Polish Army Fail, Alicante Fascists Attack, Anwar al-Sadat Dead

On this day: October 6
Last Polish army is defeated (1939)

LSD is declared illegal in the United States (1966)

In Alicante, Spain, fascists attack a group of MCPV militants and sympathizers, and one MCPV sympathizer is killed (1977)

President of Egypt, Anwar al-Sadat is gunned down by a member of the Islamic Group after a fatwā approving the assassination was issued by "The Blind Sheikh", Omar Abdel-Rahman(1981)

President B. Hussein Obama, speaking at a press conference from the White House, urges Senate passage of his so-called American Jobs Act (2011)

b: Joseph Lowery (1921); d: Leonardo Conti (1945), Anwar al-Sadat (1981)

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