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Henry Ford II
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    (September 4, 1917-September 29, 1987)
    Son of Edsel Ford and Eleanor Clay
    Grandson of Henry Ford
    Briefly served the US Navy (1941 - 1943)
    President of Ford Motor Company (1945 - 1960)
    CEO of Ford Motor Company (1960 - 1979)
    Chairman of Ford Motor Company (1960 - 1980)
    He was an autocrat.
    He left Yale University to join Ford Motor Company.
    He introduced the biggest flop in Ford Motor Company's history, the Ford Edsel (named after his father).
    He fired Bunky Knudsen and forced Lee Iacocca to quit.
    When the United States entered WW II, he joined the US Navy Reserve. He was later dismissed so he can help Ford Motor Company's contribution to the war effort after his father's death.
    He put Ford Motor Company back on its track after the post war disarray.
    He tried to acquire Ferrari, but Enzo Ferrari changed his mind.
    He introduced the GT40 and it became the first American car to win the Le Mans 24 hour’s endurance race.

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