Dwight D. Eisenhower

Dwight D. Eisenhower appears in the following:

The Presidents on Presidency

Wednesday, October 16, 1968

A historical reflection on the United States presidency from Franklin Delano Roosevelt to Lyndon Johnson.

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Sounds of History

Tuesday, May 30, 1967

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Memorial Day feature for WNYC. Narrator Burgess Meredith. Biographies of FDR, Truman, Eisenhower, JFK, Stevenson, MacArthur. Excerpts of their speeches.

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Eisenhower Press Conference

Wednesday, October 13, 1965

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Begins abruptly.

Eisenhower speaks about books he has written, but does not call himself a writer. He says he is ready to answer questions about his book or ...

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Dwight D. Eisenhower addressing the Republican National Convention

Tuesday, July 14, 1964

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Dwight D. Eisenhower addresses the Republican National Convention. He insists that for the good of America Republicans must be reinstalled into a large number of political positions, including the presidency.


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Dwight D. Eisenhower on the Significance of the Educated Woman in the Nation's Future

Thursday, October 19, 1961

Recorded at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, former President Dwight D. Eisenhower speaks on "the significance of the educated woman in the nation's future." This talk was sponsored by friends of Barnard College, "to direct the attention of corporation and foundation leaders to the importance of independent women's colleges."
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Eisenhower, The Doctor's Influence on Civilization

Tuesday, June 09, 1959

Ike on just how great doctors are.

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Dwight D. Eisenhower on Little Rock

Tuesday, September 24, 1957

The decision to send troops to enforce school integration.

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Columbia University Bicentennial, Excerpts from "Conference Four."

Monday, July 19, 1954

Various educators celebrate the Columbia University Bicentennial at "Conference Four." The theme of the conference was "education, health, [religion], and social services as they affect the citizen today."
Speakers include Dwight D. Eisenhower; Eleanor Roosevelt, Adlai Stevenson, along with university presidents, government secretaries, and educators.


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Eisenhower Message to the United Nations

Monday, April 05, 1954

The President defines the struggle against Communism, an atheistic doctrine, as the battle of the ages.

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Baruch Houses, NYC Dedication

Wednesday, August 19, 1953

This recording marks opening of the Simon Baruch Houses (now the Bernard Baruch Houses) in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Bernard Baruch is also honored with a bust and a playground dedication.

Speakers include emcee and Baruch family friend, Herbert Swope; Commissioner Robert Moses; New York ...

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President Eisenhower: Address to the American People on the National Security and Its Costs

Tuesday, May 19, 1953

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Tommy Cowan interrupts programing to introduce President Eisenhower's Address To The Nation regarding taxes, the budget and national security.
President Eisenhower is speaking from the White House.


Eisenhower discusses ...

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President Eisenhower's State of the Union Address

Wednesday, February 18, 1953

The state of the union in 1953.

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Eisenhower: Back to God

Sunday, February 01, 1953

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John E. Duffy presides.

Rabbi David Lefkowitz, Jr. delivers the invocation.

Vice President Richard Nixon speaks of America being a great spiritual force for good ...

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Eisenhower Election HQ

Monday, November 10, 1952

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Un-aired conversation between radio announcer and engineer at open.

Monroe Benton reports on the returns from the election, followed by discussion with another radio staffer and announcer Roger ...

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American Federation of Labor Convention [Day 3]

Thursday, September 18, 1952

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General Dwight D. Eisenhower addresses the convention.
Thanks the labor forces for their role in winning the war by providing the tools necessary for soldiers.
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Eisenhower - American Legion Convention

Monday, August 25, 1952

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Legionnaires chant "We Want Ike."

Eisenhower speaks out for fallen soldiers, their widows and children and disabled veterans. References his candidacy for president, anti-communist speech. Discusses how communism ...

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Eisenhower's Presidential Nomination Acceptance Speech

Monday, July 14, 1952

The aims of this Republican crusade—are clear: to sweep from office an administration..and anxieties which are the bitter fruit of a party too long in power.

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General Eisenhower : Report to the Nation from the Pentagon

Friday, February 02, 1951

A wall of security for the free world against communistic imperialism.

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[Korean War era newscast].

Friday, December 15, 1950

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Newscast from Dec 15, 1950:

Spot for Christmas Sales for the Blind. Artistic gifts made by "blind fingers".
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Eisenhower Address to Reserve Officers Association

Sunday, November 20, 1949

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General Eisenhower addresses the Reserve Officers Association, representing all services of the US military. Eisenhower focuses on the importance of preparedness for "the war we pray will never come."


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