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31 May 2014[edit]

  • 21:03, 31 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the Gothic Revival mansion Spring Hall, Halifax(pictured) has been a boarding house, a ballet studio, a hospital and a register office?
  • .. that the roots of the cycad Macrozamia spiralis contain cyanobacteria, which assist their host by fixing nitrogen?
  • .. that the fan-made Sonic the Hedgehog game Sonic: After the Sequel includes power-ups from the Kirby series?
  • .. that Hungarian fencer Imre Gedővári won 10 national titles and 3 Olympic medals?
  • .. that in 2003 Mourneview Park was removed as a potential Irish Cup semi-final ground because of fans rioting?
  • .. that Meridian Dan has been a boxer, a waiter, a plasterer, an electrician, a steel erector, and a coded welder?
  • .. that the selection shadow concept states that the effects of aging are the result of old age being non-adaptive?
  • 04:48, 31 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Col.José María Pinedo(pictured) took part in Argentina's War of Independence, Civil Wars, and Cisplatine War, but failed to resist the British return to the Falkland Islands?
  • .. that the last murdered Jews of the Mińsk Mazowiecki Ghetto came from the iron foundry of K. Rudzki i S-ka?
  • .. that Tsering Samphel, a Congress Party candidate in the 2014 Indian general election, is a past president of the Ladakh Buddhist Association?
  • .. that British twopence coins minted in 1797 were known as 'cartwheels' due to their unusually large size and thick rim?
  • .. that comedian Red Skelton earned more from painting than from his television and radio career?
  • .. that the release of 1.5 million balloons in Balloonfest '86 snarled Cleveland airport and highway traffic, spooked horses, and interfered with US Coast Guardsearch and rescue efforts?
  • .. that, while a member of Belfast City Council, Lindsay Mason patrolled the city with a bow and arrow?

30 May 2014[edit]

  • 17:23, 30 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Nitro(pictured) is a roller coaster that features five inversions during each cycle of two and a half minutes?
  • .. that in a famous story in the Zhuangzi, Zhuangzi woke up from a dream wondering whether he was Zhuangzi dreaming of being a butterfly, or a butterfly dreaming of being him?
  • .. that after Spanish academic and politician Manuel Broseta was assassinated by ETA in 1992, a foundation named after him has handed out a Coexistence Prize every year?
  • .. that the farm of Økern is mentioned in documents dating from the 13th century?
  • .. that Lilian Helen Alexander was one of the first five women to study medicine at the University of Melbourne and the first female student admitted to an Australian residential college?
  • .. that Fay Crocker is the oldest golfer to win a major championship on the LPGA Tour?
  • .. that female Neotrogla have penis-like genitalia which are used to penetrate males during mating sessions lasting up to 70 hours?
  • 5:23, 30 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Garret Anderson(pictured) is the most recent Major League Baseball hitter to bat in 10 runs in one game, accomplishing the feat on August 21, 2007?
  • .. that the diet of the sooty gull includes turtle hatchlings and the eggs and chicks of other sea birds?
  • .. that NXT Arrival was the first live professional wrestling event streamed online via the WWE Network?
  • .. that Sergei Grigoriyevich Stroganov founded the first private academy of art in Russia using his own money?
  • .. that the Cape mountain toad is believed to be the only South African amphibian to lack a voice?
  • .. that in the 1980s, the rate of population growth in Juniata County was more than 50 times higher than the rate of population growth in Pennsylvania?
  • .. that the prince James of Aragon refused to have sex with his wife, renounced the crown, and became a monk?

29 May 2014[edit]

  • 14:00, 29 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the crescent on the flag of Uzbekistan(pictured) represents Islam, while the twelve stars symbolize the months of the Islamic calendar and the zodiac constellations?
  • .. that Liebe Sokol Diamond, who was born without several fingers, became an orthopedic surgeon specializing in children's hand deformities?
  • .. that Tintin in Tibet is the only Tintin story without an antagonist?
  • .. that the large claws of the mantis shrimpSquilla empusa are unfolded rapidly to spear, slash, and immobilise its prey?
  • .. that it was estimated that a band had accumulated at least $20,000 in royalty payments from an album of silence on Spotify?
  • .. that after the birth control pill was subsidized in the U.S. for poor Americans, black militants claimed that this was a form of black genocide?
  • .. that Jane Pauley, Margaret Mead, and Gloria Steinem were Supersisters?
  • 02:15, 29 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Thomas and Gilbert Murray Simpson designed 'a distinguished group of board schools' (one pictured) in the Victorian era for suburban areas of Brighton such as Elm Grove and Prestonville?
  • .. that in 1917, Czechoslovak Legionnaires on a Russian ship buried a Romanian socialist off the coast of Shetland?
  • .. that Titanfall won a record-breaking six E3 Critics Awards at the 2013 Electronic Entertainment Expo?
  • .. that Bosnian nobleman Vukosav Nikolić died during the Bosnian-Ragusan War?
  • .. that Prime Prep Academy, which was co-founded by professional football player Deion Sanders, later fired him as the school's head coach?
  • .. that as a teenager, Courtney Love performed at Mary's Club in Portland, Oregon?
  • .. that dancing frogs, found in the Western Ghats in India, wave their hindlegs while calling to attract mates?

28 May 2014[edit]

  • 14:30, 28 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that writer and pharmacist Hagop Terzian(pictured) was imprisoned, deported, and ultimately murdered during the Armenian Genocide?
  • .. that the 2001 Pepsi 400, the first race at Daytona International Speedway after Dale Earnhardt's death, was won by his son?
  • .. that outsider art dealer Monika Kinley started her career in the art world by selling postcards at the Tate Gallery?
  • .. that the chain moray sometimes forages in tide pools and can survive for up to half an hour out of water?
  • .. that Medal of Honor recipient Victor Vifquain attempted to kidnap Confederate President Jefferson Davis?
  • .. that Romance by Luis Miguel was credited by music critics for reviving the bolero genre?
  • .. that business author Liane Davey uses the label 'bobblehead' for a team that underperforms due to excess conformity?
  • 00:00, 28 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the Green Point Lighthouse(pictured) is the oldest operational lighthouse in South Africa?
  • .. that in September 1864, a thousand soldiers of the United States Army searched the valley of West Branch Fishing Creek for an alleged fortress manned by 500 armed deserters and draft evaders?
  • .. that Tan Boen Soan worked on the railway before becoming a film producer, novelist, and journalist?
  • .. that merchant David Olyphant of Olyphant & Co. was responsible for the dispatch of the first American Protestant missionary to China?
  • .. that the 1983 Automonopoli was a computer version of Monopoly marketed as the first to have an artificial intelligence strong enough to compete against human players?
  • .. that Pavle Đurišić emerged as one of the main commanders of the Uprising in Montenegro?
  • .. that it took seven statisticians 57 minutes to finalize the box score after the highest scoring men's basketball game in NCAA history had ended?

