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June 16

1755 – French and Indian war: the French surrender Fort Beausejour to the British, leading to the expulsion of the Acadians. 1871 universities tests Act 1871 allows students to enter the universities of Oxford, Cambridge and Durham without religi ...

                                               

June 2

1866 – fenians defeat canadian forces over and Fort Erie, but the raids end soon after. 1967 – protests in West Berlin against the visit of the Shah of Iran turn into riots, during which Benno Ohnesorg killed by a police officer. His death result ...

                                               

June 22

June 22 is the 173rd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 192 days until the end of the year. On this day the summer solstice can be observed in the Northern hemisphere and the winter solstice may occur in the southern hemisphere.

                                               

June 24

2002 – the Igandu train disaster in Tanzania kills 281, the worst train accident in African history. 1957 – in Roth V. United States U.S. Supreme court rules that obscenity is not protected by the First amendment. 1963 – the United Kingdom grants ...

                                               

June 26

2015 – five different terrorist attacks in France, Tunisia, Somalia, Kuwait, and Syria was what was called bloody Friday for the international media. More than 750 people have been killed or injured as a result of these uncoordinated attacks. 194 ...

                                               

June 28

June 28-the 179th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 186 days until the end of the year. In common years it is always in ISO week 26. This date is the only date each year and Month And day are different perfect numbers, 6 is the only date ...

                                               

June 29

1880 – France annexes Tahiti. 1972 – U.S. Supreme court decision in Furman V. Georgia that arbitrary and inconsistent imposition of the death penalty violates the eighth and fourteenth amendments, and constitutes cruel and unusual punishment. 191 ...

                                               

June 30

1908 – the Tunguska event, the largest impact event on Earth in the history of man, resulting in a powerful explosion in Eastern Siberia. 1688 – the Immortal seven issue the invitation to William, which will culminate in the Glorious revolution. ...

                                               

June 6

2002 – the event is the Eastern part of the Mediterranean sea. With a near-earth asteroid estimated at ten meters in diameter explodes over the Mediterranean sea between Greece and Libya. The explosion estimated force of 26 kilotons, slightly mor ...

                                               

June 7

1002 – Henry II and cousin of Emperor Otto III, was elected and crowned king of Germany. 1776 – Richard Henry Lee presents the "Lee resolution" to the continental Congress. The movement was echoed by John Adams and will lead to the Declaration of ...

                                               

June 9

1915 – William Jennings Bryan resigns as Woodrow Wilsons Secretary of state disputes against the United States the sinking of the RMS Lusitania. 1953 – Flint–Worcester outbreak sequence tornado kills 94 people in Massachusetts. 1798 – Irish rebel ...

                                               

East German uprising of 1953

The East German uprising of 1953 began with a strike by East Berlin construction workers on June 16 turned into a widespread uprising against the Communist government of the German Democratic Republic the next day. He is involved in more than one ...

                                               

March 1

1946 Bank of England nationalized. 350 – Vetranio is asked by Konstantin, sister of Constantius II, to proclaim himself Caesar. 1953 – Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin suffers a stroke and collapses, he dies four days later. 1917 – Zimmerman telegram ...

                                               

March 15

March 15, the 74th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 291 days until the end of the year. In the Roman calendar, March 15 was known as the ides of March.

                                               

March 21

On March 21, the 80th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 285 days until the end of the year. In astrology, the equinox-the first day of Aries. It is also the traditional first day of the astrological year. In the 21st century, the equinox ...

                                               

March 22

1872 – Illinois becomes first state to require gender equality in employment. 2013 – killed at least 37 people and 200 injured after a fire destroys the camp containing Burmese refugees near ban Mai, Thailand. 1960 – Arthur Leonard shawlow and Ch ...

                                               

March 23

1977 – the first Nixon interview 12 will be written over four weeks, the video with the British journalist David frost interviews former US President Richard Nixon about Watergate and Nixon. 1918 – the First World war: on the third day of the Ger ...

                                               

March 25

1969 – during their honeymoon, John Lennon and Yoko Ono hold their first bed-In for peace in Amsterdam hotel the Hilton until March 31. 1995 – for the wikiwikiweb, the worlds First Wiki, and part of the Portland pattern repository, was published ...

                                               

March 27

1986 – car bomb explodes outside the headquarters of the Russell street police in Melbourne, Australia, killing one policeman and wounding 21 people. 1513 – Spanish Explorer Juan Ponce de león reaches the Northern end of the Bahamas during his fi ...

                                               

March 28

193 – after the assassination of the Roman Emperor Pertinax, his Praetorian auction of the throne to Didius Julianus. 2005 – earthquake shakes Northern Sumatra with a maximum Mercalli intensity VI strong, leaving 915-1.314 people killed and 340-1 ...

                                               

March 4

1791 – the constitutional Act of 1791 introduced the British house of Commons in London which envisages the separation of Canada into lower Canada Quebec, and upper Canada Ontario. 1351 – Ramathibodi becomes king of Siam. 1986 – the Soviet VEGA 1 ...

                                               

March 5

1912 – Italo-Turkish war, Italian troops were the first to use airships for military purposes using them for reconnaissance behind Turkish lines. 1936 – first flight of K5054, the first prototype Supermarine Spitfire promising fighter monoplanes ...

                                               

March 6

1957 – Ghana becomes first sub-Saharan country gained independence from great Britain. 1921 – Portuguese Communist party is founded in the Portuguese section of the Communist international. 1951 – cold war: the trial of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg ...

                                               

March 8

1801 – war of the second coalition: at the battle of Abukir British troops under the command of sir Ralph Abercromby lands in Egypt to end the French campaign in Egypt and Syria. 1262 – the Battle of Hausbergen between the bourgeois militia and t ...

