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  1. Dwight David Eisenhower II (born March 31, 1948) is an American author, public policy fellow, professor at the University of Pennsylvania, and eponym of the U.S. presidential retreat Camp David. He is the grandson of President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower , and a son-in-law of President Richard Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon .

  2. David Dwight Eisenhower (el apellido original alemán es Eisenhauer) nació en la ciudad de Denison, en el estado de Texas, [7] el 14 de octubre de 1890. Eisenhower fue el tercero de los tres hijos del matrimonio formado por Jacob David Eisenhower e Ida Elizabeth Stover.

  3. Dwight David Eisenhower [d w a ɪ t ˈ d e ɪ v ɪ d ˈ a ɪ z ə n h a ʊ ɚ] [1], surnommé Ike [a ɪ k] [1], né le 14 octobre 1890 à Denison (Texas) et mort le 28 mars 1969 à Washington, est un militaire et homme d'État américain membre du Parti républicain, 34 e président des États-Unis pour deux mandats, du 20 janvier 1953 au 20 janvier 1961.

  4. Geoffrey Perret, in his biography of Eisenhower, claims that, in one draft of the speech, the phrase was "military–industrial–congressional complex", indicating the essential role that the United States Congress plays in the propagation of the military industry, but the word "congressional" was dropped from the final version to appease the then-currently elected officials.

  5. Dwight David Eisenhower, noto anche con il nomignolo di Ike (Denison, 14 ottobre 1890 – Washington, 28 marzo 1969), è stato un generale e politico statunitense, 34º presidente degli Stati Uniti d'America dal 1953 al 1961.

  6. 07/01/2021 · But there was one other matter of great concern. David Eisenhower, a lifelong sports fan, didn't want a repeat of what happened in 1966 when the broadcast of a baseball game was canceled to cover the wedding of President Lyndon Johnson's daughter Luci. "Dave … was scarred for life," Julie said, laughing. "No, no, no," David protested.

  7. Dwight David "Ike" Eisenhower GCB • OM • RE • GCS • CCLH • KC • NPk (Denison, 14 de outubro de 1890 — Washington, 28 de março de 1969) foi o 34º Presidente dos Estados Unidos de 1953 até 1961. Antes disso, foi general de cinco estrelas do Exército Americano.