Monday, 26 March 2012

On this day March 26th: Death of Beethoven.

On this day March 26th:
1484-William Caxton printed his translation of Aesop's Fables. As far as is known, Caxton was the first English person to work as a printer and the first to introduce a printing press into England. He was also the first English retailer of printed books.
1668-England took control of Bombay India.
1799-Napolean captured Jaffa Palestine.
1827-European Genius Ludwig van Beethoven, German composer died aged 56 in Vienna.
1902-The British imperialist Cecil John Rhodes died in Cape Town aged 48. Rhodes had greatly furthered the wealth and power of the international Jew during his career.
1910-US forbade immigration to criminals, anarchists, paupers and the sick.
1920-The British special constables known as the Black and Tans arrived in Ireland. Their nickname came from the colours of their uniform.
1945-The last Japanese defenders on Iwo Jima made a suicide attack and were wiped out. Only 200 of the original 22,000 Japanese defenders were captured alive. More than 6,000 Americans died taking Iwo Jima, and some 17,000 were wounded.
1979-Egypt betrayed the Arab world by signing a peace treaty with Israel at Camp David
2000-Whilst on a visit to Jerusalem, Israel, imbecilic Pope John Paul II, ignorant of historical fact, prayed for forgiveness for the sins of those involved in the Holocaust, a falsehood invented by the world’s oldest liars. The real holocaust, the Jewish Bolshevik murders of over 60 million White Russians, Germans, Poles, Ukranians, Lithuanians, Latvians, Estonians and Czechs went unmentioned.


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