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Today In History: January 10

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SUPER BOWL XI BILKETNIKOFF
Wide receiver Frerd Biletnikjoff of the Oakland Raidersrambles with one of the four passes he caught for 79 yards during Super Bowl XI in Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 10, 1077. (AP Photo)

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WWII New Guinea
A new fighter group with their speedy P-381’s is now on the job at Port Moresby on Jan. 10, 1943. Here four of the planes, of the type which recently knocked out 77 Jap fighters in the convoy battle off Lae, speed out to smash the enemy. (AP Photo)

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WWII Africa
An endless line of German and Italian prisoners being marched down from the desert to Tobruk harbour (seen in middle distance) Jan. 10, 1942 for transport by sea to prisoner-of-war camps. It was stated in January 8, that the total of axis prisoners from the Libya fighting was 25,000 of which 6,000 were Germans. (AP Photo)

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QUEEN ELIZABETH BURNING IN HONGKONG
Former Queen Elizabeth on side in Hong Kong harbor, Jan. 10, 1972. In background is multi-building housing estate in Lai Chi Kok Area., acrosss harbor from Tsing Yi Island anchorage area. (AP Photo)

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Viietnam War
Paratroopers of the 173rd airborne brigade look out for Viet Cong snipers as flames leap from a burning hut in a village along the Vaico Oriental River, 20 miles west of Saigon in Viet Nam on Jan. 10, 1966. The operation was an assault on the Viet Cong-controlled right bank of the river which served as a base for Viet Cong forays into the countryside. The few civilians found by the U.S. troops were evacuated by helicopter and the paratroopers set fire to all houses and fields in the vicinity of the operations which were mounted in January. (AP Photo/Peter Arnett)

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President Ronald Reagan Michael Putzel News Conference
President Ronald Reagan responds to a question from Associated Press White House Correspondent Michael Putzel during a news conference in the White House East Room in Washington on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 1985. The session was the President?s first formal meeting with reporters in six months. (AP Photo/Barry Thumma)

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Christa McAuliffe 1986
Teacher Christa McAuliffe of Concord, New Hampshire, right, and mission specialist Judith Resnik talk with reporters at Kennedy Space Center, Fla., Jan. 9, 1986, after a dry countdown test in preparation for the January 23 launch of Space Shuttle Mission 51-L. McAuliffe is America's first teacher-astronaut. (AP Photo)

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Somalia US Forces 1993
U.S. marine Corporal William Lodge, 22, of Brooklyn, New York, burns drums of latrine waste at the Marine encampment at Mogadishu airport, Friday, Jan. 9, 1993. Sanitation and disease prevention are given a high priority by the military in Somalia's hazardous health environment. (AP Photo/Greg Marinovich)

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VIETNAM TROOPS WOUNDED 1965
A Vietnamese paratrooper carries a wounded soldier on his back to the first aid station in Dat Do, Vietnam on Jan. 9, 1965 during the Vietnam War. In the background is the old French fort. (AP Photo)

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President John Kennedy and Giuseppe Codacci Pisanelli Talking Rocking Chair
President John Kennedy and Giuseppe Codacci Pisanelli, President of the Interparliamentary Union, confer in the President?s White House office on Jan. 9, 1962 in Washington. (AP Photo)

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GERMANY SUSPENSION RAILWAY
A train arrives at the suspension railway station in Elberfeld, Germany, Jan. 10, 1923, shortly before the French occupied the town. (AP Photo)

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Thomas A. Edison and Henry Ford
Thomas A. Edison and Henry Ford at the Ford industrial expos at Madison Square Garden in New York on Jan. 10, 1928. (AP Photo)

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Noble Prize Winners
In this distinguished group which met in Pasadena, Calif., on Jan. 10, 1931 to discuss scientific problems are, left to right: Walter S. Adams, astronomer and director of the Mt. Wilson Carnegie observatory; Dr. Albert A. Michelson, formerly of Chicago University, who measured the speed of light; Dr. Albert Einstein, famed for his theory of relativity; and Dr. Robert A. Millikan, president of the California Institute and discoverer of the cosmic ray. The latter three have been awarded the Nobel Prize. (AP Photo)

