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Today in History for April 21st

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Highlights of this day in history: Writer Mark Twain dies; Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II born; German flying ace Manfred ‘The Red Baron’ Rictoften killed in action during World War I; The musical ‘Annie’ opens on Broadway. (April 21)

Highlights of the day in history – a retrospective view on political events, historic battles, and life changing decisions. More:

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  1. The Queen hatched from reptillian egg on this day … as is tradition … father ate the first egg and mother the second egg and so Elizabeth was the lucky third egg. Reptile Empire has been in force for many centuries – wow this old turtle has been going for 91 years gosh … lets see if she breaks her mothers record of 101 years like all good lizards.

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