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JesusIn 1843, Ebeneezer Scrooge proves to be better than his word and gains a fine reputation as a kind and generous man who embodies the spirit of Christmas in his life. In addition, Tiny Tim, who lives thanks to Scrooge’s assistance, becomes very close to the old man.
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© Charles Dickens, “A Christmas Carol”, 1843.

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Sam and DaveIn 2005, Samuel David Moore finally spoke about his relationship with David Prater. Both American Soul and Rhythm & Blues (R&B) singers were members of the soul vocal duo Sam & Dave. They recorded and performed together from 1961 through 1981; Sam Moore was the tenor (higher) vocalist and Dave Prater was the baritone/tenor (lower) vocalist. Along with “Wicked” Wilson Pickett the leaders of the second tier of Atlantic/Stax’s mighty ‘60s soul roster (first division: Aretha Franklin and Otis Redding), the team of Sam Moore and Dave Prater produced some of the sweatiest, grittiest soul music ever waxed. Both were also serious drug addicts
An increasingly volatile personal relationship between the two performers, Sam reached a breaking point in their personal relationship in 1968. After Dave shot his soon-to-be second wife in 1970, Sam told Dave „I’ll sing with you, but I shall never speak to you again.” Dave was killed in a freak car accident in 1988, in which his body shot into a tree, severing his head from his torso. Later, Sam stated that „He didn’t think of Dave, didn’t think of him at all”.In his Christmas broadcast, he admitted this was a mistake. Their sweatiest, grittiest soul music was the result of their harsh life experiences, and now, as an old man, he could find it in his heart to forgive him.
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In 2015, the Department for Children, Families and Virtual Learning issued its annual report. Behavioural problems still continued to trouble the classroom, years after the last human teacher had been removed from the learning environment.
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Hirohito HirohitoIn 1923, Namba Daisuke assassinated Prince Regent Hirohito of Japan. His father, a Member of the Imperial Diet until the act of his son forced him to resign, and his married sister exiled themselves to Java in order to escape the disgrace which Namba, by his act, had brought upon the family. In November 1924, Daisuke was found guilty at an extraordinary session of the Supreme Court. When Chief Justice Yokota of the Supreme Court condemned Namba to be hanged, Namba defiantly yelled back: „Long live the Communist Party of Japan!” He was executed on the gallows only days later. The family reportedly changed its name to „Kurokawa”.
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In 1968, – Apollo Program: Apollo 8 splashes down in the Pacific Ocean, ending humanity’s first manned mission to the Moon. After launching on December 21, 1968, the crew took three days to travel to the Moon, which they orbited for 20 hours. While in lunar orbit the crew made a Christmas Eve television broadcast in which they read from the book of Genesis. It was the most watched broadcast to date; not one of the viewers had a clue what the book of Genesis was.Apollo 8 Apollo 8
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Lenin LeninIn 1929, Leon Trotsky was deported from the Soviet Union. His first station in exile was at Büyükada off the coast of Istanbul, travelling across Europe eventually to Mexico City. Frustratingly, he was unable to find the vampire hunters he required to return and end the misrule of Lenin. Following a series of strokes in the early 1920s, Lenin’s body had become unserviceable and he now possessed the body of the rude Georgian, Comrade Stalin.
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In 1972, on this day the fourteenth Prime Minister of Canada Lester B. Pearson died. He had led the nation of Canada from April 22, 1963, to April 20, 1968, as the head of two back-to-back minority governments following elections in 1963 and 1965. An outspoken critic of Apartheid, Pearson, along with the leader of the British Liberal Party Jeremy Thorpe, was targeted by South African agents who quietly assassinated both men in the early 1970s.Lester B Pearson Lester B Pearson
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In 1846, the war with Mexico takes a bad turn for the United States when the inexperienced volunteers under the command of Colonel Alexander Doniphan are routed outside the Mexican city of El Paso. Doniphan had barely escaped defeat two days before against a more numerous Mexican force, and his resources were too depleted by that battle to give him what he needed to take El Paso.
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In 1988, the head of the Lockerbie air disaster investigation, Michael Charles denied that a twonky had been found amongst the uncovered wreckage from Pan Am flight 103. In a news conference just twenty-four hours before, Charles had intimated that an item found amongst the wreckage may hold the key to the Charles added that a suitcase discovered in the wreckage of the Boeing 747 had been sent for testing at a government research centre amid speculation it may contain evidence the crash was caused by sabotage.
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© John Varley, “Millennium”.

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In 2625 AUC, the great Spanish writer Pius Barojus Nessius is born near Terraco, Spain. He came of age during the great Roman struggles of the mid-27th century, and his writing often reflected a lost quality, the melting of one generation into the next, with the permanent loss that entails.
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In 1978, the Communist Party of the People’s Republic of Venezuela ratified a new constitution allowing the existence of non-socialist parties in the country for the first time since the American-assisted revolution of 1908. Comrade President John Anderson of the Soviet States of America declares that, although he regrets the movement away from the brotherhood of socialism by the people of Venezeula, the opening of democracy is nonetheless good.
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