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HISTORY Jun 23
On 1972, Title IX is enacted into law. It prohibits federally funded educational institutions from discriminating against students or employees based on 'sex.'
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SandyLee Griswold🍸 4h
The Saint Lawrence Seaway is opened. (1959)
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Gravitylink 19h
Gauhar Jaan’s 145th Birthday-2018. She was India’s first recording star, who emerged on the scene at the turn of the 20th century. She gained popularity through her singing and dancing, and go on to define the future of Indian performance art.
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This Day in Film History 7h
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WVPT 6h
On this day in 1917, the 1st US troops arrived in France during World War I.
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777 Trades Research Services Jun 20
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Captivating History 17h
First Battle of Sabine Pass
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HISTORY TV18 Jun 24
in 1983, with around 47 million viewers, Motown was a huge success where performed “Billie Jean” and showed his famous dance move called “The Moonwalk.” He is also recognized as the Most Successful Entertainer of All Time by .
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Captivating History 12h
Ferry sinks off Indonesian coast
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Captivating History 2h
World's cheapest car debuts in India
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Pepperdine Libraries Jun 24
For today's post, we have a picture of the Berlin Airlift from the Digital Archives' Malibu Historical Collection. Pictured here is a US Air Force Douglas C-54 Skymaster landing at Tempelhof Airport in 1948 to deliver supplies to the citizens of Berlin.
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Underground Press Jun 25
1964 -  Roy Orbison was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'It's Over', his second UK No.1. Orbison was the first American artist to score a UK No.1 in the past 47 weeks.
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STΛRSΞT Messengers Jun 25
From The STARSET Society: This Day in Science
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Captivating History 11h
Pete Hamill quits drinking
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U.A. Gateway 15h
As UAG prepares for , we also look back at the other 2019... our original Founders, who graduated this year! 06.26.15
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fordsconsulting Jun 25
On 1876, Native American forces led by Chiefs Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull defeat the U.S. Army troops of Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in a bloody battle near southern Montana’s Little Bighorn River.
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JamesWalkerShow Jun 25
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Historycentral.com 16h
On this day June 26th in 1948 the US began resupply flights to West Berlin after the Soviets began a blockade. The same day in 1963 President Kennedy visited Berlin- gave his famous speech where his said Ict Ben Berliner”I am a Berliner.
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fordsconsulting Jun 25
On 1950, North Korean forces enter South Korea, setting off the Korean War. The United States, acting under the auspices of the United Nations, quickly sprang to the defense of South Korea and fought a bloody and frustrating war for the next three years.
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Mr Rick’s History 7h
1948 - Berlin Airlift begins. 1st crisis of over status of divided city in a divided country.
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