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PRESS: El día más aburrido del siglo XX, True Knowledge




El día más aburrido del siglo XX.
Domingo, 11 de abril de 1954
TRUE KNOWLEDGE


Sunday, April 11, 1954

Nobody significant died that day, no major events apparently occurred and although a typical day in the 20th century has many notable people being born, for some reason that day had only one person that might make that claim: Abdullah Atalar - a Turkish academic.




Portada de Daily Mail.

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Aquí en España, estaban con la Semana Santa.
Esta portada de ABC parece confirmar la noticia.




En Sevilla, Domingo de Ramos.
Todo un acontecimiento para ABC.




La Vanguardia certifica la estadística.



El Mundo Deportivo.
Kubala jugará de delantero centro.
Previas y previas.
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