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Eisenhower: Soldier and President Setting & Symbolism

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Abliene, Kansas

Abilene, Kansas is where Eisenhower and his family lived from the time he was a young boy until he went to West Point.

West Point Military Academy

West Point is where Eisenhower went to college.

Fort Sam Houston, Texas

This is where Eisenhower is first assignment after he graduates from West Point. This is also where he meets his soon to be wife, Mamie. His first son, Icky is born here. The Eisenhowers move back to Fort Sam in 1940 when Eisenhower receives both of his promotions one to Colonel and then to Brigadier General.

Panama Canal Zone

Eisenhower goes to the Panama Canal as an assistant to MacArthur to help Quezon build his army and balance his budget.

Camp Meade, Maryland

Eisenhower is stationed here to run the 301st Tank Battalion.

Columbia University

Eisenhower was the President of Columbia upon his return from World War II...

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