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This date in history 8-10-2021

The following activities took place on Aug. 10 through history.

1776: London learns of American independence.

1793: Lourve Museum opens.

1846: Smithsonian Institute created.

1945: Japan agrees to unconditional surrender.

1977: Son of Sam killer arrested.

1981: Pete Rose sets hit record.

1984: First PG-13 movie released.

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