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CIRCA 2021 U.S. Navy FA-18E Super Hornet , French Marine Nationale Dassault Rafale fighter jets, and USS Dwight Eisenhower.
CIRCA 1959 - Prime Minister Nehru brings President Eisenhower to the Taj Mahal.
CIRCA 1956 - President Eisenhower and the First Lady wave to supporters from Walter Reed Hospital, where he is recovering.
CIRCA 1950s - President Eisenhower welcomes many international leaders to the White House.
CIRCA 1950s - A montage of President Eisenhower's National Defense policy in action.
CIRCA 1945 - General Eisenhower gives a speech thanking American soldiers and servicewomen for their work in forcing Nazi Germany to surrender
CIRCA 1956 - A montage shows the myriad ways American standards of living have improved under President Eisenhower.
CIRCA 1950s - President Eisenhower holds a press conference on disarmament (narrated in 1956).
CIRCA 1950s - President Eisenhower and Secretary Dulles meet Premier Bulganin and Nikita Khrushchev
CIRCA 1952 - General Eisenhower and Senator Kefauver come out on top as the Republican and Democrat nominees for president
CIRCA 1953 - The Department of Health, Education and Welfare is opened under the Eisenhower administration (narrated in 1956).
CIRCA 1956 - President Eisenhower shares his faith in God in a reelection campaign ad.
CIRCA 1954 - Michigan's Senator Ferguson and Canadian Ambassador Heeney are on hand as President Eisenhower signs the St. Lawrence Bill into law.
CIRCA 1953 - Dwight Eisenhower is sworn in as President, and in his inaugural address speaks on the importance of reducing armaments
CIRCA 1950s - President Eisenhower passes legislation such as the Seaway Act
CIRCA 1966 - Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower quietly observe their golden wedding anniversary at home.
1945 - Nazi General Alfred Jodl and US Army General Walter Bedell Smith sign the papers making Nazi Germany's unconditional surrender official.
CIRCA 1944 - General Eisenhower and other allied officers plan the D-Day attack, while German officers use slave labor.
CIRCA 1940s - The allies storm the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, and a year later the Nazis surrender to General Eisenhower's troops.
CIRCA 1957 - President Eisenhower and Prime Minister Ben-Gurion give their approval of the IDF's withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.
CIRCA 1944 - Generals Eisenhower and Montgomery plan the D-Day attack, and allied planes bomb occupied France (narrated in 1963).
CIRCA 1950 - Steel sheets are packaged and delivered to another factory, where they are cut and molded into saucepans.
CIRCA 1953 - American soldiers come home when the Korean War ends. Secretary Dulles meets with other western leaders, including Winston Churchill.
CIRCA 1945 - General Jodl and General "Beetle" Smith sign documents pertaining to Germany's unconditional surrender
CIRCA 1959 - President Eisenhower takes Nikita Khrushchev on a helicopter ride in Marine One over Washington DC.
CIRCA 1959 - Nikita Khrushchev is met by President Eisenhower and Vice President Nixon at the White House in Washington DC.
CIRCA 1960 - President de Gaulle visits with President Eisenhower at the White House, lays a wreath by the monument of Lafayette.
CIRCA 1950s - President Dwight Eisenhower gives a speech having been chosen as supreme commander of the NATO organization in the 1950s.
CIRCA 1955 - President Eisenhower helps launch charity drives for children with cancer.
CIRCA 1954 - President Eisenhower receives the Grand Order of the Cross of the Holy Sepulcher from Greek Orthodox leader Archbishop Michael.
CIRCA 1954 - President Eisenhower makes remarks on World Prayer to the Church Council.
1945 - President Truman meets with General Eisenhower on the USS Augusta en route to Antwerp, Belgium.
CIRCA 1957 - Dr. Milton Eisenhower presents a million and a half dollar contribution from the US to aid the inter-American campaign fighting malaria.
CIRCA 1953 - President Eisenhower urges Americans to donate to the Red Cross.
CIRCA 1953 - Senator McCarthy contends that despite Dwight Eisenhower's hopes and President Truman's denials, communism is a hot issue.
