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August 12 in San Antonio history...

Police cars were equipped with sirens similar to those used by the fire department. They were to be used only while the cars were responding to emergency calls. 62 more words


August 5 in San Antonio history...

San Antonio’s first radio station (WJAE) begins broadcasting, but lasts only a few months.

The 21st annual North-South All-Star high school football game is held in Alamo Stadium as the culminating event of the week-long Texas High School Coaches’ Association meeting held in the Alamo City.   88 more words


Tutankhamen (Ethnicity)

Two of my ‘reply’ emails to a good friend (WL) whilst discussing the claims made by some Western researchers that Tutankhamen carried European, or Caucasian DNA.   828 more words

Human Interest

On this day: Coney Island in 1922

Sunday bathers at Coney Island on the 30th of July, 1922.



Lenin's Rolls-Royce

What would be an appropriate car for the working-class leader of the world’s first communist state, an exemplary proletarian? The answer is Rolls-Royce. At least it is so in the case of  Vladimir Ilych Lenin. 320 more words

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