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Approximately 12, turned out to see the Fort Wayne native's return to Indiana; millions others viewed the rally through newsreels. Marion Co. This movement advocated emancipating and returning slaves to Africa. Although Indiana state officials spoke in favor of the colonization effort, including Indiana Governor James Brown Ray, a majority of members of the black community opposed it. The Muncie Evening Press noted she left because "this district has become so commercialized as to be on [sic] longer suitable for her to pursue her nature studies in.

January In , Representative Taylor I. Amateur mathematician Dr. Edwin J. Goodwin authored the bill, declaring the value of pi to be 3. The House unanimously passed the bill, but before the Senate could vote, Purdue professor Dr. Clarence Waldo convinced members of the theory's inaccuracy. Neither man was fatally injured, but experienced some criticism from assembly members who considered the practice below legislators.

Mary F. Wabash Co. They organized the annual exhibition to generate recognition for Indiana artists, particularly for members of the Hoosier Group, such as T. Steele and William Forsyth. Following the Pearl Harbor attack in December , the exhibition donated artwork to the Indianapolis Veterans' Hospital. In , Joseph E. Ritter was the first Archbishop of the new Archdiocese of Indianapolis in He was named Archbishop of St. Louis high schools amid protests. Floyd Co. In , t he thermometer hit degrees at New Whiteland, the coldest temperature ever recorded in Indiana. Johnson Co.

When she had started to school, while the family was living in Kentucky, she had taken Abraham with her and had probably helped him learn his letters and numbers. When their mother died, they helped each other through the grief. Their relationship was characterized by a deep affection.

In , black volunteers from Indiana returned home from Chickamauga, where they were stationed for three months in anticipation of garrison duty during the Spanish-American War. The Bethel A. Day for the first time due to the efforts of an Indiana lawmaker. After a previous attempt to recognize King with a national holiday failed, first year Congresswoman Katie Hall from Gary introduced a bill in July She overcame conservatives' concerns about the cost of the holiday by proposing it take place on a fixed Monday rather than King's birthday, so that offices would not have to open twice in one week.

Lake Co. In , he entered the ministry in Wisconsin and was influenced by liberal theological principles, becoming active in the Society of Christian Socialists in According to the Biographical Dictionary of Iowa , Herron "endorsed socialism publicly as a movement that embodied the sacrificial love and social solidarity of primitive Christianity. Debs [of Terre Haute].

Parke Co. In , she testified before the U. Senate, Judiciary Committee on woman's right to vote. In , Democratic legislator Dr. Henry V. In , Charles G. Patent for cornet improvements. He established a factory in , which produced instruments until and was sold to Carl D. Greenleaf in Innovations by C. Conn, Ltd. Elkhart Co. After several artillery shells exploded near his company that killed or wounded his men and destroyed one of their guns, McCall rushed forward with the remaining machine gun and eliminated two enemy machine gun nests.

After the war, he received the Medal of Honor for his actions. Fountain Co.

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In , dam gates lowered on the East Fork of the Whitewater River, which resulted in the formation of Brookville Lake. Residents successfully petitioned for construction to be renewed in and the area became a popular tourist destination due to its campgrounds, hiking trails, and marina.

Franklin Co. The largest inland shipyard in the U. Vanderburgh Co. However, according to historian Kelly Wenig , " After years of crushing debt incurred from loans associated with the Mammoth Internal Improvements Act, the state finally defaulted on their payments to investors, and continued to do so for the next half decade. Hoosiers—because of their insolvency—were attacked from all angles by angry investors and newspapers from as far away as London.

The bill stipulated that the state would be responsible for half of the debt, and the other half would be assumed by bondholders, who in exchange for Wabash and Erie Canal stock promised to complete the canal. By , one out of every ten American homes had a Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet. Delaware Co. The mission was intended to be the first manned flight of the Apollo space program. The accident resulted in safety changes in the program, allowing for the first moon landing in Lawrence Co. In , the Indianapolis Gazette was first published by editor Nathaniel Bolton, who later sold his property to the state for establishment of Central State Hospital.


In , editor George L. Kinnard changed the paper's name to the Indiana State Gazette and the paper took a pro-Democratic bent, in support of Andrew Jackson's policies. In , land reformer and U. Julian combined advocacy of the Homestead Bill with an abolition argument. He stated that dividing the territories into small farms would help prevent slave plantations because they needed vast estates to function.

Julian's speech may have hurt the bill because of his abolition argument. Both the House and Senate failed to approve the bill. Another decade passed before Congress passed the Homestead Act. Lucy came to New Albany with the returning veterans of the 23rd Regiment and applied for pension after Congress passed an act for Civil War nurses.

She was denied because the War Department claimed to have no record of her work. In , Disney illustrator Bill Peet was born in Grandview. Despite a tempestuous relationship with Disney, Peet maintained a year-career with the studio and wrote screenplays, such as " Dalmatians" and "Sword in the Stone. Spencer Co. The operation liberated more than from the POW camp.

Among those rescued was James W. Duckworth of Martinsville, a doctor who became the executive officer of the Manila Hospital Center. Six other Hoosiers were liberated, including Lt. Jarry Brown of Brownsburg, Lt. As surgeon general, he was the first federal official to publicly link cigarette smoking with lung cancer. In , Jeffersonville ceded property to the U. Army with stores. The depot had been established during the Civil War to provide storage for Union supplies. The group made history as one of the first African American boy bands to achieve immense popularity among white audiences.

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In , Clessie L. Cummins filed articles of incorporation for Cummins Engine Company with the secretary of state. The Columbus company generated demand for its innovative diesel engines known for their quality and reliability. During the Great Depression, Cummins engines were introduced on racecars at the Indy, and had a good measure of success. In the post-WWII years, Cummins became an industry leader in producing diesel engines for the heavy duty truck market.

Bartholomew Co. The partially-blind former slave from Mississippi is considered the first African-American political cartoonist. The Indiana Pacers were an inaugural franchise and played in the league for its entire nine years of operation. The Pacers won three league championships while in the ABA.

The act reduced the Indiana Territory to almost the exact area of Indiana at statehood minus the ten mile wide tract later transferred from the Michigan Territory to Indiana in The Illinois Territory contained modern-day Illinois and Wisconsin, and parts of Minnesota and the upper peninsula of Michigan. The Daughters of Charity moved to a convent built on the grounds in to make room for sixty-five additional patient beds.

