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President Dwight D. Eisenhower Trivia Quiz - Questions With Answers

 

Who was the 34th President of the United States?
A: Dwight D. Eisenhower.

What period was he in office?
A: January 20, 1953 – January 20, 1961

Who was Eisenhower’s Vice President?
A: Richard Nixon.

Who preceded Dwight as President of the U.S.?
A: Harry S. Truman.

Who succeeded Eisenhower as President of the U.S.?
A: John F. Kennedy.

What was Eisenhower’s birth name?
A: David Dwight Eisenhower.

On what date was Dwight Eisenhower born?
A: October 14, 1890.

Eisenhower was of what ancestry?
A: He was of Pennsylvania Dutch ancestry.

He attended and graduated from what school?
A: West Point.

After World War II, Eisenhower served as what?
A: Army Chief of Staff under President Harry S. Truman.

He then assumed the post of what at Columbia University?
A: President.

Who was Dwight’s father?
A: David Jacob Eisenhower, a college-educated engineer.

Who was Dwight’s mother?
A: Ida Elizabeth.

Where was Eisenhower born?
A:  In Denison, Texas.

He was the third of how many boys?
A: Seven.

In 1892, the family moved to Abilene, Kansas, which Eisenhower considered what?
A: His home town.

As a child, Ike was involved in an accident that cost his younger brother what?
A: An eye.

Eisenhower's mother had a collection of history books that first sparked Eisenhower's early and lasting interest in what?
A: Military history.

He persisted in reading the books in her collection and became a what?
A: A voracious reader in the subject.

Other favorite subjects early in his education were what?
A: Arithmetic and spelling.

His parents set aside specific times at breakfast and at dinner for what?
A: Daily family Bible reading.

Where did Eisenhower attended high school?
A: Abilene High School.

Dwight and his brother Edgar both wanted to attend college, but they lacked what?
A: The funds.

Edgar and Dwight made a pact to take alternate years at college while the other worked, in order to do what?
A: Pay the tuitions.

Edgar took the first turn at school, and Dwight was employed as what?
A: A night supervisor at the Belle Springs Creamery.

Edgar asked for a second year and what did Dwight do?
A: He consented and worked for a second year.

A friend "Swede" Hazlet was applying to the Naval Academy and urged Dwight to apply to the school because what?
A: No tuition was required.

Eisenhower requested consideration for either Annapolis or West Point with who?
A: His U.S. Senator, Joseph L. Bristow.

Eisenhower was among the winners of the entrance-exam competition, but he was beyond what?
A: The age limit for the Naval Academy.

Eisenhower was a five-star general in the what?
A:  United States Army during World War II.

He served as Supreme Commander of what?
A: The Allied Forces in Europe.

Eisenhower was the last U.S. President to have been born in the what?
A:  19th century.

Eisenhower entered the 1952 presidential race as a what?
A: Republican to counter the non-interventionism of Senator Robert A. Taft.

He launched the Interstate what?
A: Highway System.

Eisenhower sent federal troops to Little Rock, Arkansas, for the first time since Reconstruction to what?
A: Enforce federal court orders to desegregate public schools.

He also signed civil rights legislation in 1957 and 1960 to protect what?
A: The right to vote.

He implemented desegregation of the armed forces in what time period?
A: Two years.

How many appointments to the Supreme Court did he make?
A: Five.

He was the first term-limited president in accordance with what amendment?
A: The 22nd Amendment.

Eisenhower has consistently been ranked by scholars as one of the what?
A: Greatest U.S. Presidents.