Raised in the small town of Abilene, Kansas, Dwight Eisenhower grew from humble beginnings to lead the allied victory over Germany and serve two successful terms as President of the United States. As Allied Commander, he made the momentous decision to launch the D-Day assault that led to ultimate victory in the war in Europe. As President, though not without mistakes and controversy, he presided over eight years of peace and prosperity. Blaine Davies explores the life of this remarkable man that played such a key role destroying Nazi tyranny and leading the free world through some of the most perilous years of the Cold War.