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1947 – Malagasy Uprising against French colonial rule in Madagascar.
1951 – Ethel and Julius Rosenberg are convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage.
1961 – The Twenty-third Amendment to the United States Constitution is ratified, allowing residents of Washington, D.C., to vote in presidential elections.
1962 – Arturo Frondizi, the president of Argentina, is overthrown in a military coup by Argentina’s armed forces, ending an 11½ day constitutional crisis.
1967: The British Royal Navy continues it’s attempt to sink the remains of the supertanker Torrey Canyon just off the coast of Lands End, hoping to ignite a fire and burn off the massive oil slick near the ship containing tens of thousands of tons of oil. This is now the second day the navy has tried and has so far dropped 62,000lbs of bombs, 5,200 gallons of petrol, 11 rockets and large quantities of napalm onto the ship.
The ship was eventually sunk the next day
1971 – My Lai Massacre: Lieutenant William Calley is convicted of premeditated murder and sentenced to life in prison. He was the only officer ever convicted for the massacre and was sentenced to life imprisonment with hard labor but was released within three days , pending appeal, on the personal instructions of President Richard Nixon, and spent the next three years under house arrest at Fort Benning in Georgia.
He was Freed on bail in 1974 his sentence was then cut to 10 years but he was paroled later that year after completing one third of his sentence.
1971 – A Los Angeles jury recommends the death penalty for Charles Manson and three female followers.
1973 – Vietnam War: The last United States combat soldiers leave South Vietnam.
1973 – Operation Barrel Roll, a covert US bombing campaign in Laos to stop communist infiltration of South Vietnam, ends.
1974 – Local farmers in Lintong District, Xi’an, Shaanxi province, China, discover the Terracotta Army that was buried with Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China, in the third century BCE.
1974 – NASA’s Mariner 10 becomes the first space probe to fly by Mercury.
1990 – The Czechoslovak parliament is unable to reach an agreement on what to call the country after the fall of Communism, sparking the so-called Hyphen War.

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Today In Cold War History
1953 – Julius and Ethel Rosenberg are executed at Sing Sing, in New York. Because the United States Federal Bureau of Prisons did not operate an electric chair at the time, the Rosenbergs were transferred to the New York State-run Sing Sing Correctional Facility in Ossining for execution. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed in the electric chair at sundown on June 19, 1953. The executioner was Joseph Francel, then the executioner of New York.
1961 – Kuwait declares independence from the United Kingdom.
1964 – The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is approved after surviving an 83-day filibuster in the United States Senate.
1970 – The Patent Cooperation Treaty is signed.
1972 – A Catholic civilian is shot dead by the Provisional Irish Republican Army in the Cracked Cup Social Club, Belfast
1976 – US Viking 1 goes into Martian orbit after 10-month flight from Earth
1980 : An attack on the British embassy by attackers, armed with automatic weapons and grenades, ends when three of the attackers are shot dead by Iraqi security forces. No British embassy staff were injured during the attack.
1981 – Boeing commercial Chinook 2-rotor helicopter is certified
1981 – European Space Agency’s Ariane carries 2 satellites into orbit
1982 – In one of the first militant attacks by Hezbollah, David S. Dodge, president of the American University of Beirut, is kidnapped.
1985 – Members of the Revolutionary Party of Central American Workers, dressed as Salvadoran soldiers, attack the Zona Rosa area of San Salvador.
1988 -Sardinian province of Sassari, World’s Largest Sausage completed at 13 1/8 miles long. The record no longer stands. It was beaten in 2009 by the province of Potenza who created a 450 meter sausage.Beaten again in Romania in 2004 at 62.7km
1990 – The current international law defending indigenous peoples, Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, 1989, is ratified for the first time by Norway.
1990 – The Communist Party of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic is founded in Moscow.
1991 – The Soviet occupation of Hungary ends.
1991 – Colombian drug baron Pablo Escobar surrenders to police

