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This Day in History

Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Australian Explorers
1840  - Eyre names Mt Hopeless in South Australia in despair at the seemingly never-ending salt lakes. [more]
Australian History
1922  - Henry Lawson, one of Australia's best known writers, dies. [more]
1984  - Seven people are killed, including an innocent 14-year-old girl, in rival biker gang wars in Sydney, Australia. [more]
World History
459  - St Simeon Stylites, first and most famous of the "pillar-sitting hermits", dies. [more]
1666  - The Great Fire of London begins. [more]
1945  - Japan signs an unconditional surrender, officially ending WWII. [more]

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