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This Day in History

Saturday, June 24, 2017
Australian History
1870  - Australian horseman and poet, Adam Lindsay Gordon, commits suicide. [more]
2010  - Julia Gillard, Australia's first female Prime Minister, is sworn in. [more]
World History
1947  - The term 'flying saucer' is coined after pilot Kenneth Arnold reports seeing nine objects speeding by Mount Rainier, in the US state of Washington. [more]
1948  - The Soviet Union forces a blockade of Berlin in an attempt to stop the division of Germany into communist and free states. [more]
1978  - Eight missionaries and their children are murdered in Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe. [more]

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