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Dinge en Goete Things and Stuff This Day in History Aug 28 1879

Dinge en Goete Things and Stuff This Day in History Aug 28 1879

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This Day in History: Aug 28, 1879: Zulu king Cetshwayo captured

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Della Sorenson kills the first of her seven victims in rural Nebraska by poisoning her sister-in-law's infant daughter, Viola Cooper.

On March 14, 1879, Albert Einstein is born, the son of a Jewish electrical engineer in Ulm, Germany. Einstein's theories of special and general relativity ...

This Day in History: Jul 19, 1879: Doc Holliday kills for the first time

On March 14, 1879, Albert Einstein is born, the son of a Jewish electrical engineer in Ulm, Germany. Einstein's theories of special and general relativity ...

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Jack Ruby, the Dallas nightclub owner who killed Lee Harvey Oswald–the accused assassin of President John F. Kennedy–is found guilty of the “murder with ...

After a childhood in Germany and Italy, Einstein studied physics and mathematics at the Federal Polytechnic Academy in Zurich, Switzerland.

This Day in History: Mar 28, 1939: Spanish Civil War ends

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in World War 1 History

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in World War 1 History

Einstein's theories of special and general relativity drastically altered man's view of the universe, and his work in particle and energy theory helped make ...

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On this day in 1951, a homemade device explodes at Grand Central Station in New York City, startling commuters but injuring no one. In the next few months, ...

The trial lasted nearly a month, finally ending on April 4 with convictions for all the defendants. The Rosenbergs were sentenced to death row on April 6.

This Day in History: Jul 17, 1955: Disneyland opens

This Day in History: Jul 26, 1945: Winston Churchill resigns

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This Day in History: Jul 20, 1919: Sir Edmund Hillary born

This Day in History: Feb 9, 1846: Auto pioneer Wilhelm Maybach born

This Day in History: Jul 31, 1975: Jimmy Hoffa disappears

On this day in 1904, Theodor Geisel, better known to the world as Dr. Seuss, the author and illustrator of such beloved children's books as "The Cat in the ...

On July 26, 1908, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is born when U.S. Attorney General Charles Bonaparte orders a group of newly hired federal ...

On this day in 2003, the United States, along with coalition forces primarily from the United Kingdom, initiates war on Iraq. Just after explosions began to ...

John Hinckley, Jr.shoots President Ronald Reagan outside the Hilton Hotel in Washington D.C. just after the president had addressed the Building and ...

Christopher Wallace, a.k.a Biggie Smalls, a.k.a. the Notorious B.I.G., is shot to death at a stoplight in Los Angeles. The murder was thought to be the ...

Louis “Lepke” Buchalter, the head of Murder, Inc., is executed at Sing Sing Prison in New York. Lepke was the leader of the country's largest crime ...

This Day in History: July 27, 1981: Adam Walsh is abducted

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in Crime History: MARCH 14, 1964 : JACK RUBY SENTENCED TO DEATH

This Day in History: July 26, 1908: FBI founded

This Day in Crime History: MARCH 18, 1999 : THREE WOMEN ARE MURDERED AT YOSEMITE

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in World War 1 History

Doc Holliday commits his first murder, killing a man for shooting up his New Mexico saloon. Despite his formidable reputation as a deadly gunslinger, ...

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in World War 1 History

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, ...

He won the election against Joubert with 3 471 votes to 1 171. Kruger was sworn in on 9 May 1883 as state president and announced a policy based on ...

This Day in History: Jul 13, 1955: Last woman hanged for murder in Great Britain

This Day in History: Oct 18, 1931: Thomas Edison dies

On November 24, 1963, two days after Kennedy's assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald was brought to the basement of the Dallas police headquarters on his way to ...

This Day in History: Mar 1, 1932: Lindbergh baby kidnapped

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Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in Crime History: MARCH 07, 2002 : DEFENSE RESTS IN ANDREA YATES TRIAL

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Mitchell Johnson, 13,and Andrew Golden, 11,shoot their classmates and teachers in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Golden, the younger of the two boys, ...

This Day in History: Jul 12, 1963: The Moors Murderers begin their killing spree

In the face of widespread questioning of their guilt, British authorities release the so-called “Birmingham Six,” six Irish men who had been sent to prison ...

This Day in History: Jul 16, 1918: Romanov family executed

In 1931, Spanish King Alfonso XIII approved elections to decide the government of Spain, and voters overwhelmingly chose to abolish the monarchy in favor of ...

