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Today In History: November 28

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MACYS THANKSGIVING KERMIT
Kermit the Frog droops after a puncture in his head lets out the oxygen-helium mixture in the balloon during the 65th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, Thursday, Nov. 28, 1991. (AP Photo/Mark D. Phillips)

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Acuffs Fiddle
ADVANCED FOR MONDAY JULY 2 AND THEREAFTER - FILE - This Nov. 1943 file photo shows Roy Acuff, second from left, performing with the Smoky Mountain Boys at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tenn. From left are Lonnie Wilson, Acuff, Jimmy Riddle, Pete Kirby, and Velma Williams, partially hidden behind Kirby. In July 2012, a fiddle once belonging to Acuff will be displayed at the Museum of East Tennessee History's "Voices of the Land" exhibit in Knoxville, Tenn., where it will take its place among such iconic country music artifacts as the red dress Dolly Parton wore on stage early in her career, and Chet Atkins' original album covers. (AP Photo, File)

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WWII TEHERAN CONFERENCE
In this British Official Photo, Soviet Union Premier Josef Stalin, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, center, and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill sit at the Teheran Conference in the capital of Persia, Iran, on Nov. 28, 1943. The three leaders, meeting for the first time, are to discuss Allied plans for the war against Germany and for postwar cooperation in the United Nations. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)

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APTOPIX Mideast Egypt Election
Egyptian women wait behind the door of a polling station in Cairo, Egypt, Monday, Nov. 28, 2011. Voting began on Monday in Egypt's first parliamentary elections since longtime authoritarian leader Hosni Mubarak was ousted in a popular uprising nine months ago. The vote is a milestone many Egyptians hope will usher in a democratic age after decades of dictatorship. (AP Photo/Bela Szandelszky)

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British Premier Margaret Thatcher and her husband Denis Thatcher Posing
Margaret Thatcher and her husband Denis talks with reporters on the steps of No. 10 Downing Street, Westminster on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 1990 shortly before she made the short journey to Buckingham Palace to resign as Prime Minister to Queen Elizabeth. Thatcher, 65, stepped down after 11½ years as leader John Major; her Chancellor of the Exchequer will take office following her resignation. (AP Photo/Martin Cleaver)

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British Premier Margaret Thatcher and Husband Denis Thatcher Speaking
Margaret Thatcher makes a statement to reporters as she leaves No. 10 Downing Street, Westminster on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 1990 for Buckingham Palace where she will resign as Prime Minister to Queen Elizabeth II. Thatcher announced on Thursday that she would resign after a new Conservative Party leader was elected. John Major won a three-way contest on Tuesday night. (AP Photo/Martin Cleaver)

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THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE 1929
A large outdoor float of Captain Nemo makes its way down the street during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in New York City on Nov. 28, 1929. (AP Photo)

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Mary Pickford hops on a bicycle and pedals
It’s such a long way from her dressing room to the set where her new picture is being filmed that Mary Pickford hops on a bicycle and pedals to work. The petite film star is shown en route on Nov. 28, 1932. (AP Photo)

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PRES. ROOSEVELT VIDAL WALLACE
U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, left, Eugene L. Vidal, assistant secretary of commerce for aeronautics, center, and Henry A. Wallace, secretary of agriculture, pose in front of the Little White House at Warm Springs, Ga., after a conference on Nov. 28, 1933. (AP Photo)

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Maryland Lynching Investigation
Maryland State Troopers in charge of the campaign to apprehend a group of lynchers work out a plan of attack in Salisbury, Md., Nov. 28, 1933. From left: Attorney General W. Preston Lane Jr.; Col. Washington Bowie; Brigadier General Milton A. Reckord, state adjutant general; and Capt. Edward Mck. Johnson of the Maryland State Police. (AP Photo)

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George Armwood Lynching 1933
State Troopers keep a crowd in check in Salisbury, Md., Nov. 28, 1933. The troopers were sent by Gov. Albert Ritchie to arrest suspects in the lynching of George Armwood in nearby Princess Anne, Md., last month. They were threatened by the crowds and used tear gas to repulse them. (AP Photo)

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Macys Parade Through the Years Photo Gallery
1933 - The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade makes its way down Broadway in New York City on Nov. 30, 1933. The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade marched through New York City for an 87th time on Thursday, Nov. 28, 2013. (AP Photo/File)

