Today in History: June 25

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The 45-foot schooner Amberjack, with President Franklin D. Roosevelt aboard, is shown sailing near Penobscot Bay, Maine, during his vacation, June 25, 1933. In the background is the destroyer USS Ellis. (AP Photo)

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U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation officials examine Thursday June 27, 1996, the remains of the truck bomb that devastated the American military base, killing 19 soldiers and injured over 200 Tuesday in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Greg Marinovich)

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A powerful truck bomb tore through apartment buildings, seen in this image made from video, at a U.S. Air Force complex in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, June 25, 1996, killing at least 23 Americans and injuring about 345. President Clinton vowed, ``The cowards who committed this murderous act must not go unpunished.'' (AP Photo/APTV)

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President George Bush shakes hands with the South African leader Nelson Mandela at the White House, Monday, June 25, 1990, Washington, DC. (AP Photo/Doug Mills)

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A horse makes a 30-foot plunge into a six-foot pool of water on the Steel Pier in Atlantic City, N.J., Friday night, June 25, 1993. Over the objections of animal-rights activists, the diving horses returned to the boardwalk after a 15-year hiatus. (AP Photo/ Charles Rex Arbogast)

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Saudi Arabians look into a crater 11 meters (35 feet) and 26 meters (85 feet) deep on the street outside a U.S. Air Force complex in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia is seen in this view from Saudi television Wednesday, June 26, 1996. A powerful truck bomb, described by officials as containing up to 2 1/2 tons (2,250 kilos of explosives, exploded at this point tearing through apartment buildings at a U.S. Air Force complex on Tuesday, June 25, 1996, killing 23 Americans and injuring more than 300 others. (AP Photo) SAUDI ARABIA OUT

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The works Ferrari sports car, driven by Olivier Gendebien and Paul Frere, takes the lead in the annual 24 hours endurance race for sports cars at Le Mans, France on Saturday June 25, 1960. Gendebien and Frere held the lead to win the event the following day. Ferraris took six of the first seven places. (AP Photo/ Jacques Marqueton)

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Onlookers watch as almost 1,500 quilt panels bearing the names of New York area residents who have died of AIDS are unfolded on the Great Lawn in New York's Central Park Saturday, June 25, 1988. The panels, which are expected to be incorporated into the national Names Project AIDS Quilt, include 75 bearing the names of metropolitan area babies. (AP PHOTO/Wilbur Funches)

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Two young men have a hard time filling out a large pair of lederhosen as they read the newspaper, in Hannover, West Germany, June 25, 1957. The leather trousers were made by a Hannover leather goods shop as a publicity stunt. The store has organized a contest to find the man most capable of filling the pants. (AP Photo/Heinrich Sanden Jr.)

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President of Philippines Ferdinand Marcos and wife honoring US Sec. of State George Shultz with a luncheon at the Malacanang Residential Palace on June 25, 1983 during Shultz?s 24-hour Manila visit. (AP Photo)

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One of the technicians who helped set up prize fight ring in New York's Yankee Stadium holds out his hand in the rain, June 25, 1959 that forced postponement of heavyweight title bout between champion Floyd Patterson and challenger Ingemar Johansson. (AP Photo/John Lent)

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FILE - In this July 7, 1984 file photo, Michael Jackson wears a white glove during his performance kicking off the "Victory Tour" at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. Jackson, 50, died in Los Angeles on Thursday, June 25, 2009. (AP Photo/Cliff Schiappa, file)

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Stan Getz plays his saxaphone at the Kool Jazz Festival in New York on June 25, 1982. (AP Photo / Carlos Rene Perez)

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Bodybuilder-turned-actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who stars in the fantasy adventure "Conan the Barbarian," is seen in Los Angeles, Calif., on June 25, 1981. (AP Photo/Wally Fong)

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President John F. Kennedy of the United States of America during his speech at the Paulskirche in Frankfurt, Germany on June 25, 1963. The American President is on a ten-day tour of Europe. (AP Photo/Helmuth Lohmann)

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Los Angeles Lakers first round draft choice Earvin "Magic" Johnson is flanked by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earvin Johnson, Monday, June 25, 1979 in New York at the Plaza Hotel where the draft was being conducted. The Lakers signed the all-American back-court man to a multiyear contract. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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Accused murderer Theodore Bundy, center, consults with members of his defense team in a Miami courtroom, June 25, 1979 after the opening of his murder trial. Public defender Margaret Good, left, listens intently. Bundy, arguing his own defense some of the time, complained that he couldn't work on his own defense in his 9x7 foot "punishment" cell. (AP Photo)

