Facts & Historical Events On This Day
Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, was removed from London’s Ecuadorian Embassy by police.
Paleontologists unearthed dinosaur eggs with embryonic bones inside in China.
The Avengers premiered in Los Angeles, California, US.
Coup d'état attempt on President Hugo Chávez failed in Venezuela.
President Ronald Reagan returned home from the hospital after narrowly escaping death after someone shot him on March 30.
The Apple I computer was built.
Apollo 13 was launched successfully but ran into difficulties two days later.
The Civil Rights Act was enacted in the US after being signed by President Lyndon B.
Frank Sinatra recorded his hit 'Strangers in the Night.'
The RMS Titanic departed Queenstown, Ireland, for its fatal journey to New York.
Sixty-six Jewish families founded the City of Tel Aviv.
The US Navy bought their first-ever submarine called the USS Holland or SS-1.
The War of the Roses ended with King Henry VI surrendering to King Edward IV in London.
Anastasius I Dicorus ascended to the throne of the Byzantine Empire at the age of sixty-one.