27 May 2014[edit]

  • 12:10, 27 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that marine zoologistDaphne Gail Fautin, described as the world authority on sea anemones(pictured), lives and works in landlocked Lawrence, Kansas?
  • .. that the September 1948 Florida hurricane was considered the worst tropical cyclone in Key West since 1919?
  • .. that Margaret Sanger called Greenwich Village activist Henrietta Rodman a 'Feminist of Feminists'?
  • .. that Josephine Gomon was recruited to work for the Ford Motor Company during World War II by Henry Ford himself?
  • .. that King Star King was released online as part of Adult Swim's pilot development contest, partnered with KFC?
  • .. that Czech footballer Roman Týce captained his country in the 2000 Summer Olympics football tournament?
  • .. that the British fourpence was known as a 'joey' after MPJoseph Hume, who spoke in favour of its introduction?
  • 00:25, 27 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the hymnal Praxis pietatis melica(cover pictured) by Johann Crüger contained first publications of songs by Paul Gerhardt?
  • .. that the annual 'Fatties versus Skinnies' soccer match in San Pedro de Santa Bárbara, Costa Rica, was started so people could identify each team's players, since they had no uniforms?
  • .. that Arthur Edmund Grimshaw, the organist at Leeds Cathedral for 30 years, was replaced by an 11-year-old boy?
  • .. that the first commercial stereoscopic video game was released in 1982?
  • .. that the Commonwealth War Graves Commission commemorates 1.7 million deceased Commonwealth military service members in 153 countries?
  • .. that Julia Archibald Holmes, a suffragist and friend of Susan B. Anthony, was also the first woman to climb Pikes Peak?
  • .. that Aghorissit on a corpse and meditate and finally decapitate the corpse to gain control over the soul of the deceased?

26 May 2014[edit]

  • 12:40, 26 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that at age 41, snowboarder Trent Milton(pictured) was the oldest Australian competitor at the 2014 Winter Paralympics?
  • .. that jockeyTom Goodisson won the Epsom Derby in 1813 on the black coltSmolensko, one of only two black horses to ever win the Derby?
  • .. that Dragoljub Jeličić, who fought against the invading Austro-Hungarian Army at the age of 12, was mentioned in the WWI memoirs of criminology pioneer Archibald Reiss?
  • .. that the star T Ursae Minoris is thought to have undergone a helium flash, seen from Earth in 1979?
  • .. that invitations to the NBA Draft Combine are based on a vote of National Basketball Association teams?
  • .. that 'The Little Things Give You Away' berates George W. Bush's response to Hurricane Katrina?
  • .. that Indian reverend P. B. M. Basaiawmoit‎ led campaigns against uranium mining in Meghalaya?
  • .. that the titular 'dewdrop' in the Indonesian war film Embun is love?
  • 00:55, 26 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that a World Heritage Site in Romania contains the fortified churches of Biertan(pictured), Câlnic, Prejmer, Saschiz, Valea Viilor, Viscri, and Dârjiu?
  • .. that Dragoljub Jeličić, who fought against the invading Austro-Hungarian Army at the age of 12, was mentioned in the WWI memoirs of criminology pioneer Archibald Reiss?
  • .. that half of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission-approved trout waters in Union County are in the watershed of Buffalo Creek?
  • .. that St. Mark's Bookshop is the oldest independent book store in Manhattan still owned by the original owners?
  • .. that footballerRené Bolf won the Gambrinus Liga with Sparta in his first season with the club, but returned to his former club, Ostrava, during the following season?
  • .. that the 1901 Louisiana hurricane was the first hurricane to strike the state in the month of August or earlier since 1888?
  • .. that drug lord Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán reportedly escaped from prison in a laundry cart?

25 May 2014[edit]

  • 13:10, 25 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Christian IV of Denmark-Norway(pictured) had Altenhus Fortress built in the far north of Norway, to defend his territorial claims there and secure the salmon fisheries of the Alta River?
  • .. that as a result of the royal baccarat scandal, Edward, Prince of Wales, became the first heir to the English throne to appear involuntarily in court for 480 years?
  • .. that the video game Escape from Woomera, which was built to criticize the treatment of asylum seekers in Australia, was funded by the Australian government's art funding body, the Australia Council?
  • .. that Setangan Berloemoer Darah was the second novel to be adapted to Indonesian film?
  • .. that the Poland–Ukraine border, the most often crossed eastern border of the European Union, is also a major smuggling route?
  • .. that Hanzelka and Zikmund traveled to 83 countries before being blacklisted by the Czechoslovakian government?
  • .. that the 20-cent U.S. Parcel Post stamp of 1912 had the distinction of being the first stamp in history to depict an airplane, six years before the U.S. Post Office issued an airmail stamp?
  • 01:25, 25 May 2014 (UTC)

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  • .. that in colonial Russian America, Alaskan parchment scrip currency (pictured) was sometimes printed on walrus hide?
  • .. that the National Football League's New York Giants traded two first-round NFL draft picks to the Minnesota Vikings for Fran Tarkenton in 1967, only to trade him back to the Vikings in 1972?
  • .. that the May 2014 bombing of the Carlton Citadel Hotel in Aleppo, Syria, was nearly identical to an attack on the same building three months earlier?
  • .. that Mahantango Creek is only 2 miles (3.2 km) long, but drains an area of 86 square miles (220 km2)?
  • .. that the German feminist newspaper Courage was named after the main character of Mother Courage and Her Children?
  • .. that footage from 12 oz. Mouse makes a cameo appearance in Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters?
  • .. that Joany Badenhorst, the first female snowboarder to represent Australia at the Winter Paralympics, was forced to withdraw after injuring herself in training on the morning of her event?