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August Heckscher 1934
Real estate magnate August Heckscher is seen, Jan. 10, 1934.Mr. Heckscher two real estate corporations have filed suit against Rockefeller Center, John D. Rockefeller Jr. and others for $10,000,000, alleging unfair competition in soliciting tenants. (AP Photo)

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LINDBERGH BABY TRIAL
Photographers perched in every vantage point follow aviator Charles A. Lindbergh, center without hat, as he leaves the courthouse in Flemington, N.J., Jan. 10, 1935 during the trial of Bruno Hauptmann on charges of kidnapping and murdering the Lindbergh baby boy. (AP Photo)

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PICKFORD DIVORCE ACTION
Actress Mary Pickford testifies on the witness stand in the divorce action brought against her husband, Douglas Fairbanks, in Los Angeles, Ca., Jan. 10, 1935. The action was not contested. (AP Photo)

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Lindbergh Kidnapping and Trial
Chin resting on hand, Bruno Richard Hauptmann wore this serious air as he sat in the crowded courtroom at Flemington, New Jersey on Jan. 10, 1935, awaiting the continued cross-examination of Dr. John F. Condon, the “Jafsie” who had identified him as the receiver of the $50,000 ransom paid for the Lindbergh baby. Hauptmann is seated between a uniformed state trooper and a deputy sheriff, his guards at the trial, which he's accused of the kidnap-killing. (AP Photo)

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Argentina Buenos Aires Harvesting
Argentine farmers use combines to harvest and thresh their wheat, but instead of mechanical power, they use the horse. Two combines at work on an Argentine wheat field near Coronel Suarex in Buenos Aires Province, on Jan. 10, 1938, where the harvest is in full swing. (AP Photo)

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Hungary Rome Bloc Powers Conference
The conference of the signatories of the Rome protocols of 1934, Italy, Austria and Hungary, concluded in Budapest, beginning on Jan. 10, 1938. The signatories to the conference. From left to right are: Dr. Schuschnigg, Austrian Chancellor, Prime Minister Daranyi, Count Ciano, Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Herr Schmidt. (AP Photo)

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Greece Royal Wedding of Prince Paul
European Princess and Princesses rode in the wedding cavalcade in Athens, of Princess Frederika of Brunswick and Prince Paul, heir to the Greek throne, brilliantly dressed men and women from every great family in Europe witnessed the striking ceremony during which the Princess wore successively a brilliant diadem and a magnificent crown belonging to the House of Hanover. This crown, worn several times in the past by English Princes, will now remain in possession of the House of Brunswick. The royal bride and bridegroom after the ceremony, at the Royal Palace in Greece, on Jan. 10, 1938. (AP Photo)

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U.S. Farming People Sharecropper Homeless
More than a thousand sharecroppers of south-east Missouri, mostly African American, marched to the highways protesting their economic plight on Jan. 10, 1939. Many said they had been evicted from their shanties. Most of them camped in the open but this African American woman sought shelter under a bridge. (AP Photo)

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Sharecroppers
Sharecroppers preparing a simple meal on a kitchen stove on public highway near Sikeston, Missouri on Jan. 10, 1939. Estimated by the state highway patrol to number 1,000, sharecroppers who reported they had been evicted from their homes encamped on public highways to call attention to their plight. (AP Photo)

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Japan Prince Takahiko Asaka with Chikako Todo
Prince Takahiko Asaka, whose family is closely related to Japan’s imperial house, was married to Chikako Todo, 18-year old daughter of a Japanese Count. They are shown here in ceremonial wedding robes, after the ceremony in the palace on Jan. 10, 1939 in Japan. The costumes come out of the Tokugawa Era, of 300 years ago. Note the brides seven kimonos. (AP Photo)

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WWII England Australian Air Force
With a rousing cheer, these men of an Australian aviation unit greeted onlookers as they arrived in Britain on Jan. 10, 1940, the first Aussies to reach England. Secrecy shrouded their transfer from far off Australia to the mother country. (AP Photo)

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