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Old 26-06-2005, 17:44   #16
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Thumbs up I've been reading it

It's good to know!

There was a quote, can't remember who, but "Those who do not know their history, end up repeating it".
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Keep it up Gord, this is great stuff.

Hmmm, maybe we don't get out much and are easily amused
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1615 ~ The first tea is imported to the west

1743 ~ English defeat French at Dettingen
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1829 ~ Smithson's curious bequest
In Genoa, Italy, English scientist James Smithson dies after a long illness, leaving behind a will with a peculiar footnote. In the event that his only nephew died without any heirs, Smithson decreed that the whole of his estate would go to "the United States of America, to found at Washington, under the name of the Smithsonian Institution, an Establishment for the increase and diffusion of knowledge." Smithson's curious bequest to a country that he had never visited aroused significant attention on both sides of the Atlantic.

1884 ~ The SS “Caesarea” sank 10 miles off Cap de la Hague, Channel Islands, after being in a collision with the “Strathesk” on a voyage from Southampton.

1954 ~ CIA-sponsored rebels overthrow elected government of Guatemala
Most historians now agree that the CIA-sponsored military coup in 1954 was the poison arrow that pierced the heart of Guatemala's young democracy. Code-named "PBSUCCESS," the covert operation overthrew Jacobo Arbenz Guzman, the second legally elected president in Guatemalan history.
Over the next four decades, a succession of military rulers would wage counter-insurgency warfare that also would shred the fabric of Guatemalan society. The violence caused the deaths and disappearances of more than 140,000 Guatemalans. Some human rights activists put the death toll as high as 250,000.
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1957 ~ 425 die by Hurricane Audrey in coastal La &Tx
On June 27, 1957, a hurricane named Audrey hurled a deadly raging ocean of water over quaint Cameron Parish, Louisiana. It was a Category 4 Hurricane and in a matter of hours, wiped out every movable object in her path, forever changing the lives and souls of Cameron Parish residents. Hurricane Audrey killed 425 people, 154 of whom were under the age of 9. Estimates placed damage totals at $150 million.

1986 ~ US informs New Zealand it will not defend it against attack

1986 ~ World Court rules US aid to Nicaraguan contras illegal
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1914 ~ Archduke Ferdinand Assassinated & WWI Begins.
Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife were assassinated while at (what is now known as) Sarajevo, Bosnia.

1919 ~ WWI Ends.
With the signing of The Treaty of Versailles, World War I ended - exactly five years after it began.

1919 ~ Keynes Predicts Economic Chaos
At the Palace of Versailles outside Paris, Germany signs the Treaty of Versailles with the Allies, officially ending World War I. The English economist John Maynard Keynes, who had attended the peace conference but then left in protest of the treaty, was one of the most outspoken critics of the punitive agreement. In his “The Economic Consequences of the Peace”, published in December 1919, Keynes predicted that the stiff war reparations and other harsh terms imposed on Germany by the treaty would lead to the financial collapse of the country, which in turn would have serious economic and political repercussions on Europe and the world.

1519 ~ Charles (Spain) Elected Holy Roman Emperor.

1491 ~ Henry VIII, of England, born.
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US says it will not defend NZ. That would be a relief to NZ, as I assume they will not have to defend the US.
The SEATO must be toast, that was the treaty that got NZ and OZZ involved in Veitnam.
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1995 ~ Atlantis meets Mir
For the first time, a U.S. space shuttle ("Atlantis") linked up with a Russian space station ("Mir"). They remained docked until July 4. The joined craft were visible from earth as a fast-moving, shiny, star and carried a record 10 people (6 Americans and 4 Russians).

1974 ~ Isabela Peron takes office as Argentine president

1966 ~ US Bombs Haiphong (N. Viet Nam)
During the Vietnam War, U.S. aircraft bomb the major North Vietnamese population centers of Hanoi and Haiphong for the first time, destroying oil depots located near the two cities. The U.S. military hoped that by bombing Hanoi, the capital of North Vietnam, and Haiphong, North Vietnam's largest port, communist forces would be deprived of essential military supplies and thus the ability to wage war.
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1964 ~ First New Zealand troops arrive in Viet Nam
Twenty-four New Zealand Army engineers arrive in Saigon as a token of that country's support for the American effort in South Vietnam. The contingent was part of the Free World Military Forces, an effort by President Lyndon B. Johnson to enlist other nations to support the American cause in South Vietnam by sending military aid and troops. The level of support was not the primary issue; Johnson wanted to portray international solidarity and consensus for U.S. policies in Southeast Asia* and he believed that participation by a number of countries would achieve that end. The effort was also known as the "many flags" program.
In June 1965, New Zealand increased their commitment to the war; and in 1971, New Zealand withdrew its military forces from South Vietnam.