24 May 2014[edit]

  • 13:40, 24 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that when feeding, the grey red-backed vole(pictured) prefers bilberry to northern crowberry?
  • .. that the leaves of two species of the fossil plant genus Banksieaeformis resemble those of the living Banksia serrata?
  • .. that John Calvin Ferguson, a Canadian-born American, had a road named after him in the French concession of Shanghai, China?
  • .. that Stop the Music, the debut album by brother-sister hip hop duo New Breed, features a Latin influence that highlights the duo's Puerto Rican heritage?
  • .. that D. F. Landale became the first post-World War II Senior Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong in 1946?
  • .. that the Dutch-language Soerabaijasch Handelsblad used both Gregorian and Japanese dates in its almost 80 years of publication?
  • .. that in 1881, nine years after Lord Edward Thynne ran off with Marquess Townshend's wife, the Marquess attacked him with a horse whip?
  • 01:55, 24 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the Martian soil simulant(pictured) used by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center is made from Hawaiian volcanic ash?
  • .. that the 1855 death of law enforcement officer Andrew Bolon contributed to the outbreak of the Yakima War?
  • .. that in the 2014 ship collision off Po Toi, Zhong Xing 2, the ship that sank, was a third of the length of the other ship in the collision?
  • .. that because of the Heartbleed bug, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft joined the Core Infrastructure Initiative to help fund software projects like OpenSSL?
  • .. that the hymn 'Jesu, meine Freude' (Jesus, my joy) by Johann Franck and Johann Crüger mentions singing in defiance of the 'old dragon', death, and fear?
  • .. that Union Films' action film Harta Berdarah was released during Eid?
  • .. that Star Trek: The Next Generation'sCommander Riker once advertised products for Boole & Babbage?

23 May 2014[edit]

  • 14:10, 23 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Sanur(pictured), the fortified throne village of the Jarrar clan, withstood two sieges by Jezzar Pasha, the Ottoman governor of Acre?
  • .. that after Tamil regions of Travancore merged with Tamil Nadu, the leaders of Travancore Tamil Nadu Congress joined with Congress?
  • .. that during the 2013–14 Ivy League men's basketball season five of the eight teams earned postseason invitations?
  • .. that the Hammersley Fork watershed was heavily logged in the early 1900s, but has been home to almost no industrial activity since?
  • .. that 14-year-old Australian snowboarder Ben Tudhope was the youngest competitor at the 2014 Winter Paralympics in Sochi?
  • .. that most non-Peronist political parties in Argentina have united in the political coalition Broad Front UNEN?
  • .. that not only does Paratarsotomus macropalpis run at a speed equivalent to a human running at 1,300 mph (2,100 km/h), it also does so at temperatures lethal to most animals?
  • 00:15, 23 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Eastgate House, Rochester(pictured) is featured in Charles Dickens's novels The Pickwick Papers and The Mystery of Edwin Drood?
  • .. that Edmund Abel, who designed and patented the Mr. Coffeeautomatic dripcoffeemaker, did not drink coffee?
  • .. that the Indian town of Mannargudi developed around the Rajagopalaswamy temple?
  • .. that Oprah donated her Black Angel Collection to the Angel Museum?
  • .. that the Sun Bowl Committee's decision to exclude David Showell from playing in the 1949 Sun Bowl based on his race led to demonstrations at Lafayette College against segregation?
  • .. that the inland robust scorpion can remove 200–400 times its own weight in sand when building its burrow?
  • .. that the penalty circle on a field hockey pitch isn't really a circle?

22 May 2014[edit]

  • 12:30, 22 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Canis Major(depicted) contains the brightest star in the night sky?
  • .. that Glarentza was the most important town and main port of the Principality of Achaea in Frankish Greece?
  • .. that twelve pairs of cranial nerves control facial expression, and transmit facial sensation and the special senses of taste, hearing, balance, vision, and smell?
  • .. that José Mário Vaz, the newly elected President of Guinea-Bissau, is popularly nicknamed 'Jomav'?
  • .. that approximately one in 80,000 females is born without a cervix?
  • .. that fashion professor Louise Wilson's students included Christopher Kane, Jonathan Saunders, and Alexander McQueen?
  • .. that Union Films' 1941 film Soeara Berbisa was advertised as 'civilised' enough for European audiences?
  • 00:45, 22 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the Silent UnseenWacław Kopisto(pictured) was one of the 1943 rescuers of Armia Krajowaprisoners tortured at the Pinsk prison?
  • .. that when recording The Allman Brothers Band, Duane Allman's slide guitar solo on 'Dreams' reduced the rest of the band to tears?
  • .. that The Winston Blue is the largest flawless vivid blue diamond in the world?
  • .. that the Lexington Historical Museum is housed within an 1846 Presbyterian church?
  • .. that pianist Brad Mehldau compared the difficulty of composing music to a game of chess?
  • .. that the 2014–15 FA Cup will be the first time that artificial pitches are allowed in all rounds of the competition, after they were banned in 1995?
  • .. that the tower of Emmanuel Church, Preston, has gargoyles in the form of winged beasts?

21 May 2014[edit]

  • 11:10, 21 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the remains of the Swamp Ghost(pictured) are being restored at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Pearl Harbor?
  • .. that Alice Davis Menken's experience working with her synagogue sisterhood's settlement house led to her lifelong interest in assisting female Jewish immigrant juvenile delinquents?
  • .. that first impressions can be influenced by how many people you are with?
  • .. that Kim Booth, leader of the Tasmanian Greens, ran a sawmill in Meander, Tasmania?
  • .. that rapper Da' T.R.U.T.H. was able to experiment with diverse musical styles on Heartbeat because he released it through his own, newly established label?
  • .. that Machiavelli expert Lawrence Burd owned 8000 Penny Blacks?
  • .. that four women who received lab-grown vagina transplants recently reported normal function during sexual intercourse?

