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1792: The sound of the "Marseillaise"  
On July 30, 1792, a war song was sung by the French army volunteers from Marseilles when they marched into Paris. It soon became a popular revolution song and, later, the French national anthem.

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1818: Emily Jane Brontë
1419: First Prague defenestration
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2.12.2021 German leaders approve new COVID curbs for unvaccinated
"Get a vaccine, get a booster ? that's how we get out of this crisis," Chancellor-designate Olaf Scholz said. Outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel said she is in favor of mandatory vaccinations.
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Who played "Heathcliffe" in the 1939 film version of Emily Bronte's novel "Wuthering Heights"?
  Lawrence Olivier
  Christopher Plummer
  Clark Gable
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