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By James Maloney

Listed below are the magnificent newspaper headlines that rfile history’s most crucial moments—headlines so momentous that any one analyzing them knew that the area as they knew it were replaced irrevocably. Headlines that modified the realm appears at tales from the nice Western Crosses the Atlantic in 1838 and Abraham Lincoln Assassinated in 1865, via Wall highway Crashes in 1929 and Hitler Sweeps to strength in 1933, to King Elvis lifeless in 1977, Obama Wins Presidency in 2008, and Bin weighted down Shot useless in 2011.
Headlines that modified the realm is a perfect publication to dip into and detect newspaper headlines that formed our earlier. no matter if it was once information of the Kennedy assassination or the truth that guy had eventually made it to the moon, those headlines and the background in the back of them will fascinate background buffs and informal readers alike.

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However, in 1776 the ban was revoked and the lords were allowed to beat the serfs with a whip (a maximum of 25 lashes). See Decree of the Viennese Court of 21 September 1776, SUA, CG publ. 1174/83, A2, no. 218. For ban of corporal punishment in the Bohemian countryside in 1781, see Krofta, Dejiny se/skeho stavu, p. 341. While legal torture was abolished in 1776, corporal punishment was preserved even in the Josephinian Penal Codes of 1781 and 1787. The use of the punishment was restricted and only state officials were allowed to administer it.

260-1. Brock, Slovak National Awakening, pp. 24-5, 27. Jungmann to Kollar, 26 April1836, cited in J6na, 'Utvaranie spisovneho jazyka slovenskeho', p. 145. On Hamuljak and his activities, see Pfehled dejin Ceskoslovenska, pp. 584-6; Brock, The Slovak National Awakening, pp. 13, 26-7; and Locher, Die nationale Differenzierung und lntegrierung, pp. 149-50. Stur to Michal Godra, 4 April 1836, L'udovft Stur, Cestou iivota trnistou, Dielo v piatich zviizkoch: Doplnkovy zviizok (Bratislava: Slovenske vydavatel'stvo krasnej literatury, 1959) p.

Stur's approach to the language was quite different. Of course, as was only to be expected, he lacked the Enlightenment's rational classicism, which influenced Dobrovsky. 3 3 But he also saw the language as a means of communication and unification for the Slovaks - yet if it were to fill these roles, it had above all to be understandable to the people. 34 Defending his proposal to use Slovak in his newspaper, Stur told Palacky: The main standpoint from which it is necessary to look at this issue, is [that of] our tribe still deeply sunken, which must be raised, be led to spiritual life.

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