U.S.S. Nautilus. The first crossing of the geographic North Pole by a ship was accomplished by the USS Nautilus on August 3, 1958.
It Was The Center Of The Earth. Jerusalem is a holy city for the Christian religion, as well as for Jewish and Muslim peoples.
U.S. And France. On December 20, 1803 the Louisiana Purchase was finalized, with the a total price to the United States of 15 million dollars.
Aircraft Construction. In 1927, Boeing Air Transport created the first airplane made specifically for passenger service.
Martin Luther. Martin Luther lived from 1483-1546.
David. King David is credited with writing many of the Psalms.
Olof Palme. Christer Pettersson was convicted of the murder in 1988 but was later acquitted after an appeal.
Queen. Bloody Mary was actually a queen in England. She got her nickname because she enjoyed bathing in her victims blood.
1962. The United States Navy used powered lighter-than-air craft from June 1915 until August 1962.
Governor Ann Richards Of Texas. Ann Richards poked fun at Bush at the National Democratic Convention.
1958. Relating to a recording, "LP" stands for long playing.
43. At 43, Blair became the youngest British Prime Minister since Lord Liverpool in 1812.
Herbert Hoover. Herbert Hoover served as President from 1929 until 1933.
Moravia. Christingle celebrations, first introduced in 1968, raise money for needy children.
Vitus Bering. The Bering Strait between Alaska and Russia is named for Danish-born explorer Vitus Bering.
Alfred Jodl. Alfred Jodl signed the German WWII surrender on May 7, 1945.
Czar Nicholas II. The Bolshevik murder of Czar Nicholas II and his family signaled the end of the 300-year reign of the House of Romanov.
October 2005. Hillary Rodham Clinton was the first First Lady to be elected to the U.S. Senate and was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in October 2005.
Physics. Pierre and Marie Curie won the 1903 Nobel Prize in Physics for their work with radioactivity.
World War I. It occurred in 1914 with a lot of advancement in technology.