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** Malbork, Poland, site of the Ordensburg Marienburg, formerly Marienburg in Westpreußen and during World War II, Nazi Stalag XX-B ( prisoner-of-war camp ) for enlisted men
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** International telephone system: landline connections to Latvia and Poland ; major international connections are to Denmark, Sweden, and Norway by submarine cable for further transmission by satellite
** Independence Day, commemorates the anniversary of Poland's assumption of independent statehood in 1918 ( Poland )
** Iraq War ( 2003 – 2011 ) – In 2003, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and Poland invaded and occupied Iraq.
** Nazi Germany invades Poland, Denmark, Norway, Benelux, and the French Third Republic from 1939 to 1941.
** Soviet Union invades Poland, Finland, occupies Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and Romanian region of Bessarabia from 1939 to 1941.
** Hitler advises Jozef Tiso to declare Slovakia's independence in order to prevent its partition by Hungary and Poland.
** At a meeting in Paris, French Foreign Minister Georges Bonnet meets with Soviet Ambassador Jakob Suritz, and suggests that a " peace front " comprising France, the Soviet Union, Great Britain, Poland and Romania would deter Germany from war.
** The Kriegsmarine orders all German-flagged merchant ships to head to German ports immediately in anticipation of the invasion of Poland.
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** Harpers Ferry Armory, second federal armory ( construction begun 1799 ) and site of John Brown's slave revolt of 1859
** The Garden Tomb, discovered in the 19th century, considered the actual site of Jesus ' grave by some Protestant Christians.
** Port Arthur massacre: Martin Bryant kills 35 people at the Port Arthur, Tasmania tourist site, Australia.
** A huge gas explosion at a subway construction site in Osaka, Japan kills 79 and injures over 400.
** Natural Resources Defense Council site on the Environmental Impacts of the World Trade Center Attacks
** Harrison Knob, a prominent hill and important archaeological site adjacent to the mouth of the Harrison River
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