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严峻历史事件概述 第50期:美国核反应堆发作部分熔化 形成严峻的核走漏事端2016-01-16
Nuclear Reactor Melts Down In The USADeadly radiation escapes from a US nuclear power plant, endangering nearly 2,000,000 people.In 1979, a reactor at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in Pennsylvania, USA, suffered a partial meltdown.
严峻历史事件概述 第49期:列宁领导的共产主义者推翻俄罗斯控制2016-01-16
Communists Depose Russian RulersCommunists led by Vladimir Lenin bring down the Russian government.In 1917, Bolshevik communists led by Vladimir Ilyich Lenin stormed the Winter Palace in St Petersburg and deposed the provisional Kerensky government.
严峻历史事件概述 第48期:美国戎行残杀150名印第安人2016-01-15
US Troops Kill 150 Native AmericansAt least 150 Native American men, women and children are shot dead at Wounded Knee Creek.In 1890, a US army commanding officer, Colonel James Forsyth, ordered his troops to shoot Native American men, women and children at Wounded Knee Creek in South Dakota.
严峻历史事件概述 第47期:美军武力推翻菲律宾 开端殖民控制2016-01-15
US Forces Occupy The PhilippinesThe USA claims the Philippines as a ceded territory and takes control using military force.In 1898, US President William McKinley claimed the Philippines as ceded to the USA, and ordered the US army to use force to take over the country.
严峻历史事件概述 第46期:美国总统推举从头计票遭回绝2016-01-14
Call For US Vote Recount Is RejectedGeorge W. Bush becomes US president after the Supreme Court rejects a call for a vote recount.In 2001, the Supreme Court of the United States rejected a call for a recount of crucial votes in the state of Florida which determined the result of the US presidential election.
严峻历史事件概述 第45期:印度发作气体走漏形成数千人逝世2016-01-14
Gas Leak Kills Thousands In IndiaA gas leak at a Union Carbide factory in Bhopal, India, causes thousands of deaths.In 1984, one of the most deadly industrial accidents in history occurred in Bhopal, India.A Union Carbide factory leaked a poisonous gas which killed at least 3,800 people living nearby and caused serious illness in thousands more.
严峻历史事件概述 第44期:图坦卡蒙之墓敞开2016-01-13
Tutankhamens Tomb Is OpenedThe tomb of the ancient Egyptian boy king is opened for the first time in over 3,000 years.In 1922, British archaeologist Howard Carter opened the tomb of the ancient Egyptian pharaoh or boy king Tutankhamen.
严峻历史事件概述 第43期:美国总统德克萨斯州遭枪击2016-01-13
US President Is Shot In TexasUS President John F. Kennedy is killed by an assassins bullets in Dallas, Texas.In 1963, John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the USA, was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, allegedly by Lee Harvey Oswald.Oswald was himself fatally shot soon after by Jack Ruby, a Dallas nightclub owner with ties to organized crime, before he could be charged or brought to trial.
严峻历史事件概述 第42期:法国工程师进行初次直升机飞翔2016-01-12
Frenchman Flies The First HelicopterFrench bicycle maker Paul Cornu flies his home-made helicopter for 20 seconds.In 1907, French engineer and bicycle maker Paul Cornu designed and built the first helicopter to successfully fly.Cornu himself piloted the first flight and ascended to an altitude of 1 foot.
严峻历史事件概述 第41期:柏林墙坍毁2016-01-12
The Berlin Wall FallsFor the first time since it was built in 1961, free movement is allowed through the Berlin Wall.In 1989, people were allowed to move freely through checkpoints in the Berlin Wall for the first time since it was built in 1961.
严峻历史事件概述 第40期:第一颗人造卫星进入太空2016-01-11
First Satellite Launched Into SpaceThe USSR launches Sputnik 1, the first artificial satellite to orbit the earth.In 1957, the world was surprised to see the Soviets launch the first satellite into orbit, with most expecting the USA to be the first to do so.The satellite, namedSputnik 1, transmitted a simple radio signal back to earth for 21 days and remained in orbit for a further 6 months.
严峻历史事件概述 第39期:阿尔及利亚公民在巴黎举行反对时遭枪击2016-01-11
Protesting Algerians Shot Dead In ParisFrench police kill up to 400 people marching in support of Algerias independence.In 1961, French police killed several hundred Algerians in the streets of Paris.The victims were marching in a peaceful demonstration against French colonial rule in their homeland.More than 10,000 others were arrested, some of whom died while being held in jail.
