January 28, 1973
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Bells Signal Truce - January 28, 1973...the day after I was born.
Vietnam - 1967
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+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+ Shoe shine boy for U.S. Army. By Gilles Caron. Vietnam 1967 Kids had jobs too.
A local boy shines shoes for U.S. Army servicemembers, Vietnam, 1967. Photograph by Gilles Caron.
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Shoe shine boy for U.S. Army. By Gilles Caron. Vietnam 1967
1967 Vietnam War - Photo by photojournalist Gilles Caron.
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Shoeshine boy - © Gilles Caron - Vietnam, 1967
© Gilles Caron Vietnam, 1967
Space Shuttle Challenger Explodes January 28, 1986
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Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster- I was in 8th grade English when we heard of the disaster! - MCBL
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The Challenger space shuttle exploded on January 28, 1986
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The shuttle exploding was a huge tragedy that made global headlines in the 80's and showcased the danger of attempting space travel and the flaws in that generation of the NASA developed space shuttle.
Jan. 28, 1986, space shuttle Challenger exploded 73 seconds after liftoff from Cape Canaveral, killing all seven crew members.
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The Challenger space shuttle exploded on January 28, 1986, was in French class with Mrs Sauer when it happened.
January 1986: Challenger space shuttle explosion 6 astronauts and Teacher Kristie McCauliffe killed
January 28, 1986, when the Space Shuttle Challenger broke apart 73 seconds into its flight, leading to the deaths of its seven crew members. The spacecraft disintegrated over the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of central Florida at 11:38 EST (16:38 UTC). Disintegration of the vehicle began after an O-ring seal in its right solid rocket booster (SRB) failed at liftoff. The O-ring failure caused a breach in the SRB joint. 1980s News | Challenger Explosion | @Cannes_Lions
1980s News | Challenger Explosion | @Cannes_Lions
Space Shuttle Challenger Explosion, Time Magazine, January 28, 1986
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The Space Shuttle Challenger (January 28, 1986) This was the photo that went around the World and was on newspaper & magazine covers all over the World
The Space Shuttle Challenger explosion on the cover of Time magazine (February 10, 1986) I was in geometry class in 10th grade, watched it happen.
The Space Shuttle Challenger explosion on the cover of Time magazine (February 10, 1986)...we saw it from sarasota
The Space Shuttle Challenger explosion (January 28, 1986) on the cover of Time magazine's February 10, 1986 issue.
I remember being in the grade school library watching this...it will never leave my memory. The Space Shuttle Challenger explosion on the cover of Time magazine (February 10, 1986)
The Space Shuttle Challenger explosion on the cover of Time magazine (February 10, 1986). I remember mr Malinke bringing in the tv and miss safford's class joining us to watch this live in our 5th grade classroom. Unlike the tv announcer I had no hope that the astronauts could survive that explosion. My teacher had wanted to be on that space shuttle but damage to his retina made him ineligible.
The Space Shuttle Challenger explosion on the cover of Time magazine...I was in 1st grade & watched it on TV in class.
The Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster - TIME - Jan. 28, 1986 TIME Cover: Space Shuttle Challenger
January 17, 1991
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January 17, 1991 - I will always remember the Gulf War because my son was born a little over a week before it began.
vietnam war protest in DC 1967
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many Americans opposed the U.S./ corporate invasion of Vietnam, vociferously protesting the protracted war, the U.S. rigging of the South Vietnam political elections in 1955; and the utter disrespect for the autonomy and self-determination of the North Vietnamese people. Pictured here: demonstrators joined soldiers and veterans at an anti-war rally in Washington, D.C., 1967.
Anti-war protesters, 1967 The real heros of the Viet Nam war. They worked tirelessly until the American people learned the truth and the US left the Viet Namese people to determine their own future.
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Anti war protestors march on the Pentagon, Washington DC, 1967
Vietnam War Anti-war protesters march on the Pentagon 1967
1960s: Vietnam War Protest in DC, 1967
Vietnam protesting at the Pentagon
The American Issue: U.S. is Voted Dry. January 1919.
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Newspaper headlines announcing the voting in of Prohibition: this implemented a ban on the sale, production, importation, and transportation of alcoholic beverage. Prohibition began in 1920 and ended in 1933
January 16, 1920 18th Amendment, prohibition, goes into effect. For the first time in our history, crime became organized at the national level and made more money than most of our biggest industries, such as, steel. Organized crime is still with us. Guess what happened to the American steel industry? Good job, America!
