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Today In History: November 13

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The Electric Circus
A young couple dance under a psychedelic light show at "The Electric Circus" nightclub on St. Marks Place in the East Village in New York, Nov. 13, 1967. The "Electric Circus" embodied the wild and creative side of 1960's club culture. Below the Electric Circus is the entrance to "The Dom" ballroom which Andy Warhol leased in 1966 to hold his "Exploding Plastic Inevitable" multi-media events that featured the band "The Velvet Underground" (AP Photo)

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Los Angeles Carole Lombard and Clark Gable
Hollywood saw romance behind Carole Lombard's appearance in Los Angeles court to have her screen name legalised. Formerly Jane Peters Powell, wife of William Powell, the screen colony is now speculating on Carole Lombard Gable, as the actress and Clark Gable are frequently seen together. Carole Lombard and Clark Gable watching a lawn tennis match together on Nov. 13, 1936, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo)

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Cherry Coal Mine Dead 1909
A makeshift morgue in a big circus tent was set up to identify and count the dead as they were brought from the charred coal mine after it caught fire and killed 259 miners and rescue workers, Nov. 13, 1909 Cherry, Ill. (AP Photo)

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USA New York Election Results
Part of the vast crowd gathered in Times Square, New York, on Nov. 13, 1928, to watch the returns of the election to decide the new American President. Herbert Hoover was returned with an overwhelming majority. (AP Photo)

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Franklin D Roosevelt 1928
Franklin D. Roosevelt, governor-elect of New York, found a heavy personal mail awaiting him on his arrival on Nov. 13, 1928 at his southern home in Warm Springs, Georgia. (AP Photo)

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U.S. DEPRESSION UNEMPLOYMENT
Some of the 11,000 jobless in Cleveland register for temporary work with the city at the Cleveland Armory, Ohio, Nov. 13, 1930 during the Great Depression. The rate of registering was 1,500 people per hour, which kept the women clerks working through early evening. (AP Photo)

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Captain Alexander Magyar
Captain Alexander Magyar and Mrs. Magyar photographed as they left city hall in New York City on Nov. 13, 1931 after being received by Mayor Walker. With Georges Endres, Magyar flew from New York to Hungary last summer in the plane Justice for Hungary. He was decorated by Mayor Walker for his feat. (AP Photo)

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Hotel Ritz
The Salon de The (tearoom) is filled with patrons at 5 o'clock at the Hotel Ritz in Paris, France, Nov. 13, 1934 (AP Photo)

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Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt 1934
Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt, left, society matron who is fighting for the custody of her daughter, Gloria Vanderbilt, 10, leaves the Supreme Court after testifying for the last time, in New York, Nov. 13, 1934. Mrs. Vanderbilt had been on the witness stand for almost two weeks. Mrs. Vanderbilt's nurse accompanies her in the car. (AP Photo)

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Italy Count Galeazzo Ciano
Count Galeazzo Ciano, Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs, and son-in-law of Benito Mussolini in Italy, on Nov. 13, 1936. (AP Photo)

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Puppetry
Mr. Haines carves as diminutive face for market in Flourtown, a Philadelphia suburb, on Nov. 13, 1937, a business he started deep in the depression. Haines and his wife turn small blocks of pine wood into marionettes. (AP Photo)

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China Chinese Troops Marchon Great Walll
The ancient Great Wall of China is again playing a part in warfare history. Chinese troops are here seen marching to operations against the Japanese along part of the wall in north-west China, in mountainous districts, on Nov. 13, 1937, where no other highways exist. (AP Photo)

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Jews March Against Nazi Terrorism 1938
While elderly Jews prayed in their synagogues, young Jews and sympathizers marched in protest through the West End of London, Nov. 13, 1938. As they neared the German embassy in Carlton House-Terrace London, they were held up by police but later their leaders were let through. They delivered a note addressed to the German ambassador, calling on Germany to end "these organized pogroms which rank with the worst crimes perpetrated by the tyrants of the middle ages." (AP Photo)

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James Stewart And Loretta Young 1939
Actors Jimmy Stewart and Loretta Young are seen having a night on the town in Los Angeles, Nov. 13, 1939. (AP Photo)

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USA British Liner Georgic
British liner Georgic leaving New York on Nov. 13, 1939, for England. Armed and ready to reply to any U-boat raider which might try to interfere with her passage to a European port. (AP Photo)

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WWII England German Prisoners Of War
German war prisoners, under British Military guard at their camp somewhere in England apparently earn their keep. They are filling sandbags used in air raid defence, Nov. 13, 1939. (AP Photo)

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WWII France British Troops
These British soldiers are marching through an unnamed French village on their way up to the western front on Nov. 13, 1939. Rain capes cover their packs and shoulders, and sturdy boots protect their feet from the water on the road. Reports from the front indicate that such weather has hampered operations both on the ground and in the air. (AP Photo)

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MOLOTOV VISITS BERLIN
General Thomas of the German Army shakes hands with Soviet Commissar for Foreign Affairs Vyacheslav M. Molotov during a reception at Hotel Kaiserhof in Berlin, Nov. 13, 1940. In background at right is Reichs Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop, and at center is Chief of the Presidential Chancellery Dr. Otto Meissner. (AP Photo)

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AUSTRALIAN WAR EFFORT 1941
A parade of uniformed women war workers march through the streets of Sydney,Australia, Nov. 13, 1941, to stimulate recruiting for the war effort. (AP Photo)

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WWII Egypt German POWs
A group of German prisoners, captured by the British on the first day of the current offensive in Egypt, are guarded by smiling Australian troopers as they await transportation to a prison camp in the rear of the fighting lines, Nov. 13, 1942. (AP Photo/BOP)

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WWII Egypt Indian Forces
Ghurkas, Indian troops, await lorries outside the Cairo main station, Nov. 13, 1942. Lorries carry the troops on leave to various pensions and rooms, secured for them by officers. There are over 5,000 civilian beds scattered about the city for men on leave. (AP Photo)

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WWII England London Programme Broadcast
During a broadcast of a magazine program, Make and Mend, for and about the Royal Navy in London, on Nov. 13, 1942. From left to right, in foreground, are Peter Cresswell, producer; Anne Lenner, popular crooner and master-at-arms Gill, the Singing Jaunty. (AP Photo)

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New York Roy Rogers
Roy Rogers, featured performer of the Rodeo, stunts with his horse Trigger, for the enefit of hospital patients at the Bellevue Hospital, New York, N.Y., on Nov. 13, 1943. (AP Photo)

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WWII Bombs Dropped On Germany
Bombs from Liberators and Flying Fortresses of the Eighth U.S Army Air Force, drop over German submarine yards and docks on Nov. 13, 1943, during a raid on Bremen. (AP Photo)

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