1954 and 1960.
Mr. Eisenhower, true statesman that he is, in his role as leader of the free world warned us that military spending could increase by its very nature. That once unleashed, the military industrial complex will take on a life of its own. The relatively new scale of war-like yet primitive beh…
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name of the dime first minted in 1916
The Winged Liberty, or Mercury Dime. Most people call it the Mercury Dime, but its real name is the Winged Liberty dime.
Eisenhower is on the dollar coin.
4 yrs a term and about 2-4 terms for a President
Dwight Eisenhower was first elected in November of 1952 and
re-elected in November of 1956. He was president from Jan.
20, 1953 to Jan. 20, 1961. He served two full terms for a
total of 8 years in office. He was followed by John F. Kennedy.
Please check your coin again and post a new question.
It's either not Eisenhower or not a half-dollar. President
Eisenhower was on the dollar coin from 1971 to 1978. JFK has
been on the half-dollar since 1964.
If it's a dollar coin, it's only worth face value unless it is in a
package labeled un…
The 1776-1976 Eisenhower Dollar is just worth a dollar.
None of the Eisenhower dollar coins made for general circulation are worth more than face value. Only Proof and collectors coins sold from the US Mint are worth more.
These coins were issued as both copper-nickel clad and 40%-silver coins. You have to look at the edge to know which one you have. Please see the Related Question for more information.None of the Bicentennial coins regardless of denomination or mintmark struck for general circulation have more than …
General Dwight Eisenhower did not consider invading Russia at the
end of World War II. It would have been a lost cause because no one
wanted more war.
Your coin is copper-nickel, not silver. The S mint mark indicates that it's a proof coin. It depends on what condition you are talking about. The "2008 Official Red Book" lists it at $8.50 for MS-63 state, where the PF-65 state lists it as $9.00. (MS-63 is simply stating that the coin has some conta…
What is the green Eisenhower stamp worth
Denison, Texas is the birthplace of Dwight Eisenhower. He was born in a rented room by the railroad tracks.
Eisenhower died on March 28, 1969 at the Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington, DC.
Five feet ten and one half inches tall.
Five feet and three fourths of an inch tall.
raped thousands of germans.
I'm sorry sir, plus size surplices are on the second floor.
Ike was Eisenhower's nickname. A campaign slogan
in the 1952 election was "I like Ike."
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1925 Peace dollar is a high mintage common date, retail values are $30.00-$37.00 depending on the grade of the coin.
Woodrow Wilson held the first one in 1913.
No president was ever depicted on a true silver dollar. They all carried a picture of Miss Liberty. Newer $1 coins aren't silver. The copper-nickel ones minted from 1971 to 1978 carried a picture of Dwight Eisenhower, and the current Presidential series of "golden" brass dollars will depict every p…
A statement of official government policy, especially in foreign affairs and military strategy.The word "doctrine" means a system of belief. Each religion has one or more. Which religion are you asking about and which doctrine?
8-6-11>>> If your Eisenhower dollars are dated 1971 or 1972 and are uncirculated examples they may be worth about $5.00 because the 1971 & 1972 issue coins were not included in the Uncirculated Mint sets sold from the Mint in those years. But in general none of the Eisenhower dollars re…
It is hard to tell what mistakes Eisenhower has made as some of
them can be subjective. However a commonly listed mistake was being
unable to defused the Cold War. It should be noted that he was
making good progress with it until an incident beyond his control
involving a spy plane undid his work.
Eisenhower was elected President in November, 1952 and took office on January 20, 1953. He was re-elected in 1956 and served until January 20, 1961.Dwight Eisenhower was elected President in 1952 and took office on
January 20, 1953. He was re-elected in 1956 and served until
January 20, 1961.
Dwight David Eisenhower was the President of the United States in 1955.Dwight "Ike" Eisenhower was the 34th President of the United States from 1953 January 20 to 1961 January 20. He succeeded Harry S. Truman as president. He was most famously known as the General of the United States Armed Forces d…
Some candidates for you to evaluate: - George Washington: actually founded the country in the first place, which merits a lot - Thomas Jefferson: very influential founding father. also made the USA a whole lot bigger with the Louisiana purchase - Abraham Lincoln: led the Union to Victory in the C…
Dwight Eisenhower was a tough man, he was in the army for many years and was the U.S presedent, if you would like to see pictures of Dwight Eisenhower go to www.Google.com and search "Dwight Eisenhower images" this will give you the information you need.
