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Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City - AP Photo/Bill Waugh, Flle

A man rides a bus in Durban meant for white passengers only - in resistance to South Africa’s apartheid policies - 1986 Click Here to Follow HISTORY IN PICS

A man rides a bus in Durban meant for white passengers only, in resistance to South Africa’s apartheid policies, 1986 Historical Photographs

WW2 Photo WWII Allied Forces Reach Colosseum  Rome Italy 1944 World War Two/1425

WW2 Photo WWII Allied Forces Reach Colosseum Rome Italy 1944 World War Two/1425

Seal #Two- Peace taken from the earth (Terrorism) (April 19, 1995 Oklahoma City bombing)

Oklahoma City bombing: 20 years later, key questions remain unanswered

On April Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols carried out one of the deadliest bombings outside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The deadly blast left 168 people dead and injured more than 680 people, including children.

April 19 – Oklahoma City bombing: 168 people, including 8 Federal Marshals and 19 children, are killed at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. Timothy McVeigh and one of his accomplices, Terry Nichols, set off the bomb.

April 19 – Oklahoma City bombing: 168 people, including 8 Federal Marshals and 19 children, are killed at the Alfred P. Timothy McVeigh and one of his accomplices, Terry Nichols, set off the bomb.

{Book List} Story of the World Volume 4 - Lextin Eclectic

Story of the World Volume 4 Book List

We enjoy using the Story of the World volumes in our homeschool. My kids love to read we always add in a few extra book selections.

The Victims of the OKC Bombing.  Never forget them.

On April 19th 1995, at 9:02 am…

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The Daily Oklahoman headline reporting the Oklahoma City bombing. I still remember the anguish of that day.

The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, Oklahoma City

The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building is demolished on May over a month after the incident. The bomb was housed in a Ryder truck similar to the one visible in the lower left of the photograph.

-Attempting escape, resisting orders, and treason were all punishable by death in internment camps. Guards would face little consequence for killing without just cause - More than 66% of the Japanese-Americans sent to the internment camps in the spring of 1942 were born in the United States and The last Japanese internment camp in the United States was closed in 1945.many had never been to Japan -

Lunch & Learn: Life in a Japanese American Internment Camp

Reagan had 10,000 employees of PATCO (professional Air Traffic Controllers) fired for going on strike. His strict following of the Taft-Harley Act, which limited the power of labor unions, made his favor of big corporations over labor very clear.

Reagan had 10,000 employees of PATCO (professional Air Traffic Controllers) fired for going on strike. His strict following of the Taft-Harley Act, which limited the power of labor unions, made his favor of big corporations over labor very clear.

Front page of The Daily Oklahoman from Thursday, April

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Assassin John Hinckley is wrestled to the ground after he slipped in fired his weapon hitting President Ronald Reagan, Officer Delahanty, and Secret Service Agent Tim McCarthy after a Washington hotel, D.

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