On February 27, 1922, nearly three years after the passage of the 19th Amendment, which forbid states from denying the vote to women, the Supreme Court unanimously declared the measure constitutional.
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Office for Emergency Management. Office of War Information. Overseas Operations Branch. New York Office. News and Features Bureau. (12/17/1942 – 09/15/1945)
Part 1, 5th Div. Marines advance on Iwo Jima behind artillery, naval, and aerial bombardment. Part 2, Sec. of State Stettinius signs the Chapultepec Pact at the Inter-American Conference, Mexico City. Part 3, carrier-based planes bomb the Tokyo area. Part 4, the 9th Army crosses the Rhine. Gens. Eisenhower and W.H. Simpson inspect positions. Russian prisoners are liberated. German atrocities are discovered.
SUBJECT * Aircraft carriers * Pan-Americanism * Russian prisoners of war * World War, 1939-1945 * Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969 * Simpson, William H. (William Hood), 1888-1982. * Stettinius, Edward Rielley * Department of Defense. Department of the Navy. U.S. Marine Corps. (09/18/1947 – )
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It’s hard to believe that today marks three (3) long years that we have been stuck with the illegal pResident currently residing in the White House. Just one more year to go folks!
January 7, 1789 – The United States holds it’s first Presidential election more than a decade after the Declaration of Independence. The voters choose electors who, a month later choose George Washington to be the nation’s first President.
Highlights of this day in history: Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon suffers a massive stroke; Louis Braille, inventor of the reading system for the blind, is born; Former pro wrestler Jesse Ventura is sworn in as the governor of Minnesota.