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Argentina soccer team players celebrate after winning the World Cup in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on June 25, 1978. Argentina defeated The Netherlands 3-1 after extra time in the World Cup Final to win the World Cup. (AP Photo/Carlo Fumagalli)

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Jazz trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie performs at the Newport Jazz Festival in New York, June 25, 1978. (AP Photo/Ron Frehm)

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is on the phone in St. Augustine, Fla., to Washington, after a riot on the streets of St. Augustine, June 25, 1964, when civil rights demonstrators were attacked by white segregationists during a nighttime march. King was requesting help from U.S. Marshals (AP Photo)

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Jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald performs at the Newport Jazz Festival at a concert held at the home of baseball player Jackie Robinson in Stamford, Conn., June 25, 1978. (AP Photo)

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FILE - In this April 4, 1977 file photo, actress Farrah Fawcett and comedian Bill Cosby are shown at the Challenge of the Sexes tournament in Mission Viejo, Calif. Fawcett died, Thursday, June 25, 2009, at a hospital in Los Angeles. She was 62. (AP Photo/Jeff Robbins, file)

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George Armstrong Custer and his wife Elizabeth Clift Bacon at their quarters in Fort Lincudy, Dakota Territory, June 25 1876. (AP Photo)

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San Jose Stars' Bruce Jenner, the world decathlon champion, soars for a leap of 23 feet 6 ¼ inches in U.S. Olympic decathlon long jump competition in Eugene, Oregon on June 25, 1976. Jenner is favored to win the two-day event. (AP Photo)

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Gov. Ronald Reagan and wife Nancy wait in a hallway to enter the speakers platform at the Minnesota State Independent-Republican Convention, while Gerald Ford for President campaign workers gather a supply of balloons for the arrival of first lady Betty Ford, Friday, June 25, 1976 in St. Paul, Minn. (AP Photo/ Walt Zeboski)

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Mr. & Mrs. George Custer at their quarters in Ft. Lincoln, Dakota Territory, June 25, 1876.(AP Photo)

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Democratic front runner Jimmy Carter, second from right, gets some advice from his niece Jana Carter, right, as the Carter family and neighbors drained a pond and caught fish with nets for a town fish fry, Friday, June 25, 1976, Plains, Ga. Brother Billy Carter is at left. (AP Photo/Mark Foley)

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Former White House aide John Dean III, pauses while reading a long prepared statement before the Senate Watergate Committee Monday, June 25, 1973. (AP Photo)

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Police investigate the wreckage of an Eastern Airlines Boeing 727 jet at Rockaway Boulevard in Queens, New York City, on June 25, 1975. The aircraft crashed June 24 while approaching John F. Kennedy International Airport after encountering wind shear, claiming the lives of six of the eight crew members and 107 of the 116 passengers. (AP Photo)

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, with her husband Prince Philip, left, arrive at an 'Old Canada' exhibition, in High Park, Toronto, on June 25, 1973. (AP Photo)

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Demonstrators voice differing opinions on the abortion issue outside the Americana Hotel in New York where the American Medical Association held its convention on June 25, 1973. The 25th anniversary of the Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion in the United States, a decision that has deeply divided Americans, will be marked Jan. 22, 1998. (AP Photo/File)

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A crew uses heavy equipment during clean-up efforts to restore earth that eroded from beneath railroad tracks during flooding caused by tropical storm Agnes in Mill Hall town, central Pennyslvania, on June 25, 1972. Mill Hall is a short distance from Lock Haven, which had been two-thirds covered by floodwater. (AP Photo)

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Richard Petty of Randleman, N.C., gets some final instructions from a member of his pit crew as he prepares to re-enter the track June 25, 1972. Petty, who was last year's Lone Star 500 winner at College Station, Tx., was leading the pack at this point of the race. (AP Photo)

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Women's clothing designer Halston during an interview at his showroom in New York City which he showed some of his creations, June 25, 1975. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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Hijinks in front of film and TV cameras is not enough for Dean Martin, left, and Jerry Lewis, right, as they clown with orchestra leader Dick Stabile on a Hollywood movie lot, June 25, 1952. (AP Photo/Gerald K. Smith)

