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Grenada and Lebanon

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C14159-28A, The Reagans honor the victims of the bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland. 04/23/1983.

C14165-16, The Reagans honor the victims of the bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland. 04/23/1983.

C17822-15, President Reagan talking to George Shultz and Robert McFarlane regarding the situation in Grenada at Eisenhower cabin, Augusta National Golf course in Georgia. 10/22/1983.

C17822-16, President Reagan talking to George Shultz regarding the situation in Grenada at Eisenhower cabin, Augusta National Golf course in Georgia. 10/22/1983.

C17824-5, President Reagan making an early morning telephone call to staff regarding the situation in Grenada at Eisenhower cabin, Augusta National Golf course in Georgia. 10/22/1983.

C17840-20A, President Reagan morning meeting with Senior Staff for National Security Planning Group meeting on Lebanon bombing in the situation room. 10/23/1983.

C17851-4A, President Reagan and Nancy Reagan, with George Shultz and Robert McFarlane, returning to the White House from Augusta, Georgia on Marine One. 10/23/1983.

C17851-15, President Reagan's remarks to the press regarding the bombing of the Marine Barracks in Beirut Lebanon on the South Lawn. 10/23/1983.

C17850-13A, President Reagan evening meeting with George Bush, Caspar Weinberger, George Shultz and other Senior Staff for National Security Planning Group meeting on Lebanon bombing in the situation room. 10/23/1983.

C17855-21, President Reagan holding a National Security Briefing with Robert McFarlane, John Poindexter, James Baker, Ed Meese, Michael Deaver, David Gergen, Larry Speakes, Richard Darman, Ken Duberstein, Craig Fuller, George Bush regarding the bombing of the Marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon. 10/24/1983.

C17911-7, President Reagan in a private briefing with Congressional Leadership Senator Howard Baker, Speaker Thomas (Tip) O'Neill, James Baker, Ken Duberstein and Michael Deaver regarding Grenada in the Yellow Oval Room. 10/24/1983.

C17901-17, General John Vessey discussing the situation in Grenada a group of bipartisan members of congress including Trent Lott and Dick Cheney in cabinet room. 10/25/1983.

C17901-23A, President Reagan meets with a group of bipartisan members of congress to discuss the situation in Grenada with Howard Baker, Thomas (Tip) O'Neill, Robert Michel and Trent Lott in cabinet room. 10/25/1983.

C17901-30A, President Reagan meets with Congress and Tip O'Neill and Robert Michel in the cabinet room on the invasion of Grenada. 10/25/1983.

C17902-6, President Reagan meets with Congress and Robert Michel, Tip O'Neill and Howard Baker in the cabinet room on the invasion of Grenada. 10/25/1983.

C17900-15, President Reagan meets with Prime Minister Eugenia Charles of Dominica on events in Grenada . (George Shultz and Robert McFarlane also visible) 10/25/1983.

C17903-4, George Shultz briefs President Reagan and a group of bipartisan members of Congress in the Cabinet Room on the situation in Grenada. 10/25/1983.

C17956-22, President Reagan drafts his speech to the Nation on Lebanon and Grenada in the oval office. 10/27/1983.

C17969-20, President Reagan gives address to the Nation on events in Lebanon and Grenada. 10/27/1983.

C18092-10, Nancy Reagan and Paul X. Kelley look on as President Reagan consoles a mourner during Memorial Service for servicemen killed and wounded in Lebanon and Grenada held at the Marine Headquarters Building at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. 11/04/1983.

C18099-12, President Reagan and Nancy Reagan attend Memorial Service for Lebanon and Grenada casualty victims, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. 11/04/1983.

C18095-4, President Reagan and Nancy Reagan attend Memorial Service for Lebanon and Grenada casualty victims, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. 11/04/1983.

C18101-16, President Reagan and Nancy Reagan attend Memorial Service for Lebanon and Grenada casualty victims, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. 11/04/1983.

C18103-27, President Reagan and Nancy Reagan attend Memorial Service for Lebanon and Grenada casualty victims, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. 11/04/1983.

C18106-17, President Reagan and Nancy Reagan attend Memorial Service for Lebanon and Grenada casualty victims, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. 11/04/1983.

C18108-11, President Reagan's Speech at Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station, North Carolina. 11/04/1983.

C18130-9, President Reagan speaking at a White House ceremony for Medical Students from St. George's School of Medicine in Grenada on south lawn. 11/07/1983.

C18140-12, President Reagan speaking at a White House ceremony for Medical Students from St. George's School of Medicine in Grenada on south lawn. 11/07/1983.

C18148-8, President Reagan speaking at a White House ceremony for Medical Students from St. George's School of Medicine in Grenada on south lawn. 11/07/1983.