20 May 2014[edit]

  • 21:15, 20 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the threatened sandpaper wattle(pictured) is extinct at the site it was first collected?
  • .. that Marvin Gabrion was sentenced to death in Michigan despite the state's ban on capital punishment?
  • .. that the oldest Hasidicyeshiva in Israel is located in Shikun Chabad, Jerusalem?
  • .. that the Archbishop of Arezzo, Gentile de' Becchi, was employed as a tutor to a boy who became a cardinal at 13 and pope at 38?
  • .. that Umeå, a 2014 European Capital of Culture, is near an arboretum that specializes in growing plants for use at northern latitudes?
  • .. that communist parliamentarian Bhan Singh Bhaura survived the crash of Indian Airlines Flight 440?
  • .. that Nas' 'I Gave You Power' is written from the perspective of a gun?
  • 07:00, 20 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Pattycake(pictured) was one of 338 captive gorillas in North American zoos when she died in 2013?
  • .. that inter-crater plains form the oldest surface on Mercury?
  • .. that in 1927, while he was President of the Oregon State Senate, Henry L. Corbett served as acting Governor of Oregon twice?
  • .. that the DeCSS haiku was written in part to demonstrate the notion of computer code being considered as free speech?
  • .. that John R. Huizenga discovered the elements einsteinium and fermium in debris from a nuclear test of a fusion device, but considered cold fusion 'the scientific fiasco of the century'?
  • .. that A. R. Rahman, who won India's National Film Award for Best Music Direction for Roja, was initially tied with Ilaiyaraaja before the jury's chairman cast the deciding vote?
  • .. that the Mexican kingsnake is sometimes killed because it is misidentified as a venomous coral snake?

19 May 2014[edit]

  • 18:45, 19 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that before entering politics, British Member of ParliamentAyscoghe Boucherett became friends with Sir Thomas Lawrence, whose painting The Children of Ayscoghe Boucherett(pictured) is now held in The Louvre?
  • .. that anyone convicted of insulting 'Namibia, Land of the Brave' can be imprisoned for five years?
  • .. that Dieter Bortfeldt, an expert in detecting forged stamps, won 15 gold medals for his displays of the philately of Colombia?
  • .. that 'Cirrus' by Bonobo was featured in a mobile phone advert?
  • .. that chemist Madeleine M. Joullié developed indanediones, used by the U.S. Secret Service to detect fingerprints?
  • .. that, according to Japanese tradition, the Son of Heaven rules as a divine descendant of the sun goddess Amaterasu?
  • .. that during the panchayat elections of July 2013, Anubrata Mandal publicly encouraged Trinamool Congress supporters to hurl bombs at the police?
  • 01:30, 19 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Auschwitz prisoner FatherJózef Kowalski(pictured) was one of 108 Polish Martyrs beatified in front of 600,000 people by Pope John Paul II during a ceremonial mass?
  • .. that the Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Award was introduced in 1991 to boost quality of service and consumer satisfaction in India?
  • .. that Glee'sfifth season finale completed shooting 11 days before it was broadcast?
  • .. that Anne Nicol Gaylor started a medical fund that has raised money to help pay for nearly 19,000 abortions?
  • .. that St Joseph's Church, Preston, was built in a district of the town containing cotton mills, and was dedicated to Saint Joseph, the patron saint of workers?
  • .. that having defended a heavy water factory in the 1940 Norwegian Campaign, Captain Rolf Hauge led No. 5 Norwegian Troop of the No. 10 (Inter-Allied) Commando in the 1944 assault landings at Walcheren?
  • .. that the northern birch mouse is a skilful climber?

18 May 2014[edit]

  • 13:45, 18 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that a special effects expertfaked a moon landing(pictured) using black velvet, a rolling chair, and a heavily made-up actor?
  • .. that rapper Rich Homie Quan is featured on Mariah Carey's song 'Thirsty'?
  • .. that Theodora Cowan is regarded as the first Australian-born woman sculptor?
  • .. that 65% of male and female prisoners in New South Wales were sexually abused as children?
  • .. that despite being a Nevada resident at the time, Octavius D. Gass served as President of the Council (upper house) during the 4th Arizona Territorial Legislature?
  • .. that Relicanthus daphneae, originally thought to be one of the sea anemones, is so distinct from them that it belongs in a new order of its own?
  • .. that Ann Hunt and Elizabeth Hamel hold the Guinness World Record as the longest separated twins to be reunited?
  • 02:00, 18 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the ancient Scottish estate of Killiechassie(pictured), now the home of J. K. Rowling, is noted for its dovecote?
  • .. that, with his first entrant, California Chrome, 77-year-old Art Sherman became the oldest horse trainer to ever win the Kentucky Derby?
  • .. that Arsenal reached the 2014 FA Cup Final today without leaving London?
  • .. that the rebuilt Black Rock Harbor Light was predicted to withstand the 'storm of the ages'?
  • .. that Ofelia Rodríguez Acosta is one Cuba's most famous social reformers?
  • .. that Akrotiri and Dhekelia is one of the only two British Overseas Territory without its own unique flag?
  • .. that the home of David Hudson, founder of Hudson, Ohio, also served as the town's first post office, tavern, and court room?

17 May 2014[edit]

  • 14:15, 17 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the male of the frog species Allobates femoralis(pictured) carries his tadpoles to pools of water?
  • .. that during World War I, Violet Manners, Duchess of Rutland, converted her London house into a hospital?
  • .. that 'Good Old Arsenal' was the first FA Cup Final record released?
  • .. that there is a 19th-century German cannon in People's Park, Nanning, China?
  • .. that Emanuel Snowman was famous for dealing in Easter eggs, one of which sold for a world record $9.6 million in 2002?
  • .. that Chase Williamson graduated from USC weeks before being cast in John Dies at the End?
  • .. that musicians often mimic barnyard animal sounds with voices and instruments in the American blues song 'Little Red Rooster'?
  • 02:30, 17 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Beijing's Dongcheng District(view from Dongzhimen, pictured) has more than a quarter of the city's Major National Historical and Cultural Sites?
  • .. that after originating the role of Lady Sangazure in The Sorcerer, Mrs Howard Paul walked out of the cast of H.M.S. Pinafore when her part was reduced?
  • .. that the Hindu Temple of Dayton in Ohio was consecrated in 1985 and underwent two years of renovations starting in 2011?
  • .. that Turkish-Romani musician Selim Sesler was called 'the Coltrane of the clarinet”'?
  • .. that Grevillea laurifolia was so named for the resemblance of its leaves to those of laurel?
  • .. that although Emil Tamsen fought for the British in the First Boer War, he became a friend of the Boer leader Paul Kruger?
  • .. that when two members of alternative rock band Too Much Joy posted 13 songs online under the name Wonderlick, they made $12,000 from online donations alone?

