Posted in History Military

Remember the Bismarck

On this day in 1941, The Schlachtschiff KMS Bismarck, pride of the Kriegsmarine, is sunk by the combined effects of shellfire, torpedo hits and deliberate…

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Posted in Business Economy History Human Interest

The Model T or Tin Lizzie

On this day in 1926, Henry and Edsel Ford roll the last production Model T off the line at the Highland Park assembly plant, the…

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Posted in Entertainment History

The Star Wars Phenomenon

On this day in 1977, cinema changes forever as Star Wars is released to rave reviews and packed theaters; initially opening in only 42 theatres,…

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Posted in History Human Interest Infrastructure

The Wonder of the Brooklyn Bridge

On this day in 1883, the The New York and Brooklyn Bridge is opened for cart, carriage and pedestrian traffic. Thousands of people attended the…

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Captain Lord Louis Mountbatten Kept Returning

On this day in 1941, Captain Lord Louis Mountbatten, second cousin of King George VI of Britain and the only man other than the king…

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Posted in Election 2020 Politics

Another Open Letter To Joe Biden

Hi Joe, It’s me again. Remember? I was the one who wrote you last October, urging you to take serious the pending attacks from Trump…

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