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1955

Uploaded by neibel1 on May 05, 2004

A BUSY DAY IN 1955

I awoke to a low rumble of thunder, and rolling out of my warm, comfortable escape of down pillows, slowly ambled to the window. Teardrops of rain, persisted from the day before, and slowly slid down the windowpane as the wind shrieked. The dreary mood of the day seeped through my body as I pressed my forehead to the glass, feeling the chill. I slipped into my navy blue slippers and padded into the kitchen. As I began brewing a fresh pot of coffee my dog, King, caught my eye. He was drenched to the bone, sitting diligently at my feet, with the Baltimore Sun still securely held in his mouth. A couple beef jerky’s later, I was finally able to sit down with my coffee and explore the happenings of the day before.
A frown formed on my face as I read the date of the newspaper to myself (January 2,1955). “Talks On Asia Opposed; Russia Offers To Free 2 Americans In Prison” was the first article I read. It said that the two Americans were going to be let free, but only if 11
Soviet children were returned from Germany. Russia promised that the Americans were in good health. I then continued to read through the paper looking for more international news. “Reds Losing Hold In Hungary” caught my attention. It went on to explain about people in Hungary who were not supporting the Communist regime anymore. There was a large fear that the Hungarian people may rebel. After that I moved on to another article about communism titled, “4,549 Reach Saigon From Enemy North.” It was about American troops that let thousands of refugees from Ho Chi Minh’s home province go. They had been under his rule for nine years and were led safely to Saigon. After reading all of these articles I realized that there wasn’t much going on at the international level so I decided to continue browsing the paper.
As I continued to flip through the paper I realized that there were...

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Uploaded by:   neibel1

Date:   05/05/2004

Category:   Miscellaneous

Length:   4 pages (951 words)

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