The home front in the Second World War.

The scientist in Germany during the World War 2 era invented the jet engine.

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Albert Einstein developed the Theory of Relativity in 1903 and was considered one the world's smartest scientists. He became a popular figure in the later years of his life. He died in 1955.

His vision was one of a fantasy world from the Martians point of view.

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There's also an unembellished, unfinished take of that apogee of British blues-psych, Green Manalishi; the very first attempts at Man Of The World and several mirth breaks for Jeremy Spencer's rock'n'roll pastiches.

Chinese alchemists however, would change the world forever through their invention.

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sian musician Vasilii Andreev began to appear in public with his popular balalaika orchestra
*-- were often linked with nostalgia for the pre-industrial or "folk" world
*--Also with an awakening of a broad public interest in art that treated simple every-day life ubiquities

He was the last Canadian to die in action in the Second World War.

After losing the election for President to John F. Kennedy in 1960 and then losing his bid to be Governor of California in 1962, former Vice President Richard Nixon fought back to regain prominence in national politics. One interesting thing he did was to be a guest on the popular television comedy show . Nixon repeated the show's running gag-line, "Sock it to me" a number of times. It gave the impression that he was not such a dour person after all. Nixon was elected President in 1968.

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Henry Memorial Award, the Benjamin Franklin Award, the Aviation-Space Writers Association Award, the World Fantasy Award for lifetime achievement, and the Grand Master Award from the Science Fiction Writers of America....

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asymmetrical) rigging, and advocating higher stroked races for the 2000-meter distance, winning the 1960 Olympics and stunning the rowing world. By 1964, Harry Parker at Harvard in particular, and now California - and to a degree Washington - had adopted some of these techniques, witnessed by the "high and hard" strategy of the Cal crew at the IRA. As important were the technological changes; this would be the first year that California, following the Harry Parker lead (originally used by the Germans), used tulip blades (or "scoops") in place of the traditional Pocock sweeps.

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They hoped that drawing attention to geophysical matters would stimulate new projects and inventions, and increase the knowledge the world had of the planet, its atmosphere, and the things that lay beyond....

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:NYC,Harper| USA Progressive Era muckraking journalist and critic, Henry Demarest Lloyd, published , a general warning about how newly arisen giant corporations organized on a transnational basis ("wealth"), especially , the Russian oil company Nobel, and the Europe-wide banking house Rothschild, threatened democratic civil society ("the commonwealth")
*--He warned against US/Russian collusion to control the world's oil supply