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    Iva Toguri D'Aquino, also known as "Tokyo Rose," is shown after her release from Federal Women's Reformatory in Alderson, West Virginia, Jan. 28, 1956. Tokyo Rose was released after serving 6 years of her ten-year sentence for good behavior. The Associated Press

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    Al Jolson performs in blackface makeup in the 1927 movie "The Jazz Singer." The Associated Press

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    Actor Kirk Douglas, left, in the title role as a Roman slave and gladiator, battles Woody Strode in the role of gladiator Draba in a scene from "Spartacus" filmed in Hollywood, Ca., April 1959. The Associated Press

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    Yom Kippur War. Israeli tank passing destroyed Syrian tank vehicle. The Associated Press

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    An Egyptian security guard screams at people as medics bring in a stretcher to carry the wounded after the attack which killed President Anwar Sadat, Oct. 6, 1981, as he watched a military parade. The Associated Press

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    Pope John Paul II acknowledges applause from President Jimmy Carter and other dignitaries as the pontiff is welcomed to the White House, Satuday, Oct. 6, 1979. The Associated Press

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    Hollywood Legend Bette Davis, who admits to being 79 years of age at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on Monday, Sept. 14, 1987, where she attended the launch of her new book. “This’n That”. The Associated Press

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