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Dwight D. Eisenhower

Dwight D. EisenhowerAKA Dwight David Eisenhower

Born: 14-Oct-1890
Birthplace: Denison, TX
Died: 28-Mar-1969
Location of death: Washington, DC [1]
Cause of death: Heart Attack
Remains: Buried, Eisenhower Center, Abilene, KS

Gender: Male
Religion: Presbyterian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Head of State, Military
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: 34th US President, 1953-61

Military service: US Army (Supreme Allied Commander, WWII)

[1] Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC.

Father: David Jacob Eisenhower (b. 23-Sep-1863, d. 10-Mar-1942)
Mother: Ida Elizabeth Stover (b. 1-May-1862, d. 11-Sep-1946)
Brother: Edgar N. Eisenhower (b. 19-Jan-1889 d. 12-Jul-1971)
Brother: Milton Stover Eisenhower (President of Johns Hopkins University, b. 15-Sep-1899, d. 2-May-1985)
Brother: Earl Dewey Eisenhower (b. 1-Feb-1898, d. 18-Dec-1968)
Mamie Eisenhower (m. 1-Jul-1916, until his death, d. 1-Nov-1979, two sons)
Son: Doud Dwight Eisenhower (b. 24-Sep-1917, d. 2-Jan-1921 scarlet fever)
Son: John Sheldon Doud Eisenhower (historian, b. 3-Aug-1922, d. 21-Dec-2013)

    Military College: US Military Academy, West Point (1915)
    Military College: Army Command and General Staff College (1926)
    Administrator: President, Columbia University (1948-53)

    US President (1953-61)
    US Defense Department Supreme Allied Commander, Europe (1949-52)
    US Army Chief of Staff (1945-48)
    US War Department Commanding General, US Army in Europe (1944-45)
    US War Department Commanding General, US Army in Europe (1942-43)
    Alfalfa Club 1946
    American Assembly Founder
    American Legion
    Augusta National Golf Club 1948
    Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews 1946 (honorary)
    Bohemian Grove
    Burning Tree Country Club Honorary (1946)
    Council on Foreign Relations
    Dutch Treat Club (1963-68)
    Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn
    The Links Club
    Military Order of the Loyal Legion
    National Press Club
    Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity
    Time Person of the Year 1944
    Time Person of the Year 1959
    Grand Marshal of the Tournament of Roses 1964
    Silver Buffalo 1946
    National Cowboy Hall of Fame 1973
    Portrait on American currency $1 coin
    National Statuary Hall 2003
    Lain in state at the Capitol Rotunda
    Appendectomy 1923
    Tonsillectomy 1936
    Audience with the Pope
    Stroke 25-Nov-1957
    Heart Attack 1955
    Visited Disneyland (27-Dec-1961)
    Cholecystectomy 1966
    Prostate Surgery (Oct-1967)
    Heart Attack four (1968)
    Proxy Baptism: Mormon per 17-Aug-1991 Salt Lake Tribune article
    German Ancestry
    Risk Factors: Appendicitis, Former Smoker, Arthritis

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    The True Glory (27-Aug-1945) · Himself
    Tunisian Victory (16-Mar-1944) · Himself

Author of books:
Crusade in Europe (1948, history)
The White House Years (1963, memoir)

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