* Sounds a bit like GWB’s “coalition of the willing”

1860 ~ The last stone was laid at Minot’s Ledge (Massachusetts) Lighthouse.
The stone tower replaced an iron-pile lighthouse that had been destroyed by a storm in April 1851. The new lighthouse was built of 1,079 blocks (3,514 tons) of Quincy granite dovetailed together and reinforced with iron shafts. Minot’s Light has lasted through countless storms and hurricanes, a testament to its designer and builders. The first 40 feet is solid granite, topped by a storeroom, living quarters and work space.
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1520 ~ Spanish Retreat from Aztec Capital
Faced with an Aztec revolt against their rule, forces under the Spanish conquistador Hernýn Cortýs fight their way out of Tenochtitlýn at heavy cost. Known to the Spanish as La Noche Triste, or "the Night of Sadness," many soldiers drowned in Lake Texcoco when the vessel carrying them and Aztec treasures hoarded by Cortýs sank. Montezuma II, the Aztec emperor who had become merely a subject of Cortýs in the previous year, was also killed during the struggle - it’s not known whether by the Aztecs or the Spanish.

1908 ~ Mystery Explosion at Tunguska
Possibly the most powerful, natural explosion in recorded history occurred on this day in 1908 at 7:17 a.m. The site was the Tunguska section of Central Siberia.
The spectacular explosion devastated a forested area, some 70 miles in diameter, caused seismic shock, a firestorm followed by black rain and an illumination that, it is said, could be seen for hundreds of miles. Yet, no crater was formed, and only the tops of the trees were burned at the central point of the explosion. It is said that the impact threw down horses that had been standing in a field 400 miles away and moved the tracks of the Trans-Siberian Railway, as if in an earthquake. It flash-burned people 40 miles away, melted their silverware and destroyed herds of reindeer.


1934 ~ Night of the Long Knives
The Night of the Long Knives (German, Nacht der langen Messer), also known as Reichsmordwoche (Imperial Week of Murder) or "the Blood Purge", was a mass murder of potential political rivals in the Sturmabteilung paramilitary wing of the Nazi Party. Begun late night on Saturday June 30 and lasting several hours into the next morning, the murders targeted Nazi members who were associated more with socialism than with nationalism, and hence were viewed as a threat by the newly elected Adolf Hitler.
Official records tally the dead at 77, though some 400 are believed to have been killed.

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1971 ~ Soviet Cosmonauts Perish in Reentry Disaster
The three Soviet cosmonauts who served as the first crew of the world's first space station die when their spacecraft depressurizes during reentry.
On June 6, the cosmonauts Georgi Dobrovolsky, Vladislav Volkov, and Viktor Patsayev were launched into space aboard Soyuz 11 on a mission to dock and enter Salyut 1, the Soviet space station that had been placed in orbit in April. The spacecraft successfully docked with the station, and the cosmonauts spent 23 days orbiting the earth. On June 30, they left Salyut 1 and began reentry procedures. When they fired the explosive bolts to separate the Soyuz 11 reentry capsule from another stage of the spacecraft, a critical valve was jerked open.
One hundred miles above the earth, the capsule was suddenly exposed to the nearly pressureless environment of space. As the capsule rapidly depressurized, Patsayev tried to close the valve by hand but failed. Minutes later, the cosmonauts were dead. As a result of the tragedy, the Soviet Union did not send any future crews to Salyut 1, and it was more than two years before they attempted another manned mission.


1985 ~ Atomic Leap-Second
For the 13th time since 1972, the world’s official timekeeper atomic clock ticked off one extra second at 23:59 Greenwich Mean Time (also called UCT, Universal Coordinated Time) or 7:59:59 p.m. in New York. The leap second was added to compensate for the gradual slowing of the Earth’s rotation.

1997 ~ Chinese Reclaim Hong Kong
As the clock struck midnight, Red China reclaimed Hong Kong from Great Britain, and the British Crown’s 156-year colonial rule came to an end.

