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Today In History: January 30

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Mahatma Gandhi + 2

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Gandhi Assassination 1948
The body of Mohandas K. Gandhi, Indian patriot and spiritual leader, lies in state covered with rose petals in the Birla House in New Delhi, Jan. 30, 1948. He was assassinated by a gunman today. (AP Photo)

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Winston Churchill funeral
The coffin containing remains of Sir Winston Churchill is carried from Westminster Hall in London on Jan. 30, 1965 to be placed on a Royal Navy gun carriage for trip to St. Paul’s Cathedral for funeral services. Sir Winston died at age 90 on January 24. (AP Photo)

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Coretta Scott King Public Reseption
Mrs. Martin Luther King attended a public reception within the premises in New Delhi Jan. 22, 1969, where her husband’s mentor, Mohandas Gandhi, was cremated following his assassination by a Hindu fanatic Jan. 30, 1948. (AP Photo)

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RWANDA GIKONDO PRISON
A Hutu prisoner reads the bible to fellow prisoners in the Gikondo prison in Kigali, Rwanda Thursday, Jan. 30, 1997. All in the group are charged for participation in the 1994 genocide. After four years of civil war and the genocide, fewer than 50 trained attorneys remain in Rwanda with more than 90,000 suspects in severely overcrowded jails. Government officials argue that training attorneys or paying for foreign attorneys is impossible. (AP Photo/Sayyid Azim)

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RWANDA GIKONDO PRISON
Prisoners crowd a courtyard in the Gikondo prison in Kigali, Rwanda Thursday, Jan. 30, 1997. Of the approximately 6,000 adults and 700 youth prisoners in the overcrowded prison, over 99 percent are being detained for participation in the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. In the two months since refugees started to return to Rwanda from camps in surrounding countries, at least 7,600 have been arrested for participation in the 1994 genocide, some have turned themselves in for their own protection. (AP Photo/Sayyid Azim)

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Eamon de Valera
Eamon de Valera, center, is shown with his foreign representatives in Dublin, Ireland, Jan. 30, 1922. Eamon de Valera and his supporters caused a tremendous sensation at a recent meeting of the Dail when they walked out of the room and building, protesting the election of Arthur Griffith as president of the Irish Free State. His supporters are, left to right: Harry Boland of Washington, D.C.; Art O'Brien of London; de Valera; S.T. Kelly of Paris and Count O'Byrne of Rome. (AP Photo)

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Fashion History
Raymond G. Twyefoort of New York City models the latest fashion for the American businessman, Jan. 30, 1929, an ensemble suit featuring coat and waistcoat in solid color, in this case, mouse gray. The waistcoat is double-breasted with low opening and snug at the waist. Striped trousers in the same color as the coat are worn without a cuff. Black shoes with buff spats and gray bowler hat complete the look. (AP Photo)

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Capitol building
The majestic dome of the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 30, 1930, as seen through the winter’s heaviest snowfall in the national capital, through one of the gates at the entrance to the grounds showing the evergreens heavily laden with snow. (AP Photo)

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Aga Khan
His Royal Highness Aga Khan with his bride the former Andree Carron arriving in Genoa, Italy on Jan. 30, 1930. (AP Photo)

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RICHARD HALLIBURTON

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RICHARD HALLIBURTON
Richard Halliburton, adventure writer and traveler, is shown on Jan. 30, 1931. The location is not known. (AP Photo)

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Franklin D. Roosevelt

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Franklin D. Roosevelt
A happy birthday surprise for Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt of New York, celebrating his 50th birthday, Jan. 30, 1932, was this huge message from the Roosevelt state headquarters of Texas. The presidential aspirant spent the day surrounded by his family at his home at Hyde Park, New York. (AP Photo)

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FDR And Classmates 1933
President-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt is shown with his classmates from 1907 in the Columbia University School of Law during a birthday dinner at Warm Springs, Ga., Jan. 30, 1933. Left to right, seated in center are: Wald M. Stephens, first president of the class; Gov. Roosevelt; and Chester Cuthell, present class president. At. Cuthell's left is Col. William J. Donovan. Others are unidentified. (AP Photo)

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Nazis Cheer 1933
Followers of the Nationalist Socialist Party cheer their leader Adolf Hitler, as he left the Hotel Kaiserhof in Berlin, Jan. 30, 1933 following his appointment by President Von Hindenburg as Chancellor of Germany. The Nazi chieftain returns their Fascist salute. (AP Photo)

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ADOLF HITLER

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HITLER'S FIRST ANNIVERSARY
Chancellor Adolf Hitler, Nazi leader, is shown in the right front seat of his Mercedes automobile as he drove to the Reichstag, January 30, 1934, to deliver the address celebrating the end of his first year in power. (AP Photo)

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JOHN DILLINGER

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DILLINGER UNDERWAY CROWN POINT
Heavily guarded, manacled and shackled, outlaw John Dillinger is shown on January 30, 1934, as he is taken from one plane to another in St. Louis, Tenn., while under way to his final destination, Indiana jail at Crown Point. (AP Photo)

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ADOLF LUQUE

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HAVANA CUBA LUQUE
Adolf Luque, National League veteran, pitches out the first ball to open a series of games between the USS Wyoming, anchored in the harbor, and the Havana stars in Havana, Cuba, on Jan. 30, 1934. Luque is a member of the New York Giants pitching staff. (AP Photo)

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SOUP KITCHEN
In early years of the depression private agencies such as the Salvation Army were relied upon to give aid to to the unemployed. Phot shows men at a "Soup Kitchen" January 30, 1934. (AP Photo)

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Adolf Hitler

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Germany Adolf Hitler
German Chancellor Adolf Hitler salutes as he is driven through a large crowd, held back by struggling police, in Berlin, Germany, Jan. 30, 1934, after he had visited President Hindenburg in the Presidential palace. (AP Photo)

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Berlin Crowd Gathered
Police hold back part of the large crowd gathered to try and see Chancellor Adolf Hitler, when he arrived at the Reichpresident's Palais, in Berlin, on Jan. 30, 1934. (AP Photo)

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Franklin D. Roosevelt
President Franklin D. Roosevelt shown at the White House, in Washington on Jan. 30, 1935 with an imposing battery of microphones lined up in front of him as he broadcast his thanks to the nation for taking part in the balls for the benefit of crippled children. (AP Photo)

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COLE PORTER + 1

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PORTER CHATTERTON
Actress Ruth Chatterton and songwriter and composer Cole Porter are enjoying dinner together at the Cocoanut Grove in Los Angeles, Ca., on January 30, 1936. (AP Photo)

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Evelyn Frechette 1936
Evelyn Frechette, 27, sweetheart of the slain John Dillinger, is shown in U.S. Commissioner’s Court when she took a pauper’s oath which releases her from the Federal Detention Farm at Milan, Mich., where she was sentenced two years ago for harboring the notorious gangster, Jan. 30, 1936. She said she intends to “go straight” The pauper’s oath was necessary to release her from payment of a $1,000 fine. (AP Photo)

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U.S. FLOODS MISSISSIPPI VALLEY
A trainload of sandbags is transported to line the Mississippi mainline levees to defend against rising waters of the Mississippi River in the flood area in Marion, Ark., Jan. 30, 1937. (AP Photo)

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Music guitar
Still cheerful although he has been driven from home by the flood, this boy refugee at the fair grounds on Jan. 30, 1937 in Memphis, Tennessee. He strikes up a tune on his guitar and appropriately sings," Roll On Mississippi." (AP Photo)

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