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Henry L. Diamond, left, is sworn in as commissioner of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation by Edward L. Warren, deputy secretary of state, during ceremony at a New York City hotel, June 25, 1970. Looking on are, from left, Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller and Lt. Gov. Malcolm Wilson. During the ceremony, Diamond said the new department will be a vital force in the cities of New York. "We will focus the excellent state anti-pollution programs on urban problems while maintaining our dedication to traditional conservation," he said. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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This is a general view of Shea Stadium as more than 25,000 people attend the opening night service of Billy Graham's New York Crusade in Flushing Queens, New York, June 25, 1970. (AP Photo)

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Many people walk along Kings Road, Chelsea, London on June 25, 1968. (AP Photo)

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Men of the U.S. 199th Infantry Brigade, rest before leaving fire-base Myron in Cambodia for the hike back to a base in South Vietnam, June 25, 1970. White smoke in background is from equipment the GI's destroyed. (AP Photo/Hugh Van Es)

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Members of Delta company, 5th Battalion, 12th Infantry of the 199th Light Infantry Brigade, are shown during the first troop withdrawals from fire support base "Myron," 100 miles north-northeast of Saigon and 6 miles inside Cambodia, June 25, 1970. Soldiers board a Chinook helicopter bound for Vietnam. (AP Photo/Van Es)

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People walk along beside two wagons of the mule train of the Poor People’s Campaign as it makes its way down First St. N/W., past the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington June 25, 1968. The mule train came into Washington on June 25 earlier in the day from its camp on the Virginia side of the Potomac River. (AP Photo)

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Resurrection City, the campsite of the Poor People's Campaign, is being rapidly dismantled on June 25, 1968 and removed from public land it occupies in Washington, D.C. This is a view of the scene from the top of the Washington Monument, June 25, 1968. Only the floors of its many plywood shanties and some personal belongings of its former occupants remain. (AP Photo/Bob Daughtery

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A small crowd gathers around Beatle John Lennon’s Rolls Royce, decorated in gypsy style, as it stands on show to the public in Battersea Park, London on June 25, 1967. The car with other from Russian, Japan, Sweden, Germany and Britain were part of the Concour D’Elegance Rally organized by the Oxford Committee for Famine Relief. (AP Photo/Peter Kemp)

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An amphibious vehicle carries a load of marines into Operation Arizona in South Vietnam?s Quang Nam province about 25 miles southwest of Da Nang on June 25, 1967. Marines find it safer to ride atop the tractor than inside as an enemy mine explosion would throw them off the vehicle and not trap them inside. (AP Photo/Kam Ki Sam)

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French President Charles de Gaulle and Alexei Kosygin, Chairman of the Council of Ministers wave to crowds lining the route in Leningrad when President de Gaulle visited the city on June 25, 1966. De Gaulle is on a State Visit to Russia. (AP Photo)

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Seen here are teenagers dancing as they display the new clothing fashion, on the lawn of the ancient Roman Forum, with the ruins of the Coliseum in background in Rome, Italy, June 25, 1966. (AP Photo)

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A.J. Foyt pulls on his helmet while waiting for his chief mechanic, Johnny Poulson, right, to make a final adjustment before the Houston, Tex. driver took his racer for a practice run around the Atlanta International Raceway on June 25, 1966 in Hampton. Foyt, who was burned June 4 in a wreck while practicing in Milwaukee, is hoping to have his car in shape to qualify for Sunday?s Championship 300 for Indianapolis-type cars. (AP Photo)

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The New York World's Fair sprawls out below the Goodyear blimp from which this photo was taken, June 25, 1965. In foreground, center, is the Ford Pavilion. To the right of it is the U.S. Space Park and above this the Transportation and Travel exhibits. The big building at the left is the U.S. Pavilion. In the center of the photo is the Unisphere. (AP Photo/Jack Kanthal)

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This is a view of New York's Park Avenue looking north from 73rd Street on June 25, 1965. (AP Photo)

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Standing on a platform overlooking the wall dividing East and West Berlin, President John F. Kennedy, fourth from right, looks toward the Brandenburg Gate that an officer next to him is pointing out in Berlin, June 26, 1963. The visit to The Wall Sector on June 26 was the President’s first look at the Cold War dividing line. The gate, barely inside East Berlin, was draped on June 25 with red flags to prevent the President from getting a good look at the Communist sector of the city. (AP Photo)

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A state police officer with club in hand overtakes a white segregationist, as African Americans attempted to swim and were attacked by a large group of whites, June 25, 1964, St. Augustine Beach, Fla. The state police arrested a number of whites and African Americans. The people in this photo are unidentified. (AP Photo)

