Posted: August 6, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Cold War Radio welcomes guest Mark Schwartz retired SPAWAR Space and Naval Warfare employee turned humanitarian worker to the program.

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Show Notes:

Murrieta Group’s National Border Convoy Experiences 4:30 AM Hotel Evacuation by Citizen Militia Groups Over Cartel Threat
Today in Cold War History for August 6
1951 : A fourth straight day of fighting occurred between the allies and Korean forces in western Korea. The U.S. Eighth Army engaged the enemy at dawn and Korean forces launched a counter attack.
1958 U.S. performs atmospheric nuclear test at Johnston Island
1960 – Cuban Revolution: Cuba nationalizes American and foreign-owned property in the nation.
1961 – Gherman S Titov, 2nd Russian in space aboard Vostok 2 (17 orbits)
1962 – Jamaica becomes independent from the United Kingdom.
1965 – Indian troops invade Pakistan
1969 : In the city of Hiroshima, Japanese ceremonies were held commemorating the 25th anniversary of dropping the H-bomb when 100,000 Japanese were killed. The attack on Hiroshima was the first time that an atomic bomb had been used in warfare. Shinto and Christian memorial services were held across the city and a minute of silence was observed. The atomic bomb was dropped by Americans on August 6, 1945. Antinuclear protests broke out in Hiroshima led by Japanese socialists and communists.
1977 : President Carter got approval in the house for a new energy bill which called for a move away from foreign oil and a more efficient use of energy by Americans. The goal was to save 2-3 million barrels a day
1981 NASA launches Fltsatcom-5, it failed
1983 Supertanker Castillo de Bellvar explodes at South Africa
1985 19th space shuttle mission (51-F), Challenger 8, lands at Edwards AFB
1985 : In Tel Aviv, Israel, a suicide bomber astride a donkey exploded near a pro-Israeli site in Southern Lebanon. According to Israel Army Radio both the burrow and the bomber were killed and one Lebanese person was wounded.
1985 – The 40th anniversary of the Hiroshima atomic bombing brought tens of thousands of Japanese and foreigners to Hiroshima.
1990 – Gulf War: the United Nations Security Council orders a global trade embargo against Iraq in response to Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait.
1990 – President Ghulam Ishaq Kahn dismisses Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in Pakistan
1991 – Tim Berners-Lee releases files describing his idea for the World Wide Web. WWW debuts as a publicly available service on the Internet.
Migrants clash in France as camp tensions soar

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