Revision history for Today In History May 5


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1570 - Turkey declares war on Venice for refusing to surrender Cyprus, and Spain comes to Venice's aid.
1931 - People's National Convention in Nanking, China, adopts provisional constitution.
1936 - Italian [[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?sel=site&searchPhrase=forces%20occupy forces occupy]] Addis Ababa, ending Abyssinian (Ethiopian) War.
2001 - In Angola UNITA [[http://www.Adobe.com/cfusion/search/index.cfm?term=&rebels%20kidnap&loc=en_us&siteSection=home rebels kidnap]] 51 boys and nine girls from a boarding school for war orphans outside Caxito, northeast of Luanda. Some 200 civilians die in the raid.
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image class="left" url="http://media4.picsearch.com/is?rJaEoSvJeuHT6EGFP2As1dqCjTuXo9aIvoh8zu_ztJE&height=208"1570 - Turkey declares war on Venice for refusing to surrender Cyprus, and Spain comes to Venice's aid.
1931 - People's [[http://Ccmixter.org/api/query?datasource=uploads&search_type=all&sort=rank&search=National%20Convention&lic=by,sa,s,splus,pd,zero National Convention]] in Nanking, China, adopts provisional constitution.
1936 - Italian forces occupy Addis Ababa, ending Abyssinian (Ethiopian) War.
2001 - In Angola UNITA rebels kidnap 51 boys and nine girls from a boarding school for war orphans outside Caxito, northeast of Luanda. Some 200 civilians die in the raid.


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image class="left" url="http://media4.picsearch.com/is?rJaEoSvJeuHT6EGFP2As1dqCjTuXo9aIvoh8zu_ztJE&height=208"1570 - Turkey declares war on Venice for refusing to surrender Cyprus, and Spain comes to Venice's aid.
1931 - People's [[http://Ccmixter.org/api/query?datasource=uploads&search_type=all&sort=rank&search=National%20Convention&lic=by,sa,s,splus,pd,zero National Convention]] in Nanking, China, adopts provisional constitution.
2004 - Picasso's Boy With the Pipe sets a new world record for the most expensive painting ever sold at auction when it fetches $US104,168,000 at Sotheby's in New York.
2011 - Pakistan's army breaks its silence over the US commando raid that killed Osama bin Laden, acknowledging its own "shortcomings", but threatening to review co-operation with Washington if there is another similar violation of Pakistani sovereignty.
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1570 - Turkey declares war on Venice for refusing to surrender Cyprus, and Spain comes to Venice's aid.
1931 - People's National Convention in Nanking, China, adopts provisional constitution.
2004 - Picasso's Boy With the Pipe sets a new world record for the most expensive painting ever sold at auction when it fetches $US104,168,000 at [[http://Www.broowaha.com/search/Sotheby%27s Sotheby's]] in New York.
2011 - Pakistan's army breaks its silence over the US commando raid that killed Osama bin Laden, acknowledging its own "shortcomings", but threatening to review co-operation with [[http://Www.Lifebeyondtourism.org/?header_search=Washington Washington]] if there is another similar violation of Pakistani sovereignty.


