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Winston Churchill (L), Harry Truman (C) and Joseph Stalin (R) at Potsdam Conference, 16 July - 2 August 1945.

24 July

On July 24, 1945, at the post-war settlement conference in Potsdam, Germany, the US President Harry Truman “casually” mentioned to Stalin that the United States had “a new weapon of unusual destructive force”, implying the atomic bomb.…

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Peter Carl Faberge

Peter Carl Faberge was a world famous master jeweler and head of the ‘House of Faberge’ in Imperial Russia in the waning days of the Russian Empire.

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