Eisenhower Administration

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Jacobo Árbenz - Coup D’état
... of President Juan José Arévalo Bermejo but it was not until the Eisenhower Administration (1953–61) that the CIA received attention from the White House ... In 1954, the Eisenhower Administration was flushed with victory, from the 1953 Iranian coup d'état that deposed the Government of PM Mossadegh ... The Eisenhower Administration ordered the CIA to effect Operation PBSUCCESS, the coup d'état to depose the Árbenz Government of Guatemala ...
James H. Douglas, Jr. - Eisenhower Administration
... Douglas quickly became was one of President Eisenhower key military advisors ... In May 1957, President Eisenhower appointed him as the fifth Secretary of the Air Force ... Deputy Secretary of Defense until the close of the Eisenhower Administration in January 1961 ...
Lawrence Walsh - Eisenhower Administration
... Eisenhower to a newly created seat on the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York ...
Joseph McCarthy - United States Senate - McCarthy and Eisenhower
... During the 1952 presidential election, the Eisenhower campaign toured Wisconsin with McCarthy ... In a speech delivered in Green Bay, Eisenhower declared that while he agreed with McCarthy's goals, he disagreed with his methods ... In draft versions of his speech, Eisenhower had also included a strong defense of his mentor, George Marshall, which was a direct rebuke of McCarthy's ...
Presidency Of Dwight D. Eisenhower - Presidency 1953–1961 - Foreign Affairs
... Eisenhower's presidency was dominated by the Cold War, the prolonged confrontation with the Soviet Union which had begun during Truman's term of office ... When Joseph Stalin died, Eisenhower sought to extend an olive branch to the new Soviet regime in his "Chance for Peace speech", but continued turmoil in ... In 1953 Eisenhower opened relations with Spain under Fascist leader Francisco Franco ...

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    May we never confuse honest dissent with disloyal subversion.
    —Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890–1969)