Cold War Radio #213

Posted: June 22, 2015 in Uncategorized
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Today In Cold War History
1955 – US air patrol plane shot down above Bering sea. a US Navy P2V Neptune with a crew of 11 was attacked by two Soviet Air Forces fighter aircraft along the International Date Line in international waters over the Bering Straits, between Siberia’s Kamchatka Peninsula and Alaska. The P2V crashed on St. Lawrence Island’s northwest cape, near the village of Gambell. Villagers rescued the crew, 3 of which were wounded by Soviet fire and 4 of which were injured in the crash.
1957 – The Soviet Union launches an R-12 missile for the first time (in the Kapustin Yar).
1969 – The Cuyahoga River catches fire in Cleveland, Ohio, drawing national attention to water pollution, and spurring the passing of the Clean Water Act and the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency.
1970 : President Nixon signed a bill to lower the voting age to 18 for all federal, state and local elections, In addition to lowering the voting age, the bill placed a five-year extension on the 1965 Voting Rights Act, which gave more than one million African Americans in the South the right to vote.
1972 – The Irish Republican Army announce that it would call a ceasefire from 26 June 1972 provided that there is a “reciprocal response” from the security forces
1975 – The Ulster Volunteer Force try to derail a train by planting a bomb on the railway line near County Kildare, Ireland; a civilian tries to stop the UVF volunteers, and is stabbed-to-death (his actions delay the explosion enough to let the train pass safely)
1976 : Parliament votes to abolish capital punishment in Canada
1978 – Charon, a satellite of the dwarf planet Pluto, is discovered by American astronomer James W. Christy.
1981 – 2 Habash terrorists attack a travel agency in Greece killing 2
1987 – The International Labour Organisation, meeting for its annual conference in Geneva, calls for international sanctions against South African minerals
1990 – Checkpoint Charlie is dismantled in Berlin.

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