40th POTUS Ronald Wilson Reagan was born on this day 1911.

Ten Notes On Ronald Reagan

1. Ronald Reagan was born on February 6th, 1911 in Tampico, Illinois. The Reagan’s lived in a series of towns before settling down in Dixon, Illinois in 1920. Ronald had a brother Neil [Moon} Something that many believe had a lot to do with Ronald Reagan’s personality was that his father was an alcoholic. Throughout his life it would be said that few people really knew Ronald Reagan. That there was always a part of him that he kept to himself and that had to do with growing up with an alcoholic father. As a boy he acquired the nickname “Dutch.” Reagan would be a lifeguard for 7 years and save 77 lives on the Rock River in his late teens-early 20’s.

2. Ronald Reagan was 6’1 blue eyes and brown hair. He was…

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