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Day 113 May 12, 2011 - History

Day 113 May 12, 2011 - History

9:30AM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks at the National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast Mellon Auditorium11:00AM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT meet with the Senate Republican Caucus Eisenhower Executive Office Building12:30PM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT meet for lunch Private Dining Room  1:50PM THE PRESIDENT and VICE PRESIDENT honor the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) TOP COPS Rose Garden2:30PM THE PRESIDENT meets with the Congressional Black Caucus State Dining Room4:00PM THE PRESIDENT is interviewed by Telemundo Diplomatic Room4:25PM THE PRESIDENT is interviewed by KINC Univision/Entravision Las Vegas, WLTV Univision 23 Miami and Telemundo Dallas Library Room

8 Facts About King George IV’s Life and Reign

8 Facts About King George IV’s Life and Reign

King George IV, who reigned between 1820–30 and served as prince regent between 1811–20, is widely regarded to have been one of the worst rulers in British history.An arrogant and drunken womaniser, whose gluttony led him to be known as the ‘Prince of Whales’, his absurd spending habits and flagrant disregard for his royal duties were condemned by Parliament, the public and his own family alike.

The Automat: Birth of a Fast Food Nation

The Automat: Birth of a Fast Food Nation

“New Method of Lunching,” cried out the advertisement to readers of the July 2, 1912, edition of The New York Times. “Try It! You’ll Like It!!” the ad promised.Curious—and hungry—readers who followed the culinary entreaties and stepped inside the Horn & Hardart Company’s “Automat Lunch Room” in Times Square for its grand opening a century ago found a high-tech, self-service wonder.

Christmas Story: Summary of Dickens's Christmas Song

Christmas Story: Summary of Dickens's Christmas Song

A Christmas Carol or Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens is one of the author's most famous works, which was first published in London in 1843 by Chapman & Hall, being illustrated by John Leech. A Christmas Carol tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge , an old miser who is visited by the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Markey and the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future.

Greek mythology: biography of Prometheus

Greek mythology: biography of Prometheus

Prometheus was the son of the Titan Iapetus and Climene, brother of Atlantean, Menecius and Epimetheus. All of them were condemned for a sin of pride (Hibris punished), Atlante condemned to support with his head and arms the Sky (or the column that supports and separates Heaven from Earth) Menecius was sent by Zeus to Erebus, Epimetheus transformed into a calamity for mankind by having accepted Pandora and, Prometheus, chained and with an eagle eating the liver that grew again.

Japanese Prisoners taken by the Australians, New Guinea

Japanese Prisoners taken by the Australians, New Guinea

Japanese Prisoners taken by the Australians, New GuineaJapanese prisoners taken by the Australians during the fighting on New Guinea.Picture taken by Geoffrey Cole and provided by his son Phillip 14th Platoon, C Company, 2/7th Battalion, 17th Brigade (Australian) Surrender of Lieutenant General Hatazo Adachi Back of picture of surrender of Adachi Japanese Prisoners taken by the Australians, New Guinea How to cite this article:Rickard, J (7 June 2009), Japanese Prisoners taken by the Australians, New Guinea, http://www.