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This date in history 5-27-2021

This date in history for May 27.

1831: Comanche kill mountain man Jedediah Smith.

1887: Chinese gold miners slaughtered in Hells Canyon Massacre.

1905: Battle of Tshushima Strait.

1937: Golden Gate Bridge opens.

1939: Ship carrying Jews turned away in Cuba.

1940: British evacuation at Dunkirk turns save as Germans commit atrocity.

1941: FDR announces unlimited national emergency in response to Nazi Germany’s threats.

1941: British navy sinks German battleship Bismarck.

1943: U.S. Olympian Louis Zamperini’s plane crashes into the Pacific Ocean.

1963: Bob Dylan’s breakthrough album released.


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