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During the war years in Solovki prepared "Sea Wolf"

August 5 2009
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August 5, 1921 in the U.S. city of Dayton, Ohio, was successfully tested the world's first car, radio controlled. The equipment is made from parts of the time, weighed several dozen kilograms and took a pretty big place. Nowadays, this technique is put into toy cars.

August 5, 1914 in the U.S. Cleveland, Ohio, appeared first in the world of traffic lights to regulate traffic. Device switches the red and green light, and also published a special sound.

August 5, 1858 opened the first transatlantic telegraph - between the U.S. and Britain. Queen Victoria exchanged greetings with the President of the United States, James Buchanan.

August 5, 1942 Solovetsky Islands opened the famous school of Jung of the Northern Fleet. During the war the order establishing it was signed by the Commander of the Navy of the USSR, Nikolai Kuznetsov. The school accepts young people 15-16 years of which did boatswains, steering, radio operators and minders. The school existed until 1945, it took 4,111 people, 15 of whom later became admirals and five were awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union.

August 5, 1956 at Moscow's huge Lenin Stadium - in the Luzhniki Stadium - the opening of the Games of I of the USSR. In the box for the honored guests were all members of the Politburo.

The first record of the country on a treadmill Grand Sports Arena of the Central Stadium have been installed in the women's 10,000 m (Vladimir Kutsem - hero of the upcoming Olympic Games in Melbourne) and in the 4x200 meters relay

On the same day on the Luzhniki arena hosted the first football match. Meet the team CDSA Moscow and Dynamo. The game ended with a score of 2:2, and the first goal was scored by Dynamo Shabrov.


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