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May 27th in history

Encyclopædia Britannica presents people and events from this day in history:

Hubert Humphrey: Biography of the Day

Hubert Humphrey

"And here we, just as we ought to be, here we are, the people, here we are in a spirit of dedication, here we are the way politics ought to be in America, the politics of happiness, the politics of purpose, and the politics of joy."

Hubert Humphrey

Born this day in 1911, Hubert Humphrey was the 38th U.S. vice president (1965–69), a presidential candidate (1968), and a liberal Senate leader (1949–65; 1971–78) whose political base was a Democrat-Farmer-Labor coalition.


 
Founding of St. Petersburg: 27 May 1703 - This Day in History

Founded this day in 1703 by Peter the Great, St. Petersburg has played a vital role in Russian history and is especially known as the scene of the 1917 revolutions and as a fiercely defended city during World War II.

More Events on this day:

1994: Exiled from the Soviet Union since February 13, 1974, for writing The Gulag Archipelago, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn returned to his homeland.

1993: A terrorist bomb went off in Florence, damaging a wing of the famous Uffizi Gallery.

1964: Former Indian prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru, a leader of the Indian independence movement of the 1930s and '40s, died in New Delhi.

1941: In World War II the British navy sank the German battleship Bismarck.

1905: The final conflict of the Russo-Japanese War, the Battle of Tsushima, commenced.

1889: The American petrochemical corporation South Penn Oil Co., later Pennzoil Company, was founded in Pennsylvania.

1660: The Treaty of Copenhagen between Sweden and Denmark-Norway was signed, concluding a generation of warfare between the two powers as well as helping to establish the modern boundaries of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.


 
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A single train track runs through a tunnel from east to west. One afternoon two trains run along the track at the same speed and enter the tunnel, one going east and one going west. Neither of the trains stop but they don't crash. Why not?
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