Ivy Tech Community College purchased the Indianapolis site in McNutt 's signature achievement. More than one hundred departments and agencies existed in a patchwork of uncertain authority and control. In the letter, Bright endorsed the merchant and his stock of firearms. After his expulsion, Bright sought to reclaim his seat, but the Democrat-controlled Indiana General Assembly refused to return their fellow Democrat to Washington.

Jefferson Co. His first action as mayor was to fire all members of the city's police force, many of whom supported the Klan's efforts. At a time when the elderly were often ignored and unseen, the Little Sisters of the Poor provided assistance. The Little Sisters solicited alms daily to provide shelter, comfort, and basic nursing care for residents.

Their dedication garnered widespread appreciation. In , the home moved to West 86th Street as the St. Augustine Home for the Aged. Governor Noble informed legislators in that a scientific survey would enable the state to better develop its mineral resources. Historian Donald Carmony concluded that Owen's initial survey findings "were significant achievements and particularly so when viewed in the context of geological knowledge as of that time.

None of the 1, prisoners were injured in the blaze. Guards temporarily transferred the inmates to a nearby schoolhouse to await transfer to Michigan City. In lieu of rebuilding the reformatory in Jeffersonville, the Indiana General Assembly decided to build a new facility in Pendleton, which opened on November 19, For his service, the Army awarded Freeman and his crewmates the Mackay trophy.

Two years to the day later, in , Captain Freeman died when his BB bomber crashed in Nevada during an experimental exercise. All eight of the flight crew died. His body was returned to Winimac for burial. Pulaski Co. In , civil rights leader and anti-lynching activist Katherine "Flossie" Bailey died. She is best known for her work to bring the perpetrators of the Marion lynching of Abe Smith and Tom Shipp to justice. Largely due to her tireless work, two of the several dozen members of the lynch mob were arrested and tried. However, the all-white jury returned a not-guilty verdict. Walker Medal in for her anti-lynching crusade.

Grant Co. Lake, Blackford, and Benton were later formed from three of these counties. Newton County was consolidated with Jasper in , but made separate again in Voters elected him to the Indiana House of Representatives in and he became one of the youngest Speakers in Indiana history at 29 years old. During the Panic of , he used his financial position to obtain real estate through foreclosures. During his later years, he developed an interest in history, particularly concerning George Rogers Clark and collecting biographies of Indiana General Assembly members.

In , artist Frederick C. Yohn was born in Indianapolis. Yohn illustrated magazines and books, and specialized in historical and military subjects. In , Indiana University competed in its first intercollegiate basketball game. Butler prevailed Madison Co. Shortly after his birth, Dean moved to Fairmount, Grant County, where he was raised in a Quaker household. Newton Co. While the game was scheduled for Sunday, February 10, a lot of the excitement focused on the second annual Slam Dunk Contest held on Saturday, the 9 th.

The contest featured some of the greatest stars and dunkers of that generation. In the semi-finals, Jordan dunked from the free throw line to advance to the finals with Wilkins. Highway One of the provisions of the treaty transferred French claims east of the Mississippi River including Vincennes and the future site of Indiana to Great Britain. Louis, Missouri while on a journey back to Indiana. Petit left Indiana in September as he joined the Potawatomi in their forced removal from Indiana. Marshall Co. In , Carrier announced plans to relocate operations at its Indiana plants in Huntington and Indianapolis to Mexico.

The decision affected 2, jobs. In , legislators authorized raising funds for a new building, to be located on the corner of Senate Avenue and Ohio Street. The building opened in His train arrived that evening to a welcome from Governor Oliver P. Morton and 20, supporters.

He resumed his journey east the next morning, which also happened to be his fifty-second birthday. In , both chambers of the U. Congress assembled to count the electoral votes from New York Congressman John W. Taylor interrupted the proceedings, and questioned whether Indiana's votes should be tallied since Indiana voters cast their ballots for presidential electors before Indiana became a state on December 11, In the ensuing debate, Indiana Congressman William Hendricks rose and argued for counting Indiana electoral votes.

The House of Representatives ultimately ignored Taylor's objection, and allowed Indiana's three electoral votes in favor of James Monroe. Not that the votes mattered as Monroe soundly defeated his Federalist opponent Rufus King, He was born in New York in and moved with his family to Ripley County in An early leader in the opposition to slavery, Harding helped to bring freedom to enslaved people in the U.

He received several political appointments from President Abraham Lincoln including governor of the Utah Territory, and chief justice of the Colorado Territory Supreme Court. Ripley Co. Representatives of fourteen clubs from Indianapolis and other Indiana towns attended this preliminary meeting. The State Bank operated from when its charter expired.

In , Charles I. Taylor served as vice president of the new league until his death in Although the ABCs the name came from the initials of the original team owners and managers Adams, Butler, and Conoyer. The name was later associated with one time team sponsor the American Brewing Company played games as early as as an independent club, their game on May 2, against the Chicago Giants was the first game played in the Negro National League.

In , Governor M. After the settlement of a 43 day labor strike by United Automobile Workers Association at General Motors-owned Guide Lamp Corporation in Anderson, violence erupted after midnight on February 13 between an arms-wielding faction of pro-union workers and a tavern owner.

Conditions deteriorated from there. State police were the first on the scene, and 1, National Guardsmen soon joined them. The authorities successfully turned away a caravan of strike supporters from Michigan, and escorted them back to the state line. The governor lifted martial law after 10 days, on February In , Governor Otis R.

By the late s, Indiana legislators enacted laws based on the belief that criminality, mental problems, and pauperism were hereditary. In , Governor J. Governor Thomas R. Marshall halted sterilizations in and the Indiana Supreme Court ruled the law unconstitutional in A law reinstated sterilization and added court appeals. Approximately 2, in state custody were sterilized under state law. He returned to Shelbyville, where he established a law practice. Shelby Co. He served as president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters from to His fraternization with organized crime figures drew the attention of the federal government and in he was sentenced to thirteen years in prison for jury tampering, conspiracy, and fraud.

He served as president of the Teamsters while in prison until President Richard Nixon commuted his sentence in Hoffa disappeared in under mysterious circumstances possibly related to a meeting with a Mafia-related Teamster. Clay Co. Lawmakers repealed the law in during an overhaul of Indiana's criminal code.

With the textile mill, founder Hamilton Smith hoped to make a profit and "'also had dreams of founding a model industrial community on the frontier. When the first wave of workers arrived in December , they experienced a housing shortage, an ongoing problem for workers who had been promised an idyllic community in the model of Lowell, Massachusetts with company-owned housing.

