Dating a globe
Now it was New Year’s Eve and the doorbell wouldn’t stop ringing at the apartment complex where Suazo had taken refuge. At Phane’s closed-door hearing in Dorchester early last year, assistant clerk magistrate Helen White found enough evidence to issue the criminal complaint, despite Phane’s denials.
She knew it was Jim Phane outside, pressing every buzzer in the building. Phane, let in by a neighbor, was standing there, begging Suazo to talk to him. “I never hit a girl in my life,” he later told the Globe. And if they do it to me, they’re going to do it to a lot of people.” Every year, tens of thousands of cases wind up in secret court sessions — formally known as “show cause hearings” — that are presided over by court clerks and usually held for suspects who haven’t been arrested and don’t pose a flight risk or danger to others.
1963 the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland dissolves. Singapore independence 1966 - Botswana, Gambia, and Lesotho independent. Bangladesh independence 1972 - Ceylon changes to Sri Lanka 1973 - Bahamas independence 1974 - Guinea-Bissau independence. 1975 - Angola (formally Portuguese West Africa) and Mozambique independent.
If you are lucky, you just may be looking at a centuries-old globe.The first step to determining a globes age is to know its manufacturer and the time when the manufacturer was in operation.Getting this information down pat will allow you to narrow down your globes age by centuries.It is fascinating to see how countries and cities have changed their names over the decades, and the results of wars that have moved boundaries.
Some people collect globes because they often show the tracks and routes that explorers took as they learned about our planet.
1912 - Albania independent 1913 - Turkey loses most of European lands, Coup D'etat in Turkey 1914 - opening of the Panama Canal (another source said 1913).