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 Tehran frees US hostages Tehran frees US hostages by The Ovi Team
January 21st 1981; The 52 American hostages held at the US embassy in Tehran for more than 14 months arrived in West Germany on their way home to the United States. The former diplomats and embassy staff stepped from the plane onto the tarmac at Wiesbaden
 
 John F Kennedy sworn in as US presidentJohn F Kennedy sworn in as US president by The Ovi Team
January 20 1961; The Democrat John F Kennedy was sworn in as the youngest ever elected president of the United States. The 43-year-old Roman Catholic was inaugurated as the 35th president on a snow-covered Capitol Hill in Washington. He takes over from th
 
 Indira GandhiIndira Gandhi by The Ovi Team
January 19th 1966; Indira Gandhi, only daughter of India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru, became the country's next leader. She was chosen at the end of a bitter leadership battle with former finance minister Morarji Desai. Following her win, Mr
 
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 Cook discovers HawaiiCook discovers Hawaii by The Ovi Team
January 18th 1778. On January 18, 1778, the English explorer Captain James Cook becomes the first European to discover the Hawaiian Islands when he sails past the island of Oahu. Two days later, he landed at Waimea on the island of Kauai and named the isl
 
 Peace conference begins in ParisPeace conference begins in Paris by The Ovi Team
January 18th 1919 in Paris, France, some of the most powerful people in the world meet to begin the long, complicated negotiations that would officially mark the end of the First World War. Leaders of the victorious Allied powers--France, Great Britain, t
 
 Mother of all BattlesMother of all Battles by The Ovi Team
January 17 1991; The Gulf War Allies send hundreds of planes on bombing raids into Iraq, at the start of Operation Desert Storm. The American, British, French, Saudi and Kuwaiti aircraft took off at 2330 GMT. Their bombs were aimed at military and strateg
 
 Martin Luther King DayMartin Luther King Day by The Ovi Team
It took 15 years to create the federal Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday. Congressman John Conyers, Democrat from Michigan, first introduced legislation for a commemorative holiday four days after King was assassinated in 1968. After the bill became stalle
 
 Marilyn Monroe marries Joe DiMaggioMarilyn Monroe marries Joe DiMaggio by The Ovi Team
January 14th 1954. It was the ultimate All-American romance: the tall, handsome hero of the country's national pastime captures the heart of the beautiful, glamorous Hollywood star. But the brief, volatile marriage of Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio--the
 
 Wyatt EarpWyatt Earp by The Ovi Team
January 13th 1929. Nearly 50 years after the famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral, Wyatt Earp dies quietly in Los Angeles at the age of 80.
 
 Allies bomb IraqAllies bomb Iraq by The Ovi Team
January 13th 1993; American, British and French fighter jets carried out a series of bombing raids over southern Iraq. The Iraqis have repeatedly breached the "no-fly zone" set up after the Gulf War - which began almost two years ago - and made a number
 
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