Facts & Historical Events On This Day
Prince William made a public statement saying that the British Royal Family was not a racist family.
The World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that the spread of Covid-19 was now at a Pandemic stage.
The United States suspended travel from Europe due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Marvel's movie 'Black Panther' became the 5th movie of all time to make more than $1 billion at the Box Office.
15,899 lives were lost after a severe 9.0 magnitude earthquake occurred in Japan.
Michelle Bachelet became the first female president of Chile.
Queen Elizabeth II knighted Paul McCartney from the Beatles.
The NFL started using the instant replay rule where video is analyzed to review what had just happened in a game.
Pink Floyd's debut album “Arnold Layne” was released.
NASA launched the Pioneer 5 space probe from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.
The Empire of Japan established the Empire of Vietnam, which acted as a puppet state to Japan.
The Spanish Flu received its first case in the US.
The existence of the giant panda became known to the Western world after French Armand David received a giant panda's skin from a hunter.
The Women's College of Pennsylvania, US opened – making it the 2nd female medical school in America.
More than 20,000 people were killed after Mount Etna erupted in Sicily.