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Dwight D. Eisenhower Signed 4.25x6.25 Envelope Postmarked Oct 2, 1942 BAS Slab


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This Autographed 4.25x6.25 Envelope Postmarked October 2, 1942 has been Personally Signed by Dwight D. Eisenhower. This item is 100% Authentic, it comes slabbed and authenticated by Beckett Authentication Services. The authenticity can be verified on Beckett Authentication Services website. Hand addressed and free franked envelope, measuring 6.25" x 4.25", Washington, D.C., postmarked October 2, 1942. Full signature in addressing the letter to his wife, "Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower" at the Woodman Park Hotel. Marked "Free" at the top right corner. Machine cancelled. On verso, the envelope is marked "Headquarters United States Army Forces in the British Isles." The signature at the return address at the top left corner is not in Eisenhower's hand. Signed by Eisenhower just one month before his appointment as Supreme Commander Allied Expeditionary Force of the North African Theater of Operations (NATOUSA). He oversaw the planning and execution of the invasion of North Africa, codenamed Operation Torch, which took place over the course of the end of 1942-1943. He later planned and supervised the successful Normandy invasion. After the war, he served as Army Chief of Staff (1945–1948), as president of Columbia University (1948–1953), and as the first Supreme Commander of NATO (1951–1952), before becoming the 34th President of the United States.
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