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Working Class History Mar 20
20 March 1911, women at the Singer factory went on strike after popularizing the slogan "an injury to one is an injury to all" in a non-union factory. They triggered a decade of class struggle that became known as "Red Clydeside"
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Yad Vashem Mar 23
Jozef & Wiktoria Ulma risked their lives to hide a Jewish family during the Holocaust. 23-24 March 1944 the German police found the in hiding. The Jewish family was shot, as was the entire Ulma family. Wiktoria was 7 months pregnant at the time
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TheMcWhineyGroup 36s
Little Wolf “the greatest of the fighting Cheyenne” surrenders to his friend Lieutenant W. P. Clark not his day in history. Little Wolf was the chief of the Bowstring Soldiers, an elite Cheyenne military society. Little Wolf led dozens of important Cheyenne victories.
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Doctor Who Official 3h
Remembering Patrick Troughton, born in 1920 💙💙
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Latvian Embassy UK 8h
in 1949 Soviet occupation forces in the Baltic States deported more than 90 000 innocent civilians- families, children - to perish in Siberia. Admirers of Soviet ‘achievements’ and communism should visit Baltics for a reality check.
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History Pod Mar 23
24th March 1721: Bach dedicates the Brandenburg Concertos
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John Thor Ewing Mar 20
20 March 1815: Having escaped captivity on the island of Elba, Napoleon has gathered an army and re-enters Paris, marking the start of the 'Hundred Days' which will culminate in the Battle of Waterloo, the restoration of monarchy and Napoleon's exile on St Helena.
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Robert McNees Mar 23
The mathematician Emmy Noether was born in 1882. She made groundbreaking advances in abstract algebra, and her eponymous theorems articulated the deep connection between symmetries and conserved quantities in physics. Image: Public domain (photographer unknown)
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Today In History Mar 23
23 Mar 1919: Benito establishes what would become the National Party in , . At first, the group consisted of just 200 members.
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New York Times OTD Mar 22
The front page in 2010. The House of Representatives passes the Affordable Care Act.
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Tides Of History 9h
1999. First Nato air strikes on Yugoslavia. Blair defends the attack as "the right thing to do" to stop the Serbs' "vile oppression" of Kosovo Albanians. "There are times when we have to stand up and fight for peace”
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Canada Mar 23
in 1998, 🇨🇦 director James Cameron’s Titanic won 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture. Quebec native Céline Dion also took home the Best Original Song Oscar for the now-classic My Heart Will Go On!
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Working Class History Mar 15
16 Mar 1949 brick factory worker Maria Margotti was killed by Carabinieri - Italian military police - when they opened fire with machine guns as she stood on a picket line of agricultural workers attempting to stop scabs replacing the strikers
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Working Class History 11h
25 Mar 1939 the Nazis brought in a new law forcing all 10-18y olds into the Hitler Youth. Despite Nazi efforts, thousands of working class teens formed the Edelweiss Pirates, who fought the Hitler Youth and helped Jews and POWs. More in our podcast:
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U.S. Dept of Defense Mar 20
in 2003, we honor the service, legacy and sacrifice of service members who served in Operation , and the family members who stood by their sides.
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The History Press 7m
The Slave Trade Act became law 1807, abolishing the slave trade in the British Empire; it remained legal in most of the British Empire, however, until the Slavery Abolition Act in 1833.
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theScore Mar 23
Steph Curry led Davidson to a big time upset over Georgetown during . 🙌 🏀
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FBI Mar 22
Today, the FBI remembers Special Agent Charles Leo Reed who died in 1996, as a result of gunshot wounds received in connection with an undercover drug investigation.
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The Romanticism blog Mar 19
1815 Mary Godwin writes "Dreamt that my little baby came to life again; that it had only been cold, and that we rubbed it before the fire, and it lived. Awake and find no baby – I think about the little thing all day"
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Today In History Mar 23
24 Mar 1958: Rock Elvis is inducted into the U.S. . He was honorably discharged in 1960.
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