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<8PM EDT> Tune in live on The405Media <8PM EDT> 177a Russia’s Return To Nicaragua Worrying Many In Central America Cold War Radio can also be heard on Spreaker and iHeart Radio. Chat room is open. Like us on FaceBook and Follow us on Spreaker Help Cold War Radio/Steel City Resistance Take the show on the road. Get your Cold War Radio gear at the Bunker. Proceeds go directly to show development and on location interviews. Something for everyone. ipad405 Show Notes: Boehner ‘Shocked’ By Report Israel Spied On Iran Talks White House: US To Slow Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan UK Teenage MUSLIM Convert Gets 22 Year Sentence For Planning To Behead Another British Soldier In London Russia’s Return To Nicaragua Worrying Many In Central America Today In Cold War History 1947 – John D. Rockefeller Jr donates NYC East River site to the UN 1954: Nash Kelvinator Corporation and the Hudson Motor Car Company merged to form the American Motors Corporation ( AMC ) . 1955 – 1st seagoing oil drill rig placed in service 1958 – Rock’N’Roll teen idol Elvis Presley is drafted in the U.S. Army. 1959 – The Party of the African Federation is launched by Léopold Sédar Senghor and Modibo Keïta. 1965 – NASA spacecraft Ranger 9, equipped to convert its signals into a form suitable for showing on domestic television, brings images of the Moon into ordinary homes before crash landing. 1966 – Selective Service announces college deferments based on performance 1972 – The United Kingdom imposes direct rule over Northern Ireland. 1976 – In Argentina, the armed forces overthrow the constitutional government of President Isabel Perón and start a 7-year dictatorial period self-styled the National Reorganization Process. Since 2006, a public holiday known as Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice is held on this day. 1980 – ABC’s nightly Iran Hostage crisis program renamed “Nightline” 1982 – US sub Jacksonville collides with a Turkish freighter near Virginia. USS Jacksonville (SSN-699), a Los Angeles-class attack submarine, is the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Jacksonville, Florida. Jacksonville has been involved in several collisions with other vessels during her over 30 years of operation: (1) While outbound with an inbound Turkish merchant vessel General Z. Dogan in the vicinity of Norfolk, Virginia on 22 March 1982, (2) with a barge positioned across Chesapeake Bay’s Thimble Shoal Channel, requiring the replacement of the submarine’s sonar dome, on 21 September 1984, (3) with the container ship Saudi Makkah near the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay, requiring repairs to the submarine’s fairwater planes and rudder, on 17 May 1996,and (4) with an unnamed fishing vessel while on regular patrol in the Persian Gulf on 10 January 2013. The ship’s main periscope was sheared off in the collision. On 20 December 2004 a small fire broke out aboard Jacksonville while she was undergoing a refueling overhaul at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. The fire was immediately extinguished and the reactor was never in danger, though a shipyard firefighter and a sailor were treated at the scene for smoke inhalation. 1989 – Exxon Valdez oil spill: In Prince William Sound in Alaska, the Exxon Valdez spills 240,000 barrels (38,000 m3) of crude oil after running aground. Sweden, Nato Report Russian Military Planes Over Baltic Sea

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Today in Cold War History
1964 : Following the success of the Barbie doll for girls Hasbro launch G.I. Joe an action figure for boys. G.I. Joe stood for “Government Issue Joe” , There were originally four figures launched one for each branch of the Armed Forces.
1972 – The British embassy in Dublin is destroyed in protest at Bloody Sunday.
1972 : The British embassy in Dublin is destroyed by crowds throwing fire bombs as retaliation over the shooting dead of 13 people in Londonderry.
1980 – Reports surface that the FBI is targeting allegedly corrupt Congressmen in the Abscam operation. ABSCAM—was a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) sting operation that took place in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The two-year investigation was directed from the FBI’s office in Hauppauge, New York, and was under the supervision of Assistant Director Neil J. Welch, who headed the bureau’s New York division, and Thomas P. Puccio, head of the Justice Department’s Organized Crime Strike Force for the Eastern District of New York. The operation initially targeted trafficking in stolen property and corruption of prestigious businessmen, but was later converted to a public corruption investigation. The FBI, aided by the Justice Department and a convicted con-man, videotaped politicians accepting bribes from a fraudulent Arabian company in return for various political favors.
More than thirty political figures were investigated, and among these thirty a total of seven Congressmen — six members of the United States House of Representatives and one United States Senator — were convicted.[3] Not only were there members of Congress, but also one member of the New Jersey State Senate, members of the Philadelphia City Council, the Mayor of Camden, New Jersey, and an inspector for the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service.
1982 – 1982 Hama massacre: the government of Syria attacks the town of Hama. The Hama massacre occurred in February 1982, when the Syrian Arab Army and the Defense Companies, under the orders of the country’s then-president, Hafez al-Assad, besieged the town of Hama for 27 days in order to quell an uprising by the Muslim Brotherhood against al-Assad’s government.[1][2] The massacre, carried out by the Syrian Army under commanding General Rifaat al-Assad, effectively ended the campaign begun in 1976 by Sunni Muslim groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood, against the government.
1987 – After the 1986 People Power Revolution, the Philippines enacts a new constitution.
1987 : Terry Waite is kidnapped by the Islamic militia group Islamic Jihad in Lebanon .
1989 – Soviet war in Afghanistan: The last Soviet armoured column leaves Kabul.
1990 – Apartheid: F. W. de Klerk announces the unbanning of the African National Congress and promises to release Nelson Mandela.

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