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WWII So America Central America W Indies Mexico Defense
Grown-ups drilling at Mumintik in the Chiapas back-country, Mexico March 5, 1943. (AP Photo)

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Hayes Inauguration 1877
This is a general view of the grand stand during the inauguration of Rutherford B. Hayes, March 5, 1877 in Washington. (AP Photo)

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WILLIAM H. FOSTER

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HALL OF FAME FOSTER
This is a 1926 file photo of William H. Foster, who was elected by the veterans committee to the Baseball Hall of Fame Tuesday March 5, 1996. (AP Photo/MANDATORY CREDIT NATIONAL BASEBALL LIBRARY & ARCHIVE COOPERSTOWN, N.Y.)

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Gordon Selfridge

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Gordon Selfridge
Gordon Selfridge at his desk in a photo dated March 5, 1930. (AP Photo)

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Charles Lindbergh Kidnap Case misc
Ever since the kidnapping of Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. the 500 children in the St. Michael’s Catholic orphanage at Hopewell, N.J., on March 5, 1932. This orphanage is within a few miles of the scene of the crime. The children have prayed daily for the swift and safe return of the Lindbergh baby. Photo shows the orphanage children praying in the chapel for the safe return of the Lindbergh baby. The Lindbergh baby was kidnapped on March 1, 1932. (AP Photo)

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Charles Lindbergh kidnapping about
Police officials of many cities responded at Trenton, N.J. on March 5, 1932 to a call sent out by Governor A. Harry Moore of New Jersey for a conference on the Lindbergh Case. At that time the officials made suggestions on the case and agreed on a local effort to run down all clues. A group of the officials at Trenton from left are: Commissioner Mulrooney of New York; chief of police Thomas Wolfe, Jersey City; John Milton, counsel of the governor; Col. William H. Kelly, the governor’s aide; Governor Moore; inspector John Lyons of New York; chief inspector John O’Brien of New York; Mayor Frank Hague of Jersey City; William J. Egan, Newark director of public safety. (AP Photo)

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Anthony Eden + 1

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England Anthony Eden and Wife Beatrice
Britain's Anthony Eden, Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, with wife Beatrice Beckett at Victoria Station, London before leaving for the Disarmament Conference in Geneva on March 5, 1933. (AP Photo/Staff/Puttnam)

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Paul von Hindenburg

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End Of German Democracy 1933
German President Paul von Hindenburg is seen before he cast his ballot at a booth near the Presidential Palace in Berlin on Germany's Election Day, March 5, 1933. The Nazis gained complete control of the government in this election. (AP Photo)

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BETTE DAVIS VICTO ...

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OSCARS DAVIS MCLAGLEN
Bette Davis and Victor McLaglen are shown after winning their Oscars at the 1935 Academy Awards banquet held at the Biltmore Bowl, Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles, Ca., on March 5, 1936. Davis was named best actress for her role in "Dangerous," and McLaglen won best actor for his performance in "The Informer." (AP Photo)

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Babe Ruth + 2

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Yankees Ruth And Braves McKechnie 1935
Babe Ruth and Bill McKechnie of the Boston Braves talk things over in Ruth's St. Petersburg quarters, March 5, 1935, shortly after the batting king arrived in Florida to begin spring training. McKechnie is manager. (AP Photo/Tom Sande)

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Jerome Dean + 1

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Jerome Dean
It's $40,000 or nothing, and if Rickey doesn't come through, the amount will go higher!" and with such an ultimatum after his belated arrival at the St. Louis Cardinals' training camp, Jerome "Dizzy" Dean sat down at a radio and awaited broadcast of satisfactory salary terms from ranch Rickey on March 5, 1936 in Bradenton, Florida. (AP Photo)

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Joe Louis + 1

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Joe Louis boxer
Joe Louis, right, black heavyweight boxer, shown visiting in court in Chicago, March 5, 1936 with his trainer, Jack Blackburn. Blackburn is on trial charged with assault to kill in connection with shooting in Chicago last October, 1935 in which nine-year-old African American girl was wounded. (AP Photo)

