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The first crossword puzzle, created by Arthur Wynne, published in the New York World on December 21, 1913.

The World’s first crossword: Fun’s Word-Cross Puzzle, published on the December 1913 in the NY World newspaper.

June 8, 1959 - The Navy and the Post Office deliver the first official missile mail when USS Barbero (SS-317) fires a Regulus I missile with 3,000 letters 100 miles east of Jacksonville, Fla., to Mayport, Fla.

June 1959 - The Navy and the Post Office deliver the first official missile mail when USS Barbero fires a Regulus I missile with letters 100 miles east of Jacksonville, Fla., to Mayport, Fla.

Ben Tausig of The American Values Club crossword puzzles talks maturity levels and themes in #crossword #puzzles and the #BreakfastTableTest

Mature Themes in a Crossword? Nah! The Breakfast Table Test Explained

Ben Tausig of The American Values Club crossword puzzles talks maturity levels and themes in crossword puzzles and the Breakfast Table Test

The Economist explains: Who invented crosswords? | The Economist

Who invented crosswords?

The Economist explains: Who invented crosswords?

The first anaesthetic in childbirth    On 19 January 1847, the Edinburgh obstetrician, James Young *Simpson (1811-1870), delivered the first child born to a mother anaesthetised with chloroform (half a teaspoon on a rag applied to the nose). The child was named Anaesthesia. It was so successful that, within a week, he had given it to 30 mothers. There followed many protests from those who believed that women were intended to 'bring forth children in sorrow', and that the pain of childbirth…

The first anaesthetic in childbirth On 19 January 1847, the Edinburgh obstetrician, James Young *Simpson (1811-1870), delivered the first child born to a mother anaesthetised with chloroform (half a teaspoon on a rag applied to the nose). The child was named Anaesthesia. It was so successful that, within a week, he had given it to 30 mothers. There followed many protests from those who believed that women were intended to 'bring forth children in sorrow', and that the pain of childbirth…

How to spot planes before radar was invented

How to spot planes before radar was invented

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En 1456 el papa Calixto III excomulgó al cometa Halley por considerarlo un emisario del mal. Al parecer lo hizo para calmar el pánico de la población ante la aparición de la "enorme estrella llameante".

En 1456 el papa Calixto III excomulgó al cometa Halley por considerarlo un emisario del mal. Al parecer lo hizo para calmar el pánico de la población ante la aparición de la "enorme estrella llameante".

Tank Size Comparison Chart V2

Tank Size Comparison Chart V2

Tank size comparison chart - this could come in handy for tank types.

Cuestionario

Cuestionario

Primm, Nevada  In early 1934, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow stole a V8 Ford and drove it around the Midwest, robbing and killing people. That joyride ended when lawmen punctured the car (and Bonnie and Clyde) with over 100 armor-piercing bullets.  Since then, the location of the "Bonnie and Clyde Death Car" has often

This undated file photo shows outlaws and lovers Bonnie Parker, left, and Clyde Barrow. Guns and other items connected to the couple are going on auction by RR Auction of Amherst, N.

Apuntes de historia

Apuntes de historia

Battle At Gallipoli, 1915

Map of Gallipoli

In 2007,Car crash victim Shannon Malloy was made a living medical history when a crash caused her head to smash into the dashboard & itself from her spine known as internal decapitation. Malloy’s spinal cord remained intact, which allowed screws inserted into her neck to keep her skull in place. Doctors fought to keep Malloy alive long enough & keep her skull from slipping from her neck. They were able to stabilise her head though nerve damage made her cross-eyed & the first to survive this.

In 2007,Car crash victim Shannon Malloy was made a living medical history when a crash caused her head to smash into the dashboard & itself from her spine known as internal decapitation. Malloy’s spinal cord remained intact, which allowed screws inserted into her neck to keep her skull in place. Doctors fought to keep Malloy alive long enough & keep her skull from slipping from her neck. They were able to stabilise her head though nerve damage made her cross-eyed & the first to survive this.

John Muir. How true. God made us to be creative, to enjoy life...as well as to work hard and give Him our best.

One of my favorite people in history. John Muir, Environmentalist whose activism saved the Yosemite Valley & Sequoias. "Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.

Ilustracion

Ilustracion

The talking skull with crossed swords.-Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean

Pirates of the Caribbean (ride)