Today In History Slideshow | 04-10-17

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Cliff Hagan (6) of the St. Louis Hawks and Tommy Heinsohn (15) of the Boston Celtics stretch for a rebound during their NBA playoff game in Boston, Mass., April 10, 1957. Players watching the action are: Med Park (32) and Bob Pettit (9) both of the Hawks and Bill Sharman (21) of the Celtics. (AP Photo/Peter J. Carroll)

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Marlon Brando, left, holds a program for Tony Randall, center, and New York City Council President Paul Screvane, before the premiere of the film "The Ugly American" in New York, April 10, 1963. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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Ken Griffey Jr.of the Seattle Mariners, left, shares a laugh with teammate Harold Reynolds, right, in the Kingdome, April 10, 1991 after the two were presented with Golden Glove Awards for their impressive fielding efforts last season with the Seattle Mariners. (AP Photo/Gary Stewart)

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Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (D-N.Y.) sits in a U.S. Marshall car after his arrival at Jackson, Miss., airport, for an anti-poverty hearing, April 10, 1967. (AP Photo/Jack Thornell)

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Pro golfer Ben Hogan is interviewed by the press after third round of Augusta Masters Golf Tournament, April 10, 1954. (AP photo/Horace Cort)

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Salvadoran soldier pose for a photo in San Salvador, El Salvador, April 10, 1986. Better trained and equipped soldiers have blunted a growing guerrilla threat over the past two years, but the six-year-old war sputters on. Economic and political problems have replaced the rebel threat as the government's prime worry. (AP Photo/Luis Romero)

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Bill Russell (6) of the Boston Celtics loops a hook shot over the head of Jim Krebs of the Los Angeles Lakers for two points in their NBA playoff game in Los Angeles, Calif., April 10, 1962. At left is Jerry West of the Lakers , who scored four points in the final three seconds to give them a 117-115 victory. The Lakers now lead the best-of-seven playoff, two games to one. (AP Photo/Harold P. Matosian)

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This is the view from the Greek island of Corfu, looking west, showing a promontory which was fortified even in the ancient days, and pictured April 10, 1939. Today it is important because it guards the entrance to the Adriatic, a fact that underlies Great Britain's reported warning to Italy that any attempt to seize the island would be a bid for war. (AP Photo)

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Eighty-four-year-old Irish President Eamon de Valera is accompanied by his A.D.C. Colonel Sean Brennan, right, and Commandant Dan O'Connell, as he walks to inspect troops in O'Connell Street, Dublin, Eire, on April 10, 1966, during the massive parade of 5,000 people to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the 1916 Easter Uprising. (AP Photo)

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Public viewing of the body of U.S. General Douglas MacArthur in the Rotunda in Washington, D.C., April 10, 1964. (AP Photo)

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Patrons enjoy dancing in the magnificently appointed Rainbow Room, on the 65th floor in Rockefeller Center, April 10, 1942. Even children may accompany their parents for dinner and a show that might include an acrobatic act or a concert pianist. (AP Photo/Matty Zimmerman)

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Max von Sydow, the Swedish film star who appears in "The Exorcist," points at St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City, Dec. 2, 1974. He flew in to sign a contract for a film directed by Alberto Lattuada. (AP Photo/Giuseppe Anastasi)

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Public viewing of the body of U.S. General Douglas MacArthur in the Rotunda in Washington, D.C., April 10, 1964. (AP Photo)

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Former U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon talks with a Soviet policeman in Moscow's Red Square, April 10, 1965 , during a sightseeing tour of the Russian capital. In background is Lenin's tomb and the Kremlin wall. Nixon arrived from Helsinki, Finland, representing business interests for his law firm. (AP Photo)

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Juanita and Roy, the "Flying Royals" a high-flying trapese act with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus at Madison Square Garden in New York, April 10, 1944. Here they prepare for their entrance. (AP Photo)

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Joining women's groups who are protesting the administration's withholding of funds appropriated by Congress, including federal funding of day care centers, Rep. Pat Schroeder (D-Colo.), brought her daughter Jamie, 2 1/2, to work with her, April 10, 1973. Here, she answers questions in her Capitol office while holding Jamie. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

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Teenage AIDS victim Ryan White is surrounded by friends and reporters after a judge threw out a temporary injunction barring him from attending classes at Western Middle School near Kokomo, Ind., April 10, 1986. Ryan's mother Jeanne is at left and attorney Charles V. Vaughan is at rear. (AP Photo)

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A group of models, including super model Cindy Crawford, front, wear loungewear by Donna Karan during her fall fashion show in New York, April 10, 1992. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

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A Salvadoran army soldier takes a break following ten hours of fighting in the small town of San Sebastian, El Salvador, April 10, 1984. Three civilians and seven soldiers died in the fighting against leftist rebels in this area 30 miles east of the capital city of San Salvador. (AP Photo/Luis Romero)

