From Wikipedia: The Nine Sovereigns at Windsor for the funeral of King Edward VII. Standing, from left to right: King Haakon VII of Norway, King Ferdinand of Bulgaria, King Manuel of Portugal, Kaiser Wilhelm II of the German Empire, King George I of The Hellenes (Greece) and King Albert I of the Belgians (Belgium). Seated, from left to right: King Alfonso XIII of Spain, King-Emperor George V of the Great Britain and King Frederick VIII of Denmark.
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When most people tune into a political debate, they anticipate that things will quickly heat up–but not to the point that they will witness the assassination of one of its speakers. And yet in 1960 in Tokyo, that exact event transpired. The slain was Inejiro Asanuma, a prominent politician and leader of the Japanese Socialist Party whose contentious support of the Chinese Communist Party proved too much for one right-wing, 17-year-old nationalist. Cause of death? A samurai sword straight through the stomach.
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What a year for Pelé: at 17, he became the youngest player in the World Cup Finals in 1958, the youngest scorer ever in the World Cup Finals, and the youngest player to win a World Cup Winner’s Medal. For Sweden (where the World Cup was held), though, the year proved sour: 1958 marked the only year that a World Cup in Europe was not won by a European team.