TOP NEWS STORIES FOR 1934 Top news stories for 1934 include a gale that hits the Pacific Northwest especially damaging to the Seattle waterfront, demolition of Atlanta, Georgia slums begins and the President and First Lady help celebrate Armistice Day. Royalty also made the news along with the first all-female football team and new methods to foil bootleggers.
SAN SIMEON STATE PARK IN CALIFORNIA - 1960S San Simeon State Park in California is full of art and wonderful architecture such as the Hearst Castle bullt and its stunning Neptune pool inside. The castle was built by publishing baron William Randolph Hearst.
RIOTERS PROTEST IN GREECE Rioters and protestors are subdued by riot police with tear gas in Thessaloniki, Greece. Anarchists run through the city streets throwing rocks and sticks at riot police. Police wear full military riot gear including helmets and shields. Protestors wear bandanas over their faces. Large plumes of smoke rise up from the city streets as small fires burn.
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Date: July 21, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:19:00, With Audio
US FORCES BATTLE AXIS POWERS IN GREECE American troops assist allied forces in Greece during a battle in WWII. Mobile cannons and military vehicles wait on level ground as a number of soldiers make their way up a hill while coming under fire.
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