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Ira C. Eaker Interview Details Washington, DC July 10, 1959
Summary of Topics Covered:
General. Eaker expresses his admiration for Marshall’s judicial temperament in dealing with all parties in D. C. – military and government. He discusses the decision to invade southern France and the use of the atom bomb. He also speaks of the necessary priority of Europe over the Pacific for equipment/supplies and whether the strategy should have been altered to stop the Russians.
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