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Former U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon, flanked by newsmen, walks through the Kremlin in Moscow, April 10, 1965. Nixon returned to the site of his famous finger-wagging 1959 "kitchen debate" with Nikita Khrushchev in the course of a 24-hour stopover by train from Helsinki, Finland, where he was representing legal interests of business clients. Asked who won the debate with Khrushchev, he answered, "I guess nobody won - we're both out of office." (AP Photo)

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Actor Max von Sydow poses for portrait at the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Beverly Hills, Calif., Monday, Feb. 6, 2012. The 84th Academy Awards will be held Feb. 26, 2012. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles) ITALY OUT

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Egyptian actor Omar Sharif poses during a photocall for the Medfilm, Mediterranian Film Festival, lifetime achievement award, in Rome, Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

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Actor Max von Sydow poses for portrait at the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Beverly Hills, Calif., Monday, Feb. 6, 2012. The 84th Academy Awards will be held Feb. 26, 2012. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles) ITALY OUT

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Tens of thousands of Argentines gather at Plaza de Mayo to show their support to President Leopoldo Galtieri on the Falklands in Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 10,1982 ( AP Photo )

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Greek athlete Nikolaos Andriakopoulos on his way to win the gold medal in the rope climbing event at the first modern International Summer Olympic Games held at the Panathinaiko Stadium on April 10, 1896 in Athens, Greece. (AP Photo)

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Sam Snead sinks a 20-foot putt on the 18th green to win the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga., April 10, 1949. (AP Photo/Rudolph Faircloth)

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Prince Charles of Edinburgh, left, takes the proceedings seriously as he and his smiling Mother, Princess Elizabeth, pose for first informal pictures in Buckingham Palace, April 10, 1949, London, England. (AP Photo)

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Pope Paul VI during Easter Sunday speech, April 10, 1977. (Ap Photo/Arturo Mari)

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A couple attempts to dry out their belongings after flood waters hit their home in Denham Springs, La., near Baton Rouge, April 10, 1983. It was the worst flood in the lower Mississippi Basin since 1927. (AP Photo/Ron Heflin)

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Eric Fogel, creator of the new MTV show "Celebrity Deathmatch," poses with some of his clay figures at MTV's animation studio in New York April 10, 1998. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)

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Protesters picket the arrival of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (D-N.Y.) at Jackson, Miss., airport, who is here for an anti-poverty hearing, April 10, 1967. (AP Photo/Jack Thornell)

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Irish Prime Minster Bertie Ahern and British Prime Minister Tony Blair shake hands, Friday, April 10, 1998, after a settlement was deilvered at the end of the Northern Ireland Peace Talks at Stormont Castle Buildings, Belfast, Northern Ireland. Politicians reached a comprehensive accord Friday on governing British-ruled Northern Ireland, heralding a new era of cooperation in a land torn by competing national allegiances and religions. (AP Photo/Paul McErlane)

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President Bill Clinton and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton attend a ceremony with Marina Foley of Tallahassee, Fla., where he accepted a set of policy recommendations aimed at improving the lives of working women, in Washington, April 10, 1995. Foley, formerly a resident of Waterbury, Conn., wrote a letter to President Bill Clinton last year detailing her struggles as a working woman. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

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Democratic presidential candidate a Jerry Brown enters the studios of ABC News in Washington, Thursday, April 10, 1992 to appear on ?Nightline? to address allegations that drugs were used in his home while he was governor of California. Brown labeled the allegations ?absolutely false.?(AP Photo/Greg Gibson)

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More than 40,000 industrial workers hold a general strike rally in Lenin Square, Minsk, Wednesday, April 10, 1991 to seek resignation of Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev who was issued a ban on strikes. The banner on the left says, ?Resign President? and on the right, ?73 Years of Disater. (AP Photo/Liu Heung Shing)

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Trucks and cars of Iraqi Kurdish refugees throng the road at the Iranian border crossing near Piranshahr, Iran on Sunday, April 10, 1991. Thousands of Kurds are entering Iraq, fleeing Iraq’s recent crackdown on the Kurdish people in Iraqi Kurdistan. (AP Photo)

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Armed Iranian soldiers receive a party of Kurdish refugees who walked over the border at Piranshahr, Iran, Sunday, April 10, 1991. Thousands of Iraqi Kurds have been making their way to border areas of Iran and Turkey following Iraq's recent crackdown on rebel elements in the north and south of the country. (AP Photo/Mohammed Sayaad)

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Actor Peter Falk returns to television as detective Columbo shown on April 10, 1989. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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A supporter of ousted President Ferdinand Marcos does his cooking outside a private television station at suburban Manila on April 10, 1986 as he and about a hundred others camped out to demand Marcos’ return from his exile in the U.S. The sign on the Marcos campaign poster reads: Still Marcos. (AP Photo/Val Rodriguez)

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Exterior view of Hotel Carlyle at Madison Avenue and East 76th Street in New York City on April 10, 1986. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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Democratic presidential candidate Jesse Jackson, center, with supporters and police walks to Sylvia’s Restaurant in the Harlem section of New York, Sunday, April 10, 1988. Jackson had just finished giving a sermon at the Abyssinian Baptist Church, also in the Harlem area. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)