16 May 2014[edit]

  • 12:00, 16 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that City Church, Preston(pictured), which is now Pentecostal, was originally a Wesleyan Methodist Church?
  • .. that Euthymius I became Patriarch of Constantinople because his predecessor, Nicholas Mystikos, refused to sanction Emperor Leo VI's un-canonical fourth marriage?
  • .. that ecological-evolutionary theory posits that level of technology is the key factor in whether societies flourish or perish?
  • .. that Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum is India's first studio-backed short film made exclusively for the Internet?
  • .. that footballerFrantišek Rajtoral was one of two players sent off in the inaugural Czech Supercup?
  • .. that PETA's browser games regularly satirize popular franchises like Mario and Pokémon?
  • .. that aspiring politician Will Straw is the candidate for a constituency next to his father's?
  • 00:00, 16 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the viral videoI Am a Ukrainian(scene pictured) has had by far the greatest impact of any video from the 2014 Ukrainian revolution, according to the BBC?
  • .. that, as a member of the Tennessee legislature after the Civil War, Charles Inman supported measures to deny voting rights to former Confederates?
  • .. that at full capacity the Cruachan Power Station drains 200 cubic metres (260 cu yd) of water per second from Cruachan Reservoir?
  • .. that boxing champion Bubi Scholz won his first fight as a professional boxer without previously competing as an amateur?
  • .. that the bell from Oregon City College was given to what is now Linfield College after the former was dissolved?
  • .. that J. J. Abrams cast the unknown Daisy Ridley over Academy Award-winner Lupita Nyong'o in Star Wars Episode VII?
  • .. that the Piemontese wine grape Baratuciat may be named after cats' testicles?

15 May 2014[edit]

  • 12:00, 15 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Mount St Mary's Church, Leeds(pictured), was built on an abandoned mine and has a bricked-up access to the mine from the sacristy?
  • .. that the Valls Cabinet is the first French cabinet with a foreign-born prime minister?
  • .. that the 'Billy Boys' was ruled as a tolerated historic song by UEFA despite it being banned in Scottish football grounds due to sectarianism?
  • .. that at one time Nortel's Carling Campus in Ottawa, Canada, represented the city's aspirations of becoming a technology hotbed?
  • .. that American journalist and author William Honan helped solve a 1945 heist in Quedlinburg, Germany, in which over US$200 million worth of items were stolen?
  • .. that a GamesRadar writer simply stated 'Total bitch' about Amy Rose in an article with several sentences about each of the other Sonic the Hedgehog characters?
  • .. that in the first episode he wrote for Glee, starring actor Chris Colfer cast himself as Peter Pan?
  • 00:00, 15 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Pevensey Castle(gatehouse pictured), originally a Roman Saxon Shore fortress, was reoccupied by the British, Canadian, and United States armies in 1940 to guard against a German invasion?
  • .. that female gregarious slender salamanders often lay their eggs in communal nests?
  • .. that since 1995, the National Weather Service office in Miami, Florida, has been co-located with the National Hurricane Center on the campus of Florida International University?
  • .. that for Glee's 'Back-up Plan', Shirley MacLaine sang a Janis Joplin song for the first time?
  • .. that Peder Kolstad's cabinet supported a private Norwegian occupation of Eastern Greenland?
  • .. that in field hockey, the penalty shoot-out format no longer involves penalty strokes?
  • .. that the songs 'Wop' (2011) and 'Don't Drop That Thun Thun' (2012) were both popularized in 2013 by viral videos involving twerking?

14 May 2014[edit]

  • 11:52, 14 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that a silver bowl (pictured) from the 4th-century Carthage Treasure shows chased and hammered pastoral scenes in relief around the edge?
  • .. that the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee reported a resolution to the full Senate in preparation for the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide?
  • .. that the Lilpop, Rau i Loewenstein factory was the largest manufacturing company in Poland before being destroyed by the Germans during World War II?
  • .. that the United States Agency for International Development covertly developed ZunZuneo, the 'Cuban Twitter', allegedly as a means of fomenting dissent similar to that of the Arab Spring?
  • .. that the upcoming television series, Agent Carter, was inspired by a short film, also titled Agent Carter?
  • .. that Serbian Orthodox monk Jovan Maleševac collaborated in 1561 with the Protestant reformerPrimož Trubar to print religious books in Cyrillic?
  • .. that most cases of fusion of the labia minora do not require treatment since they resolve naturally?

13 May 2014[edit]

  • 23:37, 13 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the Three Virtues bothered Christine de Pisan until she got out of bed and wrote The Treasure of the City of Ladies(pictured)?
  • .. that actress Camilla Arfwedson attended three auditions to secure the role of Holby City character Zosia March?
  • .. that in 1869 St Thomas' Church, Preston, contained a curtained pew that was occupied by the local Member of Parliament?
  • .. that David Leyonhjelm, who will sit in the Australian Senate from July, has been described as a 'libertarian purist', and compared to Ron Paul?
  • .. that the French heavy-lift shipSS Kanguroo had to have her bow dismantled to load the submarines that she was designed to transport?
  • .. that artist Chizuko Judy Sugita de Queiroz was chosen as Nisei Week Queen in 1953?
  • .. that the Pony Express Bible was given only with a signed frontier pledge of loyalty, honesty, and sobriety?
  • 11:22, 13 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the coat of arms of Fiji(pictured) was retained after independence from the United Kingdom in 1970, partly because of its links to the last Fijian king, who ceded his country to Britain?
  • .. that despite winning the Baja 1000 four times (twice overall) in off-road competition, Mark Stahl never finished better than 16th in NASCARWinston Cup Seriesstock cars?
  • .. that the natural monumentVápenice in the Czech Republic is a former limestone quarry?
  • .. that Doris Huestis Speirs, after whom an annual prize bestowed by the Society of Canadian Ornithologists is named, exhibited her paintings with the Group of Seven and the Canadian Group of Painters?
  • .. that Xining's People's Park was designed by a recent college graduate?
  • .. that the syndicalistLéa Roback opened the first Marxist book store in Montreal?
  • .. that Umeå Energi set up lamps in bus shelters to avoid people getting SAD?

