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This Day in History Calender- September 14

In assasination, Foreign Affairs, History, September 11, Technology, tragedy on October 8, 2007 by Editor Z

Courtesy: hippy.com & wikipedia

1886: Typewriter ribbon is pattoned.

1901: A nation mourns and is shaken to the core, as their leader fades from this world and the present and is carried out of this world by the tide of forces beyond our understanding and often beyond our control and into that vast sea of history, when then U.S President William McKinley perishes from wounds he received when an anarchist shot him eight days prior in New York.

1917: Following rebellion, revolution, and the overthrow of Czar Nicholas II as well as the monarchical structure of the country, Russia officially is deemed a republic.

1948: As the great powers of the world coalesce to form new institutions from the debris of World War II, the foundations for United Nations headquarters in New York City begins to be laid.

1960: The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is established.

2001: America mourns, as a Prayer Service is carried out at the Washington National Cathedral in Washington D.C for victim’s of the 9/11 Attacks.

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