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Today In Cold War History
1946 – The British Cabinet Mission, consisting of Lord Pethick-Lawrence, Sir Stafford Cripps and A. V. Alexander, arrives in India to discuss and plan for the transfer of power from the British Raj to Indian leadership.
1949: President Harry S. Truman authorizes $16 million in aid for Palestinian refugees displaced and facing starvation as a result of Israel’s War of Independence in 1948.
1954: Nash Kelvinator Corporation and the Hudson Motor Car Company merged to form the American Motors Corporation ( AMC ) .
1958 – Rock ‘n’ roll teen idol Elvis Presley is drafted in the U.S. Army.
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.
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.
1978: The tanker Amoco Cadiz splits in two off the coast of France during strong winds dumping 220,000 tons of crude oil on the Brittany coast line. The spill has created an oil slick 18 miles wide and 80 miles long causing an environmental ecological disaster in the area.
1980 – Archbishop Óscar Romero is killed while celebrating Mass in San Salvador.
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.

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Why Western Civilization Has Lost Its Self-Confidence

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1947 – The American and British occupation zones in Germany, after World War II, merge to form the Bizone, which later (with the French zone) became part of West Germany.
1947 – The Canadian Citizenship Act 1946 comes into effect, converting British subjects into Canadian citizens. Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King becomes the first Canadian citizen.
1949 – United Nations cease-fire takes effect in Kashmir from one minute before midnight. War between India and Pakistan stops accordingly.
1957 – An Irish Republican Army (IRA) unit attacks Brookeborough RUC barracks during Operation Harvest; two IRA volunteers killed.
1958 – The European Economic Community is established.
1959 – Fulgencio Batista, dictator of Cuba, is overthrown by Fidel Castro’s forces during the Cuban Revolution.
1962 – United States Navy SEALs established.
1966: Select portions of the 1st Regiment of the 1st Marine troops were sent to Vietnam on this day, followed by the rest of this division which arrived by March. The 1st Marine Division was stationed at Chu Lai, where its headquarters were established.
During the battles that followed the above-mentioned arrival, 20 members had received the Medal of Honor. This was an award given to those who committed brave acts on the battlefield.
The 1st Marine Division was also awarded the Presidential citation twice. This is considered a very prestigious honor that is usually only given out to military units who carry out extraordinarily brave and heroic acts.
1971 – Cigarette advertisements are banned on American television.
1979 – Formal diplomatic relations are established between China and the United States.
1981 – Palau achieves self-government though it is not independent from the United States.
1984 – The original American Telephone & Telegraph Company is divested of its 22 Bell System companies as a result of the settlement of the 1974 United States Department of Justice antitrust suit against AT&T.
1987 – A value-added tax is introduced in Greece for the first time.
1989 – The Montreal Protocol comes into force, stopping the use of chemicals contributing to ozone depletion.

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Sharia Law Implemented In First American City With Muslim Majority City Council

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Today In Cold War History
1954 – Alger Hiss is released from prison after serving 44 months for perjury.
Alger Hiss was an American government official who was accused of being a Soviet spy in 1948 and convicted of perjury in connection with this charge in 1950. Before he was tried and convicted, he was involved in the establishment of the United Nations both as a U.S. State Department official and as a U.N. official.On August 3, 1948, Whittaker Chambers, a former Communist Party member, testified under subpoena before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) that Hiss had secretly been a Communist, though not a spy, while in federal service. Called before HUAC, Hiss categorically denied the charge.During the pretrial discovery process, Chambers produced new evidence indicating that he and Hiss had been involved in espionage, which both men had previously denied under oath to HUAC.
1963 – The Convention on the Unification of Certain Points of Substantive Law on Patents for Invention is signed at Strasbourg.
1965 – Vietnam War: The Pentagon tells U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson that if planned operations are to succeed, the number of American troops in Vietnam has to be increased from 120,000 to 400,000.
1971 – The Soviet space program’s Mars 2 orbiter releases a descent module. It malfunctions and crashes, but it is the first man-made object to reach the surface of Mars.
1973 – Twenty-fifth Amendment: The United States Senate votes 92–3 to confirm Gerald Ford as Vice President of the United States. (On December 6, the House will confirm him 387–35).
1975 – The Provisional IRA assassinates Ross McWhirter, after a press conference in which McWhirter had announced a reward for the capture of those responsible for multiple bombings and shootings across England.
1978 – In San Francisco, city mayor George Moscone and openly gay city supervisor Harvey Milk are assassinated by former supervisor Dan White. White was angry that Moscone had refused to reappoint him to his seat on the Board of Supervisors, from which White had just resigned, and that Milk had lobbied heavily against his reappointment. These events helped bring national notice to then-Board President Dianne Feinstein, who became the first female mayor of San Francisco and eventually U.S. Senator for California.
White was subsequently convicted of voluntary manslaughter, rather than first degree murder. The verdict sparked the “White Night riots” in San Francisco, and led to the state of California abolishing the diminished capacity criminal defense. It also led to the urban legend of the “Twinkie defense”, as many media reports had incorrectly described the defense as having attributed White’s diminished capacity to the effects of sugar-laden junk food.[2][3] White committed suicide in 1985, a little more than a year after his release from prison.

1978 – The Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) is founded in the city of Riha (Urfa) in Turkey.
1991 – The United Nations Security Council adopts Security Council Resolution 721, leading the way to the establishment of peacekeeping operations in Yugoslavia.

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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
1947 – The State of Prussia ceases to exist.
1948 – The Communist Party takes control of government in Czechoslovakia and the period of the Third Republic ends.
1954 – Gamal Abdel Nasser is made premier of Egypt.
1956 – In his speech On the Cult of Personality and Its Consequences, Nikita Khrushchev, leader of the Soviet Union denounces the cult of personality of Joseph Stalin. The speech was a milestone in the “Khrushchev Thaw.” Superficially, the speech was an attempt to draw the Soviet Communist Party closer to Leninism. Khrushchev’s ulterior motivation, however, was to legitimize and help consolidate his control of the Communist party and government, power obtained in a political struggle with Stalin loyalists Vyacheslav Molotov and Georgy Malenkov.
The Khrushchev report was known as the “Secret Speech” because it was delivered at an unpublicized closed session of Communist Party delegates, with guests and members of the press excluded. Although the text of the Khrushchev report leaked almost immediately, the official Russian text was published only in 1989 during the glasnost campaign of Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev.
1964 – North Korean Prime Minister Kim Il-sung calls for the removal of feudalistic land ownership aimed at turning all cooperative farms into state-run ones.
1964 – U.S. Air Force launches a satellite employing a US Air Force Atlas/Agena combination from Point Arguello (LC-2-3) in California and from Cape Kennedy in Florida.
1968 – Vietnam War: 135 unarmed citizens of Hà My village in South Vietnam’s Quảng Nam Province are killed and buried en masse by South Korean troops in what would come to be known as the Hà My massacre.
1971 – The first unit of the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, the first commercial nuclear power station in Canada, goes online.
1980 – The government of Suriname is overthrown by a military coup which is initiated by the bombing of the police station from an army ship off the coast of the nation’s capital, Paramaribo
1986 – People Power Revolution: President of the Philippines Ferdinand Marcos flees the nation after 20 years of rule; Corazon Aquino becomes the Philippines’ first woman president.
1991 – Gulf War: An Iraqi scud missile hits an American military barracks in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia killing 28 U.S. Army Reservists from Pennsylvania.
1991 – The Warsaw Pact is declared disbanded.

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