1971-1976 the melt value alone is $5.10 roughly this is because it is 40% silver.
But be sure to distinguish between the 40% silver ones minted for collectors and the copper-nickel ones minted for circulation. The circulation coins have a dark copper edge like dimes and quarters, and are only worth…
Doud Dwight Eisenhower, who died at the age of 3, and John Sheldon Doud Eisenhower.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
appreciating peoples point of view, it reflects the phenomena happening in their life, the passion that makes who they are and what they do posses the aura of a wise man strong! in analyzing every aspect of human genre----- mystery will always bump,,,,,,--- it only proves experiencing such makes li…
He died on April 12, 1945. : ) well actually, in this case it should be : (
A principle or body of principles presented for acceptance or belief, as by a religious, political, scientific, or philosophic group; dogma.A rule or principle of law, especially when established by precedent.A statement of official government policy, especially in foreign affairs and mili…
The Truman Doctrine was meant to help any non-communist country to resist communist pressure by providing economic and military aid.It was announced by US President Truman during the Greek Civil War; the United States sent $400 million in economic aid to Greece to help the government defeat the comm…
Barack Obama is criticized in many circles as being unqualified for the position of president because of, among other things, his lack of experience in governance. But there is one other president in recent times who had even less experience when elected to that office. Actually, he had none. Dwi…
The Federal Aid Highway Act which created the Interstate Highway system was the major legislation during his administration. As a bill in Congress, the FAHA was promoted as the "National Interstate and Defense Highways Act of 1956," primarily because its backers understood that federal involvement…
The US made both silver and gold $1 coins in 1879.
The large silver dollar is the more common of the 2. It has a picture of Miss Liberty on the front and a spread-winged eagle on the back. The gold dollar is about the size of a dime, and has a Native American princess on the front and a large nu…
Dwight D. Eisenhower has the nickname of Ike. "I like Ike" appeared on his campaign buttons.
If you buy one from a dealer, 10 - 20 cents. If you wish to sell one, nothing.
They're still worth one dollar each.
If your 1971 coin is a uncirculated example it may be worth about $5.00 because the 1971 dollar coins were not included in the Uncirculated Mint sets sold from the Mint in that year. If not, none of the Eisenhower dollars regardless of date or mintmark struck for general circulation have any silver …
The Interstate Transportation system will be his legacy. The Federal Aid Highway Act which created the Interstate Highway system was the major legislation during his administration. As a bill in Congress, the FAHA was promoted as the "National Interstate and Defense Highways Act of 1956," primarily…
cuz they liked it
Eisenhower was the 34th President, which means there were 33 others first.
All circulation-strike Eisenhower dollars are made of copper-nickel, not silver, and are only worth face value. These coins have either no mint mark (Philadelphia) or D (Denver) above the date. Some special collectors' versions were minted in 40% silver. These were sold in special packages identify…
A 2006 article in Political Psychology attempts to use objective
information to figure this out. J.Q. Adams probably had the highest
IQ (165), Warren Harding probably had the lowest (107). GW Bush was
around 111, Reagan was about 118. Clinton was about 135. In terms
of "intellectual brilliance," Jef…
None of the Bicentennial coins (1776-1976) regardless of denomination or mintmark struck for general circulation have any silver or are worth more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint are worth more.
Eisenhower became president because of his prestigious military
career. It was assumed that a man who could win part of World War
II would be a great leader.
There was no choice in 1958. You either had the baby or went into an office up a dark alleyway. Had your uterus scraped and went home and cried.
His second term was up and traditionally a President is only allowed to serve for two terms. The only exception was FDR who was elected for three terms due to the 2nd World War. He died in office.
George Washington, Abe Lincoln, Theodore roosevelt, and more
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Dwight David Eisenhower was the first American President that won by a landslide. He ran against senator Robert Taft. His running mate (Vice president soon after) Senator Robert Nixon of California has been blamed for sandals and such and Eisenhower was going to take him off but because of Nixon's "…