The Cannelton mill became one of the largest cotton mills in the United States. It operated under various owners and managers for almost a century. Perry Co. A lawyer and state senator before the Civil War, Wallace advanced through the Union Army ranks from colonel to major general before his 35th birthday in After the war, he received political appointments as governor of the New Mexico Territory , and U.

Minister to Turkey the Ottoman Empire Despite these accomplished careers, Wallace is best-known as an author. His book, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ , was one of the best-selling novels of the 19th century. In , Norman Bridwell was born in Kokomo. He began his career as a commercial artist. Howard Co. This pioneering sanitation experiment was designed to curb disease and pollution and was one of the first of its kind in the country.

Garbage collectors still dispose of our trash, so what happened? The brothers built and sold only two wagons their first year. Sales of their carriages boomed after the war, and grew from 6, in to 75, in With the advent of the automobile, many carriage companies tried and failed to transition from one generation of transportation to the next. Studebaker, however, was one of few able to adapt, and not only survive, but thrive.

Studebaker was successful for its first three decades of automobile production, but struggled through the Great Depression. The company rebounded as World War II defense contracts bolstered production. According to the Smithsonian Libraries, in the post-war era Studebaker "was among the first auto manufacturers to introduce new styles rather than warmed over pre-war models.

The Starlight Coupe included a wraparound rear-window and the models were styled with the now famous 'bullet nose. Financial shortcomings caused Studebaker to close its South Bend plant in Production at their Canadian plant ceased completely in In , Special Judge Charles M. McCray for the office of Marion County prosecutor. The game has none better than the Hoosier star on the fast break. Louis Armstrong recorded a jazz version of the song in the s and Benny Goodman recorded a swing version in the s. She settled in Terre Haute with her husband Thomas W.

Harper helped establish the state woman suffrage society in The company led the nation in production of fruit jars by After losing the election to Franklin D. She was denied and filed suit against the Tippecanoe County election board. By the late s , Skelton had become famous for his vaudeville and radio skits. Knox Co. The State of Indiana previously established a memorial honoring Abraham Lincoln and his mother in Spencer County, but the congressional resolution signed by Kennedy recognized the home's national significance.

Lincoln lived in the area from to and, according to the National Park Service, the Boyhood Memorial "preserves the place where he learned to laugh with his father, cried over the death of his mother, read the books that opened his mind, and triumphed over the adversities of life on the frontier. Senator John Pettit of Indiana delivered a speech in Congress during a debate on allowing slavery in Kansas and Nebraska. She successfully grew the business and her reputation as a farm expert. Wayne Co. Adjacent towns dispatched rescue squads to Sullivan and National Guard units arrived from Terre Haute.

The accident led to the introduction of legislation that improved the working conditions at Indiana mines. Sullivan Co. Citizens assisted police in rounding up the animals. Fulton Co. In , David W. Ballard was born in Bridgeport. He studied medicine in the Indiana town before earning his medical degree in Cincinnati. Grant to reappoint him after the expiration of his term. Harrison Co. Their luxury cars "sprang into national prominence following their success on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Auburn Automobile Company President E. Cord acquired the Duesenberg Automobile and Motors Company in In , the two companies became subsidiaries of Cord Corporation.

Production of the vehicles ended in They had gone through a battle and had traveled hundreds of miles. We noticed a great majority of them were young men, many of them in fact mere boys. Many prisoners died that first winter. Over 1, soldiers died at the camp before the last prisoners were paroled in The first issue noted that the "citizens of Bloomington, though generally noted for their energy and enterprise, had not, as yet, succeeded in establishing an organ, in the columns of which, a student or literary man, who had any respect for himself or regard for his reputation as a writer, would be willing for his productions to appear.

He grew up in Jasper and Bloomington before his family moved to Kansas in his early teens. Crandall drew characters for titles including Captain America and Flash Gordon. In its seventy-one years of operation, the factory which became Navistar International in produced an estimated ten million engines for trucks, tractors, combines, buses, generators, and World War II military vehicles.

The Bulldogs lost to Notre Dame in what Hinkle described as a "hell of a ball game. You've all been great. The university changed its arena's name from Butler Fieldhouse to Hinkle Fieldhouse in his honor in Knight's gesture of frustration for what he considered poor referee calls drew cheers from IU fans. Referees ejected him from the game and the crowd chanted his name during his absence. An law decreased some of the penalties, but a law against white and black marriages in Indiana remained in effect until it was repealed in , two years before the U.

Supreme Court ruled in Loving v. Virginia that such laws were unconstitutional. Robertson as lieutenant governor, who would serve alongside Democratic Governor Isaac P. The Democratic-controlled Senate, however, disputed the outcome and the Marion County Circuit Court concurred and ruled against Robertson. This gave Robertson the impetus to try to take his seat as president of the Senate. Fighting and chaos ensued. Some legislators were even seriously injured. Later in her life, she adopted the stage name Marjorie Main. Main appeared in over films as a supporting actor, including "Meet Me in St.

Louis" and "Heaven Can Wait. In , prohibitionist and pastor Daisy Douglas Barr signed an agreement with D. In , Governor James P. Indiana became one of fourteen states to ban the teaching of German to children. The legislation was a reflection of the strong anti-German sentiment stemming from World War I.

Many Americans considered retention of German language and culture in the midst of war as un-American. During this time, German-language newspapers folded, German names of streets or places changed e. That summer a group of commissioners appointed by the General Assembly visited him in his home.

After the war, he established a family medical practice at Bremen, Marshall County. Bowen served as a Republican representative in the state legislature, and became Speaker of the House for four sessions. Voters elected him governor of Indiana in and that same year ratified a constitutional amendment that allowed governors to serve successive terms.

Wright President Ronald W. In that role, he worked to abate criticism that the Reagan administration was not doing enough to deal with the AIDS crisis. He died in One hundred and seventeen students attended classes that "prepared daughters of well-to-do residents for future roles as wives and mothers. DePauw organized a group of businessmen to pay its debts. DePauw also financed a new building for the school. The women's college operated into the earlyth century, when "the growing influence of secular education led the trustees to shut its doors.

The Lebanon native scored those points without the aid of the three-point shot. As of , his 61 point game remains a single-game Big Ten record. Sick patients struggled to escape the fire and suffered injuries after jumping out of windows. Newspapers lauded Hotel Mudlavia, named for the soothing mud baths offered, as "one of the finest sanitariums in the United States.

