Ronald Reagan Timeline

Ronald Reagan Timeline
Short Biography of President Ronald Reagan
Lifespan: 1911 – 2004
Born on 2/6/1911, in Tampico, Illinois
Ronald Reagan died on June 5, 2004 in Los Angeles, California
Fortieth President of America - His term in office was from 1981 to 1989
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Why was Ronald Reagan famous?
Ronald Reagan was famous as the fortieth President of the United States of America. His domestic policies encouraged entrepreneurship and his presidency saw substantial economic recovery. His foreign policies were heavily anti-communist and he encouraged new defence technology so that the US could confront the Soviet Union and its allies. He is particularly remembered for forging a strong relationship with Britain.

  1911Ronald Reagan was born on 2/6/1911, in Tampico, Illinois 
     
  1932Ronald Reagan was educated at Eureka College (1932) 
     
  1939Germany invades Poland; World War II begins. Gerald Ford was in the military during WWII 
     
  1940Married to his first wife, Jane Wyman in 1940 but divorced in 1948. 
     
  1941Attack on Pearl Harbor
U.S. enters World War II. Ronald Reagan was in the military during WWII.
 
     
  1945Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Germany and Japan surrender, ending World War II
 
     
  1946The Cold War began between the United States and the Soviet Union 
     
  1950Senator Joseph McCarthy gains power and start Communist witch hunts (1950-1954)
Korean War begins
 
     
  1952Ronald Reagan married his second wife, Nancy Davis,  on March 4, 1952   
     
  1953Armistice in Korea 
     
  1954SEATO alliance 
     
  1955Warsaw Pact 
     
  1957Civil Rights Act of 1957
Russians launch Sputnik
 
     
  1958NASA formed 
     
  1959Cuban Revolution 
     
  1960Greensboro sit-in
Civil Rights Act of 1960
 
     
  1961Peace Corps
Vietnam War officially begins with 900 military advisors landing in Saigon
OPEC formed
 
     
  1962Cuban Missile Crisis 
     
  1963President J Kennedy assassinated
March on Washington; Martin Luther King, Jr. "I have a dream" speech
 
     
  1964Civil Rights Act of 1964 
     
  1968Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy assassinated
Civil Rights Act of 1968
 
     
  1969Vietnam
Neil Armstrong walks on the moon
 
     
  1972Watergate burglary
Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty with USSR
 
     
  1973Skylab first space station launched 
     
  1974Richard Nixon resigns Presidency over Watergate 
     
  1979Three Mile Island nuclear accident
1979 - Iran hostage crisis begins
 
     
  19811981 Ronald Reagan became the President of the United States of America 
     
  1981Attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan by John Hinckley 
     
  19831983 - Granada invasion 
     
  1985Iran-Contra Scandal (1985-89)
Glasnost with the Soviet Union (1985-1991)
 
     
  1987Stark incident in Gulf War (1987) 
     
  19891989 The Presidency of Ronald Reagan ended 
     
  2004He died of pneumonia on June 5, 2004 in Los Angeles, California. His seven-day state funeral followed and he was buried in Simi Valley. 
     
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