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1821-1990 - History

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Samford University

Samford University is a private, co-educational institution in Birmingham, Alabama. Focusing on Christ-centered values, it empowers students to achieve ethnical and spiritual strength.Samford is the largest independently supported university in the state, and it has been ranked fifth in the & 34;Best Universities--Master& 39;s& 34; list, by U.
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Nadli YTB-534 - History

Nadli(YTB-534: dp. 237; 1. 100& 39;; b. 25& 39;; dr. 11& 39;6& 34;; s. 12 k.; cpl. 8: cl. Hisada)Nadli (YTB-534) was laid down in 1944 by Consolidated Shipbuilding Corp., Morris Heights, N.Y.; completed in July 1945; and assigned to the 12th Naval District.Through the end of the war she provided towing and berthing services in the Sar Francisco Bay area.
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Kapp Putsch

Kapp Putsch The Kapp Putsch took place in Weimar Germany in March 1920. Wolfgang Kapp was a right-wing journalist who opposed all that he believed Friedrich Ebert stood for especially after what he believed was the humiliation of the Treaty of Versailles. The Kapp Putsch was a direct threat to Weimar's new government.
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DC -6 Introduced - History

On August 8th test pilots Beryl Erickson and Gus Green took the Convair B-36 on a 38 minutes test flight. The aircraft with a wing span of 230 feet and had a range of 10,000 miles. It was orginally designed to allow the bombing of Germany from North America in the event that England was overrun. A total of 385 bombers were delivered to the airforce.
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