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September 29th, 1938:
(AP Archive Video / AP Photos)
Europe's major powers agree to let Nazi Germany annex Czechoslovakia's Sudetenland (soo-DAY-ten-land) region.
The next day, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain says the pact - signed in the German city of Munich - means "peace for our time."
(SOT of Chamberlain)
But Nazi Germany's dictator Adolf Hitler soon violates the agreement - triggering World War Two nearly a year later.
(AP Archive Video)
America returns to manned spaceflight for the first time since the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster.
Shuttle Discovery blasts off from Cape Canaveral, Florida - nearly three years after Challenger explodes shortly after liftoff.
(AP Photos / AP Archive Video)
Pope John Paul the First is found dead in his Vatican apartment, at age 65.
He served one of the shortest reigns as head of the Roman Catholic Church in recent times: 33 days.
His successor - John Paul the Second - becomes one of the longest-serving pontiffs.
One of baseball's greatest catches, as the New York Giants and the Cleveland Indians open the World Series.
Willie Mays with the Giants makes his over-the shoulder, running catch of Vic Wertz's drive to center field.
Announcer Jack Brickhouse is at New York's Polo Grounds.
(SOT of Brickhouse)
(NAT of 'Great Balls of Fire')
Jerry Lee Lewis - the piano-playing star of early rock n' roll - is born in Ferriday, Louisiana.
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