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1824 - British troops take over Rangoon, Burma.
1965 - First large US military units arrive in Vietnam.
2001 - The world's first paying space [[http://burmatourist.com/ myanmar tourist]], Dennis Tito, returns to Earth after a week in space.
2004 - Picasso's Boy With the Pipe sets a new world record for the most expensive painting ever sold at auction when it fetches $US104,168,000 at [[http://Www.broowaha.com/search/Sotheby%27s Sotheby's]] in New York.
2011 - Pakistan's army breaks its silence over the US commando raid that killed Osama bin Laden, acknowledging its own "shortcomings", but threatening to review co-operation with [[http://Www.Lifebeyondtourism.org/?header_search=Washington Washington]] if there is another similar violation of Pakistani sovereignty.
2011 - Claude Stanley Choules, the last surviving combatant from World War I, dies in Perth, aged 110. British-born Choules served in Britain's Royal Navy before moving to Australia and serving in the navy for 40 years, including through WWII.
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1824 - British troops take over Rangoon, [[http://burmatourist.com/ burma tourist]].
1965 - First large US military units arrive in [[http://edublogs.org/?s=Vietnam Vietnam]].
2001 - The world's first paying space tourist, Dennis Tito, returns to Earth after a week in space.
2004 - Picasso's Boy With the Pipe sets a new world record for the most expensive painting ever sold at auction when it fetches $US104,168,000 at Sotheby's in New York.
2011 - Pakistan's army breaks its silence over the US commando raid that killed Osama bin Laden, acknowledging its own "shortcomings", but threatening to review co-operation with Washington if there is another similar violation of Pakistani sovereignty.
2011 - Claude Stanley Choules, the last surviving combatant from World War I, dies in Perth, aged 110. British-born Choules served in Britain's Royal Navy before moving to Australia and serving in the navy for 40 years, [[http://Www.Twitpic.com/tag/including including]] through WWII.


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HIGHLIGHTS IN HISTORY ON THIS DATE
1965 - First large US military units arrive in [[http://edublogs.org/?s=Vietnam Vietnam]].
2011 - Pakistan's army breaks its silence over the US commando raid that killed Osama bin Laden, acknowledging its own "shortcomings", but threatening to review co-operation with Washington if there is another similar violation of Pakistani sovereignty.
2011 - Claude Stanley Choules, the last surviving combatant from World War I, dies in Perth, aged 110. British-born Choules served in Britain's Royal Navy before moving to Australia and serving in the navy for 40 years, [[http://Www.Twitpic.com/tag/including including]] through WWII.
Soren Kierkegaard, Danish philosopher-theologian (1813-1855); Karl Marx, German socialist (1818-1883); Empress Eugenie of France (1826-1920); Nellie Bly, US pioneer of investigative journalism (1867-1922); Sir Douglas Mawson, British-born explorer (1882-1958); Spencer Tracy, US actor (1900-1967); Tyrone Power, US actor (1913-1958); Lance Henriksen, US actor (1940-); Tammy Wynette, US country singer (1942-1998); Michael Palin, British actor-traveller (1943-); John Rhys-Davies, British actor (1944-); Richard E Grant, Swaziland-born actor (1957-); Ian McCullough, British singer of Echo & the Bunnymen fame (1959-); Adele, English singer (1988-).
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image class="left" url="http://media5.picsearch.com/is?fqi8Bb88k9J5IF6-UUeH8uTuLmYaogCwpbOf6wfVSkU&height=208"HIGHLIGHTS IN HISTORY ON THIS DATE
1965 - First large US military units arrive in Vietnam.
2011 - Pakistan's [[https://www.b2bmarketing.net/search/gss/army%20breaks army breaks]] its silence over the US commando raid that killed Osama bin Laden, acknowledging its own "shortcomings", but threatening to review co-operation with Washington if there is another similar violation of Pakistani sovereignty.
2011 - Claude Stanley Choules, the last surviving combatant from World War I, dies in Perth, aged 110. British-born Choules served in Britain's Royal Navy before moving to Australia and serving in the navy for 40 years, including through WWII.
Soren Kierkegaard, Danish philosopher-theologian (1813-1855); Karl Marx, German socialist (1818-1883); Empress Eugenie of France (1826-1920); Nellie Bly, US pioneer of investigative journalism (1867-1922); Sir Douglas Mawson, British-born explorer (1882-1958); Spencer Tracy, US actor (1900-1967); Tyrone Power, US actor (1913-1958); Lance Henriksen, US actor (1940-); Tammy Wynette, US country singer (1942-1998); Michael Palin, British actor-traveller (1943-); John Rhys-Davies, British actor (1944-); Richard E Grant, [[http://Www.Ajaxtime.com/?s=Swaziland-born%20actor Swaziland-born actor]] (1957-); Ian McCullough, British singer of Echo & the Bunnymen fame (1959-); Adele, English singer (1988-).


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