Dr. David Gunn is shot and killed during an anti-abortion protest at the Pensacola Women's Medical Services clinic. Dr. Gunn performed abortions at several ...

Andrea Pia Kennedy was born July 2, 1964, in Houston, Texas, and married Russell Yates on April 17, 1993. The couple's first child, Noah, ...

Hidden Japanese surrender after Pacific War has ended, 1946

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in History: Jul 23, 1918: A string of mysterious deaths surrounds a Nebraska woman

On July 26, 1984, Ed Gein, a serial killer infamous for skinning human corpses, dies of complications from cancer in a Wisconsin prison at age 77.

In 1961, after two decades of indirect military aid, U.S. President John F. Kennedy sent the first large force of U.S. military personnel to Vietnam to ...

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in World War 1 History

Czar Alexander II, the ruler of Russia since 1855, is killed in the streets of St. Petersburg by a bomb thrown by a member of the revolutionary "People's ...

This Day in History: July 26, 1984: Real-life Psycho Ed Gein dies

On this day in 1932, in a crime that captured the attention of the entire nation, Charles Lindbergh III, ...

Furious, Johnson told Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach to write a press release stating that because Wallace refused to use the 10,000 available ...

This Day in History: Mar 6, 1899: Bayer patents aspirin

On this day in 2003, 15-year-old Elizabeth Smart is finally found in Sandy, Utah, nine months after being abducted from her family's home.

Charles Lindbergh Jr., the twenty-month-old son of aviation hero Charles Lindbergh, is kidnapped from the family's new mansion in Hopewell, New Jersey.

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in History: Aug 28, 1879: Zulu king Cetshwayo captured

This Day in Crime History: MARCH 07, 2002 : DEFENSE RESTS IN ANDREA YATES TRIAL

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In Yekaterinburg, Russia, Czar Nicholas II and his family are executed by the Bolsheviks, bringing an end to the three-century-old Romanov dynasty.

This Day in History: Jul 25, 1978: World's first "test tube baby" born

This Day in History: Mar 23, 1979: Two men sentenced in murder of former Chilean diplomat

This Day in History: Jul 27, 1949: First jet makes test flight

The Comet was the creation of English aircraft designer and aviation pioneer Sir Geoffrey de Havilland (1882-1965). De Havilland started out designing ...

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in Crime History: MARCH 07, 2002 : DEFENSE RESTS IN ANDREA YATES TRIAL

After the abolition of the triumvirate, consisting of Vice-President Paul Kruger, Commander-General Piet Joubert and W.M. Pretorius, Kruger was elected ...

The ransom note demanded $50,000 in barely literate English. The crime captured the attention of the entire nation. The Lindbergh family was inundated by ...

This Day in History: Mar 7, 1876: Alexander Graham Bell patents the telephone

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in World War 1 History

Short Biography of Cecil John Rhodes (1853-1902)

This Day in History: Mar 20, 1965: LBJ sends federal troops to Alabama

This Day in History: May 31, 1902: The Boer War ends

Seven years later, a British court of appeals formally overturned their sentences, citing serious doubts about the legitimacy of the police evidence and the ...

This Day in Southern African History: Paul Kruger is elected president

Nightclub owner Ruth Ellis is convicted of murdering boyfriend David Blakely on this day in 1955. Ellis was later executed by hanging and became the last ...

However, the warriors of the impi had not eaten for three days. The woodcutters and cattle were brought back in and, confident that the defences could be ...

On July 31, 1975, James Riddle Hoffa, one of the most influential American labor leaders of the 20th century, disappears in Detroit, Michigan, ...

This Day in History: Aug Michael Faraday discovers electromagnetic induction.

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in World War 1 History

On July 26, 1984, Ed Gein, a serial killer infamous for skinning human corpses, dies of complications from cancer in a Wisconsin prison at age 77.

This Day in History: Mar 23, 1979: Two men sentenced in murder of former Chilean diplomat

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This Day in History: Jul 23, 1878: Black Bart strikes again

Stayner had been on the other end of another high-profile crime years earlier. His younger brother, Steven, was abducted in Merced when Cary waseleven years ...

This Day in History: Jul 4, 1776: U.S. declares independence

Seven teachers at the McMartin Preschool in Manhattan Beach, California are indicted by the Los Angeles County grand jury after hearing testimony from 18 ...

Intimidation and discrimination had earlier prevented Selma's black population--over half the city--from registering and voting. On Sunday, March 7, 1965, ...

On November 24, 1963, two days after Kennedy's assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald was brought to the basement of the Dallas police headquarters on his way to ...