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  • Max Planck

    Max Planck
    Max Planck discovered the quantum theory and recieved the Nobel Prize in physics in 1918. Quantum physics is the study of tiny subatomic particles.
  • Radio in the USA

    Radio in the USA
    The first radio broadcast started in 1909. This changed how news was spread and eventually revolutionized the music buisness.
  • Invention of Plastic

    Invention of Plastic
    The invention of plastic revolutionized the way products are packaged.
  • The Titanic Sinks

    The Titanic Sinks
    The Titanic was thought to be an unsinkable ship until disaster struck when it collided with an iceberg. The ship sunk and many people died in the icy water.
  • World War I Begins

    World War I Begins
    World War l began in Europe. It began after the assasination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand. The United States didn't enter the War until 1917.
  • Rosa Parks

    Rosa Parks
    Rosa Parks started the bus boycots in Alabama by refusing to give her seat to a white person. The Bus Boycots
  • World War I ends

    World War I ends
    The ending of World War I ends with Germany being defeated. The Treaty of Versailles officially ended the war in 1919.
  • Women Win RIght to Vote

    Women Win RIght to Vote
    Women gained the right to vote in 1920. Women's suffrage was a fight for all women across the country. Women protested and eventually gained male supporters in the 20th Century. The protests included marches and gatherings that weren't always peacefully.
  • Mohandas Gandhi

    Mohandas Gandhi
    Mohanda Gandhi started the nonviolence protesting in Inda. His goal was to get a reform in India.
  • US stock market crashes starting the Great Depression

    US stock market crashes starting the Great Depression
    The stock market crashed in the United States. It sent the whole country into what is calle the Gret Depression. This date also is refered to as "Black Thursday" when all the prices plummeted.
  • Jet Plane

    Jet Plane
    The first jet plane took off in 1939.This new technology changed air combat for the future.
  • Television Broadcasting in the USA

    Television Broadcasting in the USA
    Television in 1941 revoltuionized America's future generations. The first broadcast was in black and white. Color television din't come around until 1953 in America.
  • D-Day: Begining of WWII for USA

    D-Day: Begining of WWII for USA
    The United States invaded the beaches of Normandy. Forces arrived by parachute and by boat.
  • Holocaust Revealed

    Holocaust Revealed
    The Nazis' concentration camps were discovered and revealed to the world in 1945. The horrors of the Holocaust revovled around the genocide of millions of people.
  • Germany Surrenders

    Germany Surrenders
    Germany surrendered on May 7, 1945 ending World War II. THis date marks the end of the Nazis and liberation of people in holocaust camps.
  • Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

    Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
    The atomic bombs dropped in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan are the sites of the first atomic bombs to ever be used in war up to present day. The United States dropped the bombs because they believed it was neccessary to make the Japanese surrender. Ends War World II.
  • Jackie Robinson

    Jackie Robinson
    Jackie Robinson was an African American baseball who broke the color barrier in baseball. He became the first African American Major League Baseball player.
  • Israel Statehood

    Israel Statehood
    Israel defeated the Syrians. Eventual, after years of warfare, a truce was decided. The fighting stopped, temporarly, and Israel became idependent again.
  • US protects South Korea from the North

    US protects South Korea from the North
    The United States sent troops into Korea to protect the South from the North. The US still has troops stationed in Korea.
  • DNA Structure

    DNA Structure
    The discovery of the structure of DNA has led to a better understanding of genetics and the effects disease have on the body. It has also helped doctors and scientists to develope better more effective medicine.
  • Space Race Begins

    Space Race Begins
    The Soviet Union launched Sputnik into space. The Soviet Union and the United States were competeting with eachother in what is called the Space Race. The Soviets got the first space craft into space bu the United States had the first man walk on the moon.
  • First American in space

    First American in space
    Alan Shepard was the first American in space in 1961. This amazing accomplishment set NASA up for many years of technological break through.
  • Cuban Missile Crisis

    Cuban Missile Crisis
    The Cuban Missile Crisis was between Russia and the United States. Russia wanted to take part of Cuba to set nuclear weapons pointed toward the US. The first nuclear war was avoided.
  • Martin Luther King JR.

    Martin Luther King JR.
    Martin Luther King Jr. gave the "I Have a Dream" speech. It laste 17 minutes. He asked for racial equality for all people in this speech.
  • Warning of Smoking Hazards

    Warning of Smoking Hazards
    When th U.S. Surgeon General shared the news it was like a bomb exploded in the country. He mentioned in his report that cigerattes were the cause for the 70 percent increase in the mortality rate for those who do smoke.
  • The Beatles play in the USA

    The Beatles play in the USA
    The Beatles became one of America's favorite bands in 1964. They played on the Ed. Sullivan show.
  • First man walks on the moon

    First man walks on the moon
    Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon. He is also the first American to walk on the moon.
  • The World Wide Web

    The World Wide Web
    This new invention allowed documents to be browsed via the internet. It has changed the way the Internet works and what it is used for.
  • Pathfinder Lands on Mars

    Pathfinder Lands on Mars
    The pathfinder that lands on Mars marks future space explorations for NASA>
  • Sheep Clone

    Sheep Clone
    Scientists were successfull in cloning a sheep. This genetic break through has led to many other genetic building discoveries.