Dwight Eisenhower & Second World War

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MOSHE DAYAN: Moshe Dayan was born in Degania in 1915. He studied science at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Dayan helped form the Haganah underground militia and on the outbreak of the Second World War was imprisoned by the British authorities in Palestine. Dayan was released in 1941 and was recruited into the auxiliary force supporting the British Army in Syria. During the fighting Dayan was badly wounded and this resulted in him losing his left eye. The Jewish state of Israel was established on 14th May 1948 when the British mandate over Palestine came to an end. The neighbouring Arab states refused to recognize Israel and invaded the country on the 15th May. The war came to an end in March 1949. By the time the cease-fire took place Israel had increased the control of its land by a quarter. A close associate of David Ben-Gurion, Dayan was chief operations officer during the war. Dayan became Chief of Staff in 1953 and led the army during the Suez Crisis in 1956. On 29th October 1956, the Israeli Ar ...
Washington’s revenge The Dawn | M.J. Akbar WHEN Abraham Lincoln was told at the height of the devastating Civil War that his most successful general, Ulysses Grant, was drinking too much he wanted to know the brand of Grant’s favourite whisky so that he could send his general a few cases. Eight decades later, during the Second World War, rumour was rife that Dwight Eisenhower, commander of the European theatre of operations, was having an affair with the lady who drove his car. Censorship ensured that this never escaped the confines of coterie gossip. The American system, sensibly, might not care too much about peacetime generals but it protected its wartime commanders. Grant and Eisenhower went on to become elected presidents. Class-conscious Britain went a step further: it protected its losers as well, apart from offering huge financial bonuses to successful generals, not to mention the occasional elevation to prime minister to heroes like Wellington. Lord Cornwallis was not punished for losing the ...
In Houston, Texas Harwin Central Mall: The very first store that you come to when you walk from the lobby of the building into the shopping area had this sign posted on their door. The shop is run by Muslims. Feel free to share this with others. In case you are not able to read the sign below, it says, "We will be closed on Friday, September 11, to commemorate the martyrdom of Imam Ali." Imam Ali flew one of the planes into the twin towers. Nice, huh? Try telling me we're not in a Religious war! THIS HAS NOT BEEN AROUND.SO MAKE SURE IT DOES! PLEASE PASS THIS ON TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW AND HAVE THEM DO THE SAME! When I was a kid, I couldn't understand why Eisenhower was so popular. Maybe this will explain why. General Eisenhower Warned Us. It is a matter of history that when the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces, General Dwight Eisenhower, found the victims of the death camps he ordered all possible photographs to be taken, and for the German people from surrounding villages to be u ...
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