Description: 1941 in Articles and Photos. Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms. President Franklin Roosevelt delivered his Four Freedoms speech on this day. It would form the basis of the UN Declaration ... The Man Who Saved Elton John's Life. One-Man Mission of Rudolf …
Description: John Robson of TheRebel.media reflects on the anniversary of Hitler's decision to invade the Soviet Union. MORE: https://www.therebel.media/today_in_history...
Description: May 26, 2020 · May 26, 1941 Avenging Brother On this day in 1941, Sergeant Clive Hulme learned of the death of his brother Harold, also fighting in the battle for Crete. The life expectancy for German snipers was about to become noticeably shorter. Throughout the history of armed conflict, men who have endured combat together have formed a special bond.
Description: Dec 06, 2020 · Serial killer Anna Marie Hahn, convicted of poisoning four men, was the first woman to be executed in the electric chair in Ohio. 1941 Imperial Japan’s navy launched a pre-emptive attack on the...
Description: Aug 19, 2021 · 1941 Romania annexes the Transnistria territory from the Soviet Union after Operation Barbarossa - Today in History. Generally speaking, westerners remember Operation Barbarossa as an invasion of the Soviet Union carried out by Germany and Germany alone. Generally speaking, westerners remember Operation Barbarossa as an invasion of the Soviet Union carried out by …
Description: Two crucial events occurred in 1941 that would have a profound impact on the war for the Axis powers - the Germans turned their attention to the Soviets in the east and the Empire of Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. This spurred both powers to gear up for a long war as patriotism reigned supreme in those days.
Description: On December 7, 1941, Japanese planes attacked the United States Naval Base at Pearl Harbor , Hawaii Territory, killing more than 2,300 Americans. The U.S.S. Arizona was completely destroyed and the U.S.S. Oklahoma capsized.
Description: History fast facts. The 16th century Escorial palace of King Phillip II of Spain had 1,200 doors. The world’s first travel agencies were Cox & Kings, founded in 1758, and Thomas Cook, founded in 1850. A dog was the first in space and a sheep, a duck and a rooster the first to fly in a hot air balloon.
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