He was the Supreme Commander of all Allied military forces in.Answer 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 the Battle of the Bulge.
Head of allied armies in Europe
People were reassured both by his charm and the leadership qualities he had shown in World War II.
He was in charge of American forces and came up with plan for D Day. He held the rank of a 4 star general.
He was Supreme Allied Commander
he was a supreme allied leader
He introduced the first US Military Advisers to the country, intelligence support and Air America.
he served as one of the presidents during the time of the vietnam war, and he also popularized the domino principle theory.
Gen. Eisenhower was commander of Allied forces in Europe during World War II.
Eisenhower served in both world wars but played a major role in the second one.
He believed in stockpiling nuclear weapons and building the planes, missiles, and submarines needed to deliver them.
He wasn't in WWI, but commander of US forces in WW11.
Dwight D. Eisenhower .
He was a general
world war 2
President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Dwight d. eisenhower
Dwight E. Lee has written: 'The outbreak of the first world War'
Dwight David EisenhowerFDR/Truman .
Dwight David Eisenhower
In World War I it was the French Marshal Ferdinand Foch. In World War II it was the American General Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Dwight David EisenhowerDwight David EisenhowerDwight David EisenhowerDwight David EisenhowerDwight David EisenhowerDwight David Eisenhower
he was a general
A World War II General and U.S. President.