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Sunday, July 8, 2018.



Birthdays


1528 Emanuel Philibert, Duke of Savoy/governor of Netherland
1545 Don Carlos, son of Spanish king Philip II
1574 Giovanni Battista Stefanini, composer
1604 Heinrich Albert, Germany, composer (Arien oder Melodien)
1621 Jean de la Fontaine, French poet (Fables)
1637 Johann Georg Ebeling, composer
1638 Matteo Coferati, composer
1757 Richard Wainwright, composer
1809 Ljudwit Gaj, Croatian writer/poet (Pjesma iz Zagorja)
1819 Alexander Hays, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1864
1819 Vatroslav Lisinski, composer
1821 William Harvey Lamb Wallace, Brig General (Union volunteers)
1824 Waldimir "Kriz" Krzyzanowski, Brig General (Union volunteers)
1826 Benjamin Henry Grierson, Major General (Union volunteers)
1826 Robert Kingston Scott, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)
1829 Pierre A Vicomte de Ponson du Terrail, French serial writer
1836 Joseph Chamberlain, British minister of Commerce/Colonies
1838 Count Ferdinand Graf von Zeppelin, inventor
1838 Count Ferdinand Graf von Zeppelin, inventor
1838 Ferdinand Graf von Zeppelin, inventor (rigid dirigibles)
1839 John D. Rockefeller
1839 John D. Rockefeller
1839 John D Rockefeller, US capitalist/founder (Standard Oil)
1844 Mary Johnson Lincoln, educator (Boston Cooking School)
1851 Arthur J Evans, English archaeologist (Crete)
1857 Rudolf Dellinger, composer
1867 Kthe Kollwitz, Germany, print maker/sculptor (Bauernkrieg)
1869 William V Moody, US poet (Death of Eve, Faith Healer)
1870 Marie C of Zeggelen, Dutch novelist (Koloniaaltje)
1871 Clement Harris, composer
1871 Kornelis ter Laan, 1st Dutch socialist mayor (Zaandam)
1882 Percy Grainger, Melbourne, composer/pianist/conductor (Hill Songs)
1882 Waverley John Anderson, Scottish viscount/governor of Bengal
1885 Ann Jemima Flower, oldest resident of Netherlands
1885 Emil Bloch, German philosopher
1889 Eugene Pallette, Winfield KS, actor (Adv of Robin Hood, Mark of Zorro)
1890 W Hasenvlever, writer
1891 Elisabeth Zernike, Dutch writer (Poor Part, Bruidstijd)
1891 Josef Hora, Czech writer/poet (Working Day)
1892 Richard Aldington, writer
1893 Fritz Perls, father of Gestalt therapy
1894 Clemens VI Trefois, Flemish architect/sociologist
1895 Anton G J van de Velde, Flemish writer/director (God & the Worms)
1898 Alec Waugh, London, novelist (Island in the Sun); brother of Evelyn
1898 Melville Ruick, Boise Idaho, actor (Barton-City Hospital)
1899 David Eli Lilienthal, US govt organizer (Wisconsin)
1900 George Antheil, Trenton NJ, composer (Airplane Sonata)
1901 Donald Benjamin Harden, archaeologist
1904 Bill Challis, arranger/pianist
1906 Philip Johnson, Cleveland Ohio, Cortalyou architect
1907 George W Romney, (Gov-R-Mich)/US Secretary of HUD (1969-73)
1907 Kishio Hirao, composer
1908 Nelson Rockefeller
1908 Nelson Rockefeller
1908 Nelson Rockefeller
1908 Nelson Rockefeller
1908 Nelson Rockefeller
1908 Louis Jordan, Ark, alto saxman (Caldonia)
1908 Nelson A Rockefeller, (Gov-R-NY) 41st VP (1974-77)
1909 Petar Segedin, Croatian novelist (Holy Devil)
1910 Govan AM Mbeki, South African leader (ANC/SACP)
1911 Gertrude Niesen, NY, actress (Start Cheering)
1911 Ken Farnes, cricket bowler (fast England in pre-WW II years)
1912 Jacques Stehman, composer
1913 Walter Kerr, NY drama critic (Sad Clowns)
1914 Billy Eckstine
1914 Billy Eckstine
1914 Billy Eckstine
1914 Billy Eckstine
1914 Billy Eckstine