2000 ~ Movie “The Perfect Storm” Debuts
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1863 ~ The Battle of Gettysburg (July 1-3)
July 1st begins the anniversary of one of the most important events in American history, when the Union and Confederate armies collided just outside the previously anonymous Pennsylvania town of Gettysburg. Confederate General Robert E. Lee led his troops on an invasion of the North. Union General George Meade defeated the Southern forces at the Battle of Gettysburg. The 3 day battle was crucial to the outcome of the Civil War, and the future of the United States.

1868 ~ Canada Day
On June 20, 1868, a proclamation signed by the Governor General, Lord Monck, called upon all Her Majesty's loving subjects throughout Canada to join in the celebration of the anniversary of the formation of the union of the British North America provinces in a federation under the name of Canada on July 1st. The July 1 holiday was established by statute in 1879, under the name Dominion Day, which became “Canada Day” in 1982.

1872 ~ Birthdate of Aviator Louis Bleriot
1st man to fly an airplane across the English Channel [1909] - Died Aug 2, 1936.

1898 ~ The Battle of San Juan Hill (Spanish-American War, Cuba)

1916 ~ Battle of the Somme Begins (WWI)
At 7:30 a.m., the British launch a massive offensive against German forces in the Somme River region of France. By the end of the day, 20,000 British soldiers were dead and 40,000 wounded. It was the single heaviest day of casualties in British military history. The disastrous Battle of the Somme stretched on for more than four months, with the Allies advancing a total of just five miles, with more than 600,000 British and French soldiers killed, wounded, or missing in the action. German casualties were more than 650,000.
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1957 ~ The Seawolf completed (1st sub powered by liquid metal cooled reactor), and The Grayback launched (1st submarine designed to fire guided missiles).

1937 ~ Earhart & Noonan Dissappear
On July 2, 1937, the Lockheed aircraft carrying American aviator Amelia Earhart and navigator Frederick Noonan is reported missing near Howland Island in the Pacific. The pair were attempting to fly around the world when they lost their bearings during the most challenging leg of the global journey: Lae, New Guinea, to Howland Island, a tiny island 2,227 nautical miles away, in the center of the Pacific Ocean. The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Itasca was in sporadic radio contact with Earhart as she approached Howland Island and received messages that she was lost and running low on fuel. Soon after, she probably tried to ditch the Lockheed in the ocean. No trace of Earhart or Noonan was ever found.
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1881 ~ President Garfield shot by Charles J Guiteau

1885 ~ Canada's North-west Insurrection ends with surrender of Big Bear

1839 ~ Mutiny on the Amistad slave ship
Early in the morning, Africans on the Cuban schooner Amistad rise up against their captors, killing two crewmembers and seizing control of the ship, which had been transporting them to a life of slavery on a sugar plantation at Puerto Prýncipe, Cuba.
More at: http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/proj...tad/AMISTD.htm
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1777 ~ Vermont becomes 1st American colony to abolish slavery

1566 ~ Nostradamus Dies (French astrologer/physician/prophet)
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1608 ~ The city of Quebec (Canada) was founded by Samuel de Champlain.

1775 ~ Washington assumes command (American Revolution)
On Cambridge common in Massachusetts, George Washington rides out in front of the American troops gathered there, draws his sword, and formally takes command of the Continental Army.

1863 ~ Lee Defeated at Gettysburg (U.S. Civil War)
On the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg, Confederate General Robert E. Lee's last attempt at breaking the Union line ends in disastrous failure, bringing the most decisive battle of the American Civil War to an end. The Battle of Gettysburg was the turning point in the Civil War, costing the Union 23,000 killed, wounded, or missing in action. The Confederates suffered some 25,000 casualties.
On November 19, 1863, President Lincoln delivered his famous Gettysburg Address during the dedication of a new national cemetery at the site of the Battle of Gettysburg. The Civil War effectively ended with the surrender of General Lee's Army of Northern Virginia in April 1865.


1903 ~ Trans-Pacific Cable
The first cable across the Pacific Ocean was spliced between Honolulu, Midway, Guam and Manila.
More: http://www.atlantic-cable.com/CableCos/ComPacCable/


1945 ~ First New Ford
The first civilian passenger car built since February 1942 was driven off the assembly line at the Ford Motor Company plant in Detroit, MI. Automotive production had been diverted to military production for the war effort (WWII).

