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On This Day – 1st of September

Posted on: Wed 1 Sep 2021

In 1939, World War Two began when Germany invaded Poland by attacking the free city of Danzig. Led by Adolf Hitler, the Nazis invaded Poland to recapture lost territory and establish Nazi rule over their eastern neighbour. 

In 1985, the wreckage of the Titanic was found by American Oceanographer Robert Ballard seventy-three years after it sank.

In 1986, Paul McCartney released his sixth solo album ‘Press To Play’. The album featured songs such as Stranglehold, Talk More Talk, and However Absurd. 

Breakfast Producer Ayla Liebenberg joins Tom Mann to tell us more about these moments from history.

Image: Store Norske Leksikon

Produced by Ayla Liebenberg


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