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Members of the Paul Taylor dance company perform "Esplanade" during a dress rehearsal prior to a performance that night at New York's City Center, April 10, 1985. The performance was a gala celebration of the 30th birthdayof the dance company. (AP Photo/Mario Suriani)

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** STAND-ALONE PHOTO PACKAGE FOR USE WITH MADONNA'S 50TH BIRTHDAY - FILE ** In this April 10, 1985 file photo, Madonna performs in Seattle as she opened her first national tour. (AP Photo/Barry Sweet, file)

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Chris Becker, a dairy farmer who lives only a mile from the disabled Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, lies flat on his back as a machine moves over his body to scan for any possible radiation during a test in Middletown, Pennsylvania on April 10, 1979. Bill Gibson, a technician checks scanner. In background is a computer to read the results. (AP Photo/Vathis)

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Director James Brooks, left, gives actress Shirley MacLaine a congratulatory kiss as Jack Nicholson stands by after winning Oscars for their participation in the film, "Terms of Endearment" during Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on Monday, April 10, 1984. (AP Photo)

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George ?Spanky? McFarland, child star of the television series ?The Little Rascals,? mingles with singer Michael Jackson, Monday, April 10, 1984 at a party in Beverly Hills, Calif. following the 56th Annual Academy Awards. (AP Photo/Scott Harms)

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Austrian Chancellor Alfred Sinowatz gestures with his hands as reporters confront him with questions regarding the losses of the socialists at the last elections, after a parliamentary session Tuesday April 10, 1984, in Vienna, Austria. (AP Photo/Vollmann)

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Mrs. Rosaleen Sands, right, mother of the successful hunger-striker Bobby Sands after the result in Enniskillen on April 10, 1981. The woman at left is Marcella, sister of elected hunger-striker Bobby Sands, after court gave the IRA man victory in Enniskillen on Friday. (AP Photo)

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Frank Sinatra better known as "Ole Blue Eyes," played to a packed house at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on New York's Long Island, April 10, 1974. Sinatra sang for an hour in the second of four concerts in the New York area. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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A South Vietnamese soldier gestures to a buddy as he runs along Route 4 in Tan An, South Vietnam on April 10, 1975, during a battle. Black smoke behind him comes from gas storage tank hit by Communist shells. (AP Photo/Lien)

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Pope Paul VI, standing on the central balcony of Saint Peter's Basilica, looks over saint Peter's square crowded with nearly one half million persons - Italians and foreign tourists - listening to the Pontiff's Easter message to the world, and receiving his Apostolic blessing "Urbi et Orbi" (over the City of Rome and over the World), on Easter Sunday April 10, 1966. (Ap Photo)

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Misc. Views of “Philadelphia fillies,” hot pants patrol, elite group of usherettes at Philadelphia Veteran’s Stadium, April 10, 1971, new home of Philadelphia Phillip baseball team. Opening game at stadium. (AP Photo)

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Jazz Musician and Composer Duke Ellington, right, receives a block of Togo postage stamps picturing him from Epiphane Ayi Mawussi, Togo’s ambassador to the United States. The Duke received the stamps at New York’s Whitney Museum, Monday, April 10, 1972, where he was participating in a concert as Pianist. (AP Photo/John Lent)

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Barren, a two-year-old St. Bernard, has a big St. Bernard-type kiss for his pint-size buddy, a pet guinea pig who shares quarters with the dog at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuurman of Marshall, Minn., April 10, 1968. Even though the 210-pound dog outweighs his friend, the pig doesn’t appear to be frightened at all. However, the Schuurmans keep a close eye on the unusual pair. (AP Photo)

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A total of 183 fires described as of incendiary origin and a score of them multiple-alarmers, swept this city’s troubled areas in Newark, N.J., April 10, 1968. Here, two of firemen called in from 16 neighboring communities, man hose. (AP Photo)

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The main tower of Moscow's University is seen April 10, 1953. (AP Photo)

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Barbra Streisand with Sammy Davis, Jr., who accepted the Oscar for for Leslie Bricusse for "Doctor Dolittle," April 10, 1968 (AP Photo)

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A guard sits in his automobile to watch the tomb of Martin Luther King Jr., while a misty rain falls over the South View Cemetery in Atlanta April 10, 1968. Dr. King was buried on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Charles Kelly)

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Soldiers of the 9th infantry division newest such unit in Vietnam, fire at entrenched Viet Cong Troops from protection of rice paddy dike in Mekong Delta about 20 miles South of Saigon on April 10, 1967. The action lasted two days in vicinity of Rach kier and Brought 315 communist deaths against 4 U.S. soldiers killed and 79 wounded. (AP Photo)

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A dress of woolen jersey, a creation by the Luigi Faraoni fashion house of Rome to be presented at the present Italian ready-to-wear fashion show in Florence, April 10, 1967. The long necklace is by the Elvirotta firm of Rome. The dress can be worn with a knitten woolen horizontally striped coat, also by the Faraoni house. (AP Photo/Mario Torrisi)