12 May 2014[edit]

  • 10:36, 12 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the foreman of a grand jury in the Wham Paymaster Robbery case complained that judge William H. Barnes(pictured) was exerting inappropriate influence on government witnesses?
  • .. that SpaceX is working on bringing orbital rockets back to the launchpad and landing them on landing legs?
  • .. that Antonín Kinský was part of the Czech Republic squad at UEFA Euro 2004 and the 2006 FIFA World Cup, although he played at neither tournament?
  • .. that the 2014 adaptation of Rosemary's Baby starring Zoe Saldana is set in Paris rather than New York City like the original novel?
  • .. that two Boeing 747s landed on a 50-foot (15 m) wide runway when they were delivered to the South African Airways Museum Society?
  • .. that People's Park, Chengdu, has a monument commemorating those who died protecting railways?
  • .. that Wilfred T. Webb delivered Arizona's official 1912 electoral vote certificate a day late because he stopped en route to Washington D.C. to court his future wife?

11 May 2014[edit]

  • 22:21, 11 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that after the Hildesheim Cathedral, a World Heritage Site, was destroyed in World War II, the westwork (pictured) was restored without the additions made in 1840?
  • .. that to avenge the execution of her son, Mother Lü beheaded her son's killer, sacrificed his head on her son's tomb, and became the first female rebel leader in Chinese history?
  • .. that an imperforate hymen is the most common congenital cause of vaginal obstruction?
  • .. that Mahatma Gandhi founded the Harijan Sevak Sangh to remove untouchability from Indian society?
  • .. that U.S. MarshalWilliam K. Meade organized the liberation of Arizona Territorial Governor C. Meyer Zulick from imprisonment in Mexico?
  • .. that part of The Black Eyed Peas' song 'Boom Boom Pow' was inspired by Bizarre Inc's 'I'm Gonna Get You'?
  • .. that Benedict Cumberbatch has been called the 'Thinking Woman's Crumpet'?
  • 10:06, 11 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the National Library of the Czech Republic(pictured) won the inaugural UNESCO Jikji Prize?
  • .. that DNA base flipping is used in DNA replication, DNA methylation and RNA transcription?
  • .. that Turkish painter İbrahim Balaban's talent was discovered in prison by fellow inmate and famous Turkish poet Nâzım Hikmet Ran, who called him 'my peasant painter'?
  • .. that B. R. Ambedkar published Annihilation of Caste, his speech intended for an anti-caste conference, after his invitation to present it was withdrawn?
  • .. that Nicholas Snowman is the third generation chairman of the jewellers Wartski, who made the ring for the 2011 Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton?
  • .. that the new bark of Eucalyptus alba is pink?
  • .. that Teri Gender Bender has incorporated raw meat into her performances and has been compared to both Björk and Siouxsie Sioux?

10 May 2014[edit]

  • 21:51, 10 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Devika Rani(pictured), the first recipient of the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, is credited as having sung Bollywood's first English song?
  • .. that Exeter Chiefs hosted the New Zealand national rugby union team's first game in the Northern Hemisphere, where they became known as the All Blacks?
  • .. that a painting by Mallica 'Kapo' Reynolds was selected by the Jamaican government as a gift for the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana?
  • .. that the first legally recognized strike in Costa Rica was organized by Italian immigrants building railroads?
  • .. that early members of the Ladies' Scottish Climbing Club would often take off their long skirts to climb in knickerbockers?
  • .. that according to tradition, American spy Anna Strong signalled members of the Culper Ring during the American Revolutionary War with her petticoat?
  • .. that Chicagoland was produced to help CNN be less dependent upon the 24-hour news cycle?
  • 09:36, 10 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the Thousand-year Rose(pictured) is believed to be the world's oldest rose?
  • .. that Betty Bone Schiess is one of the Philadelphia Eleven, leaders in the movement to allow the ordination of women in the Episcopal Church?
  • .. that Maia Makhateli felt it was hard to be paired with her brother David Makhateli while dancing the ballet Romeo and Juliet?
  • .. that the recreations stated by University of Nottingham Professor Jeremy Lawrance in Who's Who include 'searching for stone circles' and 'evading capture by elephants'?
  • .. that the Lesbian Tide has been called the United States' first national lesbian newspaper?
  • .. that Purvis Short is the Golden State Warriors' seventh all-time leading scorer?
  • .. that an investment fund named in honor of Charles R. Blyth was established at Stanford University to allow finance students to make decisions with real money?

9 May 2014[edit]

  • 21:21, 9 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Euthymius, the metropolitan bishop of Sardis, played a leading role in the ending of the first period of Byzantine Iconoclasm, and was martyred(pictured) during the second?
  • .. that organist Karl Ludwig Gerok, who studied and taught at the Musikhochschule Stuttgart, composed chorale preludes on 'Aus tiefer Not' and 'Gelobt sei Gott'?
  • .. that in its earlier years, the soft drinkBludwine was marketed as having health benefits, such as aiding in digestion, and some physicians in Georgia prescribed it to their patients?
  • .. that French printer Denis Janot (fl. 1529–1544) came from families of printers on both sides and married into another family of printers, and after his death his wife married another printer?
  • .. that there are nearly 900 macroinvertebrates per square meter in the lower reaches of West Creek?
  • .. that Kalman Mann, a seventh-generation Jerusalemite, passed the entrance exam at the London School of Economics though he could barely speak English?
  • 01:45, 9 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the Carta marina, a 16th-century map of Scandinavia by Olaus Magnus, depicts otter fishing(pictured)?
  • .. that Daniel Suárez won the first three races he competed in in 2014, across two different racing series?
  • .. that 'Onward, Christian Pilgrims' has replaced 'Onward, Christian Soldiers' in some British hymnals?
  • .. that Nick Principe became a stunt performer so he could portray monsters in films?
  • .. that Yalçın Granit became the first Turkish basketballer to play in a European team when he went to France for his doctoral studies?
  • .. that Thief: Deadly Shadows contains a level designed to be the scariest in any video game?
  • .. that Kenneth Snowman was one of the few people to appear as himself in a James Bond story?