CIRCA 1953 - President Eisenhower presents a portrait he did of golfer Bobby Jones to the athlete himself.
CIRCA 1961 - JFK is sworn in as President of the United States, and later meets with President de Gaulle in France an Nikita Khrushchev in Vienna.
CIRCA 1945 - The Allied Control Commission for Germany sign the agreement for controlling postwar Germany.
CIRCA 1953 - Canadian Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent is met at the Washington Airport by Vice President Nixon and Secretary Dulles.
CIRCA 1962 - The Eisenhowers visit Chancellor Adenauer in Bonn, Germany.
CIRCA 1960 - Richard Nixon is seen with President Eisenhower before they go to Chicago, Illinois for the Republican National Convention.
CIRCA 1960 - President Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower arrives at the Republican National Convention in Chicago, Illinois.
CIRCA 1960 - Richard Nixon is seen with his running mate Henry Cabot Lodge and President Eisenhower, and is shown on a past visit to Warsaw.
1960 - Americans head to the voting booths to elect a president on election day, including the Eisenhowers.
CIRCA 1959 - Argentina's President Frondizi and his wife Elena Faggionato are met by President Eisenhower and Secretary of State Dulles.
CIRCA 1957 - At the White House in Washington DC, President Eisenhower appoints officials.
CIRCA 1945 - A special homecoming parade and ceremony is held for General Eisenhower in his hometown of Abilene, Kansas.
CIRCA 1950s - Americans stay involved with world affairs through the UN and voting, especially for President Eisenhower.
CIRCA 1960s - Violence and resistance to integrated education exemplified at Little Rock, Arkansas, during the Civil Rights Movement.
CIRCA 1962 - JFK holds an informal, poolside meeting with the former President Eisenhower.
1960 - Crowds cheer the Kennedys after JFK has been elected, and the Nixons shake hands with the crowd as JFK meets with President Eisenhower.
CIRCA 1959 - President Eisenhower signs the proclamation declaring Alaska the 49th state of America, and new American flags are manufactured.
CIRCA 1945 - President Eisenhower gives remarks honoring American GI's as the real heroes of the war.
CIRCA 1953 - President Eisenhower is sworn in by Chief Justice Vinson as President of the United States, and huge crowds cheer.
CIRCA 1957 - British cutler Peter Roberts presents President Eisenhower with a chest of finely crafted silverware.
CIRCA 1950s - People get shots to prevent the polio outbreak in 1956.
CIRCA 1950s - Dwight Eisenhower addresses his supporters before the results of the 1953 presidential election come in.
CIRCA 1950s - Dwight Eisenhower campaigns in his Kansas hometown, then speaks at the Republican National Convention of 1952.
CIRCA 1957 - A young disabled boy gives a bouquet of Easter lilies to First Lady Mamie Eisenhower on the steps of the White House in Washington DC.
CIRCA 1940s - General Eisenhower meets with his lieutenants after their successful invasion of occupied France in 1944.
CIRCA 1960 - Khrushchev and Eisenhower arrive in Paris for summit talks, but Khrushchev refuses to engage.
CIRCA 1957 - Brazil's Lieutenant General Octavio Mazzo is welcomed at the Washington DC National Airport.
POV fighter jet takeoff. FA-18 takeoff from aircraft carrier. POV with natural audio.
CIRCA 1956 - The Morgan State Bears play the North Carolina Wolfpack in a football game at the Morgan State College Stadium, and President Eisenhower throws out the first pitch in a baseball game
The Pegasus Bridge and the Ranville Bridge in Europe, France, Normandy, towards Caen, Ranville, in summer, on a sunny day.
The Merville battery facing the Orne bay in Europe, France, Normandy, towards Caen, Ouistreham, in summer, on a sunny day.
CIRCA 1945 - General Simpson bids farewell to General Eisenhower in Julich, Germany, and Eisenhower boards an L-5 plane.
1960 - Nikita Khrushchev denounces Prime Minister Macmillan at the UN General Assembly.
