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"antarctic coast" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"antarctic coast" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"22. We've got our today in history for January 27th in 16 06 the gunpowder plot the trial of guy fucks. Another conspirators begins and it ends with their execution on January 31st. Four days only took that much to convict him. 17 85, the University of Georgia is founded the first public university in the United States. 18 20, a Russian expedition led by Bobby and Gothel, Yvonne Belling, Hsuehshan and male Petro vich less Eris. Discovered the Antarctic continent. Approaching the Antarctic coast. We'll just call him Petra. You never heard of those guys. 18 25 U S. Congress approved Indian territory and what is present day Oklahoma, clearing the way for the forced relocation of the Eastern Indians. On what was then called the Trail of Tears, and a lot of Seminole Indians from Florida were made to be a part of that, that a great part of our history at all. Not at all. 18 80 Thomas Edison got a patent for his incandescent lamp. The light bolt. 1939 the first flight of the Lockheed P 38 Lightning. Which the P 38 was quite a plane back then. 1943 World War two, the eighth Air Force sorties 91 B seventeen's and B 20 fours toe attack the U boat construction yards that William Shove in Germany. This was the first American bombing attack on Germany. 1951 nuclear testing at the Nevada test site begins with Operation Ranger. 1967 in the Apollo program. Remember this. This is very tragic. Astronauts Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee were killed in a fire during a test of the Apollo one spacecraft. At the Kennedy Space Center, 1967 and the Cold War, the Soviet Union, the U. S and the United Kingdom signed the Outer Space Treaty in D. C. Banning deployment of nuclear weapons in space and limiting the use of the moon and other celestial bodies to peaceful purposes. Worse. Now we're preparing with the space force just in case that doesn't pan out 1973. The Paris peace accords officially ended the Vietnam War. Colonel William Knoll. A is killed in action becoming the conflicts last recorded American combat casualties in the Vietnam.

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