8 May 2014[edit]

  • 14:00, 8 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Marcel Hug(pictured), 'The Silver Bullet', has won the Paris, Berlin, New York and London wheelchair marathons?
  • .. that the Berkshire No. 7, Elmer S. Dailey, and Priscilla Dailey, which sank together in 1974, are the only National Register of Historic Places-listed shipwrecks in Connecticut?
  • .. that the life story of actress and television presenter Štěpánka Haničincová was the subject of a 2003 documentary?
  • .. that actress Samira Wiley works on Orange Is the New Black alongside a writer and another cast member with whom she became friends while attending the Juilliard School?
  • .. that the newest Interstate Highway designation in Michigan is Interstate 73, but it has never been built?
  • .. that Assam state communist leader Drupad Borgohain was born on the anniversary of the October Revolution?

7 May 2014[edit]

  • 23:46, 7 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 is the first film ever to be shot at casino Wynn Las Vegas(pictured), by permission of casino developer Steve Wynn?
  • .. that at age 23, poet Armen Dorian was arrested in the middle of the night and ultimately murdered during the Armenian Genocide?
  • .. that in the 1972 by-election to the Gird seat in the Madhya Pradesh assembly, Vijaya Raje Scindia's candidate was defeated by the communist Balkrishna Sharma?
  • .. that Portuguese Captain André Furtado killed Puvirasa Pandaram, king of the Jaffna Kingdom, in 1591?
  • .. that the first act of the 1893 play Anatol earned playwright Arthur Schnitzler the title of 'psychological depth researcher' from Sigmund Freud?
  • .. that in 2012–13, the Himadri Station, India's first research base in the Arctic, was manned for 185 days, with 25 scientists visiting it to carry out studies?
  • .. that Grammy Award-winning anthropologistLuis Kemnitzer posed naked for a calendar when he was in his mid-seventies?
  • 11:31, 7 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the flower spikes of Banksia praemorsa(pictured) can reach 27 cm (11 in) high?
  • .. that Belgian tennis champion Philippe Washer lent his Ferrari 250 Europa GT Pinin Farina Coupé to his cousin, driver Olivier Gendebien, who then finished third at the 1955 Liège-Rome-Liège rally?
  • .. that Igone de Jongh, principal dancer with the Dutch National Ballet, is featured in Anouk's music video Birds, the official Netherlands entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2013?
  • .. that readers of Focus: A Journal for Lesbians could pay extra to buy the magazine in a brown wrapper?
  • .. that Tom Hulatt finished third when the barrier of running a mile in under four minutes was broken 60 years ago today?
  • .. that the U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance commissioned a survey which found that 72% of consumers said they knew little or nothing about farming or ranching?

6 May 2014[edit]

  • 15:05, 6 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that John C. Bowers(pictured) was a founder of the first African-American Grand United Order of Odd Fellows in Pennsylvania?
  • .. that wrestlers Cody Rhodes and Goldust are sons of WWE Hall of Famer 'The American Dream' Dusty Rhodes?
  • .. that the Shriners Hospital for Children in Portland, Oregon underwent a $70 million expansion that reduced the number of beds at the hospital?
  • .. that in 1975, the former general secretary of the Israeli Communist Party, Shmuel Mikunis, joined the dissident Israeli Communist Opposition?
  • .. that Rocket Fizz, a candy company and franchise chain, produces and markets a ranch dressing-flavored soft drink?
  • 02:10, 6 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that even though the range of the Beautiful Nuthatch(pictured) is very large, approaching 376,000 km2 (234,000 mi2), the species is nevertheless rare, being highly localized in its distribution?
  • .. that Josephine Brown and Susan Paul were the first African American women biographers?
  • .. that four-eyed harvestmen known as Tetrophthalmi once roamed the Earth?
  • .. that Alma Wagen was the first female guide employed by Mount Rainier National Park?
  • .. that Howard T. Fisher designed the House at 130 Mohegan Avenue?
  • .. that Canadian lawyer David Scearce wrote the screenplay for A Single Man in his spare time?

5 May 2014[edit]

  • 15:45, 5 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Arkwright House, Preston(pictured), has been called one of the birthplaces of the Industrial Revolution?
  • .. that Tharanga Goonetilleke is the first Sri Lankan woman to attend the Juilliard School, one of the world's leading music schools?
  • .. that Genetics and the Origin of Species by Theodosius Dobzhansky united genetics with Darwin's theory of evolution?
  • .. that in 1965 Yvette Vaucher became the first woman to climb the Matterhorn's north face?
  • .. that the spiralling whitefly, a major agricultural pest, has spread rapidly in tropical and subtropical regions since the mid-20th century?
  • .. that German art photographer Michael Wesely recorded the reconstruction of Berlin's Potsdamer Platz and New York's MoMA using exposures of up to three years?
  • 06:30, 5 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that One World Trade Center(pictured), at 1,776 feet (541 m) tall, is the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere?
  • .. that Five Days at Memorial is a non-fiction book by Sheri Fink based on her Pulitzer Prize-winning article about the euthanasia of patients at Memorial Medical Center during Hurricane Katrina?
  • .. that two Harley-Davidson dealers from New Zealand started the Nairn Transport Company, which ran Buicks and Cadillacs across the desert from Beirut to Baghdad?
  • .. that Johannesburg has two Chinatowns, the first one on Commissioner Street?
  • .. that the Durtnell family firm, which originally built Poundsbridge Manor in 1593, also repaired the house after it was bombed in World War II?
  • .. that several U.S. companies produce bacon soda, a bacon-flavored soft drink?

