Who is Ronald Reagan, The old cinema artist, 33. The governor of California (1967-1975) and the 40th president of the United States (1981-1989)
Ronald Wilson Reagan; On February 6, 1911, Nellie and John Reaga arrived in Tampico (Illinois) to the world. Graduating from Eureka College in 1932, Reagan worked as an announcer on the radio for 5 years and in 1937 he starred in his first film “Love Is on the Air.”
Reagan married actress Jane Wyman on January 26, 1940, marriage for nine years, divorce. His second marriage was on March 4, 1952 with another actress, Nancy Davis. Reagan, who made educational films for the US Air Force from 1942 to 1945, became president of the Association of Motion Picture Actors in 1947.
When the Casablanca film was filmed, Reagan was first considered for the role of Humphrey Bogart. Reagan, who was showing signs of entering politics in Hollywood, was always known by the Democratic Party. However, in 1962 the Republican Party passed.
Despite the propaganda of famous Hollywood stars in the California governor’s election, California’s mayor was elected in 1966. Demagrat Governor Edmund G. Pat Brown defeated Governor Reagan, leaving President Jimmy Carter behind in the 1980 presidential election. Reagan vowed on February 20, 1981, becoming the 40th president of the United States.
President Reagan was shot dead on March 30, 1981, at a meeting he attended in a hotel in Washington. On the day he vowed, the rescue of the Iranian hostage crisis and the rescue of an assassination attempt two months later led to the reinforcement of the image of the ‘hero’ from Hollywood. On November 6, 1984, Ronald Reagan, who was elected president for the second time, passed through former vice-president Walter Mondale with a big vote, turning it into communism and the USSR. He increased his expenditure on arming and developed the ‘Star Wars’ project at a cost that the USSR could not compete with. On the other hand, in 1985, the ruling USSR leader Mikhail Gorbachev unexpectedly established an affinity. The outcome of the Cold War in favor of Washington earned him the title of ‘the leader of the USSR’.
Reagan left a retirement in February 1989 after the second presidential term had expired, as he was unable to become a presidential candidate again, according to the constitution. Instead, he was elected President of the Republican Party candidate George Bush who made his vice-president. Thus, for the first time since the end of the Second World War (and up to now) the candidate of the same party in the United States has been elected three times in a row. Ronald Reagan became the longest living president of the United States.
Ronald Reagan, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s on 5 November 1994, died on 5 June 2004.
Significant Events of the Reagan
When Ronald Reagan was president, Sandra Day appointed O’Connor as the first female judge of the Supreme Court.
Reagan made more than 11 air traffic controllers who greeted him in August 1981 against the National Aviation Administration.
In 1982, Reagan backed British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the 74-day war Britain had with Argentina.
In 1983, the US invaded this country after a leftist coup in the Caribbean islands.
Reagan Reagan meets in Geneva in 1985 with Mikhail Gorbachev, leader of the Soviet Union, describing this meeting as a “new beginning” in US-Soviet relations.
The German capital bombed the US warplanes, Libya’s Tripoli and Benghazi cities on the death of two American soldiers and one Turkish woman in a bombed attack in Berlin in 1986.
In 1986, the US-Soviet Union summit was held in Iceland. The summit was considered a strategic defense initiative known as the Star Wars, a reduction of arms, and Reagan’s suggestion.
Reagan was in trouble with the “Irangate” scandal that broke out in November 1986. Some senior executives were charged with selling weapons to Iran, and Reagan later explained that the sale of weapons was a “mistake”. It turns out that about $ 30 million from the sale was transferred to Nicaragua.
During the US-Soviet summit in Washington in 1987, Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev signed an agreement on the destruction of medium-range nuclear weapons.