Michael Reagan, founder of the Reagan Legacy Foundation will be in Berlin, Germany on Friday to present an exhibit honoring his father, Ronald W. Reagan. There will be a new permanent exhibit on display at the Checkpoint Charlie Museum. This event will be taking place 22 years to the day after Reagan’s "Tear Down this Wall" speech. Michael Reagan will be contributing several belongings of the 40th President of the United States.
How appropriate that this exhibit honoring Reagan would be opened during the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall. Reagan’s steadfast opposition to communism came to fruition with the freedom of East Germany and the freedom celebrated in nations all across Europe.
The Reagan Legacy Foundation says about the project’s purpose, "…monument to Pres. Reagan’s legacy to ending the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union. The project’s goal is to honor Pres. Reagan and to educate the about his great contributions to the reunification of Germany."
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