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Condensed list of historical anniversaries. [hide]. v · t · e. Months and days of the year. Today: ... History Channel (US): This Day in History · History Channel (UK): This Day...

This Day in History - What Happened Today - HISTORY.com


On this day in 1974, the House Judiciary Committee recommends that America's 37th president, Richard M. Nixon, be impeached and removed from office.

This Day in History - Infoplease


Significant events from this day in history. ... Today in History, July 28. Yesterday Tomorrow. 1540. King Henry VIII of England's chief minister, Thomas Cromwell, ...

On This Day - The New York Times


Browse important events in history by clicking on each date to see a featured ... and article, as well as a list of other notable events that occurred on that day.

On-This-Day.com - Daily history, famous birthdays and music history


Daily historical facts and events, famous birthdays, world history, music history, and quote of the day.

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Today In History is a chronological timetable of Historical facts in the areas of military, politics, science, music, sports, arts, entertainment and more.

World History International: On This Day In History


Centennial Olympic Park Bombing (1996). During the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, a bombing in Centennial Olympic Park killed one person and ...

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AnyDay-in-History --- Select another Day / Month ... 1937 Chuck Jackson Latta SC, singer (Any Day Now) 1937 Don Galloway Brooksville Ky, actor (Arrest ...

This Day in History: July 27 | Computer History Museum


July 27, 1997. Computers Could Have Prevented Murder of Fashion Designer. In an article in the Los Angeles Times, former San Jose Police Chief Joseph ...

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This Day in History: July 28
1794: Robespierre was executed during the French Revolution
1868: The 14th Amendment, guaranteeing citizenship to African Americans, was adopted into the Constitution
1976: A devastating earthquake killed over 200,000 people in Tangshan, China