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Jimmy Stewart arrives for the Academy Awards with twin daughters, Judy, left, and Kelly, 15 in Santa Monica, Calif., April 10, 1967. (AP Photo)

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Lynda Bird Johnson with her escort actor George Hamilton as they attended Easter Services at the St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Fredericksburg, Texas, April 10, 1966. (AP Photo)

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Jimmy Stewart arrives for the Academy Awards with twin daughters, Judy, left, and Kelly, 15 in Santa Monica, Calif., April 10, 1967. (AP Photo)

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Joan Baez, center, U.S. folk singer, heads a column of Easter marchers during this years Ban the Bomb campaign in Essen, Germany, April 10, 1966. Marchers carry poster reading "No Dying of Men in Vietnam, No Dying of Coal Mines in the Ruhr District", a protest against the present closure of several coal mines. (AP Photo)

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A mass of people, part of a group of thousands of striking grape pickers and sympathizers, rally in front of the California Capitol Building in Sacramento, April 10, 1966. The grape strikers on a pilgrimage from Delano to Sacramento arrived here after a 300-mile, 25-day march. (AP Photo/Walter Zeboski)

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Freshly landed U.S. Marines make their way through the sands of Red Beach at Da Nang, April 10, 1965. They were on their way to reinforce the air base as South Vietnamese Rangers battled guerrillas about three miles south of the beach. (AP Photo/Peter Arnett)

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A U.S. Marine landing craft unloads an M49 on the beach at Da Nang, South Vietnam on April 10, 1965, as the U.S. continued to beef up its combat muscle around the big air base there, just 120 miles south of communist North Vietnam. (AP Photo)

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Iranian students sit in the office of the Iranian Consul General Ali Raza Heravi in New York on April 10, 1963 protesting what they termed a corrupt and dictatorial government. They also were demanding the release of fellow students and college professors they said were “illegally detained.” They had been in the consul’s office for about an hour when Mr. Heravi sent out and paid for 10 cups of coffee for the demonstrators. (AP Photo/Jacob Harris)

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Ballet stars Dame Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev leave London airport, April 10, 1964 for an Australian tour. They are due to return to London in mid-May. (AP Photo/Victor Boynton)

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Two blacks sit in the city library at tables usually reserved for white persons in Birmingham, Ala., April 10, 1963. A white girl is in background. After about 45 minutes, several police officers arrived and the blacks left without being asked. There were no incidents. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)

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Omar Sharif, who plays the part of Ali in “Lawrence of Arabia”, arrives for the premier in Hollywood Dec. 21, 1962. (AP Photo)

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Italian actress Sophia Loren, clad in green, gets a spot of fresh air on the balcony of her luxurious apartment in Rome’s Colonna Palace on April 10, 1962 after receiving a telephone message from Hollywood that she has been awarded an “Oscar” for her performance in the movie “La Ciociara” Two Women. Miss Loren and her husband, producer Carlo Ponti, had waited throughout the night for the news and soon the telephone never stopped ringing. On both sides of the Atlantic in Hollywood and in Rome the operators said: “Congratulations, Sophia” the movie prize-winning performance made Miss Loren the first actress in the history of the awards who spoke a foreign language. (AP Photo/Mario Torrisi)

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Elizabeth Taylor in close up picture as she sits in the back sear of a car when she left the “Cleopatra” set at Rome’s Cinecitta Studio on April 10, 1962. (AP Photo/Mario Torrisi)

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Actor Max von Sydow is shown, Oct. 25, 1961. He is scheduled to play Jesus Christ in a big American bible story production, directed by George Stevens. (AP Photo)

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Yves Montand attended the opening night of film in which he stars, “Let Us Make Love”, at the Palais Chaillot Theatre in Paris, France on April 10, 1960. He with Ingrid Bergman (His co-star in “Aimez-vous Brahms”) in conversation with an unidentified person. (AP Photo/Lipchitz)

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Actress Mary Martin presents medal to Oscar Hammerstein II at Dutch Treat Club annual dinner at Waldorf-Astoria in New York, April 10, 1958. At left is Richard Rodgers, collaborator with Hammerstein in many Broadway musicals and at right is John Chapman, president of the Dutch Treat Club. (AP Photo/Matty Zimmerman)

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The general chairman and guests of honor at the “April in Paris” ball at New York’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel on April 10, 1959, look at manikins dressed as circus acrobats. At right is Duke of Windsor, Prince Edward. At left, next to manikins, is his wife, the Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Simpson. Between them are Mrs. Winston F.C. Guest, chairman of the annual top-society affair and the French ambassador to the U.S., Harve Alphand. (AP Photo)

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Shropshire lamb born on the farm of Keith Solomon near New Brunswick, Indiana on April 10, 1957, shows off his two white legs and four black ones. A veterinarian will operate to try to remove the spare white legs. (AP Photo)

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There’s a parking lot and the Casino Burlesque Theater in Boston, Massachusetts on April 10, 1950, where Paul Revere got his orders to ride through the countryside April 18, 1775, to warn that the British were approaching. (AP Photo)

