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1957. The first day of Dorothy Counts at the Harry Harding High School in the United States . Counts was one of the first black students admitted in the school, and she was no longer able to stand the harassments after 4 days.
January 12, 1960. A second before the Japanese Socialist Party leader Asanuma was murdered by an opponent student.
1963. Thich Quang Duc, the Buddhist priest in Southern Vietnam , burns himself to death protesting the government's torture policy against priests. Thich Quang Dug never made a sound or moved while he was burning.
1962. A soldier shot by a sniper hangs onto a priest in his last moments.
1965. A mom and her children try to cross the river in South Vietnam in an attempt to run away from the American bombs.
1966. U.S. troops in South Vietnam are dragging a dead Vietkong soldier.
February 1, 1968. South Vietnam police chief Nguyen Ngoc Loan shots a young man, whom he suspects to be a Viet Kong soldier.