Who was the commander of the allied forces in Europe?
Winston Churchill; General Dwight D. Eisenhower.
He was the Supreme Commander of all Allied military forces in Europe. Answer 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 the Battle of the Bulge.
Franklin Roosevelt died towards the end the Harry Truman was president The political leader of the US for most of the war was FDR - although Truman was president for the last part of the war. Eisenhower was Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces in Europe - which put him in charge of US forces in Europe. Douglas MacArthur, was Supreme Commander of Allied Forces in the South West Pacific Area, 1942-45. Chester W. Nimitz…