American paper: January 16, 1919 Called "The noble experiment", the 18th Amendment to the Constitution prohibited the manufacture, sale, or transportation of alcohol in America went into effect on January 16, 1920. The United States was now officially "dry" from coast to coast. Prohibition was the law of the land.
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American Pavilion on fire at Montreal World's Fair 1967, designed by Buckminster Fuller
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Montreal 1976. Fire of Buckminster Fuller’s 20 story geodesic dome that served as the U.S. Pavilion for the 1967 World Expo in Montreal. Photograph taken by Doug Lehman. ( In the afternoon of the 20 May 1976, during structural renovations, a fire burned away the building's transparent acrylic bubble, but the steel truss structure remained.The site remained closed until 1990. )
La Biosphère en feu sur les territoires de l'Expo 67. Photo of the Montréal Biosphère in flames Buckminster Fuller, photography by Doug Lehman 1976
Buckminster Fuller Biosphere, Montréal, Expo 67, 1976 fire.... Kind of looks like the Epcot globe... am I right?
Buckminster Fuller Biosphere, Montréal, Expo 67, 1976 fire...Bucky's only Geo Home he built and lived in is here in Carbondale Illinois. You would think it would be protected and saved. The fund to preserve it is struggling. http://fullerdomehome.org/
Buckminster Fuller Biosphere, Montréal, Expo 67, 1976 fire. (I was there in '67, with my grandmother and Canadian aunts and uncles. What a strange vision of the future was presented there; very surreal~)
Buckminster Fuller Biosphere, Montréal, Expo 67, 1976 fire, I remember this when it happened.
Vintage history photo, AERIAL VIEW: 1976 fire destroyed the American Pavilion that had looked like sparkling jewel at night at Montreal World's Fair April 27 to 29 Oct 1967. Designed by Buckminster Fuller. Research by DdO:) - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/intriguing-architecture/ - 50 Million visitors said to have come during Expo. Sphere had transparent skin: made of steel and acrylic cells. Reached 250 feet in diameter. Interior building is 4 platforms with 7 levels.
Buckminster Fuller Biosphere, MontrÃ©al, Expo 67, 1976 fire This.
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Public Domain: Orphaned by Vietnam War, 1967
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Public Domain: Orphaned by Vietnam War, 1967 by USIA
Orphaned by Vietnam War, 1967 by USIA
Orpheline de guerre du Vietnam 1967
Orphaned by the Vietnam War, 1967
Time - January 12 1981
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Today 4-12 in 1981, Space Shuttle Columbia launched on it's first mission into space.
TIME Magazine Cover: Space Shuttle Columbia -- Jan. 12, 1981
Time - January 12 1981 #1980s
A dangerous woman in the most literal sense, Senior Sergeant Roza Shanina was a sniper in the WWII Soviet Army. She racked up at least 54 kills of German soldiers before her death from wounds at age 20. She served part of the time in an all-woman sniper unit. Before the war she worked as a kindergarten teacher.
Senior Sergeant Roza Shanina ((born April 3, 1924) was a sniper in the WWII Soviet Army. She racked up at least 54 confirmed kills, including 12 snipers. She was killed in action January 28, 1945. Part of the time she served in an all-woman sniper unit. Before the war she worked as a kindergarten teacher.
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This Day in History: Oct 28, 1886: Statue of Liberty dedicated
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Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 1885, showing woodcuts of the completed Statue of Liberty in Paris, Bartholdi, and the statue's interior structure
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Gilded Age NYC, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Front page, describing the arrival of the Statue of Liberty into NY harbor. June, c.1885.
An incredible gift from France to the United States, sculpted by Bartholdi, is unveiled in Paris for all to see. The largest of three front page illustrations shows the statue in scaffolding in Paris, titled: “OFFICIAL PRESENTATION OF THE STATUE OF “LIBERTY ENLIGHTENING THE WORLD,” PARIS, JULY 4TH, 1884.”
The Statue was completed in France in July, 1884 and arrived in New York Harbor in June of 1885 on board the French frigate "Isere" which transported the Statue of Liberty from France to the United States. In transit, the Statue was reduced to 350 individual pieces and packed in 214 crates. The Statue was re-assembled on her new pedestal in four months time. On October 28th 1886, the dedication of the Statue of Liberty took place in front of thousands of spectators. http://io9.com/
Front page of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, week ending June 13, 1885
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Announcement for a slave auction in Kentucky. January 10, 1855.