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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by downsouth, Feb 20, 2012.
Anybody know what today is the anniversary of?
John Glenns trip?
1792-The Postal Service Act regulates US post office department
1864-Confederacy defeats the Union at the Battle of Olustee
1919-Amir of Afghanistan is assasinated
1942-Pilot O'Hare becomes first American WWII flying ace
1962-an American orbits the Earth
Oh, and it's Presidents Day.
70 years ago today, japanese, italian, and german americans were rounded up and interned into camps. Before we say it could never happen here, remember that it already has.
Very few, if any, German-Americans and Italian-Americans were "rounded up and interned into camps".
And we were perhaps a stronger and more unified nation then! I wonder what our chances of preventing would be today!
Google FTW =)