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Crusade in Europe

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Crusade in Europe
CrusadeInEurope.jpg
First US edition
AuthorDwight D. Eisenhower
SubjectEuropean Theater during World War II
GenreAutobiography
PublisherDoubleday (US)
Heinemann (UK)
Publication date
1948
Pagesxiv, 559 pages
ISBN080185668X
OCLC394251
LC ClassD743.E35 1948

Crusade in Europe is a book of wartime memoirs by General Dwight D. Eisenhower published by Doubleday in 1948. Maps were provided by Rafael Palacios.

Crusade in Europe is a personal account by one of the senior military figures of World War II. It recounts his appointment by General George Marshall to plan the defense of the Philippines and continues to describe his appointment, and execution of the role of Supreme Allied Commander in Northern Europe.

Eisenhower's profit on the book was substantially aided by an unprecedented ruling by the Treasury Department that Eisenhower was not a professional writer, but rather, marketing the lifetime asset of his experiences, and thus only had to pay capital gains tax on his $635,000 advance rather than the much higher personal tax rate. The ruling saved Eisenhower approximately $400,000.[1]

TV series

In 1948, Twentieth Century Fox obtained the exclusive rights to create a television series called Crusade in Europe, based on the 1948 book, Crusade in Europe written by Dwight D. Eisenhower and published by Doubleday. Produced as part of The March of Time, the 26-episode TV series showed World War II film footage from the US military and other sources, with a voice soundtrack based on a narration of the book. It aired from May to October 1949.

Crusade in Europe was the first extensive documentary series for television. Aired on ABC, the series received a Peabody Award and one of the first Emmy Awards (Best Public Service, Cultural or Educational Program).[2]

The TV series was the subject of a U.S. copyright and trademark lawsuit filed in 1998. On appeal, in Dastar Corp. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp., 539 U.S. 23 (2003), the Supreme Court of the United States ruled on a narrow issue involving the applicability of the Lanham Act to works in the public domain.

Home media

Crusade in Europe was released on Region 1 DVD October 4, 2011, by MPI Home Video.[3]

References

  1. ^ Pietrusza, David, 1948: Harry Truman's Victory and the Year That Transformed America, Union Square Punlishing, 2011, pg. 201
  2. ^ Cook, Bruce, "Whatever Happened to Westbrook Van Voohis?" American Film, March 1977
  3. ^ "Crusade in Europe". MPI Home Video. Retrieved 2014-12-12.

External links

Copy of Book on the Internet Archive.

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