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Thousands jam the square in front of the Frankfurt, Germany, and City Hall on June 25, 1963 to welcome President John F. Kennedy. More than 2,500 police were on duty to control the crowd which at one time surged forward and threatened to crush children who had been released from school to attend the ceremony. The president stands on the platform at lower left. (AP Photo)

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A road sign demands the impeachment of U.S. Chief Justice Earl Warren, who supported racial desegregation in public schools, in Decautur, Ill., June 25, 1963. The sign, "Save our Republic! Impeach Earl Warren," is erected on property leased by a local farmer, Robert Rowe, who represents a group called the Freedom Forum. (AP Photo)

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Actor Cliff Robertson looks over a scale model of PT Boat 109 in Hollywood on June 25, 1962. He'll be skipper of a full-sized version in the film “PT 109,” in which he has the role of Lt. (now President) John F. Kennedy. Robertson, who's been doing fine in TV but not so well in movies, knows that if this part comes off he has it made on the screen. (AP Photo/Don Brinn)

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The intricate iron work balconies of New Orleans' French Quarter are seen, June 25, 1962. (AP Photo/Jim Bourdier)

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Swedish screen star Anita Ekberg and escort, Italian actor Franco Silva, on arrival at Rome restaurant on Monday, June 25, 1959 to attend an awards ceremony for Italian film personalities. Anita divorced British actor Anthony Steel last month. (AP Photo)

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Rev. Mary Jean Malott, 36, of nearby Delavan, Ill, is practicing up for her entrance in the log-rolling contest in Rockford, Illinois on Tuesday, June 25, 1956. Rev. Malott at the age of 18 won the world championship and held it for 11 years until forfeited. Rev. Malott is pastor of the Church of God in Delavan. (AP Photo)

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Crown Prince Badouin of Belgium, better known as the Duke of Brabant, seated on horse, is on holiday at Noordwijk, in Holland, on June 25, 1936, enjoying himseld with friends on the beach. (AP Photo)

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Lebanese government troops advance past a barricade in Beirut, Lebanon, June 25, 1958, after fighting had broken out. Troops exchanged fire with rebels in the Basta region of Beirut. (AP Photo/Jim Pringle)

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Writer, artist, Jean Cocteau, and stage manager Jean Serge, right, in the Louvre Square yard, Paris where Cocteau's tragedy "Cromwell" will be performed on June 25, 1956. in the background is a piece of fabric with an inscription saying “word before Cromwell, Jean Cocteau”. (AP Photo/Piere Godot)

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Billy Graham, 35, the American evangelist, rests in bed at Duesseldorf, Germany, June 25, 1954 after being stricken by a sudden kidney ailment. He was able to travel on to Berlin on June 26 and is due to address some 140,000 West Berliners there on June 27. He arrived in Germany on June 23. (AP Photo)

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British Prime Minister Winston Churchill responds with the "V" for victory sign he made a trademark during World War II as spectators cheer his arrival at National Airport in Washington, June 25, 1954. The 79-year-old veteran of several wars and many historic diplomatic conference appeared in good spirits and health despite the two strokes he has suffered in recent years. He's here for a weekend of talks with President Eisenhower. (AP Photo)

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A fire tug fights flames on the Cuyahoga River near downtown Cleveland, Ohio, where oil and other industrial wastes caught fire June 25, 1952. When Canada and the United States approved the first version of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement in 1972, the running joke in Cleveland was that anyone unlucky enough to fall into the Cuyahoga River would decay rather than drown. The Cuyahoga, which meanders through the city before reaching Lake Erie, helped inspire the cleanup initiative by literally catching fire three years earlier. (AP Photo)

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Part of audience at hour-long inaugural color television program by CBS watches proceedings in New York, June 25, 1951. The color pictures were seen in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., via network relay. (AP Photo/Harry Harris)

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A camera trains on television host Arthur Godfrey as he tells of the merits of a sponsor's product, a "pitch", during an hour long inaugural color television program in New York, June 25, 1951 by the Columbia Broadcasting System. The color pictures were seen in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. via the CBS network relay. Actress Faye Emerson, left, watches Godfrey in action as she waits to appear on the show. (AP Photo)

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Approximately 4,841 American war dead disembarked from Naples in first repatriation shipment from Italy. The trucks carrying coffins are swung into position beside the U.S. Army mortuary ship Carroll Victory on June 25, 1948. (AP Photo/J. Walter Green)

