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Aubrey Beardsley 17h
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UEFA Champions League Aug 19
💙 in 2005, Michael Essien joined Chelsea ✍️⁣ | |
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UEFA Champions League Aug 20
🔴 in 2004, Xabi Alonso signed for Liverpool 😎 | |
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UEFA Champions League Aug 20
🔴 in 2004, Luis García signed for the Reds... 😱 Remember this 2005 goal? | |
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Working Class History Aug 18
19 Aug 1936, the gay socialist poet Federico García Lorca was executed a month after the Spanish Civil War commenced. "I will always be on the side of those who have nothing and who are not even allowed to enjoy the nothing they have in peace."
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Russia in RSA 🇷🇺 Aug 19
🚀🐕 in 1960 two brave dogs, Belka & Strelka, entered Earth's orbit Earth on board . Both survived the flight, became first living beings to safely return home, paving way for human spacefaring. Strelka had 6 pups, one of them was presented to US President Kennedy
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National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum ⚾ Aug 17
Though it would be a few years before Jim Thome would officially join Jimmie Foxx, Mickey Mantle, Stan Musial, Frank Robinson and Babe Ruth in the Hall of Fame, he joined them in the record books in 2010 when he tied their record for career walk-off home runs.
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TradesUnionCongress Aug 15
16 Aug 1819: We remember those who marched at Peterloo to demand a voice in our politics. Their bravery changed history, shifting the balance of power from the ruling elite to the working class. 200 years on we must remember the power of working people to change politics.
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Gunners.com Aug 20
in 1995, Dennis Bergkamp made his debut for the club. Thierry on why Dennis is the best player he’s played with: “Why? Because he was always doing what the game was asking him to do...He could score but he could pass at the right moment.“
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Into The Forest Dark 18h
The English artist & illustrator Aubrey Beardsley was born in 1872.
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MIT CSAIL 12h
in 1985 one of the most influential programming textbooks was published: MIT’s “Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs." Read it here:
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Cincinnati Reds Aug 20
August 20, 2001: Junior takes a quick jaunt around the bases.
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Clinton Library Aug 14
President Clinton confers with senior adviser George Stephanopoulos in 1995.
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Buzz Aldrin Aug 13
in 1969 we kicked off our worldwide tour to celebrate Apollo 11! We received a very warm welcome in NYC - complete with confetti! 🎉
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FC Schalke 04 17h
in 2010, a fresh-faced Atsuto made his Bundesliga debut for the Royal Blues 💙
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Working Class Literature Aug 20
20 Aug 1897, Italian anarchist Michele Angiolillo was executed by the Spanish government for assassinating the Prime Minister in response its mass repression and torture of progressives. Before dying, he uttered "Germinal", the title of Émile Zola's proletarian classic.
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NASA History Office 17h
Gemini V launched in 1965, beginning the longest piloted spaceflight of its time. Astronauts Gordon Cooper (left) and Pete Conrad are seen in the spacecraft shortly before launch of the eight-day mission.
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Deb Shaw 16h
The Mona Lisa is stolen by a Louvre employee. 1911
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Robert McNees 15h
Nuclear physicist Noemie Benczer Koller, best known for her work on hyperfine interactions of nuclei and developing new techniques for studying magnetic properties of nuclei, was born in 1933. Koller was the first woman hired as faculty in the Physics Department at Rutgers.
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NASA JPL Aug 20
Voyager 2 launched in 1977. Together, are the only spacecraft to have visited the four outer planets of the solar system:
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