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Dinge en Goete Things and Stuff This Day in History Dec 13

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Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in History: Dec 13, 1937: The Rape of Nanking

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in History: Dec 13

This Day in History: Dec 13, 1937: The Rape of Nanking

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Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in History: Dec 13

Although the Japanese government has admitted the acts of killing of a large number of noncombatants, looting and other violence committed by the Imperial ...

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in History: Dec 13

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in Crime History: DECEMBER 02, 1961 : CASTRO DECLARES HIMSELF A MARXIST-LENINIST

Chapman was a troubled individual who was obsessed with Holden Caulfield, the protagonist of J. D. Salinger's novel about a disaffected youth, ...

This Day in WWII History: Dec 8, 1941: The United States declares war on Japan

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in History: Dec 13, 1937: The Rape of Nanking

This Day in History: Dec 18, 1878: The death of Molly-ism

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in History: Dec 13, 1937: The Rape of Nanking

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in WWII History: Dec

This Day in WWII History: Dec 22, 1941: Churchill and Roosevelt discuss war and peace

This Day in WWII History: Dec 19, 1941: Hitler takes command of the German army

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

Germans form the Smolensk Committee to enlist Soviet soldiers, 1942

Just after midnight on Christmas morning, the majority of German troops engaged in World War I cease firing their guns and artillery and commence to sing ...

On this day, a civil war breaks out in Athens as communist guerillas battle democratic forces for control of a liberated Greece. Germany had occupied Greece ...

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in History: Dec 13, 1937: The Rape of Nanking. See more. His Imperial Highness Prince Kan'in Haruhito of Japan ...

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

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in Crime History: DECEMBER

Singer John Lennon is shot and killed by Mark David Chapman outside his apartment building in New York City. After committing the murder, Chapman waited ...

The midnight raid, popularly known as the "Boston Tea Party," was in protest of the British Parliament's Tea Act of 1773, a bill designed to save the ...

Five-year-old Melissa Brannen disappears without a trace from a Christmas party in Fairfax, Virginia. The intensive forensic investigation that followed led ...

These are the times that try men's souls; the summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; ...

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

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This Day in WWII History: Dec 10, 1941: Japan becomes master of the Pacific and South China Sea

On this day in 2001, the Enron Corporation files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in a New York court, sparking one of the largest corporate scandals in ...

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in Crime History: DECEMBER

Following a year of severely strained relations between the United States and Cuba, Cuban leader Fidel Castro openly declares that he is a Marxist-Leninist.

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 ...

This Day in History: Apr 3, 1882: Jesse James is murdered

This Day in History: Apr 13, 1866: Butch Cassidy is born

Bernhard Goetz, who shot four young black men on a subway car the previous day, flees New York City and heads for New Hampshire after becoming the central ...

This day in History: Jun 19, 1953: Rosenbergs executed

This Day in WWII History: Dec 18, 1941: Japan invades Hong Kong

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Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in Crime History: DECEMBER

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13, 354, Tagaste, Numidia [now Souk Ahras, Algeria]—died Aug. 28, 430, Hippo Regius [now Annaba, Algeria]), feast day ...

On this day in 1978, Richard Chase, who becomes known as the “Dracula Killer,” murders Evelyn Miroth and Daniel Meredith, as well as Miroth's 6-year-old son ...

A botched burglary attempt further clouds one of the earliest kidnap-for-ransom cases. As he was about to go to bed, wealthy New Yorker Holmes Van Brunt ...

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in Crime History: DECEMBER

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in Crime History: DECEMBER 07, 1993 : COMMUTE OF TERROR

On this day in 1978, John Wayne Gacy confesses to police to killing over two dozen boys and young men and burying their bodies under his suburban Chicago ...

This Day in WWII History: Dec 30, 1884: Tojo is born

On this day in 4977 B.C., the universe is created, according to German mathematician and astronomer Johannes Kepler, considered a founder of modern science.

This Day in World War 1 History: OCTOBER 13, 1915 : POET CHARLES SORLEY KILLED AT LOOS

This Day in WWII History: Mar 19, 1945: General Fromm executed for plot against Hitler

Opening testimony takes place in the highly publicized rape trial of William Kennedy Smith, a nephew of President John F. Kennedy and son of Jean Kennedy ...

... Vittorio Orlando and Foreign Minister Sidney Sonnino—returns to the Versailles Peace Conference in Paris, France, after leaving abruptly 11 days earlier ...