The family had moved from Kentucky to Indiana in In , women's rights and temperance advocate Amanda Way received a pension for her service as a Civil War nurse. In temperance speeches, Way discussed her experiences working on Civil War battlefields. Randolph Co. The Michigan City Harbor Company constructed two piers and dredged a channel connecting them. LaPorte Co. In , Purdue defeated Indiana in the first basketball showdown between the schools. The Indiana men did not play their opponents close enough. The Gaithers built an empire through their songwriting and publishing, and wrote more than songs, many of which became staples in the Christian community, such as "Because He Lives" and "I Am a Promise.

The disaster took the lives of eleven people in southern Indiana, and even more in Kentucky. A West Liberty, Kentucky fire chief described the disaster as "the tornado version of Hurricane Katrina. In , Governor Isaac P. In , the monument's cornerstone was laid during a ceremony attended by Governor Alvin P.

Hovey and President Benjamin Harrison. The department provided information about the educational benefits available to returning veterans at Indiana colleges and universities. In the book, he described his experience as one of thousands of POWs imprisoned by the Japanese on the island of Corregidor. He and another American managed to swim to Bataan, only to be recaptured two days later. Steele now the site of Herron High School.

The institute grew quickly, fulfilling the Association's goal to "cultivate and advance Art. According to Antioch College, Wilson's social realism was in vogue during the s, but "Where he differs from many of his contemporaries is his nearly apocalyptic vision of the world in which he lived. She faced backlash for her efforts and resigned at the end of the year due to "health reasons.

In , Hoosiers purchased alcohol on Sunday for the first time in modern Indiana history. The Associated Press noted that "For decades, efforts to overturn the law foundered among bickering by interest groups — most notably liquor store owners, who stood to lose business to big box retailers on a major shopping day.

Indiana became the forty-first state to allow for the sale of alcohol on Sundays. Thompson got his start in baseball playing for teams in Danville, Indianapolis, and Evansville. In , he joined the Philadelphia Phillies where he spent 10 seasons. Among his statistical accomplishments: he was the NL batting champion , two time NL home run leader , , and three time NL leader in runs batted in RBI , , When he retired in with a.

He also had a career average of. In , at age 46, Thompson came out of retirement to play eight games with the Detroit Tigers.

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Even at that age, he batted. Hendricks Co. While the designation of floor party leaders was not officially developed until later, the Howard County native is often recognized as the first majority leader. In , Governor Warren T. The day after the book was declared a best seller, Lockridge took his own life in Bloomington at the age of As secretary, McCulloch "maintained a policy of reducing the federal war debt and the careful reintroduction of federal taxation in the South" according to the U.

Treasury Dept. McCulloch also fought a losing battle to conquer Reconstruction era inflation by returning U. In , President Chester Arthur tapped McCulloch again to serve as secretary for the final four months of his administration. Convention delegates nominated Terre Haute socialist leader Eugene V. Debs subsequently ran for president in , , , , and which he did so from prison. In , Sullivan native Will H. Hays Sr. Film producers hired him to self-police the motion picture industry, which was under fire due to scandals in Hollywood, and production of movies deemed to be offensive to standards of public morality.

The code began to lose its effectiveness in the s, and in it was replaced with the MPAA film rating system. Before becoming chairman, Hays served as chairman of the Republican National Committee and as postmaster general under President Warren G. Harding He wrote, "The fort which I have built is about eighty miles in the Wabash country up the river by which the English have been able to descend and open up commerce with these nations. The place is very suitable in which to build a great settlement which I would have done if I had had troops enough.

It became the second paper established in the capital city. Two years after its debut it changed its name to the Indiana Journal. It was strongly Unionist during the Civil War, and carried on a fierce rivalry with the Democratic Sentinel. In the late s, the Journal established a reputation as a patron for Indiana authors including James Whitcomb Riley, who published hundreds of poems in its pages. New, became a major influence in Republican politics. After 81 years in print, the Journal was acquired by the publisher of the Indianapolis Morning Star.

The Journal title survived a few more months in the masthead of the Indianapolis Morning Star and Journal , before it disappeared in October Gresham , a native of Harrison County, became the thirty-third U. Secretary of State under President Grover Cleveland. A former Civil War general and long-time U.

A life-long Republican, Gresham accepted the secretary of State appointment from the Democratic president Cleveland in , and cited his dissatisfaction with the Republican Party. As secretary, Gresham investigated the U. He concluded that the overthrow of Hawaiian Queen Liliuokalani was a coup by pro-American sugar plantations. Also during his tenure, he cited the Monroe Doctrine in diplomatic attempts to counter British influence in Central and South America, and advocated for the interests of U. He served as secretary of State until his death on May 28, His feat remains the all-time single-game scoring record in Indiana High School Athletic Association basketball history.

The Culver Citizen reported "This is the highest score that the team has ever made, and the second highest made in the state--the highest being Sayger continued his athletic career at Heidelberg College where he also later coached. In in Tiffin, Ohio, he organized an exhibition game played under rules that introduced the three point shot.

In , Governor Henry F. Board of Education , which declared the segregation of black and white students in public schools to be unconstitutional. In , Willem Aughe Ghere was born in Frankfort. He later anglicized his name to Will Geer, and became a popular character actor. In the s, he refused to testify before the House Committee on Un-American Activities, and was subsequently blacklisted for most of the next decade and a half. In the decades that followed, approximately 2, persons in state custody were sterilized under state law.

The Terre Haute native became the third player in Big Ten history to lead the conference in scoring for three consecutive seasons. Dischinger ended his Boilermaker career as a two-time consensus first-team All-American, and also earned a gold medal from the Olympics. After nine season in the pros, Dischinger became an orthodontist in Oregon.

Despite tension over issues like forced busing and the endorsement of a presidential candidate, the convention produced a National Black Agenda, designed to extend the movement beyond the convention. The game was held at Indiana University's original Assembly Hall before an estimated crowd of 1, He alleged that sterilization would cause underprivileged groups to suffer "not because they ought to but because of lack of scientific basis for the proposition that all unfit parents have unfit children.

In , Governor Paul V. Eventually the bill passed, inspiring similar legislation in other states. Thompson assumed the position of secretary of the Navy despite the fact that he never served in the Navy, a point of which newspapers took note. The farm known as the Moses Fell Annex or the Moses Fell Experimental Farm was used for experimental purposes, such as soil fertility studies. The Purdue Agriculturist reported in that "forty-four lines of investigation have been in progress bearing on some of the most important problems affecting farm management in southern Indiana.

