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Today in History for November 9th

USATODAY.com Saturday, 9 November 2019
Highlights of this day in history: Germans dance on top of Berlin Wall as communism crumbles in Eastern Europe; Nazis target Jews during 'Kristallnacht'; A massive blackout hits the Northeast; Poet Dylan Thomas and Actor Art Carney die. (Nov. 9)
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This Day in History: 'Sesame Street' Debuts November 10, 1969 'Sesame Street' was created by former public television documentary filmmaker, Joan Ganz Cooney. Cooney sought to provide programming for preschoolers that would both entertain and educate. Puppeteer Jim Henson created some of televisions...

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