06APR 2020
When was the first moon landing 1969

When was the first moon landing 1969

Lunar landing operations for the Apollo 11 crew officially began around 9:27 a.m. July 20, when lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin crawled through a tunnel separating the command module Columbia from the lunar module, Eagle, to power on the lander. Four hours later, Buzz Aldrin and his commander, Neil Armstrong, stood in Eagle while it separated from Columbia. At the controls of Columbia…

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02APR 2020
Manhattan Project scientists Death

Manhattan Project scientists Death

The Dragon Bites Twice: “Tickling the Tail of the Dragon” First in August of 1945 and again in May of 1946, two Los Alamos, NM scientists, Harry Daghlian and Louis Slotin, were exposed to lethal doses of radiation while performing experiments to determine critical mass. These experiments, performed at…
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29MAR 2020
Did Pearl Harbor start WW2

Did Pearl Harbor start WW2

Pearl Harbor Naval Base, Hawaii, was attacked by Japanese torpedo and bomber planes on December 7, 1941, at 7:55 a.m. Hawaii time. The sneak attack sparked outrage in the American populace, news media, government and the world. On December 8, President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed the American Congress…
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25MAR 2020
Important Times in History

Important Times in History

Dolores Cannon’s career has spanned over 4 decades, during which time she has worked with thousands of clients in regressive hypnotherapy sessions. With over 17 published books on the subject, Dolores Cannon can easily be considered one of the world’s most sought after professionals in the field. Popular…
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21MAR 2020
American History to 1877 Timeline

American History to 1877 Timeline

By Tim Lambert COLONIAL AMERICA 1585 Walter Raleigh attempts to fund a colony in Virginia. An expedition is led by Richard Grenville. 1586 The colony is abandoned 1587 John White leads another attempt to establish a colony in Virginia. However the colonists mysteriously disappear. 1607 The Virginia Company…
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17MAR 2020
Vietnam War Miniatures

Vietnam War Miniatures

Warfighter Vietnam Dirty Little Wars: Border Incursion Ladies and Gentlemen, today we are proud to finally bring you our latest addition to the world of Warfighter. Containing 29 individual miniatures and a host of extra heads and basing effects for modification and modelling this blisters contents…
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13MAR 2020
Who Killed Abraham Lincoln?

Who Killed Abraham Lincoln?

John Wilkes Booth shot Abraham Lincoln on April 14, 1865, and questions arose almost immediately. Was Booth solely responsible for the assassination? Or was Booth simply a tool in a much larger conspiracy? Just who may or may not have been involved with Booth has been the subject of profound speculation…
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09MAR 2020
Pictures of American Revolutionary War

Pictures of American Revolutionary War

In 1864, 81 years after the American Revolutionary War, Reverend E. B. Hillard and two photographers embarked on a trip through New England to visit, photograph, and interview the six known surviving veterans. They were the last generation that was a living link with the time when the Americans achieved…
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05MAR 2020
Who Were Lewis and Clark?

Who Were Lewis and Clark?

Because the Corps of Discovery was as much an instrument of empire as it was a scientific journey, the Spanish and British were understandably not pleased with the American presence. The expedition was viewed as a threat to Spanish possessions in the west and for the British, it meant serious competition…
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