: December 7, 1941 – The Imperial Japanese Navy attacks the US Pacific Fleet @ Pearl Harbor, Hawaii pic.twitter.com/MViyGbj157
Winter Storm Continues Across Central U.S. bit.ly/1d5nkkM pic.twitter.com/CAnJfqnao7
December 6, 1917 – Finland declares independence from Russia.
Stephen Hawking enjoys zero gravity during a flight aboard a modified Boeing 727 pic.twitter.com/TdVG6eYZAB
'M51: The Whirlpool Galaxy in Dust and Stars' Image: goo.gl/RBPd0
via #NASA_App pic.twitter.com/hIG77asAzA
Filming Charlie Chaplin under the Eiffel tower pic.twitter.com/5SGYax5Loc
Nelson Mandela keeps his fists raised after he was sentenced to life imprisonment, c. June 1964 pic.twitter.com/gVUDZJ6WQj
: December 6, 1884 – The Washington Monument in Washington D.C. is completed. pic.twitter.com/nDgjmoDMNx
: brilliant star VFTS 682 in the Large Magellanic Cloud, our satellite #galaxy
via @ESO pic.twitter.com/mbPrqEaHXV
’s Van Allen belts thrust particles to near the speed of light. #CosmicHighway
! bit.ly/18q4Nwy pic.twitter.com/LcZxmKDdTK
: December 6, 1768 – The first edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica is published. pic.twitter.com/gaIKWJItdx
Traveling Folding Fork with Spoon
Bernardus H. Eerdmans (1756-1838) via mfordcreech.com #history
: The Eiffel Tower lit up in the colours of the South African flag. #RIPNelsonMandela
~ via @googleea
Spiked Dog Collar for Protection Against Attacks, late 18th cen.
via antiquepooch.com #pets #history
Winston Churchill in uniform at age 21. 1895. pic.twitter.com/L9ghUMZ9LW
December 6, 1790 – The U.S. Congress moves from New York City to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The Eiffel Tower lit up in the colours of the South African flag. #RIPNelsonMandela
~ via @GoogleEarthPics
December 6, 1877 – The first edition of the Washington Post is published.
December 6, 1865 – The Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution is ratified, banning slavery.
'31 Million Miles from Planet Earth' Image: goo.gl/J6WxE4
via #NASA_App pic.twitter.com/bgRbVTCi2h
Jesus and Mandela are hitting it off splendidly. I knew they would. They're both huge rugby fans.
: Ulithi (West Pacific) north anchorage, 1944▶the sea covered with ships…
| @Wikipedia pic.twitter.com/TIx8W5qnUB