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Untitled Document 1990 Iraq announces release of 330 French hostages
1984 NBC airs BBC footage of Ethiopian famine
1983 Suicide terrorist truck bomb kills 243 US personnel in Beirut
1981 US national debt hits $1 trillion
1980 Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin resigns, due to illness
1977 Panamanians vote 2:1 to approve the new Canal treaties
1973 Nixon agrees to turn over White House tape recordings to Judge Sirica
1970 Gary Gabelich sets auto speed record 622.4 mph (1,002 kph)
1968 Kip Keino (Kenya) wins gold medal for 1,500m (3 min 34.9 sec)
1962 USAF Major Robert A Rushworth takes X-15 to 40,800 m
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1 Robert Catesby was the leader of the Gunpowder Plot and not Guy Fawkes.
2 In spite of various theories nobody actually knows for sure the birth place of the Irish Patron saint St. Patrick.
3 Walter Raleigh was certainly not responsible for introducing either the potato or tobacco to England.
4 The Guillotine was actually invented in Halifax, West Yorkshire as far back as 1286.
5 Antonio Meucci invented the telephone (his idea was almost certainly stolen by Alexander Graham Bell).
6 Contrary to popular belief, Chop Suey actually is a Chinese dish and was definitely not invented in America.
7 Marie Antoinette never said 'Let Them Eat Cake'?
8 Although there is no outright proof, documentary evidence points firmly towards Richard Ameryk as being the person whom America was named after rather than the popular theory of Amerigo Vespucci.
9 Man did not evolve from monkeys or apes.
10 Kilts, Bag-Pipes, Whisky, Golf, Haggis, Porridge and Tartan did not originate in Scotland.
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Man on the Moon 1969
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Moon Landing - On July 20th 1969, 4 days after take off Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin touch down on the Moon. Michael Colllins the 3rd member of the crew remained in the capsule whilst Armstrong and Aldrin performed their historic walk on the moon with the now legendary quote 'it's one small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind. Further missions were made to the moon and Alan Sheperd famously played a few golf shots with a Wilson 6-Iron golf club.
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1 Industrial Revolution
2 The Great Plague
3 Sumerian Invention Of Writing
4 D-Day Landings
5 Fall of the Roman Empire
6 Landing on the Moon
7 Assasination of J.F.K
8 Egyptian Pyramids
9 Discovery of the New World
10 The Crusades
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