Objects & Places from Eisenhower: Soldier and President

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Abliene, Kansas - 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.

Columbia University - This place was where Eisenhower worked when he decided to run for President.

The White House - This is where Eisenhower lived from 1952-1960.

Paris Summit - This place was where the Soviets walked out when an apology for spying with the U-2 plane was not offered.

Gettysburg Farm - This was a place for retirement as of 1960.

Walter Reed Memorial Hospital - This...

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