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U.S. Marines Pullout of Lebanon

1984

1984A

By Conrad, 'The Los Angeles Times', February, 1984

1984B

By Oliphant, 'The Washington Star', February 6, 1984

1984C

By Peter Brookes', 'The Times', London, February 20, 1984

Reagan vs. Assad

1984D

By Keith Waite, 'The Daily Mirror', February 21, 1984

The U.S. Navy bid farewell to Beirut with a parting bombardment volley of shells the size of Volkswagens.

1984E

By Auth, 'The Philadelphia Inquirer', February 21, 1984

1984F

By Benson, 'The Arizona Republic', February, 1984

1984G

By Peter Brookes, 'The Times', London, February 23, 1984

Reagan and Thatcher marching to the drumbeat towards the Person Gulf?

1984H

By Jak, 'The Evening Standard', March 26, 1984

Queen Elizabeth visits Amman, Jordan

1984I

By Jack Ohman, 'The Oregonian', April 26, 1984

Depicted: Colonel Gaddafi. During a demonstration outside the Libyan Embassy in London, a shot rang out from inside the Embassy and killed Yvonne Fletcher, a British police officer.

1984J

By Kal, 'The Observer', November 18, 1984

Ariel Sharon sues Time Magazine for libel over the Sabra and Shatila massacre.

War of the Tankers in the Persian Gulf

1984K

By John Wagner, Judge Dredd, creator

The hungry gulf crocodile

1984L

By Kal, 'The Observer', 1984

The Tanker War - Iraq and Iran attack each others oil tankers on their way to the Strait of Hermuz.

1984M

By Gamble, 'The Dallas Morning News', May 1,1984

As reported by Jane's Defence Weekly.

1984N

By Jack Ohman, 'The Oregonian', May, 1984

1984O

By Barling, 'The Christian Science Monitor', July, 1984

The Mines of August
Two dozen cargo ships were hit by mines in the Gulf of Suez. Egypt accuses Libya as the culprit. Libya denies the charges.

1984P

By Gorrell, 'The Richmond News Leader', July 6, 1984

Summer Olympics 1984, Los Angeles. Depicting: President Hafer al-Assad of Syria

1984Q

By Peter Brooks, 'The Times', London, October 30, 1984

Col. Gaddafi and Arthur Scargill, the British miners' union boss who led them to a nantional miner's strike.

1984R

By Benson, 'The Arizona Republic', October, 1984

Depicting: U.S. President Reagan and Israel Prime Minister Shimon Peres.