PAST WORLD NEWS HEADLINES

todayinhistory

Ross-ap-3
ROSS SIMPSON

Related image
Samuel F.B. Morse formally opened America’s first telegraph line on
this day in 1844. The first message was sent from Washington,
DC,
to Baltimore, MD. The message was "What hath God wrought?"

Image result for samuel morse opened the first telegraph line

Related image
Samuel Finley Breese Morse (April 27, 1791 – April 2, 1872)

AssociatedPressLogo-main

Related image

On this day in 1994, the four men convicted of bombing the New
York’s World Trade Center were each sentenced to 240 years in
prison.

Image result for four men sentenced for the 1993 bombing of the world trade center

Image result for four men sentenced for the 1993 bombing of the world trade center

AssociatedPressLogo-main

Image result for britain queen victoria is born
Queen Victoria of England was born in London on
this day in 1819.
 

Image result for britain queen victoria is born
This painting by Frederick Winterhalter shows Queen Victoria and
Prince Albert with 5 of their children.

AssociatedPressLogo-main

BrooklynBridge-OpeningWalkway-NewYork-Untapped-Cities-AlexWallach
After 14 years of construction the Brooklyn Bridge was opened to
traffic on this day in 1883.

Image result for the brooklyn bridge in 1883

Image result for the brooklyn bridge in 2018

AssociatedPressLogo-main

Related image

Image result for singer bob dylan 2018
Bob Dylan (Robert Allen Zimmerman)

Legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan revolutionized folk music in the
1960’s with albums such as The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan, Highway 61
Revisited, and Blonde on Blonde and songs such as "The Times They
Are a-Changin’," "Like a Rolling Stone," and "Positively 4th Street."

Related image
On October 13, 2016 the Nobel Prize committee announced it had awarded Bob Dylan the Nobel Prize in Literature "for having created
new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition".

posted by Bob Karm in Album,ANNIVERSARY,BIRTHDAY,Bombing,Bridge,CURRENT EVENTS,HISTORY,MUSIC,Nobel prize,Queen,Royalty,Telegraph,THEN AND NOW and have No Comments

Place your comment

Please fill your data and comment below.
Name
Email
Website
Your comment

*