October 25 in history: US military, under President Ronald Reagan, invades Grenada and more

From Canadian steamship "Princess Sophia" hitting a reef off Alaska to the People's Republic of China replacing the Republic of China at UN, we've got it all covered!

Let's dive in today's history.

1918

Canadian steamship "Princess Sophia" hits a reef off Alaska, 398 die

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1930

1st scheduled transcontinental air service begins from New York to LA

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1971

The People's Republic of China replaces the Republic of China at UN

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1983

US military, under President Ronald Reagan, invades Grenada

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2001

Microsoft releases Windows XP, one of its most successful operating systems
 

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