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Mott Street Market in New York City, April 10, 1950. (AP Photo/Kradin)

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The Essex Street market on New York's Lower East Side is shown, April 10, 1950. (AP Photo/Robert Kradin)

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Part of the huge crowd that attended the first session of the Atomic Energy Institute held at the Enoch Pratt Library in Baltimore, Maryland on April 10, 1947. They heard a lecture on atomic power and viewed an exhibit of posters on the subject. The exhibit was so successful hat the panels of photographs, cutouts, charts and book covers on atomic energy have been taken over by national Committee on Atomic Information for a nation-wide tour, which started in Philadelphia. (AP Photo)

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Exercising their newly-granted right to vote for the first time, two Japanese women cast their ballots in a polling place in Tokyo on April 10, 1946, in the first election since the end of the war. The voting was for the purpose of deciding the political complexion of the lower house of the Japanese Diet. (AP Photo/Charles P. Gorry)

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General Patton’s Third Army troops have found Germany’s gold reserves hidden in a salt mine near Moeckers, South-West of Gotha, Germany on April 10, 1945. It is estimated that 100 tons of gold bullion, plus vast amounts of currency and art treasures have been stored in the mine. Three Reichsbank officials and a curator of the German State Museum, left to guard the treasures were taken into custody of the Americans. A war correspondent climbs into the strong room where the bullion was stored in the mine. The heavy barred door was not opened for fear of booby traps. (AP Photo)

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British troops and vehicles move through a cleared street of ruined Stadtlohn, Germany on April 10, 1945 after capture of the city. (AP Photo)

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Some of the severe damage to the Bergerac powder works on April 10, 1944. As at Angouleme, buildings destroyed or extensively damaged include nitration houses, acid plants, pulping and drying houses and other workshops. (AP Photo)

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View of new Jefferson Memorial in Washington on April 10, 1943. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

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Harry Crockett, Associated Press staffer, at his local desk on April 10, 1942. Location unknown. (AP Photo)

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Philippine scouts grinned their pleasure and admired their war trophy -- a Japanese officer’s sword -- after they had cleaned out a Japanese assault force which attempted a landing on the west shore of Bataan peninsula, Philippines on April 10, 1942, before the Japanese finally overwhelmed the stout defenders. (AP Photo/Clark Lee)

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Clerical staff at work at Gen. Pierce’s headquarters in Luzon, Philippines on April 10, 1942. (AP Photo/Lee)

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Lord Ernle Chatfield, Minister for the Co-ordination of Civilian Defence, left, arrives for a cabinet meeting with John Colville, Minister for Scotland, in Downing Street, London, on April 10, 1939. (AP Photo)

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New England Patriots players Lawyer Milloy, in red cap, Bobby Hamilton, in black cap, and Adam Vinatieri wave to the crowd during a ticker-tape parade honoring the 2002 Super Bowl champions, Wednesday, April 10, 2002, in Portland, Maine. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)

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Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger drives a 2001 concept Hummer H2 sport utility truck through Times Square, for the its New York debut Tuesday, April 10, 2001. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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President Bush meets with Jordan's King Abdullah II, Tuesday, April 10, 2001, at the White House. Abdullah, who has spent a week lobbying America's power elite for support, is meeting with President Bush to press his idea that the United States is essential to bringing peace to the Middle East. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)

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U.S. President George Bush gestures for his dog, Millie, to return home after the first dog ran to Marine One on the White House lawn in Washington, D.C., April 10, 1989. The president is departing for Toronto for a meeting with the Canadian prime minister. (AP Photo/Marcy Nighswander)

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Ten thousands protesters demonstrate outside Dutch government buildings as the Upper House of Parliament debates the legalization of euthanasia at The Hague, Netherlands, in an April 10, 2001 photo. Groningen Academic Hospital in the Netherlands - the first nation to permit euthanasia - recently proposed guidelines for mercy killings of terminally ill newborns, and then made a startling revelation: It has already begun carrying out such procedures, which include administering a lethal dose of sedatives. (AP Photo/Serge Ligtenberg)

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Sandy Lyle, right, gets the "Green Jacket" of the Augusta National Golf Club during the ceremonies following his winning the 1988 Masters Championship Sunday, April 10, 1988. Larry Mize, at left, made the presentation. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty)

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Pop star Madonna is seen performing as she opened her Virgin tour in Seattle, April 10, 1985. (AP Photo/Barry Sweet)

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Actress Liza Minelli and dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov Mikhail Baryshnikov discuss plans for his upcoming TV special at Chicago's Whitehall Hotel, April 10, 1980. Ms. Minelli will star in the show with Baryshnikov. Woman at right is unidentified. (AP Photo/Larry Stoddard)

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Dr. Jonas Salk, who developed the first vaccine against poliomyletis 25 years ago, talks in his office at the Salk Institute in La Jolla, near San Diego, Ca., April 10, 1980. (AP Photo/Ignelzi)

