This place was where Eisenhower lived from his youth until he went to college.
West Point Military Academy
This place was known for military training.
Fort Sam Houston, Texas
This place was where Eisenhower met his wife and had his first son.
Panama Canal Zone
This place was where an army was built and a budget was balanced.
Camp Meade, Maryland
This was the place where the 301st Tank Battalion's leader was stationed.
This place was where Eisenhower worked when he decided to run for President.
The White House
This is where Eisenhower lived from 1952-1960.
This place was where the Soviets walked out when an apology for spying with the U-2 plane was not offered.
This was a place for retirement as of 1960.
Walter Reed Memorial Hospital
This is where Eisenhower gave Nixon a pre-convention endorsement for presidency.
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