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On This Day in History : October 21

1879 - Thomas Edison tests the first practical electric incandescent light bulb at his laboratory in Menlo Park, N.J.,USA

1960 - Britains first nuclear powered submarine, 'Dreadnought', was launched at Barrow in Lancashire

1988 - A Greek cruise ship sank after a collision with a freighter. All 390 British schoolchildren and 81 teachers were rescued

1958 - The first women peers were introduced into the House of Lords in Britain

1952 - Leading African nationalist Jomo Kenyatta has been arrested following the declaration of a state of emergency in the British colony of Kenya

1984 - RAF corporal Steve Jones from Barry, South Wales, won the Chicago marathon in a record time

1982 - Sinn Fein, the political wing of the Provisional IRA, Gerry Adams was elected to the Northern Ireland Assembly

2001 - Anthrax claims third victim in US - Washington. A third person has been diagnosed in the US with the most serious form of anthrax

1977 - The European Patent Institute is founded

1986 - In Lebanon, pro-Iranian kidnappers claim to have abducted American writer Edward Tracy (he was released in August 1991)

1998 - Italian officials release Kurdish separatist leader Abdullah Ocalan, the head of the Kurdistan Workers' Party, the main Kurdish rebel group in Turkey


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