1914 Billy Eckstine, Pittsburgh PA, jazz singer (Tenderly, A Fool in Love)
1915 Charles Hard Townes, Greenville SC, physicist (developed lasers)
1917 Faye Emerson, Elizabeth La, actress (I've Got a Secret)
1917 Glenn Langan, Denver Colo, actor (Amazing Colossal Man, Margie)
1917 Pamela Brown, London England, actress (Cleopatra, Beckett)
1918 Craig Stevens, Liberty Mo, actor (Craig-Dallas, Peter Gunn)
1919 Walter Scheel, German Foreign minister/president
1920 Dolph Sweet, NYC, actor (Gimme a Break, Which Way is Up)
1923 Harrison Dillard, Cleve, 100m runner (Oly-4 gold-1948, 52)
1926 Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, author/physician/educator
1926 John D Dingell, (Rep-D-Michigan, 1955- )
1927 Carlo Franci, composer
1928 Carol Henry, Newark NJ, choreographer (Garry Moore Show)
1928 Norma Donaldson, singer/actress (Poetic Justice, 5 Heartbeats)
1929 Shirley Ann Grau, author (Keepers of the House)
1930 Valeri Aleksandrovich Yazdovsky, Russian cosmonaut
1931 Jerry Vale, [Genaro Louis Vitaliano], NYC, singer (Arriverderci Roma)
1931 Louis Ballard, composer
1931 Roone Arledge, Forest Hills NY, head of sports broadcasting (ABC)
1933 Marty Feldman, London England, comedian (Young Frankenstein)
1935 Steve Lawrence
1935 Steve Lawrence
1935 Steve Lawrence
1935 Steve Lawrence
1935 Steve Lawrence
1935 John David Crow, football player (Heisman Trophy 1957)
1935 Steve Lawrence, Bkln, singer/actor (Go Away Little Girl, Lonely Guy)
1935 Vitali Ivanovich Sevastiyanov, USSR, cosmonaut (Soyuz 9, 18B)
1936 Rudolf W de Korte, Dutch Unilever-director/minister EA (L)
1937 Barbara Ann Loden, actress (Ernie Kovac's Show)
1938 Marian Ackerman, women's rights advocacy administrator
1940 Marcia Rodd, actress (Little Murders, T R Baskins)
1942 Chuck Negron, Bronx NY, rock vocalist (3 Dog Night-Joy to the World)
1942 Janice Pennington, Kansas, playmate (May 1971)/model (Price is Right)
1942 Phil Gramm, (Sen-R Texas, 1985- )
1943 Faye Wattleton, St Louis Mo, sociologist/pres (Planned Parenthood)
1944 Jaimoe "Johnny" Johanson, US rock drummer (Allman Brothers)
1944 Jeffrey Tambor, SF Calif, actor (Jeffrey-Ropers, Larry Sanders)
1946 Cynthia Gregory, LA, ballerina (NY Ballet Co)
1948 Kim Darby, N Hollywood, actr (True Grit, Enola Gay, Rich Man Poor Man)
1948 Raffi, children's singer (Baby Beluga)
1951 Anjelica Huston
1951 Anjelica Huston
1951 Anjelica Huston
1951 Anjelica Huston
1951 Anjelica Huston
1951 Andy Fletcher, rocker (Depeche Mode-Just Can't Get Enough)
1951 Anjelica Huston, LA Calif, actress (Prizzi's Honor, Alien)
1951 Greg T Walker, rock bassist (Blackfoot)
1951 Pleas Ned Sublette, composer
1952 Marianne Williamson
1952 Marianne Williamson
1952 Marianne Williamson
1952 Marianne Williamson
1952 Marianne Williamson
1952 Ulrich Wehling, German DR, cross country (Olympic-gold-1972, 76, 80)
1953 Jonathan Segal, NYC, actor (Jonathan-Paper Chase)
1956 Millard Frank Hampton, Fresno Cal, 4x100m runner (Olympic-gold-1976)
1956 Russell Christian, rocker (Christians-Harvest the World)
1957 Clyde Butts, cricketer (West Indies off-spinner late eighties)
1958 Kevin Bacon
1958 Kevin Bacon
1958 Kevin Bacon
1958 Kevin Bacon
1958 Kevin Bacon
1958 Carlos Cavazo, rocker (Quiet Riot-We're Not Gonna Take It)
1958 Fred Young, Glasgow Ky, singer (Kentucky Headhunters-Davy Crockett)
1958 Kevin Bacon, Phila Pa, actor (Diner, Footloose, She's Having a Baby)
1960 Jeff Stork, Longview Wash, volleyball setter (Olympics-G-88,B-92, 96)
1960 Valarie Pettiford, actress (Courtney Walker-Another World)
