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Thursday, March 5, 2015
Australian Explorers
1839  - George Grey discovers the Gascoyne River, longest river in Western Australia. [more]
Australian History
1803  - Australia's first newspaper is printed. [more]
2002  - The last commercial Ansett Airlines flight completes its run from Perth to Sydney. [more]
World History
1770  - The Boston Massacre occurs, as British troops fire on American demonstrators. [more]
1937  - The USA formally apologises to Nazi Germany for the New York mayor's reference to Hitler as a "brown-shirted fanatic". [more]
1946  - Winston Churchill first popularises the phrase 'Iron Curtain' in his famous oration prior to the Cold War. [more]
2004  - Officers of the Mexican airforce film a group of UFOs visible in infrared footage but invisible to the naked eye. [more]

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