1960 - A USAF U-2 jet is downed over Soviet territory, leading to the trial of pilot Francis Powers and Nikita Khrushchev refusing to join Presidents.
CIRCA 1953 - A farmer shows his dry land decimated by a drought in the Dust Bowl region of America.
Washington, DC - USA - April 13 2022: The Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial in downtown Washington, DC, a site honoring the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces in during World War II  and  President.
CIRCA 1950 - General Eisenhower visits NATO countries in Europe to ask what they could contribute to a NATO army.
CIRCA 1940s - Defense plants spring up across the country as American joins WWII, and American soldiers fight in Africa.
CIRCA 1944 - French General Bouscat presents General Eisenhower with a liaison airplane near Paris, France.
CIRCA 1944 - General Eisenhower meets with Generals Simpson and Bradley to visit XIX Corps Headquarters.
CIRCA 1945 - The Allied Control Council, consisting of Generals Eisenhower, Montgomery, Zhukov, and de Tassigny, meet with General Clay.
CIRCA 1945 - Members of the Allied Control Council meet in Berlin, including Generals Eisenhower, Montgomery, Zhukov and de Tassigny.
CIRCA 1945 - The Allied Control Council convenes in Berlin, including Generals Eisenhower, Montgomery, Zhukov and de Tassigny.
CIRCA 1944 - General Eisenhower speaks with enlisted men at the border of Germany and Holland.
CIRCA 1945 - General Eisenhower leads an inspection of Russian troops.
CIRCA 1945 - General Eisenhower confers with Marshal Montgomery.
CIRCA 1960s - The town of Abilene, Kansas is presented, as well as one of its chapels. Two boys go into the Eisenhower museum in the 1960s.
1950s: Titles. Dwight Eisenhower riding farm equipment through crowd. Crowd of press. Eisenhower shakes hands with woman. Girls wearing helmets. Eisenhower with family at table. Eisenhower talking.
CIRCA 1950s - A helicopter lands at the White House and President Dwight Eisenhower is shown signing a document at a press conference.
CIRCA 1935 - During the Great Depression, Congress and FDR help to bring about the Social Security administration (narrated in 1960).
CIRCA 1920s - Footage from President Hoover's inauguration day in 1929.
CIRCA 1920s - Highlights are shown from President Hoover and FDR's inaugural speeches, including FDR's "we have nothing to fear but fear itself".
CIRCA 1950s - A documentary on Dwight D. Eisenhower's campaign for President of the United States
1940s: Dwight D. Eisenhower, Trafford Leigh-Mallory, Bertram Ramsay, Bernard Montgomery and allied generals sit around a conference table. Eisenhower looks at a note and tucks it in his pocket.
The landing beach of Sword beach in Lion-sur-Mer by the Channel Sea in Calvados, Normandy, France and in summer.
1950s: Russia launches the first artificial earth satellite, Sputnik 1, and Americans, including Dwight David Eisenhower and Richard Milhous Nixon, meet to discuss the future of spaceflight, in 1957.
The bay of the Orne in Ouistreham at the edge of the Channel Sea in Calvados, in Normandy, in France and in summer.
Washington, DC - USA - February 11 2022: The D-Day, World War II sculpture within the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial. The camera pans from left to right.
CIRCA JULY 2009: Fighter plane takes off. U.S.S Dwight D. Eisenhower Aircraft carrier.
CIRCA 1956 - A packed stadium at the Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California watches USAF airmen participate in the Olympic track and field tryouts.
CIRCA 1938 - In this animated film, caricatured African-American angels sing and dance between the covers of The Green Pasture on a library shelf.
CIRCA 2020 - Establishing shot of personnel in the Combined Space Operations Center at Vandenberg AFB, California.
1940s: Dwight Eisenhower at table with officers. Eisenhower with Bernard Montgomery, pan to Arthur Tedder. Officers at table. Close up of Eisenhower.
CIRCA 1951 - General Eisenhower and Dutch officials visit Keukenhof to see the tulips in bloom.
CIRCA 1951 - General Eisenhower inspects the Royal Grenadier Honor Guard with Vice Admiral van Holthe at the Amsterdam Airport.
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