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Television's first weather woman, Carol Reed, center with sign, and actress Elaine Hyman, right, walk the AFTRA picket line in front of the RCA Building at Rockefeller Center in New York, April 10, 1967. Behind the women is United Auto Worker President Walter Reuther, dark coat. Miss Reed is currently the star of the CBS Radio program "Talk of New York." The AFTRA membership will vote on a new contract late April 10, and Miss Reed, who ends her show with "Have a happy," is hoping for a happy ending to the 13-day-old strike. (AP Photo)

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Actress Cloris Leachman accepts her Oscar at the 44th annual Academy Awards ceremony at the Music Center in Los Angeles, Ca., on April 10, 1972. Leachman won for best supporting actress for her role in "The Last Picture Show." In the background is presenter and actress Raquel Welch. (AP Photo)

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Russell Means speaks to newsmen, April 10, 1973 at the New York offices of the center for constitutional rights, which has agreed to defend him against criminal charges in connection with his role in the siege of wounded Knee, S.D. Means, a leader of the militant American Indian movement, said talks with the federal government, said talks with the federal government had broken off, and said he intended to return to the village and ?secure our borders.? (AP Photo)

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This aerial view shows Philadelphia's new Veterans Stadium during a baseball game on opening day on April 10, 1971. The $50-million stadium is home to the Philadelphia Phillies and the Philadelphia Eagles. At center is the Spectrum indoor arena and at far left is the JFK Stadium. The Philadelphia U.S. Navy Yard can be seen along the incomplete Delaware Expressway in background. (AP Photo)

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U.S. reinforcements rush across the jungle clearing from helicopters to join other troops that are fighting from their bunkers nearby, and in jungle in background, on April 10, 1967 during the Vietnam War. First Division troops battled several Viet Cong battalions of the 271st VC regiment 6 miles from the border in War Zone C. (AP Photo/Horst Faas)

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Pickets demonstrating for peace, join the march up fifth Avenue, between 52nd and 53rd street in New York, April 10, 1966. The marchers urged a quick end to the war in Vietnam. (AP Photo/Jack Kanthal)

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President Eamonn De Valera inspects military units on O'Connell Street, Dublin, on April 10, 1966, during the 50th anniversary parade of the Easter Uprising. (AP Photo)

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Princess Anne, daughter of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, takes "High Jinks" over the bar during novice child's marking pony competition of the British horse society's trials in Badminton, England on April 10, 1965. The princess won the event with a clear round over the seven fences. Her prize was five pounds-about 15 dollars. (AP Photo)

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U.S. Marines wade ashore at Red Beach, Da Nang, South Vietnam, reinforcing the Da Nang air base as South Vietnamese Rangers battled communist guerillas about three miles south of the beach, April 10, 1965. (AP Photo/Peter Arnett)

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A helicopter hovers over Dodger Stadium on opening day of the baseball season as the Los Angeles Dodgers play their first game at the new 56,000-seat stadium in Chavez Ravine near Los Angeles, Ca., April 10, 1962. The Dodgers lost to the Cincinnati Reds 6-3. (AP Photo)

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British actor Richard Burton is shown in the role of Marc Antony on horseback in Caesar's triumphant march into Rome during filming of "Cleopatra" in Rome, Italy, April 10, 1962. (AP Photo/Mario Torrisi)

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President Kennedy on April 10, 1961 in Washington today makes the throw to open the big league baseball season in Griffith Stadium, Washington. This is Kennedy's first Presidential pitch. Sen. Everett Dirksen, R-ill., is at right. Sitting two rows back from Kennedy is Lawrence "Larry" O'Brien, his director on the presidential campaign. (AP Photo)

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Japan's Prince Akihito and his bride, the former Michiko Shoda, smilingly acknowledge the cheers of Tokyo throngs as the royal carriage rolls through the city after their wedding, April 10, 1959. (AP Photo)

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Tommy Heinsohn, (15) of the Boston Celtics leaps to scoreas Bob Pettit, left, of the St. Louis Hawks attempts to block the play in their National Basketball Association playoff game at Boston Garden on April 10, 1958. Watching the play is Jack McMahon (21) of the Hawks. (AP Photo/J. Walter Green)

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Children from Central School in Redondo Beach, California, as they demonstrate their new "World record" in the hula hoop, standard size, classification on April 10, 1959. (AP Photo)

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Bejeweled British Queen Elizabeth II flashes this smile during a reception at Paris Louvre Museum on April 10, 1957, given in her honor by the French government. (AP Photo)

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Seven-foot white polar fox stole, modeled by Berit Breilid in Oslo, Norway on April 10, 1956, will be Norway’s wedding gift to the actress at the forthcoming ceremonies in the Riviera principality. Actress Grace Kelly is marring Prince Rainier III. (AP Photo)

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Like gaint snowballs, radar domes rise high above the roofs of buildings at a radar site, on Baffin Island on April 10, 1956, while below three members of the radar force struggle through the wind-blown snow. This site, above the Arctic Circle, is one of a number being built along a 3,000 mile distant early warning line from Baffin Island to Alaska. (AP Photo)

