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On this day October 31 in 1941 the USS Reuben James DD-245 was sunk by a German U-Boat. The Reuben James was escorting a convoy in the Western Atlantic. 100 sailors were killed.
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We share the knowledge and freedom of The Starset Society. Fight ignorance. Acquire knowledge. Remain safe. Stay calm. I : S :: K : F
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HISTORY Oct 28
The Statue of Liberty, a gift of friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States was dedicated in New York harbor by President Grover Cleveland on in 1886.
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Captivating History Oct 30
Communist soldiers escape South Vietnamese forces
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Good News in History, October 31
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Captivating History Oct 28
Reagan-Gorbachev summit in Moscow ends
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Steve Burns Oct 30
October 30, 1974 "The Rumble in the Jungle": Muhammad Ali KOs George Foreman in the 8th round in Kinshasa, Zaire; regains world heavyweight boxing title with famous "rope-a-dope" tactic.
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HISTORY Oct 25
Pablo Picasso, one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century, was born on in 1881 in Malaga, Spain. Check out 8 surprising facts about .
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narangahdigest Oct 30
John Adams born in 1735 There’s no DC memorial to him but his judgements and careful governance influenced many checks and balance to power, education investments, and our record of writings in the Library of Congress.
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EarthStation1 MediaOutlet Oct 29
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MediaMonarchy.com Oct 27
Replying to @mediamonarchy
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ObiBooks Oct 30
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The Student Historians Oct 28
On this day in history: Over President Wilson's veto, Congress passes the National Prohibition Act. It would provide enforcement guidelines for the Prohibition Amendment.
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Captivating History Oct 27
South Korean president Thieu vows never to agree to a coalition government
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Global Products Group Oct 30
On this day in 1893 the World's Columbian Exposition came to an end. The fair had a profound effect on architecture, science & the arts. Some notable first to come out of the exposition were brownies, Juicy Fruit Gum, & the Ferris Wheel.
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Captivating History Oct 23
President Reagan arrives in Moscow for summit talks
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Happy Birthday to On October 31st, 1873 the future citizens opted for self-government from Whatcom County, disagreeing with its taxes and administrative government.
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Captivating History Oct 29
George Goodfellow investigates earthquake
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Captivating History 2h
Yankees and Rebels clash at Battle of Seven Pines (Fair Oaks)
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Steve Burns Oct 24
October 24 1929: Black Thursday, start of the stock market crash, DJIA -12.8% October 24, 2008: Bloody Friday, many of the world's stock indexes experienced the worst declines in their history, with drops of around -10% Glad the casino is closed today.
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