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On 5 June 1968 Robert Kennedy the brother of John F. Kennedy and the Senator for New York was assassinated. These films examine the tragic event and its aftermath. http://bit.ly/2HSgK9q
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The 5 June also marks the 15th Anniversary of the death of Ronald Reagan who served as the 40th President of the U.S.. Look back on his life in this archive collection. http://bit.ly/2MoW4dH

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On 5 June 1975 the U.K. went to the polls to decide whether it wished to remain in the EEC (European Economic Community) a forerunner to the E.U.. This archive collection explores the history of the E.U. and the U.K.’s relationship with it. http://bit.ly/2Vnbwr0

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The 4 June also marks the 75th Anniversary of the Liberation of Rome by the Allies during World War Two (1939-1945). These films show their advance on the Italian capital and the liberation of the city. http://bit.ly/2MqdAOB

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The 4 June marks the 100th Anniversary of the U.S. Congress passing the 19th Amendment which prohibited the U.S. government from denying citizens the right to vote on the basis of sex. These films explore changing roles for women in the U.S.. http://bit.ly/2HSh3RC

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To explore these themes check out the complete films showcased in this video here: The 19th Amendment http://bit.ly/2HSh3RC The Liberation of Rome http://bit.ly/2MqdAOB The U.K.’s ‘First’ EU Referendum http://bit.ly/2Vnbwr0 Ronald Reagan Dies http://bit.ly/2MoW4dH Robert Kennedy Assassinated http://bit.ly/2HSgK9q D-Day http://bit.ly/2MoW5yh The Lateran Treaty http://bit.ly/2HSh7Rm Margaret Bondfield Becomes a Cabinet Minister http://bit.ly/2MqLW4a The First Oxford vs. Cambridge Boat Ra

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On 3 June a statue to Lily Parr is being unveiled in Manchester. She is considered to be one of the greatest female football players of all time scoring 900 goals over her 32-year career. Watch her play for Dick Kerr Ladies’ International here. http://bit.ly/2Mqr3py