The Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum in Abilene has unveiled 25,000 square feet of new exhibits with technological components, artifacts and new stories that explore Eisenhower’s pre-WWII career assignments. One new interactive feature tells the story of “Becoming Ike and Mamie.” Another interactive helps visitors understand the impacts of the Cold War during the Eisenhower Administration. Using newly digitized and never-before-seen footage from the National Archives, new mini-theaters offer visitors the opportunity to hear Ike’s words firsthand on events and issues from D‑Day to world peace. (