Dwight Eisenhower and World War I
Joint Forces Staff College professor Keith Dickson talked about the early military career of Dwight Eisenhower, his stateside training of World War I troops, his extensive work with tanks, and his numerous requests for an overseas assignment near the fighting in France. The MacArthur Memorial hosted this event as a part of a day-long symposium on the World War I experiences of World War II leaders. close
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