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Perched atop a hill with sweeping views of the southland, the Reagan Library is one of California's most beautiful and unique destinations. View Air Force One, recreations of the White House's Oval Office, a piece of the Berlin Wall, and many more.
Reagan challenges Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall In one of his most famous Cold War speeches, President Ronald Reagan challenges Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall .
The Berlin Wall and Ronald Reagan have a long and intertwined history. It is only proper for history to recall that it all began during Reagan ’s first presidential campaign, on May 15, 1967.
Tear down this wall!" is a line from a speech made by U.S. President Ronald Reagan in West Berlin on Friday, June 12, 1987, calling for the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev, to open up the barrier which had divided West and East Berlin since 1961.
President Ronald Reagan delivers this memorable speech at the Brandenburg Gate. Excerpt taken from Great Speeches Volume 23 from Educational Video Group, Inc ...
Reagan and the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Nov 10th, 2009 3 min read. ... Edwin Meese III serves as Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow Emeritus at The Heritage Foundation.
C41251-13A, President Reagan, with Chancellor Kohl and Eberhard Diepgen, arriving to give a speech at the Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate, Federal Republic of Germany. 6/12/87. C41244-9, President Reagan giving a speech at the Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate, Federal Republic of Germany. 6/12/87.
Ruwe Terrace Featuring the Berlin Wall. Standing nine-foot tall and overlooking a panoramic vista that opens to the Pacific Ocean, the Berlin Wall is located on the western face of the Library on the Ruwe Terrace. Adjacent to the Ruwe Terrace is the Library's West Lawn - a replica of the White House South Lawn. ... Ronald Reagan Presidential ...
This speech by President Ronald Reagan to the people of West Berlin contains one of the most memorable lines spoken during his presidency. The Berlin Wall, referred to by the President, was built by Communists in August 1961 to keep Germans from escaping Communist-dominated East Berlin into Democratic West Berlin.