1939

19 Jun 19
Jellybeans in the City

Opened in 1939, the Asylum was a premier psychiatric medical institution for the criminally insane. The worst and most violent of psychiatric patients were brought here for treatment and seclusion. Dr. Vanicutt, a renowned psychiatrist from Pennysylvania, heads the asylum. When his wife died from a mysterious accident, the doctor sank into madness: tormenting and […]

19 Jun 19
allmusicnotescom

Happy birthday Keyboardist Larry Dunn (Earth, Wind & Fire) 66 Singer/songwriter Mark DeBarge (DeBarge) 60 Remembering singer Al Wilson (June 19, 1939-April 21, 2008)

19 Jun 19
Open Revolt!

By Alexander Dugin from New Dawn No. 43 (July-August 1997) Otto Rahn (1904-1938), described as a gifted young author and historian, was one of this century’s truly fascinating figures. Prior to his mysterious death, at age 35, he wrote two books about the Cathars of southern France: *Kreuzzug gegen den Gral* (“Crusade Against the Grail”) […]

19 Jun 19
El Independiente

(Por: Mauricio Escuela) Según los resultados de las elecciones al Parlamento Europeo, los dos partidos hegemónicos (democristianos y socialdemócratas) necesitarán de un pacto inédito a cuatro fuerzas con los liberales y los verdes, luego del ascenso de las corrientes antieuropeas en algunos de los principales países.

19 Jun 19
Weapons and Warfare

The SM.79 Sparviero (“Sparrow Hawk”) bombers were constructed of a welded tubular steel frame, covered with duralumin forward, duralumin and plywood over the top, and fabric elsewhere. The wings were made of wood. They first saw service with the Aviazione Legionaria units serving in the Spanish Civil War, where over 100 of these bombers assisted […]

19 Jun 19
GARAS

If you haven’t already seen it, there was a fab article on Gloucestershire Live’s website posted earlier this week- have a look here . (If you’re local, the print copy of The Citizen newspaper will come out tomorrow.) The Chief City Reporter met Michael Zorek, the New Yorker who’s made a trip to Gloucester this […]

19 Jun 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

Most people are shocked when they learn that the youngest female in recorded history to give birth was only five years old. They are sometimes even more shocked to learn that the youngest grandmother was only 17. But due to a medical condition known as “precocious puberty,” many females achieve sexual maturity at ages when […]

19 Jun 19
Eirball | Irish Basketball Archive

League Table     P W L PF PA Pts c – UCD Marian 23 18 5 1863 1646 54 x – Pyrobel Killester 23 17 6 1964 1692 51 y – Black Amber Templeogue 22 16 6 1939 1802 48 y – Garveys Tralee Warriors 22 16 6 1761 1621 48 y – Griffith […]

19 Jun 19
Whinings of an Old Guy Again

*Opening photo – Robin Hood & His Merry Men.  Straight, Not Gay, just merry. –50– DISCLAIMER NOTICE REGARDING IMAGES (Photographs, Maps, Diagrams, Artwork, etc.): Unless otherwise stated, ALL IMAGES are selected from Google Images.  The author of this blog does not own them.  All images are shown to further explain the content of this blog.  This […]

19 Jun 19
Making Histolines

Albert Einstein and David Rothman, Long Island (1939) [915×839] || via #HistoryPornhttps://i.redd.it/45kqv56kqa531.jpg

19 Jun 19
Thought Catalog

Here are seven amazing cases—all of them verified by medical science—of females who gave birth between ages five and eight.

19 Jun 19
US Coin News

Today’s Deal is on a 1939 Mercury Dime. It is being sold in choice uncirculated condition for $19.95 on Amazon. It is a great addition to any collection, be it for your Type Set or to help complete your Mercury Dime set. US Coin News is an affiliate partner with Amazon. This article contains links […]

19 Jun 19
Coffee And Ink

The Medallion by Cathy Gohlke Publication Date: June 4, 2019 Tyndale House Publishers Hardcover, Paperback, eBook; 432 Pages Genre: Historical Fiction/Romance/Christian     Read an Excerpt Download the Discussion Guide Download the Recipes for The Medallion For fans of bestselling World War II fiction like Sarah’s Key and The Nightingale comes an illuminating tale of […]

19 Jun 19
Yeshiva World News

HOLOCAUST DENIER? DUMB? IGNORANT? Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Compares U.S. Detention Centers To ‘Concentration Camps’ Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., compared U.S. detention centers on the southern border to Holocaust concentration camps this week, sparking outrage across the political spectrum. Ocasio-Cortez, speaking Monday on her Instagram video, did not mince words describing the border situation for immigrants […]

19 Jun 19
Dad Lover

Albert Einstein and David Rothman, Long Island (1939) [915×839]