4 May 2014[edit]

  • 20:15, 4 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Vera Bogdanovskaia(pictured) was killed in 1896 while trying to make H-C≡P, a chemical not successfully synthesized until 1961?
  • .. that after the British National Board for Prices and Incomes was closed, member Hugh Clegg wrote a book entitled How to Run an Incomes Policy, and Why We Made Such a Mess of the Last One?
  • .. that Pete Hampton is believed to be the first African American to make a harmonica recording?
  • .. that electronic musician Peaches is featured on the remix of Natalia Kills' song 'Trouble'?
  • .. that Qingdao Airlines, a Chinese air carrier that launched operations in April 2014, aims to become a 'boutique airline'?
  • .. that football coach Choo Seng Quee was a British agent during World War II?
  • 07:30, 4 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Massimo Tamburini, the self-trained 'Michelangelo of motorbike design', and creator of the Ducati 916(pictured), began his career by making heating ducts?
  • .. that the music video for 'Vida' by Ricky Martin was filmed in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil?
  • .. that former President of the Senate of JamaicaSyringa Marshall-Burnett applied to train as a nurse at age 14?
  • .. that there were only 61 known plants of the endangered shrub Banksia montana in the wild in 2004?
  • .. that although it was banned at the time, the communist newspaper al-Qaidah was probably one of the most read publications in Iraq in 1947?
  • .. that former Massachusetts House Ethics Committee Chairman Stephen W. Doran has been compared to Breaking Bad'sWalter White?

3 May 2014[edit]

  • 20:35, 3 May 2014 (UTC)

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  • .. that in 2005, about 1.5 billion people lived in earth structures(example pictured)?
  • .. that Joseph D. Bryant secretly operated on President Grover Cleveland to remove a cancerous growth from the roof of his mouth?
  • .. that both teams in the 2014 Coppa Italia Final lost the first leg of their semi-finals?
  • .. that Preston Central Methodist Church was one of the first public buildings in England to be lit by gas?
  • .. that G. Nagesh was one of the youngest candidates to be elected to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly in 1994?
  • .. that A Railway Collision, one of the first British films to use scale models, was thought to be so realistic that audiences were convinced that it showed a genuine rail disaster?

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  • 10:00, 3 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Chu Teh-Chun's(pictured) portrait of his wife was praised as the 'Mona Lisa of the East'?
  • .. that the February 4, 2014, debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham on the viability of Young Earth creationism was watched by about 3 million people live on the Internet, according to one estimate?
  • .. that though Przevalski's Nuthatch has been treated as conspecific with the White-breasted Nuthatch, a 2014 phylogenetic study found them to be only distantly related within their genus?
  • .. that Vika Lusibaea, only the second woman ever to sit in the National Parliament of Solomon Islands, was elected to replace her husband Jimmy 'Rasta', a former warlord convicted of assault?
  • .. that the music video for the song 'Adore You' appears to simulate a sex tape?
  • .. that Major Digby Tatham-Warter disabled a Nazi armoured car with an umbrella while wearing a bowler hat?

2 May 2014[edit]

  • 23:57, 2 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that during the Nazi era, Hedwig Bollhagen took over a Jewish workshop under 'questionable circumstances' to make quality ceramics (example pictured)?
  • .. that American pioneers following the Oregon and California trails passed over O'Fallons Bluff on their way west during the 19th century?
  • .. that Léon Amédée François Raffenel and Charles Rondony, who were killed in action on 22 August 1914, were the first French generals to die in World War One?
  • .. that the 2014 Newark mayoral election will be the first since the resignation of Cory Booker?
  • .. that one reviewer said that the 1991 gay pornographic film Jumper was 'modeled somewhat' on the 1978 film Heaven Can Wait?
  • .. that Home Run Baker only hit 96 home runs, and never more than 12 in a baseball season?
  • 15:42, 2 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that Ida Brun(pictured) captivated Europe with her mimoplastic art?
  • .. that the 2012 Summer Paralympics was the largest Paralympics ever?
  • .. that Ko Ko Gyi, a Burmese democracy activist who spent over 17 years in prison on multiple occasions between 1989 and 2012, may run for parliament in the next Burmese election?
  • .. that the mayor of the municipal government of King, Ontario in Canada also automatically becomes a member of York Regional Council as a result of a 'double direct' election?
  • .. that Samuel Bowen introduced the soybean to North America?
  • .. that 21 Squadron SAAF has an aircraft called 'Fish eagle'?
  • 07:27, 2 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that 2014 Grand National winner Pineau de Re was ridden by Leighton Aspell(pictured), who retired in 2007?
  • .. that rugby union player George Aitken captained New Zealand against South Africa before later playing for Scotland in their first ever Five NationsGrand Slam?
  • .. that actor Rob Mayes once wanted to be a U.S. Navy SEAL?
  • .. that the bomb detection dogSasha is to be posthumously awarded the Dickin Medal, known as the animals' Victoria Cross?
  • .. that the performance of 'Stand and Sing of Zambia, Proud and Free' can be changed and restricted by the President?
  • .. that Pappa Umanath was not allowed by prison authorities to attend her mother's funeral because she refused to quit the Communist Party of India?

1 May 2014[edit]

  • 15:21, 1 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that the Liberec Region is home to 11 national cultural monuments including the Ještěd Tower(pictured)?
  • .. that World War II resistance fighter Jerzy Zakulski, who rescued a Jewish mother and child from the Kraków Ghetto, was executed by Poland after the war?
  • .. that United States president Abraham Lincoln learned his ABCs when he attended a blab school which he walked to in his youth?
  • .. that Michael Kessler and Til Schweiger started their film acting career with Manta, Manta?
  • .. that William T. Carneal was killed on Saipan on July 7, 1944, but his remains were not found until March 2013?
  • .. that Passionate Journey contains only pictures, and was named as Thomas Mann's favourite film—but is a novel?
  • 07:06, 1 May 2014 (UTC)
  • .. that in 1888, in San Francisco Bay, RMS Oceanic rammed SS City of Chester and cut through her 'as though she was a cheese' (accident pictured)?
  • .. that a deceptive 1883 land deal between Josef Frederiks II and Adolf Lüderitz established the colony of German South-West Africa?
  • .. that upon his being hired by the police, Commander X was hailed in the press as a 'mystery supremo', yet journalists have claimed to know his identity?
  • .. that American singer Jenni Rivera earned five posthumous awards in the 2013 Lo Nuestro Awards?
  • .. that writer-director Sophie Barthes made the film Cold Souls after having a dream about Woody Allen's soul?
  • .. that Ljiljana Raičević established the first shelter in Montenegro for victims of domestic violence?
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