This work involves the uses of line, legumes, various fertilizers and drainage in soil improvement work. Michael from Milford, Indiana led his rifle platoon in an assault on an enemy position near Neiderzerf, Germany. Michael and his platoon flanked, and attacked the enemy with hand grenades. Michael continued a reconnaissance of the woods. He ventured out once and killed two Nazis, wounded four, and captured six others single handedly. He ventured out again, and this time returned with seven more prisoners. Michael was killed. His body was returned to Indiana where it was interred in a Goshen cemetery.

For his actions on March 13, he was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor. Kosciusko Co. Although Unigov helped create modern-day Indianapolis and its suburbs, it did so at the expense of disadvantaged communities. It became the first official emblem adopted by the state, and even predated the adoption of the state flag. Bobby McDermott, a great scorer and a sometimes combative personality from the Queens, led the team to victory. The House passed the resolution, and the Senate voted in favor of it the next day. However, proposed Constitutional amendments are required to pass two consecutive sessions of the General Assembly before it goes before voters to decide.

Despite an extensive campaign by women for the passage of the suffrage amendment, it failed to gain support in due to the links between prohibition and the suffrage movement. It would be another three decades before Hoosier women gained the right to vote in The GOC was a collaborative program in which civilian volunteers built watchtowers in their backyards and community centers and contacted U.

Air Force officials if they suspected Soviet aircraft. The GOC served as an opportunity for families, neighbors, and community members to spend quality time together through the shared objective of improving national security. Eighty-six firemen fought the flames. In , Purdue University won the Big Ten championship without a single player over six-feet tall. It was the seventh conference title for Coach Ward Lambert and the Boilermakers.

Led in scoring by All-American Norman Cottom , the team posted a overall record and a conference mark. Local residents discovered nothing but a crater and bits of debris at the crash site. Shreds of clothing and paper blew in the wind and collected in trees. Bethel College in Mishawaka won in , , and Francis in Fort Wayne won in Indiana Wesleyan won in , , and Since the tournament started, Indiana schools have appeared in the finals eleven times.

The Tigers defeated Washington University-St. Six years later, on March 16, , Coach Huffman led the Tigers to an undefeated record as they claimed their second national championship. They defeated the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Putnam Co. Overall shot, and wounded one of the accosters in self-defense. Joseph River and the old feeder canal bed on the Archer farm. In , a tornado destroyed Indiana towns, including Griffin, Owensville, and Princeton after first devastating parts of Missouri and Illinois.

In , Indianapolis native and U. During the first wave, mines detonated and injured his comrades. Private McGee rescued one of the injured men and stepped on a mine while trying to rescue a second victim. Despite bleeding profusely, he demanded that his comrades not attempt to save him, lest they injure themselves.

The military awarded Private McGee with the Congressional Medal of Honor for "a concern for the well-being of his fellow soldiers that transcended all considerations for his own safety and a gallantry in keeping with the highest traditions of the military service. Bobby McDermott averaged over 20 points a game for the season in earning his second consecutive MVP award.

They were runner-ups under Coach John Wooden in , and earned a third place finish under rookie college coach John Longfellow in These teams were powered by a trio from South Bend Central who followed Wooden to Terre Haute when he became coach in The players included Lenny Rzeszewski, Dan Dimich, and Bill Jagodzinski, who were all first generation children of eastern European immigrants.

Schlundt tallied a game-high 30 points that included 9 of IU's 10 in the last period, while Born finished with Stockton was the only really capable physician out there. Galbraith would learn in a year. Sarah Stockton. Now there are fifty. In , two all-black high schools competed for the highest honor in Hoosier Hysteria for the first time in Indiana basketball tournament history. The team successfully defended the championship in while compiling an undefeated record.

He was the third leading scorer for Texas Western with a It was the fifth national championship for the college and its coach, Arad McCutchan. McCutchan, an Evansville native, led the Purple Aces to tiles in , , , , and His and champions featured Jerry Sloan, who was the Most Outstanding Player during both tournaments.

Sloan subsequently played for the Chicago Bulls, and coached the Utah Jazz for 23 seasons. The controversial legislation exempted towns and cities in Lake County from the prohibition on incorporation if the town or city was within a three mile buffer zone of a larger city.

The legislation allowed Merrillville to incorporate and fend off annexation by Gary. Ross Township was majority white in By , the settlement included over residents and acres. Emphasis on education prepared new generations for college and careers in medicine, law, and ministry. Hamilton Co. Tied at 30 points each, Bobby Plump made a shot in the final few seconds of the game to beat the Bearcats.

All-American Wabash center Pete Metzelaars said of the game "It was a great team effort and a great way to end my career. At the beginning of the season we had a lot of unknown quantities, but everybody just meshed together really well. According to the St. Meinrad's website, the monks "came to southern Indiana at the request of a local priest Father Joseph Kundek who was seeking help to serve the pastoral needs of the growing German-speaking Catholic population and to prepare local men to be priests.

A few days later officials changed the city's name to Gas City. By , the population was nearly twenty-five times higher than that of However, the boom left the city with new infrastructures, such as a bank, opera house, and hotel. Wooden, who is known for his success as a coach at UCLA, led the Boilermakers to two conference titles. His senior year, Purdue had the highest winning percentage of any collegiate conference team in the nation. Wooden was also the Big Ten's top scorer during his senior year with a then impressive Wooden's league record of three consecutive All-American honors would stand for thirty years until Ohio State University's Jerry Lucas was named an All-American from to There his father worked in the steel mills.

Malden participated in Serbian religious and social organizations in Gary. After graduating from high school, he worked for a time in the steel mills before deciding to pursue acting. In the s, he earned four Emmy nominations for his role as Lt. Martin Luther King Jr. Rabbi Davis marched at the front of the line for twelve hours without sitting or eating. When he returned to Indianapolis, he received a phone call threatening him with a bomb for participating in the march. Describing his experience, he stated "I know now what I was doing in Selma, Alabama.

I was worshiping God. I was doing it on U. The Hoosiers squeaked past the Boilermakers, Janie was one two local television hosts beloved by Hoosier children during the era, along with "Cowboy Bob. To allay tension between settlers and American Indians, U. Indian Agent John Johnston provided supplies to families of the victims and built a log jail to secure the accused.

