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A Presidential Visit to Niagara Falls, October 17, 1936

On Saturday, October 17, 1936, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, thirty-second President of the United States, and First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt, were greeted in Niagara Falls, New York, by at least 40,000 spectators.   684 more words

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United Nations at Muir Woods 70 Years Ago

On May 19, 1945, more than 500 United Nations delegates traveled from the first U.N. peace conference to Muir Woods National Monument from San Francisco. 304 more words

Forest Facts

NEWS FLASH – May 16-18, 1940 – The Roving Reporter, Aki Solomos, Covering The News 75 Years Ago Today

May 18, 1940
As trouble continues on land and sea throughout the world, your Roving Reporter brings you the news as it happens to give you folks at home the stories of the day… 391 more words
1940 WWII History

NEWS FLASH – May 6-7, 1940 – The Roving Reporter, Aki Solomos, Covering The News 75 Years Ago Today

May 7, 1940
As trouble continues on land and sea throughout the world, your Roving Reporter brings you the news as it happens to give you folks at home the stories of the day… 408 more words
1940 WWII History

NEWS FLASH – May 2-3, 1940 – The Roving Reporter, Aki Solomos, Covering The News 75 Years Ago Today

May 3, 1940
As trouble continues on land and sea throughout the world, your Roving Reporter brings you the news as it happens to give you folks at home the stories of the day… 417 more words

1940 WWII History

WWII Chronology - May 1941 Actions

Effective this month–and every month thereafter until the war’s end in 1945–I will be posting selected actions as they occurred in World War II. This is in response to a number of requests from readers who would like to have discussions with the younger generations about the challenges of war.  160 more words

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The Holocaust - We Must Remember - James Pool: Hitler and His Secret Partners

 

THE HOLOCAUST: WE MUST REMEMBER 

Here is a short clip from this amazing and informative interview:

30-Hour Series of Interviews broadcast on the Roger Fredinburg Radio Program… 9,629 more words

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