John Sheldon Doud (born August 3, 1922) – soldier, diplomat, author. Born in Denver, CO, he graduated from West Point in 1944 and earned a master's degree in English literature from Columbia University in 1950. After retiring from a military career (1944–1963), he was appointed ambassador to Belgium (1969–1971) by Richard Nixon. He has written three books: an account of the Battle of the Bulge: The Bitter Woods (1969); Strictly Personal (1974); Allies: Pearl Harbor to D-Day (1982).
Washington Post, Sunday, December 22, 2013): John Eisenhower, Ike's son and historian dies.
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Associated Press - John Sheldon Doud Eisenhower, born Denver, Aug 3, 1922, died Dec 21, 2013 in Trappe, Talbot County, MD. He is survived by his second wife, Joanne, and his four children: daughters Anne, Susan and Mary,and son David who married President Richard Nixon's daughter Julie.