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ItGoesAnonAnon Jul 7
Former Governor of Minnesota, Jesse Ventura, on the CIA infiltration in the government.
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Lisa Ling 📎 Jul 5
“A journalist, a publisher, has been labeled by the U.S. Government as an “Enemy of America.” Now that’s dangerous language with scary historical precedent in America and abroad.“
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Historygirl 23h
The Repair Shop is just the kind of television we need right now. The care, and love these wonderful talented people show for the items that they fix and restore is truly amazing.
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Carrying the Colors-Book Jul 7
Andrew Jackson Smith faced six death dealing cannon and thousands of Confederates and lived to win the Medal of Honor. Read the amazing story now.
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CapturedNews Shooter Jul 7
Camera crew wearing masks on the set of ‘The Unpardonable Sin’ made in 1919 during the spanish flu pandemic.
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Tennis Tweets 11h
By Courtesy: Zina Garrison: 'Even when I was world No 4 I still had no clothing deal'
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Rodney 🎾 11h
Interesting read and eye opener(for many) by
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Lisa Ling 📎 Jul 7
Pulling down statues? It’s a tradition that dates back to U.S. independence Enthusiasm for the American Revolution led colonists to burn, disfigure, and deface any symbol of Britain and its hated king.
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Today In History Jul 5
5 July 1975: U.S. player Arthur becomes the first black man to win .
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Today In History Jul 3
4 July 1776: The U.S. Continental adopts the Declaration of Independence. Declaring America’s from Great Britain.
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Reb Jul 7
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Mitch✌️☮️🇬🇧 ➡️ 🌺🧢 Jul 4
All this Christopher Columbus bs is stupid to me. Is Colombia going to have a name change? It is named after him after all 🇨🇴
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It's Just Me Jul 8
For those of you who don’t care about history, it matters. It allows for an opportunity to learn from it - is this you, Colin? 😳
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Hazardous Travels 8h
Only in Berlin it's possible that the former GDR state surveillance (Stasi) headquarters are nowadays the home of the archive of the GDR opposition.
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Historygirl Jul 5
The bikini goes on sale this day in 1946 after being modelled by Micheline Bernardini at the Molitor Pool in Paris. It was designed by Louis Réard and consisted of just 30 inches of fabric. The public didn't take to it at first , thinking it too risqué.
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Katie Donofrio Jul 7
It was a great day seeing lots of sights today. I hope he understands what we got to see today and will make it back again.
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Prashik Suryawanshi Jul 7
"Humans are mortal. So are ideas. An idea needs propagation, as much as plant needs watering. Otherwise both will wither and die".
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Lawnswood School 7h
On this day 9th July: in 1401 –Turkish-Mongol ruler Tamerlane (Timur) destroys Baghdad, killing 20,000. In which (modern day) country was he born? in 1937 – The artist David Hockney was born. Which Yorkshire city is he from?
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Seun Ogunbiyi Jul 6
This Yoruba trader must have been trading somewhere in Mali (Imale). This also explains the spread of Islam in the south west.
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Don Vermillion Jul 8
Strong point from . @ Wasaga Beach, Ontario
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