严峻历史事件概述 第38期:初次举世飞翔2016-01-10
The First Flight Around The World2 US planes, The Chicago and The New Orleans, complete the first flight around the world.In 1924, two planes completed the first flight around the world, covering 26,343 miles in 175 days.Four bi-planes left Seattle in the USA and flew north to Alaska, where one of them crashed.
严峻历史事件概述 第37期:巴勒斯坦难民在黎巴嫩遇害2016-01-10
Palestinian Refugees Killed In LebanonHundreds, possibly thousands, of Palestinian refugees are killed in refugee camps in Lebanon.In 1982, Palestinian refugees living in the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps in West Beirut, Lebanon, were attacked by members of a right-wing Lebanese militia.Estimates of the number of people killed, including men, women and children, range from 800 to 3,500.
严峻历史事件概述 第36期:哥伦布抵达"新世界"2016-01-09
Columbus Reaches The New WorldChristopher Columbus leads the first Europeans to sail across the Atlantic.In 1492, Christopher Columbus led 3 ships across the Atlantic in search of a short route to Asia.They first found land on an island in The Bahamas in Central America.
严峻历史事件概述 第35期:美国四架国内民航航班简直被一起绑架2016-01-09
USA Suffers 4 Simultaneous AttacksThe world watches in shock and awe as 4 commercial airliners wreak havoc in the USA.In 2001, the world watched its TV screens in disbelief as 4 commercial airliners were simultaneously hijacked in U.S. airspace and diverted.
严峻历史事件概述 第34期:盟军向纳粹德国宣战2016-01-08
Allies Declare War On Nazi GermanyGreat Britain, France, Australia and New Zealand declare war on Hitlers Nazi Germany.In 1939, the Allied Forces of Great Britain, France, Australia and New Zealand responded to Nazi Germanys invasion of Poland by declaring war.
严峻历史事件概述 第33期:戴安娜王妃遭受事故后离世2016-01-08
Princess Diana Dies After A Car CrashPrincess Diana dies shortly after a high-speed car accident in Paris, France.In 1997, Princess Diana, who was the former wife of British monarch Queen Elizabeth IIs eldest son Prince Charles, died as a result of serious injuries that she suffered during a car accident in Paris, France.
严峻历史事件概述 第32期:苏联对捷克斯洛伐克施行装备干与2016-01-07
Soviet-led Forces Invade CzechoslovakiaSoviet-led forces invade Czechoslovakia to halt pro-democracy reforms.In 1968, Soviet-led forces invaded Czechoslovakia after the countrys communist government, led by Prime Minister Alexander Dubcek, began a series of democratic reforms.Protests against the invasion followed, during which dozens of people were killed and hundreds more injured.
严峻历史事件概述 第31期:巴拿马运河注册2016-01-07
The Panama Canal Is OpenedThe Panama Canal is officially opened after 10 years of construction.In 1914, the Panama Canal was officially opened.The canal links the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, allowing ships to sail from one ocean to the other without having to go around South America.
严峻历史事件概述 第30期:美国向日本投下核弹2016-01-06
USA Drops Nuclear Bombs On JapanThe USA drops atomic bombs on two Japanese cities at the end of World War II.In 1945, the USA dropped two atomic bombs on Japan, one on the city of Hiroshima and another, three days later, on the city of Nagasaki.The bombs instantly killed at least 120,000 men, women and children and caused severe injuries in tens of thousands more.
严峻历史事件概述 第29期:第一次世界杯在乌拉圭举行2016-01-06
First FIFA World Cup Is Held In UruguayThe final match of the first FIFA World Cup Football Championship is held in Montevideo, UruguayIn 1930, the first FIFA World Cup Football (soccer) Championship was held in Uruguay,with the final match being played in the countrys capital, Montevideo, between the host nation Uruguay and their South American neighbours Argentina.
严峻历史事件概述 第28期:全世界首例试管婴儿诞生2016-01-05
Worlds First Test Tube-Baby Is BornLouise Brown, the worlds first test tube baby, is born in Manchester, England.In 1978, the worlds first test tube baby, Louise Brown, was born in Oldham and District General Hospital in Manchester, England.
严峻历史事件概述 第12期:美国领导的戎行侵略伊拉克2016-01-05
American-led Forces Invade IraqIraq is invaded in order to destroy weapons of mass destruction.No such weapons are found.In 2003, forces led by the USA invaded Iraq without the backing of the United Nations.The invasion was based on intelligence which supposedly indicated that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.
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