Johnson, who played "the professor" Roy Hinkley in the hit television show, passed away January 16 at his home in Washington state, according to his agent, Mike Eisenstadt. He won in for "Judgment at Nuremberg. The Enola Gay Controversy". De Lucia transformed the folk art of flamenco music into a more vibrant modern sound. People we lost in — Hiroo Onodacenter, salutes after handing over his military sword on Lubang Island in the Philippines in March
The Enola Gay Controversy".
A brush with history: Meeting the navigator of the Enola Gay B-29
People we lost in — British actor and comedian Rik Mayallwho appeared in the TV series "Blackadder," died June 9 at the age of 56, his agent said. He died at a Tokyo hospital on January Enola Gaypiloted by Tibbets, took off from North Fieldin the Northern Mariana Islandsabout six hours' flight time from Japan, accompanied by two other Bs, The Great Artistecarrying instrumentation, and a then-nameless aircraft later called Necessary Evilcommanded by Captain George Marquardt, to take photographs. People we lost in — James Bradythe former White House press secretary who was severely wounded in a assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, has died, the White House said on August 4. Later that year it was transferred to the Smithsonian Institutionand spent many years parked at air bases exposed to the weather and souvenir hunters, before being disassembled and transported to the Smithsonian's storage facility at Suitland, Marylandin The release at People we lost in — Ralph C.
People we lost in — Mary Ann Mobleythe first Miss America from Mississippi who turned that achievement into a movie career, died December 10 after battling breast cancer. According to her longtime friend Julie Keyes, Stritch died at her home in Birmingham, Michigan, surrounded by her family. Clouds and drifting smoke resulted in a secondary target, Nagasakibeing bombed instead. People we lost in — Broadway legend Elaine Stritch died July People we lost in — Former Playboy centerfold Cassandra Lynn Hensley was found dead at a friend's home in Los Angeles, the coroner there said on January Retrieved 9 June Hiroshima was the primary target of the first nuclear bombing mission on 6 August, with Kokura and Nagasaki as alternative targets.