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  • 22 YEARS LATE: Since 1965, PG&E knows their plants are putting harmful chemicals into the environment, but does not admit it for 22 years.

  • 22 YEARS LATE:

  • 42 - Jackie Robinson: On the 15th of April, 1947, Jackie Robinson made history when he broke the color-barrier in major league baseball.

  • A BACKGROUND OF WAR: The colonists balk at English rule, laying the groundwork for the revolution and questions about the imposition of laws.

  • A BARBAROUS SENTENCE: Wallace is found guilty ofhigh treasonand crimes against English civilians and sentenced to death.

  • A Beautiful Mind: John Nash, a Nobel-Prize-winning genius who suffered from schizophrenia, died in a tragic car crash on May 23, 2015. He was portrayed by Russell Crowe in the film, "A Beautiful Mind.".

  • A BUDDING INTELLECTUAL: Dietrich Bonhoeffer speaks out against Hitlers position on Jews.

  • A BUDDING INTELLECTUAL: Dietrich Bonhoeffer speaks out against Hitler's position on Jews. He believes that to remain silent is wrong; to not act is, in fact, to act.

  • A CALMING INFLUENCE: In a speech, Bobby announces the killing of his friend, Martin Luther King, Jr.

  • ACHILLES: Greek mythology says that Achilles is half man and half-god; Achilles' only vulnerability is his heel.

  • A COLD CASE: Over the years, 50 people confess to Short's murder, but the case remains officially open.

  • A COWARD'S FEATHERS: In 1902, A.E.W. Mason's novel, The Four Feathers, highlights a soldier's fight against fear in the Sudan, and his reaction to feathers, a symbol of cowardice, given to him.

  • A DARING ESCAPE: A Swedish judge ensures that Frank is returned to America rather than Italy; using the toilet hatch, Frank escapes from the plane.

  • A DIVINELY ORDAINED FIGHT: Creating rebellious ideas, religious leaders insist that fighting a tyrant is a Christian duty.

  • A DOMESTIC PROBLEM: In the 19th and early 20th century, women do not have the right to vote but they lead an effort to end the alcohol problem.

  • A DOYLE VICTORY: In December of 1955, Doyle wins his case, but the laws remain unchanged.

  • A DREAM COME TRUE: Patrick dreams of returning to Ireland, and responds to that vision by becoming an apostle to the Irish people.

  • A FINAL ACT OF DEFIANCE: Fearing being hung, Tone attempts suicide and dies a martyr.

  • A FLAWED HERO: Benedict Arnold complains to George Washington about his court martial for misuse of government funds.

  • AFTER THE CONSPIRACY TRIAL: Marys son John is captured in Europe and tried in a civil trial, which ends in a mistrial.

  • A GLOOMY FORECAST: Columbia tries to replace cocaine money with fresh-flower crops, but Pablo's death cannot stop the cocaine trade.

  • A GREEN HORNET and GREY SHARKS: Green Hornet crashes in the ocean. Zamp and two men drift in a life raft, surrounded by sharks, hoping someone will find them. They exist on rainwater and birds.

  • A GRUESOME DEATH: Mary's beheading does not go smoothly, taking 3 tries to behead her.

  • A HERO EMERGES: Willing to risk the consequences for refusing to swearallegiancetoEdward, Wallace begins killing English men.

  • A HORNET'S NEST: The mission is a convoluted hornets nest. US soldiers are not ready for Somali mobs who fight back. Rescue is difficult because of poor directions, narrow streets and Somali human shields.

  • A HORRIBLE DEATH: Mary Ann Nichols, the Ripper's first victim, has her throat slit and abdomen cut open.

  • AIRCRAFT CONTROL: With their knowledge of controlling movement, Wilbur and Orville begin by launching gliders at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.

  • ALAMO SCOUTS and 6TH BATTALION RANGERS: Soldiers with special military skills train to clear Japanese from the Philippines.

  • AL CAPONE AND THE OUTFIT: From the early 1920s to 1931, Al Capone leads the Chicago outfit, a crime syndicate who bootlegs liquor and commits other crimes.

  • ALEXANDER'S BEQUEST: The city-states of mainland Greece see much destruction before Alexander claims the throne.

  • ALEXANDER'S EARLY CONQUESTS: Philip's well-trained military helps Alexander to be a strong leader.

  • ALEXANDER'S HOMETOWN: Archeological discoveries reveal Pella, the birthplace of Alexander the Great, as a place of wealth.

  • A MARTYR'S DEATH:

  • A MARTYR'S DEATH: Dietrich Bonhoeffer keeps his faith in the goodness of God even as the Nazis hang him.

  • AMERICAN ARCHIVAL EVIDENCE: Photographs, audio/video footage, documents, eyewitness testimony and memoirs all prove that the Holocaust occurs.

  • AMERICAN FIRSTS: On November 28, 1775, Congressestablishesthe U.S. Navy to stand against the British.

  • AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT on SAIPAN: Marines assault Saipan, but meet with Japanese fighting forces in a brutal battle.

  • A NAZI DEATH CAMP: Photographs, blueprints, and records provide evidence that Auschwitz and Auschwitz II (Birkenau) are operating death camps.

  • Ancient Hawaiian Fishing: Techniques the Ancient Hawaiians used to catch their fish with the materials they had.

  • Ancient Hawaiian History And Culture: This gives you various information about the native Hawaiians dance and music.

  • Ancient Hawaiian Kapu: Kapu means rules and learn how Hawaiians lived with them!

  • ANCIENT ORIGINS: Jewish leaders, St. Augustine, and St. Cyprian write about a purifying process after a person's death.

  • AND GETS ARRESTED: On November 28, 1872 Susan B. Anthony and 13 other women who vote are arrested.

  • AND GETS ARRESTED: After the arrest, Susan gives speech after speech to tell her story.

  • ...AND SWORD BEACH: Other British forces push onto Sword Beach and assault the German troops.

  • A NEAR-MUTINY: To control a near mutiny, the group creates the Mayflower Compact, the first known "American" self-governing document.

  • A NEW CONSTITUTION: Amid worries about a strong central government, one Constitutional writer promises the federal courts will not control too much power.

  • ANGLOS COLONIZE MEXICO: Stephen Austin and others from the American South come with their slaves to farm the Texas territory.

  • Anna Coleman Ladd - the Early Years: Her training in classical art and sculpting gave Anna the tools she needed to give wounded soldiers hope and new life.

  • Anna Coleman Ladd - The Process: As a classical sculptor, Anna used her training and artistic sense to create life-like masks for soldiers who had been disfigured in the Great War.

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