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1977: Women's Magazine "Emma" Launched in Germany  
A novel called "The Small Difference" made a great difference. Alice Schwarzer, active in the German and French feminist movements in the early 1970s, used the royalties from this novel to found her magazine.

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1874: Hugo von Hofmannsthal
1870: First Transcontinental Telegraph Line
1.2.2015 Greece has France's support in efforts to negotiate new bailout deal
France has pledged to help Greece's new government as it seeks a better deal with its international creditors. The pledge came during a meeting between Greece's new finance minister and his French counterpart in Paris.
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The first transcontinental telegraph went into service between London and the Teheran on February 1, 1870. When did the first transatlantic telegraph begin operation?
  1858
  1861
  1856
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