1974 ~ Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (U.S. and U.S.S.R.)
[size]The Threshold Test Ban Treaty was signed, prohibiting underground nuclear weapons tests with yields greater than 150 kilotons.
More: http://www.atomicarchive.com/Treaties/Treaty10.shtml [/size]

1976 ~ Israeli Rescue @ Entebbe
103 hostages were rescued by an Israeli commando unit in a raid on Entebbe airport in Uganda. 106 hostages had been taken from a hijacked Air France airliner on its way to Paris from Tel Aviv. Seven pro-Palestinian guerrilla hijackers, 20 Ugandan soldiers and 3 hostages were killed in the raid.


1988 ~ U.S. warship downs Iranian passenger jet
In the Persian Gulf, the U.S. Navy cruiser Vincennes shoots down an Iranian passenger jet that it mistakes for a hostile Iranian fighter aircraft. Two missiles were fired from the American warship--the aircraft was hit, and all 290 people aboard were killed. The attack came near the end of the Iran-Iraq War, when U.S. vessels were in the gulf defending Kuwaiti oil tankers.
Iran called the downing of the aircraft a "barbaric massacre," but U.S. officials defended the action, claiming that the aircraft was outside the commercial jet flight corridor, flying at only 7,800 feet, and was on a descent toward the Vincennes.
However, one month later, U.S. authorities acknowledged that the airbus was in the commercial flight corridor, flying at 12,000 feet, and not descending.
In 1996, the U.S. agreed to pay $62 million in damages to the families of the Iranians killed in the attack.
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Haoppy Birthday America !

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1776 ~ U.S. DECLARES INDEPENDENCE
"We, therefore, the Representatives of the United States of America, in General Congress assembled, appealing to the Supreme Judge of the world for the rectitude of our intentions, do, in the name, and by authority of the good people of these Colonies, solemnly publish and declare, That these United Colonies are, and of right ought to be, Free and Independent States..."
(The peroration to the Declaration of Independence, 4 July 1776.)
No, it wasn’t signed on this day - just approved. The actual signing didn’t take place until a month later. Most of the delegates signed the Declaration on August 2, 1776, the first signature being that of John Hancock.


1777 ~ John Paul Jones hoists first Stars and Stripes flag on Ranger at Portsmouth, NH.

1826 ~ Deaths of Adams & Jefferson
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, the second and third presidents of the United States, respectively, die on this day, the 50th anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence.

1848 ~ The Communist Manifesto was published by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.

1946 ~ The Philippine Islands were given independence by the USA.

1997 ~ Pathfinder lands on Mars
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And I wish all you US people a good independance day holiday and celebration.
Of course the 4th was yesterday for me. It's the 5th now. That's because I live in your future. You guy's live in my past. So your today is my yesterday, and my today is your tomorrow and my tomorrow is your tomorrow two day's from now. I think I need to sit down now.
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1801 ~ Admiral David Farragut Born (USN)
The Civil War Union Navy Admiral coined the phrase: “Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead.”

1811~ Venezuelan Independence
Venezuela became the first South American country to declare independence from Spain.

1937~ Canada’s Highest Recorded Temperature
Temperature at Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan, reaches 45C (110F), the highest temperature ever recorded in Canada.

1946 ~ Bikini Introduced
On July 5, 1946, French designer Louis Reard unveils a daring two-piece swimsuit at the Piscine Molitor, a popular swimming pool in Paris. Parisian showgirl Micheline Bernardini modeled the new fashion, which Reard dubbed "bikini," inspired by a news-making U.S. atomic test that took place off the Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean earlier that week. Mr. Reard, incidentally, called his bikini creation, “four triangles of nothing.”

1951 ~ Shockley Announces Transistor
Dr. William Shockley announced that he had invented a working and efficient junction transistor at the Bell Telephone Laboratories in Murray Hill, NJ.

1975 ~ Cape Verde Independence
Cape Verde became independent after 500 years of Portuguese rule.

2005 ~ Wheeler Announces Time Travel
Actually occurred yesterday, or was that tomorrow? See previous post.
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If it means anything to ya, the Phillipines celebrates it's Independants on the 4th of July as well. And that is on the same day as you! But they're behind you also.

It looks like London of Line Is. is one of the few ahead of you.
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The Chatham Islands are 30mins ahead and they were the place that was supposedly first to see the light of the first new day of the Millenium.
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