On March 27, fingerprint evidence was used to solve a major crime, just three years after being allowed as evidence in courts. What happened today in history? 1625:
On March 26, the first female prisoners were taken to Auschwitz concentration camp, the most famous camp from the atrocities in the Second World War. Here are other
On March 25, the Scottsboro case came to an end with a decision against Alabama. What events and famous birthdays happened today in history? 1199: King Richard I
On March 24, Queen Elizabeth I died, bringing an end to the Tudor dynasty. That one event in history today meant a much larger implication for England and
On March 23, Patrick Henry made it very clear that America did not like the current British policy. What happened and who was born in history today? 1775:
March 22 saw a woman in Britain get the right to die, something many others have campaigned for. What else happened and who was born today in history?
On March 21, Henry Morton Stanley started his search for an infamous British explorer. Here are some of the events and birthdays from today in history. 1556: The
In British history on March 20, Henry V succeeded his father as King of England. What other events and birthdays happened today in history? 1345: The Supposed Creation
March 19 saw Argentina place a flag on the disputed Falkland Islands, leading to the start of the war with Britain. What other events happened today in history?
On March 18, Britain was forced to repeal an act that angered Americans. Here are the events and famous birthdays from this day in history. 1766: Stamp Act
It’s St. Paddy’s Day in Ireland, a day that is now celebrated around the world. Here are some of the events and famous birthdays in history today. 432:
On March 16, Howard Wilson shocked Britain by announcing his resignation. Here is a look at events and birthdays from today in history. 1802: The Creation of West
On March 15, Russian’s last tsar abdicated his throne. It would not be enough to save his life and the lives of his family. Here are the events
On March 14, the man accused of killing JFK’s killer was sentenced to death. Here are some events and famous birthdays from March 14 throughout history. 1919: First
March 13 is a sad day for those in Dunblane, as it is the anniversary of the deaths of 16 students and a teacher in a massacre. Here
The Miners’ Strike started on March 12, 1984, becoming the worst strike in British history. Here is a highlight of events from today in history. 1888: Most Severe
On this day in British history, Queen Anne made her first speech in Parliament. Here are the events and famous birthdays on March 11 in history. 1702: Queen
On March 10, the WB aired its first ever hit TV show, but was closed down a few years later. Here is a look at today in history.
Just as International Women’s Day was being celebrated around the world, a particular woman’s case went to Parliament in England. The crime — refusing to wear high heels
Today in history, the Northern Irish people voted on whether to stay in the Union or not. Here are other events and birthdays that happened on March 9.
In history on March 8, Great Britain saw a new monarch on the throne. Here are some events and birthdays that happened today in history. 1702: The Death
Today in history, three IRA bombers were shot and killed in Gibraltar. Here are some of the events that happened on March 7 throughout history. 1777: Letters Between
Today in history is the birth date of some notable people throughout history. John of Gaunt was born on March 6, leading to the start and end of
On March 5, black Americans gained a victory in the court system. What else happened today in history? 1770: Boston Massacre with Snowballs Anti-British feelings were further built