Following jury trials, three perpetrators were hanged in He gave up his medical practice to enlist in the 14th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment at the outbreak of the Civil War. Catterson participated during the Shenandoah Valley campaign of and the Battle of Antietam. He became colonel of the 97th Indiana, and commanded the regiment during the Siege of Vicksburg, the Atlanta Campaign, and the Battle of Chattanooga. On May 31, , he was brevetted brigadier general of U. After the war, he moved to Arkansas as a carpetbagger.

In the South, he aligned himself with the Republican Reconstruction government. Catterson served as the mayor of Little Rock from to In , Francis Vigo died in Vincennes. The Italian-born trader and merchant moved to Spanish-held St. Louis in , where he traded fur with indigenous tribes and French settlers. Later that year, the British took Vigo prisoner in Vincennes and released him only after he promised not to interfere with the British cause. However, he returned to St.

Louis and provided Clark with information about British plans.

Due to this information, Clark's army was able to surprise the British in Vincennes in the winter of Although Vigo was impoverished at the time of his death in , he still anticipated reimbursement from the U. He stipulated in his will that if his estate should ever receive compensation from the government, then the money should be directed toward the purchase of a bell for the courthouse of his namesake, Vigo County, in Terre Haute. Basketball," was born in Whiteland. He then joined the legendary New York Rens basketball team. Louis Cardinals. In , the company announced its closing because "it, like many other famous American watch firms, learned that the end of the s was the end of the pocket watch era and that they could not compete with the European market in the new fad of wrist watches.

Within hours, workers dispersed throughout the affected area. Red Cross nurses treated the injured at St. Edward Hospital. The tornado killed at least forty-five people, including teachers and students at the "Olden Street Colored School," and injured hundreds more. They orbited the earth three times and became the first astronauts to maneuver a spacecraft in orbit. Barrett and Agent Klein were both wounded. Agent Klein, however, was mortally wounded and died at the scene. What few civilians remain warn incoming troops of unspeakable horrors awaiting them.

Number One breaks out of relative silence for the previous two years, with the Thirteenth Parallel launching terrorist attacks on the State of Siberia and Union of Zabalyasky Krai. The result is both countries going into an immediate state of emergency, and national forces coming into open conflict with Russian paramilitary groups. The result is the death of almost 10, civilians, the near-complete annihilation of the Tunisian 9th Infantry Division, totalling 40, deaths, and radioactive fallout spilling across the region.

American troops in Accra watch as their Tunisian allies are killed by the first nuclear weapon used in real combat since Electronics in Southeast Ghana, as well as vehicles, aircraft and other motorised weaponry are rendered useless. The economic situation internationally slowly begins to recover after the shock of the nuclear detonation in the Lower Islamic Union. The situation in Hokkaido only worsens, as JSDF forces find themselves either missing or dead across the island's Northern and Eastern areas, retreating to Sapporo to prevent any further damage.

The Japanese government begins a mass evacuation of Hokkaido residents to the Southwest, Sapporo and Hakodate taking in large amounts of evacuees. They also acknowledge the highly unusual nature of individuals affected by the apparent Mass Rabies syndrome, now renamed Insanity Syndrome. The organisation, gradually recovering from the mass exodus of members during the s, begins to pick up power again, although it has yet to pick up any influential world powers among those rejoining it.

The Republic of Panama, reformed after American intervention in the country, immediately sets about neutralising Federation forces in Occupied Nicaragua and ridding the land within its borders of Federation elements.

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S Government. The Lower Islamic Union, pushed to the very edge with little to no access to any trade routes and collapsing in on itself, finally surrenders following the American capture of Lome. Following this, the Holy State of Sarahwi and Morocco also capitulates. The decision for the post-war settlement has yet to be decided by the victors.

With 1. Elsehwhere, in Arabia, the Medina stronghold finally collapses to Democratic Arabian Forces troops as the Arabian Civil War comes to an end with a decisive Democratic victory. Africa and the Middle East are finally at peace after more than a century of constant war. Alexi Borodin launches an ambitious attack on the State of Siberia's government, killing the President of Siberia and destabilising the country to the point that it is on the brink of non-existence. Western Russian forces march into Norosibrsk as the 13th Parallel begins to take violent control of the country, allegations of Chinese funding coming into play.

The control of nuclear weapons in Siberia becomes tenuous, with no party able to control the country's numerous nuclear facilities from the Cold War. Global Cooling continues across the world. The Maldives re-emerge from the Indian Ocean, and the event is celebrated by millions across Asia as a sign of good things to come. The islands remain deserted as of current, but they continue to rise above dropping sea levels. Elsewhere, the elevated neighbourhoods of San Francisco find themselves higher and higher above water, with the elevation and dykes built in the city seeming increasingly unnecessary.

Singapore's Chinatown also becomes dry land for the first time in fourty years. The 'zombie apocalypse' in Hokkaido comes to a head as JSDF forces buckle under siege, but hold out, protecting Sapporo and most of Southwestern Hokkaido from nanobot-infected hordes. Taichi Kudo, the last remaining member of the Japanese Scientific Association outside of Japanese government jurisdiction, becomes part of the U. S Task Force to investigate and hopefully stop the infection. This may be too late, however, as several incidents are reported in China of a similar nature as to that of the first infection in Tomamu.

The document is a guideline for the next decades in the region's future. The stock markets in Europe gain traction as the wars the ATO have been embroiled in mostly end, but elsewhere, Asia does not look good. With an entire major country collapsing, airlines are yet again forced to switch back to routes over the Indian Ocean, as are most commercial aircraft, to avoid the chaos of the 13th Parallel in the State of Siberia. The Japanese economy stagnates due to the fiasco in Hokkaido, and the Eastern Russian Republic experiences an influx of Hokkaido immigrants. The nanobot infection in China continues to spread unabated with large-scale incidents of violence and thousands of deaths in Beijing.

The Chinese Premier is apparently infected as images show a rabid Premier walking on the streets of the Chinese capital. Elsewhere, the People's Liberation Army refuses to blockade Beijing and facilitate an evacuation as the Communist Party of China erupts into total chaos. The establishment of the Final Agreement on Partition and Occupation of North Africa promotes stability in the region as investors and economic migrants from the United Kingdom and Germany flock to the region, where American, British, French, Northwest African and Tunisian occupation zones make immense economic growth seem highly likely.

The region starts to become host to multiple companies, Nigeria, the most liberalised out of all of them, getting the bulk of the nations.

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The South American War goes smoothly as for the first time in two decades, no major Federation force threatens Mexico or most of Central America. The Federation continues to find itself surrounded on all sides, losing its most major source of arms and funding, ISAWA. China continues a one-man army to supply the Federation, with Chinese ships belligerently flouting US sanctions to send arms to the Federation. Chilean troops continue to advance North as Chile is mostly cleared of Federation elements.

