@ bilal a. What the hell ARE you talking about Bilal A. Not to rehash history here, but there was a devastating war in Europe. Germany was in ruins. Sure there were people who may have died of hunger (love using the word 'starvation' don't you, it has a suitably horrible sound to it), but when you use the word 'complicit' are you saying Eisenhower deliberately withheld food from the German people? Are you saying he denied requests to send in food aid? Disallowed trucks carrying food to pass into Germany?
As for Dresden, because of the lack of clarity in your writing I ask whether are you specifically referring to German citizens in Dresden who died of starvation post World War II, or are you writing about two separate events -- the bombing of Dresden, and the lack of food for the German people post World War II? Or perhaps are you playing the usual manipulative Zionist strategy to smear Eisenhower because he was in fact the last American president to stand up to the Zionists. Your smear hasn't worked with me, and I will tell you this -- Eisenhower, whatever his faults, and ALL have them, was a far better man than the vast majority of Zionist leaders.