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King Edward VIII

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Scotland King Edward VIII
Britain's King Edward VIII walks down the gangway after a tour of inspection of the new liner Queen Mary, being built at Clydebank, Scotland, on March 5, 1936. (AP Photo)

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FDR 1936
President Franklin D. Roosevelt as the chief executive took part in the ceremonies related to the completion of Norris Dam from the White House in Washington, March 5, 1936. March 5 marks the president's third year in the White House. (AP Photo)

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King Farouk

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Switzerland King Farouk
King Farouk, the young King of Egypt, and the Queen-mother seen in a sledge on arrival at St. Moritz on March 5, 1937. On left is Sakhry Pasha who is accompanying the King and his mother on their journey to England. (AP Photo)

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Alfonso Duke of Segovia

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Italy Rome Alfonso Duke of Segovia
Alfonso Duke of Segovia, son of Infante Don Jaime, and grandson of Ex-King of Alfonso of Spain, in Rome, Italy, on March 5, 1937. (AP Photo)

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Aviation U.S. Airmail Pick Up Operation
Preview of ?pickup airmail? service in Coatesville, Pennsylvania on March 5, 1939. Victor Yesulaites, and Norman Rintoul, Bklyn. NY, pilot of the Stinson Relia plane which they are shown in front of with mail bag. (AP Photo)

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Valerie Hobson + 1

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England Valerie Hobson
The engagement was announced of Valerie Hobson, 21-year-old British film actress, and Anthony Havelock Allan, aged 33 years, Britain’s youngest film producer. The couple met when Miss Hobson starred in This man is news directed by Mr. Allan. Valerie Hobson and her fiancé Anthony Havelock Allan seated on a balustrade of the Pinewood Studios Club, in England on March 5, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Shahpur Mohammed Riza + 2

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Egypt Crown Prince of Iran
Shahpur Mohammed Riza, Crown Prince of Iran, has now arrived in Cairo for his wedding to Princess Fawzia, sister of King Farouk of Egypt. He boarded the Egyptian Royal Yacht Mahroussa at Beirut, Syria, and with an Escort of Egyptian naval craft, left for Alexandria. Shahpur Mohammed Riza, Crown Prince of Iran, left, acknowledging the welcome of the crowd when he passed through Damascus, on his journey to Cairo on March 5, 1939. With the Crown Prince is the Syrian Minister of Finance and War. (AP Photo)

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WWII France French Wounded
A French soldiers right arm gives mute testimony as to why an inspector-general doctor in the French war zone takes a left handshake, congratulating the poilu on his recently-won decorations on March 5, 1940. The soldier was one of a volunteer party that ventured into No Man's Land to cut wires and lay mines or explode enemy mines. (AP Photo)

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WWII Europe Finland Defense British Forces
British volunteers for the international brigade in Finland to be commanded by Major Kermit Roosevelt, now a colonel-elect in the Finnish Army paraded at Thorney House, in London, the headquarters here for Finnish recruiting and, after meeting their new commander, they paraded for medical inspection by Lord Dawson of Penn, Physician-in-ordinary to the king. Lord Dawson of Penn, the King’s doctor, examining Mr. R.E.B. Ritchie, one of the British Volunteers for Finland, at the parade at Thorney House in London March 5, 1940. (AP Photo)

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WWII France Cypriot Muleteer
A contingent of Cypriots, which landed in France, have now taken up their duties with the B.E.F. With their mules, they are engaged in carrying stores for various units. They are all recent recruits. A Cypriot muleteer and his mule in France on March 5, 1940. (AP Photo)

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WWII Albania Greek soldiers
Greek soldiers amuse themselves with weapons and helmets captured from the Italians during fighting around Tepeleni, Albania on March 5, 1941. (AP Photo)

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WWII US Civil Defense Blackouts 1941
Policemen in black cloth masks practiced groping their way through "darkness" in Seattle, March 5, 1941 in this stunt to call attention to the city's blackout scheduled for March 7. (AP Photo/Paul Wagner)

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