"News search on Chronorama" - News

Google images news
Google news search En


PHOTOS: Today in history — October 18 - The Denver Post


The Denver Post

PHOTOS: Today in history — October 18
The Denver Post
The new U.S. Roebling amphibian tank, emerging from the gulf of Mexico after being tested by U.S. marines on Oct. 18, 1941. It can be used as easily in water as on land and, say the U.S. marines who tested it, 'will turn on a dime', so fine are its ...



Today in History: October 17 - Gazettextra


Gazettextra

Today in History: October 17
Gazettextra
Today's Birthdays: Actress Marsha Hunt is 100. Actress Julie Adams is 91. Country singer Earl Thomas Conley is 76. Singer Jim Seals (Seals & Crofts) is 75. Singer Gary Puckett is 75. Actor Michael McKean is 70. Actress Margot Kidder is 69. Actor George ...
Today in History: Oct. 17 | WTOPWTOP

all 2 news articles »


Today in History: October 18 - Janesville Gazette


Janesville Gazette

Today in History: October 18
Janesville Gazette
Police use tear gas and night sticks to break up anti-war demonstrations at the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Oct. 18, 1967. A sit-in was staged to protest job recruiting on campus by Dow Chemical, maker of napalm for the Vietnam war.

and more »


PHOTOS: Today in history — October 17 - The Denver Post


The Denver Post

PHOTOS: Today in history — October 17
The Denver Post
Former Beatle John Lennon, center, poses in front of the marquee at New York's Beacon Theater on Thursday, Oct. 17, 1974 where the "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band on the Road" will open soon. Lennon has his arm around Bruce Scott, who will ...



Today in History: October 16 - Gazettextra


Gazettextra

Today in History: October 16
Gazettextra
Thought for Today: "What is time? The shadow on the dial, the striking of the clock, the running of the sand, day and night, summer and winter, months, years, centuries — these are but arbitrary and outward signs, the measure of Time, not Time itself ...

and more »


Today in history: 'Enemy aliens' required to register in Wexford County - Cadillac News


Today in history: 'Enemy aliens' required to register in Wexford County
Cadillac News
All enemy aliens are required to be registered with the Federal Department of Justice. Wexford County Clerk Felix Flynn is in receipt of a communication from J. Herbert Cole, special agent for the state of Michigan, calling attention to the president's ...



Today in History for October 18th | | oleantimesherald.com - Olean Times Herald


Today in History for October 18th | | oleantimesherald.com
Olean Times Herald
Highlights of this day in history: Inventor Thomas Edison dies; Three scientists share Nobel prize for DNA work; Anthrax scare hits CBS in New York; Two U.S. ...

and more »


Today in History: Oct. 12 - WTOP


WTOP

Today in History: Oct. 12
WTOP
On Oct. 12, 1492 (according to the Old Style calendar), Christopher Columbus' expedition arrived in the present-day Bahamas. On this date: In 1792, the first recorded U.S. celebration of Columbus Day was held to mark the tricentennial of Christopher ...

and more »


Today in History: Local World War II hero killed in action - The Killeen Daily Herald


The Killeen Daily Herald

Today in History: Local World War II hero killed in action
The Killeen Daily Herald
Capt. Robert “Bob” Manning Gray, a Killeen native famed for his participation in the Doolittle Raid, died when his aircraft crashed into the Himalaya mountains during World War II. His death occurred six months to the day after the April 18, 1942 ...

and more »


PHOTOS: Today in history — October 14 - The Denver Post


The Denver Post

PHOTOS: Today in history — October 14
The Denver Post
A U.S. marine carries a 3.5 inch rocket launcher and ammunition through a monsoon swollen creek in South Vietnam, Oct. 14, 1966. The 2nd battalion of the 5th marines was patrolling the Jungle Mountains south of the demilitarized zone. Expand. By Glen ...



CHRONORAMA| Dossiers| Thèmes| Pays| Villes| Biorama| Documents| Photos| Vidéos|Blog