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January 27 2016 Today in History Newsletter

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Hi there!
I found a treasure trove of images for this week’s article, so I decided to use them to break up the text a bit. It did turn out to be a long story, but I hope you’ll agree it’s a fun topic.
Here’s this week’s feature from Today in History at BellaOnline:
A Lego brick
Lego Teaches Us to Play Well

Patented on January 28, 1958, the Lego brick lets us use our imagination to build worlds. These days, the company produces more than 40 billion bricks – enough to reach the moon and beyond, according to its website. Did you know, though, that it all started with a duck? Here’s a partial visual history, with pictures from the Lego website.
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Lane Graciano, Today in History editor
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