A new documentary features key witnesses to Ike’s war against Hitler and Nazi Germany
A new documentary from Starbright Media Corporation (SMC) on Dwight D. Eisenhower’s role in World War II is in the final stage of production. Entitled “IKE: The Making of an American Hero,” the two-hour program will be released in December 2018 to coincide with the 75th anniversary of his appointment by FDR as “Supreme Commander” for the invasion of Europe. This will be the 10th documentary about Eisenhower’s military and political careers produced by SMC since 1991. This new program will trace Ike’s rise from a low-level officer in a small peacetime American army to Supreme Allied Commander who led the fight to liberate western European from the control of Nazi Germany. As the great American military hero who defeated Hitler’s armies, “Ike” was able a few years to become the presidential candidate most Americans wanted to fight the “Cold War” against the Soviet Union.
The video introduction (above) is sponsored by The Dwight D. Eisenhower Society.