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Johann Trollmann was proving his ability just as the Nazis were declaring his inferiority.
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In 1957, an underdog Mexican team stunned the world of Little League.
In the 1930s, Maurice Wilson set out to fly to Mount Everest and climb it alone.
In 1957, English doctor John Bodkin Adams was accused of killing his patients for their money.
In 1932, a 9-year-old rode 600 miles to see the opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
In 1927, Henry Ford decided to build a rubber plantation in the Amazon.
In 1946, Australian engineer Ben Carlin decided to circle the world in an amphibious jeep.
In a 1917 dogfight, German flying ace Werner Voss took on seven of the best pilots in the Royal Flying Corps.
In 1889, a dam failure sent a disastrous flood descending on Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
On New Year's Day 1963, two bodies were found inexplicably dead on a riverbank in Sydney.