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November 16, 1532: Pizarro traps Incan emperor Atahualpa
On November 16, 1532, Francisco Pizarro, the Spanish explorer and conquistador, springs a trap on the Incan emperor, Atahualpa. With fewer than 200 men against several thousand, Pizarro lures Atahualpa to a feast in the emperors honor and then opens fire on the unarmed Incans. Pizarros men massacre the Incans and capture Atahualpa, forcing him to convert to Christianity before eventually killing him.Pizarros timing for conquest was perfect. By 1532, the Inca Empire was embroiled in a civil war t...
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October 2, 1985: Hollywood icon Rock Hudson dies of AIDS

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On this day in 1985, actor Rock Hudson, 59, becomes the first major U.S. celebrity to die of complications from AIDS. Hudsons death raised public awareness of the epidemic, which until that time had been ignored by many in the mainstream as a gay plague. Hudson, born Leroy Harold Scherer Jr., on November 17, 1925, in Winnetka, Illinois, was a Hollywood heartthrob whose career in movies and TV spanned nearly three decades. With leading-man good looks, Hudson starred in numerous dramas and romantic comedies in the 1950s and 60s, including Magnificent Obsession, Giant and Pillow Talk. In the 1970s, he found success on the small screen with such series as McMillan and Wife.  To protect his macho image, Hudsons off-screen life as a gay man was kept secret from the public.In 1984, while working on the TV show Dynasty, Hudson was diagnosed with AIDS. On July 25, 1985, he publicly acknowledged he had the disease at a hospital in Paris, where he had gone to seek treatment. The news that H

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