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DEATH BABY FACE NELSON
A crowd of people, including reporters and cameramen, gather outside the undertaking parlor in Niles Center, Ill., a Chicago suburb, on Nov. 28, 1934, after the body of George "Baby Face" Nelson was taken there from a nearby curb where it was found. Nelson was fatally wounded in a gun battle at nearby suburb Barrington, Nov. 27. (AP Photo)

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DEATH BABY FACE NELSON
Unidentified agents and a police officer view the body of "Baby Face" Nelson, riddled with bullets, at an undertaker's slab in Niles Center, Ill., a Chicago suburb, on Nov. 28, 1934. The gangster's body was found in a ditch a few hours after he and an accomplice exchanged shots with federal agents in Barrington. (AP Photo)

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Italy Admiral Horthy talking to Benito Mussolini
Admiral Horthy, regent of Hungary, was entertained to a big naval review by King Victor Emmanuel and Benito Mussolini in the gulf of Naples. 108 warships, including Cruisers, sloops and destroyers, as well as submarines and seaplanes took part in the review which was also attended by the Crown Prince Umberto. Admiral Horthy, right, chatting to Benito Mussolini on the deck of one of the cruisers during the Italian naval review, at Naples, Italy, on Nov. 28, 1936. In background is Crown Prince Umberto. (AP Photo)

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India Calcutta Lord and Lady Bradourne
Lord Michael Bradourne, the new Governor of Bengal, accompanied by Lady Doreen Bradourne, was accorded a warm reception when he arrived in Calcutta, to take over from Sir John Anderson, the retiring governor. Lord and Lady Bradourne during their state drive through Calcutta, on Nov. 28, 1937. (AP Photo)

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Egypt Cairo Street
An attempt was made to assassinate Mustapha Nahas Pacha, the Egyptian Prime Minister, as he drove from his Heliopolis residence to a social function. Izzedine Abdel Khader, 22-year-old grandson of a former revolutionary leader, fired at him four times. The car was hit but the premier escaped unhurt. The scene in the street, in Cairo, on Nov. 28, 1937, where the outrage was committed. (AP Photo)

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Robert Irwin Arrives at Sing Sing Prison
Robert Irwin, the “mad sculptor” of New York, who was sentenced to 139 years imprisonment for killing Veronica Gedeon and two others, arrived at Sing-Sing Prison, U.S.A., on Nov. 28, 1938, handcuffed between two deputy sheriffs, and apparently in high spirits about the whole affair. (AP Photo)

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Britain London Refugees Deisembark
Some of the 130 refugees from Czechoslovakia, disembark near Tower Bridge, London on Nov. 28, 1938, after they arrived upon the S.S.Batrover. (AP Photo/Staff/Puttnam)

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London Leslie Burgin Inspecting Tunnel
Leslie Burgin, Minister of Transport, inspected the Dartford-Purfleet pilot tunnel, England on Nov. 28, 1938. This pilot, which is nearing completion is 12 feet in diameter, passes under the bed of the River Thames, at a depth of 92.5 feet and has a total length of approximately 3,300 feet. It is the pilot to the construction of the larger tunnel, and when completed there was an error of only 3/8 of an inch in line and 3/16 this in level. The full size tunnel will be 28 feet in diameter, with a carriageway and two narrow patrol footpaths and will be approximately a mile in length from portal to portal. Leslie Burgin, right, coming through the tunnel on a light railway. (AP Photo)

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PAMLICO SOUND
This is a general view of the Outer Banks of Pamlico Sound, North Carolina on Nov. 28, 1939. (AP Photo)

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WWII England Army Postal Section
One of the most important and busiest of the many sections of the British Army is the Army Post Office, which is responsible for the safe delivery of the thousands of letters and parcels sent from home every day to the Expeditionary Force. The Return Letter Section of the Army Post Office Nov. 28, 1939. They are dealing with letters badly addressed. (AP Photo)

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Wall Street Livermore 1940
Jesse L. Livermore, Sr., and his wife Nina are shown at the Stork Club in New York, Nov. 28, 1940, less than 24 hours before the former "boy wonder of Wall Street" shot himself to death. Donald Arden, club photographer, asked Livermore if he might take his picture. Arden quoted Livermore as saying, "Not at all; but it's the last picture you'll take, because tomorrow I'm going away for a long, long time." (AP Photo)

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