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President Harry Truman is serious faced as he stands on the ramp at Municipal airport in Kansas City, Mo., June 25, 1950 to talk with newsmen about the Korean situation. The chief executive told reporters of the communist North Korean invasion of South Korea: “it could be a dangerous situation but I hope it isn’t.” The President cut short a weekend visit in Missouri to hurry back to Washington for conferences with the Secretaries of defense and State. (AP Photo/Bill Chaplis)

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An American twin-engined C-82, nicknamed "The Flying Boxcar" flew into Berlin's Tempelhof airdrome, June 25, 1949, and made history. It landed five tons of steel wool and textiles in the concrete airstrip at exactly 12 o?clock ending one year of the allied airlift. German airlift workers wave in salute after they the unload the birthday plane. (AP Photo)

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West Berlin children perched on the fence of Tempelhof airport watch the fleets of U.S. airplanes bringing in supplies in 1948 to circumvent the Russian blockade of land and waterways. The airlift began June 25, 1948 and continued for 11 months. (AP Photo)

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In three U.S. penitentiaries men who have been imprisoned as enemies of society are now helping science fight another enemy of society. There are some 800 convicts who have volunteered to be infected with Malaria so that medical men can study the disease. They have found that the prison is the ideal place for controlled laboratory work with humans. The prisoners are not pardoned or paroled for submitting to infection. Prison malaria experiments underline the fact that malaria is still a very serious medical problem. The existing drugs mainly quinines and atebrin control malaria, but the goal of malaria research is to find a new drug which will cure the disease permanently. Army doctor watches malaria-carrying mosquito’s bite stomach or Richard Knickerbockers, serving 10 to 14 years, at Illinois state prison, on June 25, 1945. (AP Photo)

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Residents of Tel Aviv, Palestine's all-Jewish city, swarm around automobiles of members of the United Nations Special Commission on Palestine in front of the city's town hall, June 25, 1947, as the commission arrives for a tour of inspection. (AP Photo/Jim Pringle)

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Clocks are being readied for export to the Allied countries, shown June 25, 1946, as collateral for imported goods needed by Japan. Thirty-four Japanese factories produced 123,000 clocks during April. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

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A V-bomb hit the Wilton Street side of Victoria station, demolishing the royal waiting room and causing damage to the roof of the station and buildings alongside platform No. 1. No. 1 platform after the incident, showing damage to the roof in London, June 25, 1944. (AP Photo)

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German guns and other vehicles which formed part of the German 77th Division are strewn along the side of a road in the Normandy area of France on June 25, 1944. They were knocked out by American artillery when trying to escape across the Cherbourg peninsula. Horses which had drawn the German equipment and perished are in the background. (AP Photo/Pool/Peter J. Carroll)

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Britain's Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative party Winston Churchill stands in his car and waves to the crowd in Coventry, June 25, 1945, on the first day of his General Election campaign tour. (AP Photo/Leslie Priest)

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Golfer Henry Picard is shown during the qualifying test for the British Open Gold Championship at Muirfield, Scotland, June 25, 1935, in a thick fog. (AP Photo)

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Using tracer bullets, a P-38 fighter plane at Lockheed Aircraft Corporation in Burbank, California on June 25, 1943, tests its four .50 caliber machine guns and 20mm. cannon. The perspective makes it appear the fire from the five guns converges, but actually the bullets maintain parallel courses. (AP Photo/Dick Strobel)

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Major-General Dwight D. Eisenhower, until recently Assistant Chief of Staff Operations Division of the U.S. War Department general staff, has arrived in London to command the European theatre for the U.S. Major-General Dwight D. Eisenhower, left, photographed as he talked to members of the Associated Press London Bureau staff in London on June 25, 1942.

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The American soldiers in this photo are real enough but the typical French cafe, they are visiting, is just a motion picture set at the Denham Film Studios in England, June 25, 1942, where a movie about the war is in production. Joyce Howard, nearer the camera, and Carla Lehmann, both film actresses, are helping to make their American visitors welcome at the Café Du Nord. (AP Photo)

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Lieut. W. S. Hsu in an Army training ship gets instructions from Lieut. Robert M. Nichols, U.S.A June 25, 1942. (AP Photo)

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A Tomahawk fighter plane, one of the newest types of American-made planes to join the Royal Air Force in the Middle East, serves as a background for a local man atop a camel, June 25, 1941. (AP Photo)

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General Douglas MacArthur, hero of Bataan and now the Supreme Commander of the United Nations in the Southwest Pacific on June 25, 1942. At 62 years of age, MacArthur, a story book soldier, lacks but two years of the Army’s normal mandatory age but has probably never been referred to as an officer or charged with lacking vigor. At 50, he was the youngest chief of staff in the Army’s history and retains his reputation for youthful energy and initiative as well as for brilliance as a field commander. Location unknown. (AP Photo)

