In one of the bleakest hours of the war, January 20, 1940, Winston Churchill addressed England in a radio broadcast, painting a picture of hope using words from John 14: “The Day will come when. . . victorious nations. . .will plan and build in justice, in tradition, and in freedom a house of many mansions where there will be room for all.”
Born in 1643, Isaac Newton is arguably one of the most influential scientists in history. He best known for his work with the Laws of Motion, ultimately a contribution to Einstein’s theory of relativity.
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On October 12, 1945, President Harry Truman presented the Congressional Medal of Honor to Corporal Desmond Doss, the first ever awarded to a conscientious objector.