Today in History

Do you know, on this day in 1945, the U.N. Charter was signed by 50 nations in San Francisco, California, United States.

Today in History

Do you know, on this day in 1950, North Korean forces surprised the South Korean army (and the small U.S. force stationed in the country), and quickly headed toward the capital city of Seoul. The United States responded by pushing a resolution through the U.N.’s Security Council calling for military […]

Today in History

Do you know, on this day in 1887, Britain celebrated the golden jubilee of Queen Victoria. Queen Victoria’s six-decade reign marked one of the most significant eras in British history. During this long period, the monarchy regained the respect of its subjects and Britain enjoyed political, social, and economic prosperity.

Today in History

Do you know, on this day in 1953, husband and wife Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were put to death becoming the first American civilians to be executed for espionage (Espionage, a process of obtaining military, political, commercial, or other secret information by means of spies, secret agents, or illegal monitoring […]

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