We Ddid't Start The Fire

By maria a
  • Walter Winchell

    Walter Winchell
    an aggressive radio and newspaper journalist credited with inventing the gossip column.
  • red china

    red china Communist Party of China wins the Chinese Civil War, establishing the People's Republic of China. A series of worrisome Chinese statements and actions in the South China Sea.China’s own military capabilities grew, so too did its confidence and its regional pushiness. It clashed with Japan, Vietnam, and the Philippines in their territorial waters, and with the United States in international waters, harassing ship movements, seizing fishing boats, and cutting sonar cables.
  • Joe DiMaggio

    Joe DiMaggio
    Joe DiMaggio started and ended his major league career with the New York Yankees. DiMaggio helped the Yankees to nine World Series titles and broke the record for hits in consecutive games with 56. DiMaggio married Marilyn Monroe and was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame a year later. Died on March 08, 1999.
  • Johnnie Ray

    Johnnie Ray Ray was an American singer, songwriter, and pianist. Extremely popular for most of the 1950s, Ray has been cited by critics as a major precursor of what would become rock and roll.signs his first recording contract with Okeh Records, although he would not become popular for another two years.
  • James Dean

    James Dean
    -He starred in the film adaptation of the John Steinbeck novel East of Eden, for which he received an Oscar nomination. Dean was killed in a car crash and quickly became an enduring film icon. Dean attended Brentwood Public School. In 1949, Dean graduated from high school and moved back to California. He studied law at Santa Monica College. transferred to University of California, Los Angeles, and majored in theater
  • Mickey Mantle

    Mickey Mantle Mantle was 19 years old when he broke into the big leagues for the New York Yankees. an American baseball center fielder who played 18 seasons in Major League Baseball
  • Harry S. Truman

    Harry S. Truman inaugurated as U.S. president after being elected in 1948 to his own term; previously he was sworn in following the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt. He authorized the use of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan during World War II, on August 6 and August 9, 1945, respectively.
  • Joe McCarthy,

    Joe McCarthy, Senator, gains national attention and begins his anti-communist crusade with his Lincoln Day speech. born in Grand Chute, Outagamie County, Wis., November 14, 1908; attended a one-room country school.graduated from Marquette University at Milwaukee, Wis., with a law degree in 1935. died in the 1957.
  • Richard Nixon

    Richard Nixon
    first elected to the United States Senate.37th President of the United States, serving from 1969 to 1974,Nixon had previously served as a Republican U.S. representative and senator from California and as the 36th Vice President of the United States from 1953 to 1961.
  • Doris Day

    Doris Day Day enters the public spotlight with the films My Dream Is Yours and It's a Great Feeling as well as popular songs like "It's Magic"; and she is an American actress, singer, and animal rights activist. the quintessential all-American girl, continues to be revered by her fans, while the media still celebrate her as an actress and singer with a legendary Hollywood "girl next door" image.