Metz, Steven
February 1993
Eisenhower as Strategist: The Coherent Use of Military Power in ;2/1/1993, p1
The article discusses the abilities of former U.S. Army general Dwight D. Eisenhower as military strategist. He held different important positions as a military and war strategist for the U.S. The determination to master even unsavory tasks when duty demanded was an enduring trait of Eisenhower's character. But whether as Supreme Commander of Allied Forces, Chief of Staff of the Army, Eisenhower did not pursue strategic coherence in any sort of deliberate, planned fashion.


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