1960 Valerie Pettiford, NYC, actress (Sheila Price-One Life to Live)
1961 Graham Jones, rock guitarist (Haircut 100)
1962 Martin Pavlu, hockey forward (Team Italy 1998)
1962 Rob Burnett, North Caldwell NJ, head writer (David Letterman)
1963 Bob Ctvrtlik, Long Beach Cal, volleyball outsider (Oly-G-88,B-92, 96)
1963 Mike Ridley, Winnipeg, NHL center (Vancouver Canucks)
1963 Pablo Magallon, jockey
1964 Alexei Gusarov, Moscow Rus, NHL defenseman (Colorado Avalanche)
1964 Maryalice Demler, N Tonawanda NY, Miss NY-America (1991)
1965 Corey Parker, NYC, actor (How I Got into College, Roger-Eddie Dodd)
1967 Mikhail Borodulin, hockey forward (Team Kazakhstan 1998)
1968 C B Washington, NFLer (Jacksonville Jaguars)
1968 Glen Featherstone, Toronto, NHL defenseman (Hartford Whalers)
1968 Michael Weatherly, NYC, actor (Cooper Alden-The City/Loving)
1968 Michel Langerak, soccer player (Dordrecht '90)
1969 Bobby Ayala, Oxnard CA, pitcher (Seattle Mariners)
1969 Dana Hall, NFL safety (Cleve Browns)
1969 Ernie Young, Chicago IL, outfielder (Oakland A's)
1969 Lisa Arce, Manhattan Beach CA, WPVA volleyballer (National-4th-1995)
1969 Lori Hallier, Victoria BC Canada, actress (Shannon-Santa Barbara)
1970 Bek David Campbell, later to be known as Beck
1970 Bek David Campbell, later to be known as Beck
1970 Bek David Campbell, later to be known as Beck
1970 Bek David Campbell, later to be known as Beck
1970 Bek David Campbell, later to be known as Beck
1970 Lisa Powell, Sydney NSW Australia, field hockey forward (Olympics-96)
1970 Marlies Askamp, WNBA forward (Phoenix Mercury)
1970 Todd Martin, Hinsdale Ill, tennis star (1988 USTA Boys' 18)
1971 Jeff Kopp, NFL linebacker (Miami Dolphins)
1971 John Achterberg, soccer player (NAC)
1971 Wendy Benson, NYC, actress (Meredith-As the World Turns)
1972 Brandon Rock, Las Vegas Nevada, 800m runner
1972 Jay Bellamy, NFL safety (Seattle Seahawks)
1972 Karl Dykhuis, Sept-iles, NHL defenseman (Phila Flyers)
1972 Saurav Ganguly, cricketer (centuries in 1st two Tests for India 1996)
1972 Tom Hutton, NFL punter/kicker (Phila Eagles)
1973 Kathleen Robertson
1973 Kathleen Robertson
1973 Kathleen Robertson
1973 Kathleen Robertson
1973 Kathleen Robertson
1973 Kathleen Robertson, actress (Beverly Hills 90210)
1974 Demetrius Allen, NFL wide receiver (Atlanta Falcons)
1976 Michael Renfurm, Surinam/Dutch soccer player (Sparta)
1976 Staci Wilson, Livingston NJ, soccer defender (Olympics-96)
1992 Taylor Maine Pearl Brooks, daughter of country singer Garth Brooks

Events


951 Paris is founded
1497 Vasco da Gama departs for trip to India
1551 Willem of Orange weds countess Anna van Egmond & Buren
1654 1st Jewish colonist arrive in US (Jacob Barsimson in Manhattan)
1663 King Charles II of England grants a charter to Rhode Island
1672 Willem II becomes captain-/admiral-general
1693 NYC authorizes 1st police uniforms in American colonies
1709 Battle of Poltava; Russians defeat Swedes
1758 English & Colonial assault on France at Ticonderoga, NY
1776 Col. John Nixon gives 1st public reading of Decl of Independence
1776 Col. John Nixon gives 1st public reading of Decl of Independence
1776 Col John Nixon gave 1st public reading of Dec of Independence (Phila)
1777 Vt becomes 1st state abolishing slavery, adopts male suffrage
1778 George Washington headquarters at West Point for his Continental Army
1792 France declares war on Prussia
1796 1st American Passport issued by the US State Department.
