4th September

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1997 Suicide bombs in Jerusalem A series of suicide bomb attacks in Jerusalem leaves 8 people dead.
1985 Titanic wreck photographed The wreck of the liner Titanic is photographed using remote control underwater cameras.
1982 Greenham Common protest begins A peace protest against the deployment of cruise missiles starts at the American Aif force base at Greenham Common.
1972 Olympics Swimmer Mark Spitz becomes the first person to win seven gold medals in a single Olympics, when the US win the 400 metre relay in Munich.
1964 Queen Elizabeth II opens the Forth bridge Queen Elizabeth II opens the Forth road bridge over the Firth of Forth in Scotland, the longest suspension bridge in Europe at 6,156 feet.
1944 Brussels is liberated Allied forces liberate Brussels and Antwerp in Belgium.
1901 Taff Vale ruling threatens Unions The House of Lords rules that Trade Unions are to become liable for financial losses of companies affected by industrial action The Trades Union Congress promised to fight the ruling
1888 Kodak George Eastman patents his roll film camera and registers the trademark Kodak.
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