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1916, Anthony Quinn, actor.
1926, Queen Elizabeth II of Britain.
1935, Charles Grodin, actor, writer.
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756, B.C., that is! According to legend, Rome was founded.
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1972, Apollo 16's John Young & Charles Duke walked on the moon's surface.
1975, South Vietnam President Nguyen Van Thieu resigned after 10 years.
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