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 ...

This Day in History: Apr 5, 1994: Kurt Cobain commits suicide

... Massachusetts, and shoots workers with a rifle, killing two receptionists and wounding five other employees. He was captured the next day ...

Leona Helmsley, nicknamed the “Queen of Mean” by the press, receives a four-year prison sentence, 750 hours of community service, and a $7.1 million tax ...

This Day in History: Sep 13, 1916: Children's author Roald Dahl is born

On this day in 2008, financier Bernard Madoff is arrested at his New York City apartment and charged with masterminding a long-running Ponzi scheme later ...

Italian physicist and radio pioneer Guglielmo Marconi succeeds in sending the first radio transmission across the Atlantic Ocean, disproving detractors who ...

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in Crime History: DECEMBER 17, 1986 : “OPERATION ICEMAN” NABS THE CULPRIT

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John Kehoe, the last of the Molly Maguires, is executed in Pennsylvania. The Molly Maguires, an Irish secret society that had allegedly been responsible for ...

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, ...

British surrender Hong Kong, 1941

This Day in WWII History: Dec 1, 1944: Stettinius succeeds Hull as secretary of state

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in Crime History: DECEMBER

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in Crime History: DECEMBER 17, 1986 : “OPERATION ICEMAN” NABS THE CULPRIT

Federal Judge Robert Vance is instantly killed by a powerful explosion after opening a package mailed to his housenear Birmingham, Alabama. Two days later ...

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

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 ...

On this day in 1888, Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh, suffering from severe depression, cuts off the lower part of his left ear with a razor while staying in ...

This Day in World War 1 History: APRIL 20, 1917 : NIVELLE OFFENSIVE ENDS IN FAILURE

Richard Kuklinski, a suspect in several murders, is arrested by undercover agents at a truck stop off the New Jersey Turnpike, marking the culmination of ...

On this day in 2009, Michael Jackson, one of the most commercially successful entertainers in history, dies at the age of 50 at his home in Los Angeles, ...

The bodies of dissident union leader Jock Yablonski, his wife, and daughter are discovered in their Clarksville, Pennsylvania, farmhouse by Yablonski's ...

This Day in History: Feb 4, 1974: Patty Hearst kidnapped

This Day in History: Dec 28, 1895: First commercial movie screened

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

This Day in WWII History: Mar 13, 1944: London suspends travel between Ireland and Britain

This Day in History: Dec 14, 1911: Amundsen reaches South Pole

On this day in 1633, Italian philosopher, astronomer and mathematician Galileo Galilei arrives in Rome to face charges of heresy for advocating Copernican ...

This Day in History: DECEMBER 07, 1988 : EARTHQUAKES WREAK HAVOC IN ARMENIA

A powerful earthquake off the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia, on this day in 2004 sets off a tsunami that wreaks death and devastation across the Indian Ocean ...

Black Panthers Fred Hampton, 21, and Mark Clark, 22, are gunned down by 14 police officers as they lie sleeping in their Chicago, Illinois, apartment.

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in WWII History: Dec 22, 1941: Churchill and Roosevelt discuss war and peace

Gunmen steal the champion Irish race horse Shergar from a stud farm owned by the Aga Khan in County Kildare, Ireland. The five-year-old thoroughbred ...

On this day, the Lexington, one of the two largest aircraft carriers employed by the United States during World War II, makes its way across the Pacific in ...

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in World War 1 History: JULY 23, 1914 : AUSTRIA-HUNGARY ISSUES ULTIMATUM TO SERBIA

This Day in WWII History: Dec 9, 1940: Brits launch offensive against Italians in North Africa

This Day in Crime History: DECEMBER 28, 1793 : AN AMERICAN HERO IS ARRESTED IN FRANCE

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On this day in 1890, in the final chapter of America's long Indian wars, the U.S. Cavalry kills 146 Sioux at Wounded Knee on the Pine Ridge reservation in ...

This Day in History: Feb 19, 1473: Copernicus born

This Day in World War 1 History: Feb 13, 1920: League of Nations recognizes perpetual Swiss neutrality

This day in History: Jun 25, 2009: “King of Pop” Michael Jackson dies at age 50

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

On this day in 2004, the defense for Daniel Pelosi, an electrician on trial for the killing of his girlfriend's estranged husband, R. Theodore “Ted” Ammon, ...

Brits launch offensive against Italians in North Africa, 1940