1796 1st American Passport issued by the US State Department.
1796 US State Dept issues 1st American passport
1797 1st US senator (William Blount of Tennessee) expelled by impeachment
1800 Dr Benjamin Waterhouse gives 1st cowpox vaccination to his son to prevent smallpox
1805 American Bill Richmond knocks out Jack Holmes, Kilburn Wells, England
1816 Frost in Waltham, MA
1833 Russia & Turkey sign defense treaty
1835 The Liberty Bell cracks (again).
1835 The Liberty Bell cracks (again).
1835 Liberty Bell cracks (again)
1836 HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin reaches Saint-Helena
1838 Arabs attack Jewish community of Safed
1849 St Paul's Place in the Bronx named
1853 Commodore Matthew Perry sails his frigate Susquehanna into Tokyo Bay
1861 CS Gen Sibley is given command of rebel troops in NM territory
1861 Skirmish at Florida, MI - A rebel encampment is attacked & dispersed
1862 Odore R Timby patents revolving gun turret
1870 Congress authorizes registration of trademarks
1870 Gov Holden of NC declares Casswell County in a state of insurrection
1876 White terrorists attack Black Republicans in Hamburg SC, killing 5
1889 Vol 1, No 1, of "The Wall Street Journal" published.
1889 Vol 1, No 1, of "The Wall Street Journal" published.
1889 John L Sullivan KOs Jake Kilrain in 75 rounds (last bare-knuckle bout)
1889 Wall Street Journal begins publishing
1891 61F, highest temp for July 1891, in Baltimore & Phila
1891 Future president Harding marries Florence K DeWolfe in Marion Ohio
1892 American Psychological Association organized, Worcester, Mass
1895 Delagoa Bay Railway opens in South-Africa
1896 William Jennings Bryan makes his "cross of gold" speech at the Democratic Convention in Chicago.
1896 William Jennings Bryan makes his "cross of gold" speech at the Democratic Convention in Chicago.
1896 William Jennings Bryan "cross of gold" speech at Dem convention
1897 Harbor Hospital formally opens
1898 Phillies Red Donahue no-hits Boston Braves, 5-0
1898 US battle fleet under adm Dewey occupies Isla Grande at Manila
1900 1st night baseball, league game (Zanesville at Grand Rapids)
1902 John McGraw, accused by Ban Johnson of trying to wreck Baltimore & Washington clubs, negotiates his release from the Orioles
1905 Part of Angel Island allocated for Immigration Detention Center
1907 Florenz Ziegfeld stages 1st "Follies" on NY Theater roof
1907 Florenz Ziegfeld stages 1st "Follies" on NY Theater roof
1907 Florenz Ziegfeld staged 1st `Follies' on NY Theater roof
1909 1st pro baseball game (minor league) played under lights
1911 Nan Aspinwall is 1st woman to make solo transcont trip by horse
1912 G E V Crutchley (Oxford) 99 retired measles v Cambridge
1912 Giants Rube Marquard loses after winning 21 straight
1918 Babe Ruth's blast over the fence in Fenway scores Amos Strunk, the Red Sox win 1-0 over Cleve, prevailing rules reduce Babe's HR to a triple
1919 Pres Wilson returns to NYC from Versailles Peace Conference
1922 35th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Suzanne Lenglen beats M Mallory (62 60)
1923 Harding becomes 1st sitting president to visit Alaska (Metlakahtla)
1923 Walter Mittelholzer flies Junkers F-13 to Spitsbergen/Oostland
1928 Phillies set record of errorless 25 inning doubleheader
1932 Depression low point of Dow Jones Industrial Average, 41.22
1932 Herbert Sutcliffe scores his 100th 100, Yorkshire v Gloucs
