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Kristoffer Pasion Jan 25
in 1970, 50 yrs ago, people protested at the Old Legislative Bldg, vs. Ferdinand ' rumored term extension beyond constitutional limit. This would launch a series of protests known as the .
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The AHA Society Jan 27
Alexander Hamilton wrote on his thoughts on withdrawing from the political scene. His system however, remained intact, proving itself as an indispensable element in the growth and rise of the United States of America.
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FRSO | Freedom Road Socialist Organization Jan 27
Jan 27, 1944: In a decisive moment of World War 2, Soviet forces break the nearly 3-year Nazi siege of Leningrad, driving them back from their stranglehold on the city. The Nazi siege of Leningrad was one of the longest and most destructive in history.
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Lars D. H. Hedbor 38m
28 Jan 1777 British plan to split New England from other Colonies via Lake Champlain & Hudson is submitted.
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J Bonadio 2h
On this date in 1986, the space shuttle Challenger exploded just 73 seconds after liftoff, breaking apart in a plume of fire. Millions watched the tragedy unfold on live television, and there were no survivors
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OnThisDayInHistory 12h
On this day in 1547 9-year-old succeeds  as King of England.
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The Maritime History Podcast 9h
The famous Nova Scotia schooner 'Bluenose' was lost after she struck a coral reef off Haiti on 28 January 1946. Wrecked beyond repair, with no loss of life, the schooner was abandoned and broke apart on the reef. #OnThisDay#maritimehistory
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OnThisDayInHistory 12h
On this day in 1581  (Became James VI after the death of Queen Elizabeth I in 1603) signs 2nd Confession of Faith in Scotland.
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sweg.io 15m
Rediscover this day: Monday 28th of January, 2019
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Central Railway Jan 26
Kanjurmarg station opened on this day (26.1.1968)
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OnThisDayInHistory 11h
On this day in 1885 A Commission for 's sculpture 'The Burghers of Calais' signed by the Municipal Council of Calais.
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Today in History Jan 27
[1985] The Coca-Cola Company, of Atlanta, GA, announced a plan to sell its soft drinks in the Soviet Union. *cue USSR anthem*
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OnThisDayInHistory 12h
On this day in 1077 German   IV is absolved by Holy Roman Emperor VII and invited back to the Church after his penitent Walk to .
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WION 19h
| 1933 – The name Pakistan is coined by Choudhry Rahmat Ali Khan
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NPR Jan 21
Ten years ago, the Supreme Court ruled that corporations and unions could give money to political committees active in election campaigns. That decision led to the formation of superPACS. Since 2010, superPAC spending is close to $3 billion.
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Today in History 9h
[1547] Henry VIII of England dies and is succeeded by his nine-year-old son Edward VI.
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UnwaryRook28 5h
🎓🎓 🇺🇸✈️1964: An unarmed U.S. Air Force T-39 Sabreliner on a training mission was shot down over Erfurt, East Germany, by a Soviet MiG-19, killing all three aboard.✈️🇺🇸
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UnwaryRook28 19h
🎓🎓 🇺🇸🎓1785: The University of Georgia, one of the oldest public universities in the United States, was founded.🎓🇺🇸
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betsyamc4US 🆘 4h
Replying to @betsyamcForUS
Jan 28 President Trump breaks the historic deadlock unveils middle east peace plan and proposes Palestinian state with capital in eastern Jerusalem.
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UnwaryRook28 5h
🎓🎓 🇬🇧📖1813: The novel Pride and Prejudice by English author Jane Austen was published, using material from an unpublished manuscript that she originally wrote between 1796 and 1797.📖🇬🇧
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