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American President Franklin D. Roosevelt, seated right, with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, chats seriously with Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King, standing centre. during the War Conference of members of the United Nations’ Pacific war Council, in Washington on June 25 1942. Standing at left is Leighton McCarthy, Canadian Minister and, at right, T.V. Soong, Chinese Foreign Minister. (AP Photo)

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A German soldiers stands guard at his machine gun in a dugout at an unknown location along the English Channel coastline, in Nazi-occupied France, on June 25, 1942. (AP Photo)

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Australian infantrymen, members of the recent big contingent to arrive in this country, on the march near their headquarters somewhere in England, on June 25, 1940. This particular battalion of men hails principally from Queensland. (AP Photo)

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Petrol restrictions have reduced the number of automobiles to an absolute minimum and the horse carriage is experiencing a renaissance. A family excursion, style summer 1940, Denmark. The old 1918 model car has come to life again with a lone HP in Denmark June 25, 1940. (AP Photo)

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Li Po Sui of China, has to travel with his face covered so as not to frighten little children, shown June 25, 1939. Li has hair growing all over his face, he says, and he hates windy days. (AP Photo)

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Don Gutteridge, Cardinals shortstop, tried to steal in the eighth inning of the St. Louis-Dodgers at Brooklyn but he didn?t get by catcher Shea, June 25, 1938. But the Cardinals won 3-1. (AP Photo)

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Li Po Sui, 34, Chinese hairy man who landed in San Francisco on his way to the New York World’s Fair, where he will show himself, June 25, 1939. Li is like that all over, he says, and he hates windy days. (AP Photo)

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The East Side Express Highway in New York's Lower East Side is seen, June 25, 1937. (AP Photo)

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These “Al Smith” signs, displayed by spectators in the balcony of the Democratic National Convention hall, June 25, 1936 in Philadelphia, started a disturbance in which fists flew and one man was so seriously injured he had to be removed from the auditorium. (AP Photo)

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Captain Bob Bartlett in City Island, New York June 25, 1935 as he examined a new sail on the good ship Effie M. Morrisey, as he prepared to start her on the first leg of her Explorer who accompanied commander Peary to the North Pole, will make his first stop at Newfoundland, where he will visit his mother at Brigus. (AP Photo/Bovna)

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Back home from their matrimonial flight to Yuma, Ariz., Lili Damita, French film actress and Errol Flynn, actor and former member of the Irish Olympic team, are the perfect picture of domestic bliss in their Hollywood home, Los Angeles, United States on June 25, 1935, as they enjoy the same book together. (AP Photo)

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Primo Carnera, left, gasps as Joe Louis reaches his stomach with a stiff left during an exchange near the ropes in the third round of their fight at Yankee Stadium, New York, June 25, 1935. The end for Carnera came in the sixth round when referee Arthur Donovan stopped the struggle after the former heavyweight champion had been floored three times. Louis took the win with referee's decision of KO in the sixth round. (AP Photo)

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The Spirit of St. Louis is on display at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C., on June 25, 1935. The monoplane was flown by Charles A. Lindbergh in the first nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean from New York to Paris in May 1927. (AP Photo)

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Australian tennis player Vivian Erzerum Bede McGrath, known as Viv McGraph, making one of his famous two handed backhand drives during his match with Sidney Wood, unseen, in the first round of the Men?s Singles of the Wimbledon Championships, which commenced on June 25, 1934, in London. (AP Photo/Staff/Putnam)

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The liner “Bremen” leaving Bremerhaven for Bremen, Germany on June 25, 1929. (AP Photo)

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This photograph, looking north from the lighthouse on the west wall, shows the Gatun middle locks of the Panama Canal in the final stages of construction on June 25, 1913. Built by France and the United States, the canal links the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans for commercial transportation in 1913. The lower locks and the Atlantic Ocean entrance can be seen in the distance. (AP Photo)

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New York Yankees' Babe Ruth is safe at home in a game against the Washington Senators in Washington, June 25, 1925. (AP Photo)

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** FILE ** Tehran Mayor Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks during an election campaign in Tehran, Iran, in this June, 12, 2005 file photo. Hard-liner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad steamrolled over one of Iran's best known statesman to win the presidency Saturday in a landslide election victory that cements conservative control over the nation's leadership. (AP Photo/Hasan Sarbakhshian, File)

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