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Three of a unique collection of 14 tiny musical instruments made by the Otomi Indians of Mexico and owned by Arthur L. Reimer, of Inglewood, Calif., in the palm of Reimer’s hand on April 10, 1952. They include a banjo, a guitar with intricate mother-of-pearl design on its back and a violin with bow. Made of native wood, they measure about 2 inches in length and weigh just less than ¼ of an ounce. Even the pegs are split to receive the strings in this case fine threads. The Otomi Indians live near Ixmiquilpan, Mexico. Reimer, a high school music department chairman, has been making trips to Mexico for the past eleven years to record and translate Mexican Indian songs and chants. There are 51 Indian tribes in Mexico and he has visited seven, collecting some 50 songs, he said. (AP Photo/Don Brinn)

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Staff Sergeant Robert Wilkins (left) of Detroit, Mich., and Lieut. Walter L. Doerty, Jr., of Tulare, Calif. are shown on kitchen duty in a North Korea prison camp on April 10, 1952 where they are held by Communists. The picture was made by Frank Noel, Associated Press Photographer who also is a prisoner.(AP Photo/Frank Noel

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Ed Hardy, chemist tends bank of 10 muffle furnaces used to ash the samples of dust arriving from the field shown April 10, 1952. (AP Photo/JH)

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Newsmen and photographers waiting at White House on April 10, 1951, for the announcement at the 1 A.M. (EST) press conference. It was minutes later that statement was read from President Harry Truman saying that Gen. Douglas MacArthur had been forced from all his commands. (AP Photo/Herbert K. White)

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Ted Williams, right, Boston Red Sox outfielder, smiles prior to boarding a train for Boston, Mass., at Grand Central Terminal, in New York, April 10, 1948. Williams was enroute to Boston accompanied by his physician Dr. Ralph McCarthy following an attack of appendicitis. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, R-Wis., center, is surrounded by students of Isidore Newman High School asking for his autograph in Washington, D.C., April 10, 1950. The students, from New Orleans, La., spotted McCarthy having lunch during their tour. (AP Photo)

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Actor Charlie Chaplin and his young wife, former debutante Oona O'Neill, daughter of playwright Eugene O'Neill, visit the Stork Club in New York, April 10, 1947. (AP Photo)

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Japanese watch complicated election scoreboard in front of newspaper office in Tokyo, Japan on April 10, 1946, as returns from first post-war election are posted. (AP Photo/Charles P. Gorry)

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BLACK BASEBALL PLAYER, BUSINESS SUIT, SIGNING CONTRACT, SITTING DESK, POSING,

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A Japanese woman carries her son on her back as she marks her ballot in Tokyo on April 10, 1946, in Japan’s first free election in generations. Japanese women exercised the right to vote for the first time to help elect a new lower house in the diet. (AP Photo/CPG)

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WWII WORLD WAR II U.S. ARMY EUROPEAN THEATER AMERICAN SOLDIERS POSING LINING UP ON BARREL LARGE GUN CANON ENORMOUS WEAPON GENERAL OVERALL VIEW

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The Mortar Support Company are equipped with 4.2 in mortars. They first fired them in Sicily and have since used them to food effect in Italy with the 8th Army and then with the 5th Army. They took part in the Garigliano river crossing. The 4.2 in mortar in action, on April 10, 1944, in Italy. (AP Photo)

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Chipping of stones for the runways is done by hand. American engineers are supervising the work, in conjunction with expert Chinese Army Engineers. Drawing a sharp contrast between modern machinery and medieval labor, this liberator roars over a group of coolies in China April 10, 1944 as they strain at the back-breaking job of haling a huge stone roller over the runway. (AP Photo)

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Ninety-eight unskilled migratory workers from Missouri, recruited through the Farm Security Administration for farms in Massachusetts arrived in Taunton, Massachusetts on April 10, 1943. Louis A. Webster, state commissioner of agriculture, left, greets some of the arrivals. (AP Photo)

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Exciting is the word for this all-black high top hat in New York on April 10, 1943. A shiny satin drape around the crown sets off the rich Chantilly lace mantilla. Designer Walter Florell calls it First Husband. (AP Photo)

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A familiar fighter against an unfamiliar background a hurricane on patrol over Bengal, April 10, 1943. (AP Photo)

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Dome of St. Paul?s Cathedral framed between jagged walls of building wrecked in London, April 10, 1942 during German air raids on the British capital. (AP Photo)

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The British Eighth Army’s offensive, concentrated on a 6-mile front between the sea and main road which strikes north from Medenine village to Mareth and leads ultimately to Gabes, met with success on April 10, 1943. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)

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?Pop it into the oven? says Nanette Fabray, instructions and pencil in hand, as Nadine Gae pauses for the final word, April 10, 1943 in New York before placing a cake in the stove. (AP Photo/Dan Grassi)

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American and Filipino prisoners of war captured by the Japanese are shown at the start of the Death March after the surrender of Bataan on April 9 near Mariveles in the Philippines in 1942 during World War II. Starting on April 10 from Mariveles, on the southern end of the Bataan Penisula, 70,000 POWs were force-marched to Camp O'Donnell, a new prison camp 65 miles away. (AP Photo)

