Ronald W. Reagan (1981 – 1989)
Ronald W. Reagan
Signature of President Reagan
Born: February 6, 1911, in Tampico, Illinois
Died: June 5, 2004, in Bel-Air, California
Spouse: Nancy Davis Reagan

"Our program features two unique film and video collections that bookend President Reagan's career. In his early 30s, Ronald Reagan starred in U.S. Army Air Corps training films, including For God and Country, Jap Zero, and Rear Gunner. And during his presidency, he had an in-house White House TV camera crew following him where broadcast cameras were not allowed. Eavesdrop on history as we take you inside the Reagan White House for never before aired scenes with our nation's 40th president."

--Richard Norton Smith

Reagan White House Diaries
Ronald Reagan's White House diaries are not currently available to researchers. In 2007, an edited version of the diaries was published by historian Douglas Brinkley. All five volumes of Reagan's diaries are expected to be published in late 2008. The diary entries listed under Featured Documents are courtesy of the Ronald Reagan Library.

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Trip to West Germany—The Reagans Arrive at the Berlin Wall  
   
White House Television (WHTV) Footage of President Reagan at Rancho Del Cielo  
   
For God & Country—U.S. Army Air Corps Training Film  
   
Rear Gunner—U.S. Army Air Corps Training Film  
   
1980 Reagan-Bush Debate in Houston, Texas  
   
White House Television (WHTV) Footage of Reagan Hosting Radio Show From Camp David  
   
President Reagan's Remarks on the 40th Anniversary of D-Day—Point Du Hoc, Normandy, France    
   
President Reagan Meets with Caroline Kennedy and JFK Jr. in Oval Office  
   
President Reagan's Trip To Geneva  
   
Venice Economic Summit—President Reagan on the Grand Canal  
   
President Reagan Addresses a Joint Session of Congress - Economic Recovery  
   
State Visit by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher of United Kingdom  
   

             

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