TO­DAY IN HIS­TORY

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TO­DAY’S HIGH­LIGHT Nov. 10, 1775

The U.S. Marines were or­ga­nized un­der author­ity of the Con­ti­nen­tal Congress. ALSO ON THIS DATE

1871

Jour­nal­ist-ex­plorer Henry M. Stan­ley found Scot­tish mis­sion­ary David Liv­ing­stone, who had not been heard from for years, near Lake Tan­ganyika in cen­tral Africa.

1917

41 suf­frag­ists were ar­rested for pick­et­ing in front of the White House.

1928

Hiro­hito was en­throned as Em­peror of Ja­pan.

1938

Kate Smith first sang Irv­ing Ber­lin’s “God Bless Amer­ica” on her CBS ra­dio pro­gram. Turkish states­man Mustafa Ke­mal Ataturk died in Is­tan­bul at age 57.

1942

Win­ston Churchill de­liv­ered a speech in Lon­don in which he said, “I have not be­come the King’s First Min­is­ter to pre­side over the liq­ui­da­tion of the Bri­tish Empire.”

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