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On This Day, February 10th

1. 1962: The real Spy vs. Spy It was on this date in 1962 that representatives from Russia and the United States met at…

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The Day Ed Sullivan First Introduced The Beatles Live On American Television

From 1948 until 1971, every Sunday night from 8-9 p.m. E.T. millions of Americans tuned into what many feel to be one of the…

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On This Day, February 7th

1. 1964: The Beatles American invasion begins Just six weeks after “I Want to Hold Your Hand” reached the top spot on U.S. charts,…

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On This Day, February 6th

1. 1891: The Dalton Gang attempt their first train robbery Lewis and Adeleine Dalton had ten sons that grew up on homesteads in Oklahoma…

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On This Day, February 3rd

1. 1959: The Day the Music died Just after midnight on this date in 1959, a small aircraft carrying three of the most popular…

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The First McDonald’s Opened In Moscow 27 Years Ago From Today

Even though McDonald’s first opened its doors in 1955, it wasn’t until January 31, 1990, that the Soviet Union got their first taste of…

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The Day That President Truman Announced The Development Of The H Bomb (VIDEO)

It was 67 years ago today that President Harry S. Truman announced to the American people his decision to support the development of the…

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That Time In WWII An Allied Bomber Captured A German Sub

The HMS Graph U-boat made a lovely addition to the British Royal Navy when they added her in September 1941. She wasn’t always a…

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The Bloody Sunday Incident of 1972

A peaceful protest against the British policy of internment of suspected Irish nationalists in Londonderry, Ireland, turns deadly when a Parachute Regiment of British…

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The Beatles Final Live Performance On A Rooftop In London

It was forty years ago today that the Fab Four – Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, and John Lennon – played a live…

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