1933 46th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Helen Moody beats D Round (64 68 63)
1933 Public Works Administration becomes effective
1935 3rd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-1 at Municipal Stadium, Cleve
1938 Would be start of Eng/Aust Test Cricket at Old Trafford Washout
1939 59th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: Bobby Riggs beats E Cooke (26 86 36 63 62)
1941 9th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 7-5 at Briggs Stadium, Detroit
1941 All Jews living in Baltic States are obligated to wear a Jewish Star
1943 4th day of battle at Kursk: Gen Model uses last tank reserve
1943 British air raid sinks U-232
1943 NSB-leader A Mussert meets with Heinrich Himmler
1943 US invasion fleet passes Bizerta Tunisia
1944 British troops march into Caen
1944 Japanese kamakize attacks on US lines at Saipan
1946 "Tidbits of 1946" opens at Plymouth Theater NYC for 8 performances
1946 Baseball grants $5,000 minimum salary
1947 Demolition begins in New York for headquarters of United Nations
1947 Demolition begins in New York for headquarters of United Nations
1947 14th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 2-1 at Wrigley Field, Chicago
1947 Demolition begins for UN HQ in NYC
1948 500th anniversary Russian orthodox church celebrated in Moscow
1949 Monte Irvin & Hank Thompson are 1st blacks to play for NY Giants
1950 33.4 cm rain fall at York, Nebraska (state record)
1950 57th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Louise Brough beats M duPont (61 36 61)
1950 Gen Douglas MacArthur named commander-in-chief, UN forces in Korea
1950 Leroy Deans awarded 1st Order of Purple Heart in Korea
1951 Yankee Joe DiMaggio & mgr Casey Stengel feud
1952 19th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 3-2 in 5 at Shibe Park, Phila
1953 US stops aid to Persia
1954 KMOX (now KMOV) TV channel 4 in Saint Louis, MO (CBS) 1st broadcast
1954 Military junta selects colonel Armas president of Guatemala
1956 Joyce Ziske wins LPGA Syracuse Golf Open
1956 US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Enwetak
1957 Baeball Owners re-elect Commissioner Ford Frick
1957 CDC incorporates
1957 Irish premier Eamon de Valera arrests Sinn-Fein leaders
1958 25th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-3 at Memorial Stadium, Balt
1960 Fidel Castro ends Havana's Intl League team, Sugar Kings move to NJ
1961 Fred Trueman takes 5-0 in 24 balls to rip through Aussies
1961 Portuguese steamer "Save" breaks up off Mozambique, 227 die
1962 Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Kelly Girls Golf Open
1963 Reports of Charlie Finley's intention to move KC A's to Oakland
1963 US bans all monetary transactions with Cuba
1965 Joe Morgan is 1st Houston player with 6 hits in a game
1966 US airline strike (until Aug 19th)
1967 74th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Billie Jean King beats A Jones (63 64)
1967 Helen Weston of Detroit rolls a record 4,585 in 24 games
1968 Israeli-Egyptian artillery duel along Suez Canal
1969 Thor Heyerdahl & reed raft Ra II land in Barbados 57 days from Morocco
1969 US troop withdrawal begins in Vietnam
1970 SF Giant Jim Ray Hart is 8th to get 6 RBIs in an inning (5th)
1971 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1972 English prince Richard marries Birgitte of Deurs (Henriksen)