The system appears quiet, but further launches suggest that the Federation is beginning to arm the system with Kinetic Energy Missiles, which are satirised due to their similarity to the in-game event from Call of Duty: Ghosts, released in Abu-Ismail Al Bagdadhi is found guilty of War Crimes at the Accra War Crimes Tribunal, and is sentenced to death for counts of violations of human rights, inciting violence, among others.

He is executed in Accra for the populace of the former Lower Islamic Union to see. The Chinese government collapses, with a military junta taking power in Manchuria and multiple state governments in Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong taking 'temporary' power, plunging the country into warlord martial law. The nanobot infection spreads out of Beijing without military intervention, parts of the PLA pledging allegiance to the Manchurian-led government, while others come under the control of their local governments. Inner Mongolia, Southern Manchuria, and Tianjin all report cases of infection.

The Western and Eastern Russian interventions in Siberia amount to nothing as the Thirteenth Parallel is still able to wreak havoc on the country, Zabalyasky Krai and Lower Siberia being pulled into the conflict. Alexi Borodin continues to lead the paramilitary groups of Siberia, now loosely linked together as the 'United Slavic Liberation Front'.

MI6 and GCHQ attempts to find nuclear facilities continue to be dismal failures, with few found and many of the over 3, remaining still unfound. The American Conservative Party begins to take a hard-right turn as several members lament the passage of the 30th Amendment. The Confederate Sympathy movement begins to grow again, with incidents of discriminatory actions beginning to happen in the American South.

Japanese-Russian tensions flare, with international media condemning Eastern Russia for refusing to accept Hokkaido refugees. In particular, Taichi Kudo refuses to continue cooperation with the United States of America unless they can guarantee that no further information will be shared with Eastern Russia. Protests occur in Tokyo, advocating for taking in refugees, with many questioning why the government has yet to push back through nanobot-infected cities.

Iraq, a stable producer and exporter of hyrdocarbons, becomes destablized after Kurdish militias demand Iraqi Kurdistan be absorbed into the Republic of Kurdistan. The nanobotlia infection spreads through Hubei as Tianjin authorities, embroiled in a war between angry protesters, their own police forces and a rampaging virus outbreak, fail to prevent nanobots from reaching Tianjin Harbor.

Korea closes off its borders to China as it struggles to keep up with incoming Chinese refugees, increasing worries that this could cause the virus to become waterborne as infected vessels capsize in port. The concerted Russian efforts against the 13th Parallel begin to bear fruit as the organisation loses massive amounts of fighters off the Eastern Russian border in what becomes known as the Battle of Fences.

However, the organisation is far from done, as revelations by MI6 reveal that the 13th Parallel is being funded by the Federation, and independent Russian shell companies off in the Arctic. Global Cooling continues, albeit gradually slowing, as large ice sheets float down off the Eastern Coast of the United States.

The Arctic and Antarctic Ice Sheets begin to start growing again, much to the pleasure of climate scientists across the world, who celebrate. However, Shanghai-led forces begin stacking troops on the Guangzhou border in Fujian, which is met with an equal reaction. The situation continues to become more tense. With Indian assistance, Western China begins to stabilize itself, although relief is far, far away. Occupied Sudan sparks into open rebellion against South Sudan, attempting to take the reins of the Christian-majority nation for themselves after humiliation by the country decades earlier.

Bloodshed occurs across the country as it makes a rallying cry to take back its nation from South Sudanese forces, overwhelmed by the sudden rebellion. At the same time, the International Association of Christian groups denounces South Sudan and declares them the antithesis of God's will, cutting support to South Sudan from international charities. A coalition of independent Chinese states sign the Confederative Declaration of Shanghai, leading to tensions between the Shanghai Coalition and Democratic South China.

Several small border conflicts between the two lead to an all out war, prompting other Chinese states to join opposing sides, and most states excluding West China and Inner Mongolia get into a conflict, aptly named the Second Chinese Civil War. The East African Economic Pact sends in forces to back the militias, while the United Nations sends peacekeepers to attempt to maintain peace in the disintegrating nation.

The virtual reality "bubble" crashes, as dozens of VR startups go bankrupt, and stocks of various tech companies dip, causing some small economic fallout. The DJIA drops to 52,, a loss of 3. American usage of 'sims' elicit international outcry as the system not only proves ineffective but also sparks debate on the intelligence and human rights granted to robots and artificial intelligence. A 9th Circuit Judge, Roland Weisler, strikes down the practice as unconstitutional and as a violation of human rights, stopping the practice for now.

Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan officially form the Group of Three, a table through which the three nations communicate their intentions and act on each others' interests. This comes as allegations of Iranian assistance of the 13th Parallel begin to appear, although they have yet to be definitively proven. The G3 elects to assist the Shanghai Confederation in the Chinese Civil War, sending assistance to the countries in the form of small arms and motorised infantry.

The 13th Parallel itself finally collapses but not without a bang. Allegations that Alexi Borodin himself is actually Russian are proven true, causing the paramilitary groups in Siberia to begin infighting as Borodin commits suicide. Several of the paramilitary groups begin using disarmed ICBMs as kinetic weapons, sending the non-nuclear payloads into the upper Atmosphere only for them to come back down on the former State of Siberia. None of these hit Eastern or Western Russian forces, but a spectacular and rather horrifying show of a hundred or so disarmed ICBMs launching into the sky and coming down upon other paramiltary groups become known as the Fireworks of Insanity.

The war begins to heat up as troops stare each other down along former provincial borders, with former comrades now staring each other down their Coyote sights. His escape becomes widely panned as an embarassing failure by the FBI, but what he leaves behind in American possession is of far greater interest. He leaves behind the blueprints for an electromagnetic pulse device and a detailed explanation of how the malfunctioning nanobots react to heat and sonic pulses, with warnings that any attempt to 'burn' or 'blast' out the infection are likely to be utter failures.

Halfway across the globe, China fares no better. British attempts to kill the 'zombies' with a premature designation of the infection are also covered in what becomes known as the 'Kudo Documents', with him writing that British experimentation on 'zombies' will get them the DNA of typical humans. Several times he mocks the United Kingdom for what he describes as 'clear and utter stupidity, an arrogance to behold'.