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Wounded German soldiers who were-taken prisoner battle at Sollum, April 10, 1941. (AP Photo)

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Smoke pours from the State Opera House after a British air raid in Berlin on April 10, 1941. The building was reportedly destroyed. (AP Photo)

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A caravan used by French troops as a shelter has amusing inscriptions, April 10, 1940, in the French Army zone in France. One inscription reads: "Villa des prives d'amour, des sans amour." (AP Photo)

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The unusual scarf, with mottos from her husband?s speeches embroidered on it, was worn by Mrs. Clementine Churchill when she was presented with the first two mobile 'Clubs', for lonely anti-air-craft units on behalf of the Young Woman Christian Association, in London, on April 10, 1941. (AP Photo)

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Returning from a 10-day vacation at Warm Springs, Georgia on April 10, 1939, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt is shown as he arrived in Washington, D.C., and conferred with Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau on the European situation. Shown left to right are: Secretary of Commerce Harry Hopkins, the President, Hull and Morgenthau. The little girl is Diana Hopkins. (AP Photo)

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Over one million peasants clad in their picturesque costumes rallied near Hanover, Germany, April 10, 1936 to celebrate Thanksgiving Day. Adolf Hitler addressed the farmer. T (AP Photo)

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Huge pictures of Reichsfuehrer Adolf Hitler and slogans reading "For Greater Germany and Hitler" on streetcars are shown in Vienna, April 10, 1938. (AP Photo)

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Professor Subramanyan Chandrasekhar of the University of Chicago is seen, April 10, 1939. (AP Photo)

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With his mustache and goatee carefully barbered, Frenchy Bordagaray of the Brooklyn Dodgers is ready April 10,1936 for exibition game between the Dodgers and their Manhattan neighbors, the Yankees. Frenchy sprouted his mustache in training camp and then hit upon the idea that a goatee would improve his facial appearance. (AP Photo)

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Over one million peasants clad in their picturesque costumes rallied near Hanover, Germany, April 10, 1936 to celebrate Thanksgiving Day. Adolf Hitler addressed the farmer. This is a general view of the masses while the flag bearers line up. (AP Photo)

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Prussian Premier Minister Hermann Goering, photographed with his wife, Emmy Goering the former states Actress Emmy Sonnemann, after the wedding ceremony, at the Hotel Kaischrhof in Berlin April 10, 1935. (AP Photo)

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Jeannette Rankin appears before the Senate Munitons Committee in Washington, D.C., as National Council representative for the prevention of world war on April 10, 1935. Rankin, a Republican who became the first member of the U.S. House of Representatives in 1917, serving until 1919, voted against U.S. participation in World War I. (AP Photo)

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From under his shaggy, white eyebrows, the eyes of George Bernard Shaw, famous English wit and playwright, lock quizzically at the host of reporters and cameramen as he posed for this fine study aboard the empress of Britain on his arrival at Havana, Cuba, April 10, 1933. The famous dramatist seems to be ready to express one of his biting quip as a twinkle dances this deep-set eyes. (AP Photo)

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Aerial view of the River Mersey and dockside of Liverpool, England including The Royal Liver Building on April 10, 1933. (AP Photo/Staff/Putnam)

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Unpaid school teachers storm the official World's Fair flag raising ceremony, demanding that the Century of Progress should not go until they are given their back pay, in Chicago, Ill., on April 10, 1933. One banner reads: " Eight Months Work - Seven Days Pay ?? " referring to the long period of time that Chicagoan teachers have gone unpaid for their work. (AP Photo)

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A sea-plane flies over the Promenade, at Nice, on the French Riviera, April 10, 1928. (AP Photo)

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The British liner Titanic sails out of Southampton, England, at the start of its doomed voyage on April 10, 1912. The ship struck an iceberg and sank on April 14-15, killing more than 1,500 of the 2,200 people aboard, many of them because there weren't enough lifeboats. (AP Photo)

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The Luxury liner Titanic departs Southampton, England, prior to her maiden Atlantic voyage on April 10, 1912. (AP Photo)

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Entertainer Whitney Houston strikes a pose during her performance at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Monday, April 10, 2000, during taping of the "25 Years of #1 Hits: Arista Records' Anniversary Celebration." The show is scheduled to air on NBC, Monday, May 15. Houston took the stage to a standing ovation in a heavily scrutinized six-song performance during the taping Monday night. (AP Photo/Mark J.Terrill)

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Outgoing party chairman Wolfgang Schaeuble, left, laughs as he is presented with a laptop computer by the party's secretary general Angela Merkel, right, at the party convention of the Christian Democrats (CDU) in Essen, Monday, April 10, 2000. Angela Merkel is the only candidate for Monday's elections of the CDU's new chairperson. Merkel will replace Wolfgang Schaeuble who resigned following the party's ongoing financial scandal. (AP Photo/Roberto Pfeil)

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