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Asutatakse Grand Tetoni rahvuspark

Asutatakse Grand Tetoni rahvuspark

In a controversial move that inspires charges of eastern domination of the West, the Congress establishes Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.Home to some of the most stunning alpine scenery in the United States, the territory in and around Grand Teton National Park also has a colorful human history.

Hailey DD -556 - ajalugu

Hailey DD -556 - ajalugu

HaileyCaptain Joshua Hailey was placed in command of the privateer True Blood Yarkes in early 1813. The privateer, built in France by Rhode Island men, sailed from Brest, France 1 March 1813 to prey on commerce in the Irish Channel. On one occasion Captain Hailey seized an island near the enemy mainland and held it for 6 days while making repairs.

Ateena ajalugu, Alabama

Ateena ajalugu, Alabama

Iidse Kreeka linna järgi nimetatud Ateena on kasvav linn Põhja -Alabama kesklinnas. Linn on Limestone'i maakonna maakonna asukoht, 15 miili kaugusel Decaturist põhja pool Tennessee osariigi joone lähedal maanteel 99. Praeguse Ateena koht oli algselt Cherokee indiaanlaste telkimisplats.

Martin B-26 Marauder koos Prantsuse vabade õhujõududega

Martin B-26 Marauder koos Prantsuse vabade õhujõududega

Martin B-26 Marauder koos tasuta Prantsuse õhujõududega 1943. aastast taaselustatud prantsuse Armée de l & 39; Air kasutas suurt hulka Martin B-26 Marauderit ning seda kasutati lahingutes Itaalias ja Lõuna-Prantsusmaal. Armée de l & 39; Air ehk vaba Prantsuse õhujõud moodustati endiste Vichy üksuste tuuma ümber, mis olid operatsiooni Torch ajal asunud Põhja -Aafrikas.

Riace Warrior B.

Riace Warrior B.

The bronze Greek sculpture Riace Warrior B, c. 460-450 BCE. One of a pair known as the Riace Bronzes which were rescued from the Ionian Sea near Riace Marina, Italy in 1972 CE. The bronze figure is...

Stamfordi silla lahing, 25. september 1066

Stamfordi silla lahing, 25. september 1066

Battle of Stamford Bridge, 25 September 1066 Second of the three battles of 1066 that ended at Hastings, and the only English victory. Having defeated the troops of earls Morcar and Edwin at Fulford (20 September), King Harald Hardrada of Norway, and his ally Tostig accepted hostages from York, and began negotiations with the Northumbrians, hoping to gain their aid against Harold.