The formation of the Russian Union marks the first unitary organisation in the former Russian Federation in decades. The Central African Republic's militias continue to push through the country as the war comes to an utter stalemate, with UN peacekeepers operating out of Maghrebi-held towns. The UN-held cities become safe havens for escaping refugees, although others escape to the CAR's neighbours, beginning a migrant crisis. The war, in the words of Washington Post journalist Anders Johansson, is 'heating up'. Democratic Arabia begins to open up relations with Iran and Israel, with the country making large overtures to both countries.

This is marked by a notable balancing of Israeli-Palestinian relations, with the country relating to both similarly. The United States continues to be humiliated as the 'fugitive' Kudo uploads a computer virus into the internet, spreading first by social media before eventually reaching the devices of the U. The virus wipes almost all information about him from databases, and spreads internationally as well, hindering the international search for him. At the same time, Japanese efforts slowly chug along in Hokkaido, barely succeeding as their new EMP device lends way to easier nullification of the nanobotlia.

Special Operations units in Hokkaido travelling deep into infected areas begin to discover a trail of what appears to be specialised EMP devices, with rescued civilians along the trail speaking of an elderly man travelling along the road protecting them. This is suspected to be Kudo, as the trail leads to the epicentre of the Japanese virus - Tomamu, Hokkaido. The Siberian Conflict ends as the last of paramilitary groups are finally put down.

However, with the Siberian government all but collapsed, it remains to be seen what exactly is to be done in the State of Siberia. At the same time, Iranian support of the paramilitary groups is finally revealed by the Eastern Russian Intelligence Agency. Iran, while apologising for their support, makes no material actions towards the Eastern Russian nation. Elsewhere, the world's problems continue. In China, the nanobotlia infection is all but rampant, with it spreading out of Inner Mongolia and into Western Mongolia, while it continues on into Northeast China.

Down below, Democratic South China launches the first major incursion of the conflict, pushing into Fujian and kicking off the first major advance. Between the efforts of Japanese, Australian and British forces in Hokkaido, a breakthrough occurs, with EMPs enabling JSDF forces to move further into the island, the infection finally turning around somewhere. S authorities in Honolulu, after miraculously evading international efforts for almost two years. The two children are expected to be sent back to Japan in foster care.

His reappearance also marks the discovery of the original blueprints for the nanobotlia, which are handed to U. S authorities. But China sees no respite. The Mongolian government abandons much of the country west of Ulaanbataar as it sets up defensive positions to prevent the nanobotlia infection from spreading eastwards, with cases beginning to appear in Zabakalsky Krai.

The Fujian front becomes a stalemate, the mountainous region becoming home to trenches and horrifying weather caused by Global Cooling. The South American War continues to heat up as renewed Brazilian offensives trigger a Federation pushback. While the Brazilian military advances into the Lower Amazon, the Federation launches an all-out naval invasion of Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, marking the first major incursion on American soil since the war of Federal Forces take Ponce, Mayaguez and other areas along the Puerto Rican coast, while Santo Domingo and San Pedro De Macoris become occupied by a large Federation force, the first of its kind seen since the original offensives of Panama becomes pressured by an ever-increasing Federation presence on their border, an invasion appearing imminent.

Egypt, Pakistan, and other remaining members instead join the G3, becoming the Eastern Cooperation Pact. Meanwhile, tensions begin to rise between Turkey and its Kurdish population due to alleged intensive violence committed against Kurdish populations on the Turkish-Syrian border. The heat continues to be turned up unnecessary notches in what is being called the Central African-Sudanese Conflict, with UN Peacekeepers struggling to protect neutral cities from harm by militias and loyalists in both nations.

Human rights violations committed by the militias and loyalists continue to be seen as chemical weapons, as well as what might be nanobotlia, are seen in the possession of differing groups in the region. With the Federation's first major incursion since the s comes a wave of escaping immigrants. Immigrants from Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic escape to Cuba and the United States as the war rages on, bombings going off day by day.

Hokkaido is largely cleared of the nanobotlia infection as the JSDF finally reaches Tomamu, the epicentre of the original outbreak. The JSDF stays behind to continue restoration efforts as well as to prevent further recurrences of the infection. At the same time, Russian Union efforts in Zabakalsky Krai allow the infection to be stopped quickly, although the nanobots spread unabated through Northeast China.

A beacon of hope lights in the war-torn world as the first man sets foot on Mars. They will remain for a month before launching back home towards Earth on board the aptly named Beacon spacecraft, returning in early The weapon is a slow-firing semi-automatic Enhanced Battle Rifle with a fast overheat and high energy usage, although that does not prevent speculation that widely-adopted laser weapons could come as soon as the next century.

On the precise anniversary of the movie's release, QHX uses their DeLorean to recreate the iconic time-travel scene from the movie as well as other stunts, gaining widespread attention. The Olympics, held in South Africa, is seen as a sign of uneasy peace in times of strife as the event goes largely peacefully, with little to no fights or brawls during the competition.

This results in what ultimately is seen as a moment of heralding in such a bloody world. At the same time, riding off their achievement the previous year, SpaceX reveals plans to produce the ICR - 'Inexpensive Civilian Rocket' - attempting to reduce the price of all spacecraft and rockets, even that of the reusable Falcon Heavy Boosters that the company monopolises, by utilising a recently declassified blueprint by the U.

S Air Force to create a cheaper rocket. It boasts of being able to build and fuel rockets for as little as ,, comparably little to the standard 40 million that the U. S government typically pays to launch a military satellite. Whether this is achievable remains to be seen. Protests break out in Northeast China, complaining of the government's poor response to the nanobotlia crisis in Beijing and Hebei, further throwing the weakened nation into chaos. The country puts itself under martial law, closing off all borders for good and beginning what appears to be a period of descent into authoritarian rule.

After 37 years, the world's longest-leading leader is finally thrown out of power. Rising tensions in Turkey amidst corruption scandal after corruption scandal finally allow the Turkish population to vote out the Erdogan administration, making it a hopeful moment for the country as the incoming administration, that of Ekrem Aksoy, promises to reverse Erdogan and his parents' legacies. Millions of Turks celebrate in Ankara, chanting, 'He is gone!

He is removed! Our revolution is vindicated! Among other things, the WRAF showcases the weapon's capabilities, from withholding 55 shots inside its small 'charge-magazine' to having a relatively low overheat for such a new weapon; however, the weapon is still incapable in combat. With an over 15 second recharge time and lack of easily available energy sources, the weapon still appears to be years from seeing widespread use.

On the civilian side of things, Joanna Rainman makes good on her boast.