Eisenhower and intelligence

Bigelow, Michael E.
January 1991
Military Intelligence;Jan-Mar91, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p19
Describes General Dwight D. Eisenhower as a user of military intelligence in his campaigns in Europe during World War II. Lack of practical experience in intelligence before World War II; Lesson from the Battle of Kasserine Pass; Eisenhower's belief in the use of multiple sources; Intelligence collection effort for the invasion of France; Role of Kenneth W.D. Strong as Eisenhower's intelligence officer.


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