The Only Things That Happened on This Day in History


1924 Beer Hall Putsch secures Hitler’s rise to power

1933 Nazi Germany began persecuting Jews with a boycott of Jewish-owned businesses.

1970 President Richard Nixon signed a measure banning cigarette advertising on radio and TV.

1984 Singer Marvin Gaye, 44, was shot to death by his father.

1987 In his first major speech on the epidemic, President Ronald Reagan told doctors in Philadelphia, “We’ve declared AIDS public health enemy No. 1.”


~ by thehalobender on April 1, 2009.

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