1972 US sells grain to USSR for $750 million
1973 Mary Lou Crocker wins LPGA MARC Equity Golf Classic Crocker
1973 NY Mets are 12 games back in NL, & go on to win pennant
1974 USSR performs underground nuclear test
1974 Yank shortstop Jim Mason ties record with 4 doubles in 9 inn game
1975 Israeli premier Yitzhak Rabin visits West-Germany
1975 Pres Ford announced he'll seek Republican nomination for pres
1975 Quake damages over 2,000 temples in Pagan Burma, 20-foot-high seated Buddha of Thandawgya decapitated
1976 Randy Jones wins NL record 16 games before All Star break
1977 Sabra Starr finishes longest recorded belly dance (100 hrs).
1977 Sabra Starr finishes longest recorded belly dance (100 hrs).
1977 Sabra Starr finishes longest recorded belly dance (100 hrs)
1978 Pioneer-Venus 2 Multi-probe launched to Venus.
1978 Pioneer-Venus 2 Multi-probe launched to Venus.
1978 92nd Wimbledon Mens Tennis: Bjrn Brg beats Jimmy Connors (62 62 63)
1978 Alessandro Pertini elected pres of Italy
1978 Pioneer-Venus 2 Multi-probe launched to Venus
1979 Congo adopts constitution
1979 Don Martina's MAN party wins election in Dutch Antilles
1979 Hollis Stacy wins LPGA Mayflower Golf Classic
1979 Voyager 2 takes 1st ever photo of Jupiter's satellite Adrastea (J14)
1980 51st All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 4-2 at Dodger Stadium, LA
1980 All star MVP: Ken Griffey (Cin Reds)
1981 France performs nuclear test
1981 PM Maurois nationalizes banks/plane/steel industry in France
1981 Senate confirms Sandra Day O'Conner to Supreme Court (99-0)
1982 "7 Brides for 7 Brothers" opens at Alvin Theater NYC for 5 perfs
1982 Billy Martin records his 1,000th career win as a manager
1982 Porn star John Homes convicted of receiving stolen property
1983 Rudi Koopmans retains European middleweight title
1984 98th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: John McEnroe beats J Connors (61 61 62)
1984 Lauri Peterson wins LPGA Jamie Farr Toledo Golf Classic
1985 99th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: Boris Becker beats K Curren (63 67 76 64)
1985 Marge Schott becomes CEO of Cincinnati Red
1986 Farthest thrown object-an "Aerobie" flying ring, 383 m (1,257')
1986 NASA establishes Safety, Reliability Maintain & Quality Assurance
1986 Zimbabwe beats Netherlands by 25 runs to win ICC Trophy
1987 Kitty Dukakis, revealed addiction to amphetamines for 26 years
1988 Indians' Bud Black sets club record for most batters hit in inning (3)
1988 Miami Arena opens
1988 Rockers Jonathan "Chico" & Robert DeBarge indicted on drug trafficking
1988 Stevie Wonder announces he will run for mayor of Detroit in 1992
1989 Carlos Sal Menum becomes pres of Argentina
1989 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1990 12:34:56 on 7/8/90 (1234567890)
1990 Brewers beat Angels 20-7, including 13 in 5th inning
1990 Germany beats Argentina 1-0 for soccer's 14th World Cup at Rome
1990 Greg Lemond wins his 3rd Tour de France (90:43:20 avg 23.3 mph)
1990 Italy beats England in soccer's World Cup consolation game
1990 Tina Purtzer wins LPGA Jamie Farr Toledo Golf Classic
1990 Trailing 7-0, Brewers tie Angels & then score 13 in 5th to win 20-7
1991 Pitts Pirate Pres Carl Barger becomes 1st pres of Fla Marlins
1991 Major league umpire Steve Palermo & former NFL defensive lineman Terence Mann were shot trying to help 2 waitresses from being robbed
1992 Florida Marlins unveil their uniform
1992 Thomas Klestil installed as president of Austria
1994 Preliminary trial rules there is enough evidence to try OJ Simpson
1994 Sonia O'Sullivan runs female 2K world record (5:25.36)
1994 Space shuttle STS-65 (Columbia 17), launches
1994 St Maarten "Godfather" Claude Wathey sentenced to 1 years
1994 Whitney Houston suffers a miscarriage
1995 102nd Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Graf beats Arantxa S Vicario (46 61 75)
1995 1st CFL game between 2 US teams, Las Vegas Posse vs Sacramento Gold
1997 68th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 3-1 at Jacobs Field, Cleveland
1997 NATO invites Poland, Hungary & Czech Republic to join

That's All....

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