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Stephen Ambrose Writing Styles in Eisenhower: Soldier and President

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Perspective

This biography has the third person perspective of the author Stephen E Ambrose. Ambrose studied Eisenhower's life extensively. He has also written over two dozen history books, most of them dealing with Eisenhower. Ambrose was the founder of the Eisenhower Center, president of the National D-Day Museum in New Orleans.

This biography is written with the information Ambrose collected over his years of studying Eisenhower. Ambrose not only tells what Eisenhower's contributions were to his country during World War II and as President of the United States of America, but he also explains the thought process Eisenhower went through while making some of his most crucial decisions. Most of this information came from Eisenhower himself, while not all directly, some of the information came from papers Eisenhower left behind as well as letters to his wife and friends. Some of these papers are "The Papers of Dwight D...

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