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01_This Week in History: June 3-7

U.S. Sen. Robert F. Kennedy holds two fingers up in a victory sign as he talks to campaign workers at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, Ca., June 5, 1968. He is flanked by his wife Ethel, left, and his California campaign manager, Jesse Unruh, speaker of the California Assembly. After making the speech, Kennedy left the platform and was assassinated in an adjacent room. (AP Photo)

This Week in History: June 3-7

By Claudine Zap

This week marks the anniversary of Robert F. Kennedy's assassination in1968, the storming of Normandy beaches in 1944, and the first American spacewalk in 1965. Plus, Congress passed the 19th Amendment, giving women
the vote, in 1919.