Cosplay Wednesday for 6/21/2017



Here’s this week’s Cosplay Wednesday post! Hope you all enjoy!

Supergirl(no PS)++ by MolecularAgatha! 😀

Most everyone’s mad here by Yukilefay! ^_^

Zatanna Zatara by KiraNoel! 🙂

Batwoman cosplay, PANICOMIX 2017 by Shiera13! 😀

Nightwing by KayLynn-Syrin! 😀

Villain Batgirl by astelvert! ^_^

Duela Dent by RouseShinigamiCos! 🙂

Starfire Cosplay by tnbutterfly456! 😀

Today in history 6/21/2017


Today in history, The Peace of Breda ends the Second Anglo-Dutch War as the Dutch cede New Amsterdam to the English in 1667.

Today in historyChristopher Wren begins work on rebuilding St. Paul’s Cathedral in London after the Great Fire in 1675.

Today in history, C. H. McCormick patents the first practical reaper in 1834.

Today in history, Britain celebrates the golden jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1887.

Today in history, Germany uses poison gas for the first time in warfare in the Argonne Forest in 1915.

Today in history, Baseball legend Lou Gehrig (see picture below) is forced to quit baseball because of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis–a disease which wastes muscles in 1939.

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Today in history, Dr. Peter Goldmark (see picture below) demonstrates his “long-playing” record in 1948.

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Today in history 6/20/2017


Today in history, Roman and barbarian warriors halt Attila‘s army at the Catalaunian Plains in eastern France in 451.

Today in history, The Union of Kalmar unites Denmark, Sweden, and Norway under one monarch in 1397.

Today in history, Eli Whitney (see picture below) applies for a cotton gin patent in 1793.

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Today in history, 18-year-old Victoria (see picture below) is crowned Queen of England in 1837.

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Today in history, Charlotte M. Manye (see picture below) of South Africa becomes the first native African to graduate from an American University in 1901.

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Today in history, The U.S. Army Air Force is established, replacing the Army Air Corps in 1941.

Today in history, The United States and the Soviet Union agree to establish a hot line between Washington and Moscow in 1963.

Today in historyNATO declares an official end to its bombing campaign of Yugoslavia in 1999.

Today in history 6/19/2017


Today in history, Eratosthenes (see picture below) estimates the circumference of Earth using two sticks in 240 BC.

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Today in historyGeneral George Washington‘s troops finally leave Valley Forge after a winter of training in 1778.

Today in history, The Ottomans defeat the Greeks at the Battle of Dragasani in 1821.

Today in history, The New York Knickerbocker Club plays the New York Club in the first baseball game at Elysian Field, Hoboken, New Jersey in 1846.

Today in history, The Statue of Liberty (see picture below) arrives in New York City from France in 1885.

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Today in history, The National Archives and Records Administration is established in 1934.

Today in history, Nine entertainers refuse to answer a congressional committee’s questions on communism in 1958.

Today in history, Over 50,000 people march on Washington, D.C. to support the Poor People’s Campaign in 1968.

Today in history 6/18/2017


Today in history, German-born Frederick I, Barbarossa, is crowned emperor of Rome in 1155.

Today in history, The Dutch fleet sails up the Thames River and threatens London in 1667.

Today in history, British troops evacuate Philadelphia in 1778.

Today in history, The War of 1812 begins when the United States declares war against Great Britain in 1812.

Today in history, At the Battle of Waterloo (see picture below), Napoleon Bonaparte is defeated by an international army under the Duke of Wellington in 1815.

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Today in history, Allied forces on the Western Front begin their largest counterattack yet against the German army in 1918.

Today in historyAmelia Earhart (see picture below) becomes the first woman to cross the Atlantic by airplane in 1928.

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Today in history, Sally Ride (see picture below) becomes the first American woman in space in 1983.

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