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Glenn became the first US astronaut to make a complete, successful orbit of Earth and paved the way for the Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969.
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The two most prominent of these statues were standing Buddhas, measuring 55 and 37 meters high respectively, that were the largest examples of standing Buddha carvings in the world.
The fall of the Berlin Wall five years ago in October 1989, was but the first fissure in an edifice of oligarchical control which shaped the 20th century as an era of holocaust, genocide, and war. S "special relationship" with Britain, announced during his visit to continental Europe in July 1994, marks an inflection point for a potentially new foreign policy.
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