                                               

March 10

1873 the first Azerbaijani play "adventure of the vizier of Lankaran Khan", prepared by Akhundov was made by Hasan-Bey Zardabi and playwright, Najaf-Bey Vezirov. 1945 – world war II U.S. army air force firebombs Tokyo, and the fire killed more th ...

                                               

March 11

Adopted in 1861 – the Civil war: the Constitution of the Confederate States of America. 1983 – Bob hawke was appointed Prime Minister of Australia. 1993 – Janet Reno is confirmed by the U.S. Senate and sworn in the next day, becoming the first wo ...

                                               

March 12

2004 – South Korean President Roh Moo-Hyun, is impeached by the National Assembly: the first such impeachment in the history of Nations. 1622 – Ignatius of Loyola and Francis Xavier, founders of the society of Jesus, canonized by the Roman Cathol ...

                                               

March 13

1920 – the Kapp putsch briefly ousts the Weimar Republic government from Berlin. 1781 William Herschel opens up the Uranium. 2003 – the journal Nature reports that there are 350.000 year-old footprints were found in Italy. 1138 – cardinal Gregory ...

                                               

March 14

44 BC – Casca and Cassius decide, on the night before the murder of Julius Caesar, that mark Antony should live. 1780 – American revolutionary war: Spanish forces capture Fort Charlotte in mobile, Alabama, the last British frontier post capable o ...

                                               

March 16

2016 – two suicide bombers detonate their explosives at a mosque during morning prayers on the outskirts of Maiduguri in Nigeria, killing 22 and injuring 18. 1918 – Finnish civil war: the Battle Lankipohja infamous for its bloody consequences, as ...

                                               

March 17

2004 – unrest in Kosovo: more than 22 killed and 200 wounded. Thirty-five Serbian Orthodox shrines in Kosovo and two mosques in Serbia will be destroyed. 1337 – Edward, the Black Prince is made Duke of Cornwall, the first Duchy in England. 1959 – ...

                                               

March 18

1865 – Civil war: the Congress of the Confederate States was moved for the last time. 1994 – Bosnias Bosniaks and Croats signed the Washington agreement, ending war between the Croatian Republic of Herceg-Bosna and the Republic of Bosnia and Herz ...

                                               

March 19

1965 – the wreck of the SS Georgiana, on the amount over 50.000.000 $and is said to be the most powerful Confederate cruiser, is discovered by the teenage diver and pioneer underwater archaeologist E. Lee Spence, exactly 102 years after its destr ...

                                               

March 2

1946 – Ho Chi Minh elected President of North Vietnam. 1476 – Burgundian wars: the old Swiss Confederacy hands Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, a major defeat in the battle of grandson in Canton of neuchâtel. 1978 – Czech Vladimir Remek became ...

                                               

March 20

March 20, the 79th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 286 days left until the end of the year. Typically, the spring equinox falls on this date, marking the vernal equinox in the Northern hemisphere and the autumnal point in the southern ...

                                               

March 24

On March 24, the 83rd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 282 days until the end of the year. March 24, 365 is the first and last day of the year in many European implementations of the Julian calendar.

                                               

March 26

1991 – Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay signed the Treaty of asunción, creating MERCOSUR, the southern common market. 1344 – the siege of Algeciras, one of the first European military engagements where gunpowder was used, comes to an end. ...

                                               

March 29

1946 – Institute of Technology Institute Autonomo de Mexico city, one of the worlds leading universities, is founded. 1792 – king Gustav III of Sweden dies after being shot in the back at a midnight masquerade ball at Stockholms Royal Opera 13 da ...

                                               

March 3

1942 – World War II: ten Japanese warplanes RAID Broome, Western Australia, killing more than 100 people. 724 – Empress Genshō abdicates in favor of his nephew this, who becomes the Emperor of Japan. 1945 – world war II: American troops and to re ...

                                               

March 30

1855 – the beginning of the Civil war: "border ruffians" from Missouri invade Kansas and force election of a Pro-slavery legislature. 1912, Sultan Abd al-Hafid signed the Treaty of FEZ, making Morocco a protectorate of France. 1818 physicist Augu ...

                                               

March 31

March 31st-90th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 275 days until the end of the year. This is the last day of the first quarter of the year.

                                               

March 7

1965 – "Bloody Sunday": a group of 600 marchers For civil rights grossly attacked by state and local police in Selma, Alabama. 1902 – Second Boer war: Boers, led by Koos de La Rey, to inflict the biggest defeat upon the British since the war bega ...

                                               

March 9

1967 – TRANS world airlines 553 crash in a field in the town of Concord, Ohio after a mid-air collision with a Beechcraft Baron, killing 26 people. 2011 – space Shuttle Discovery makes its final landing after 39 flights. 1961 – Sputnik 9 successf ...

                                               

3 May Constitution Day

3 Constitution Day is a Polish national and public holiday that is held on 3 may. The holiday celebrates the Declaration of the Constitution of 3 may 1791. The festivities date back to the Duchy of Warsaw in the early 19th century, but it became ...

                                               

May 1

1753 – publication of large arborescent species by Linnaeus, and the formal start date of plant taxonomy adopted by the international code of Botanical nomenclature. 1957 – thirty-four people were killed when the airliner Vickers Viking crashes i ...

                                               

May 15

1850 – the Bloody island massacre takes place in lake County, California, in which a large number of pomo Indians kill a cavalry regiment of the United States. 1969 – peoples Park: California Governor Ronald Reagan was an impromptu Student Park o ...

                                               

May 17

1980 – General Chun Doo-hwan in South Korea seizes power and declares martial law to suppress student demonstrations. 1969 – the "Venus": Soviet Venera 6 begins its descent into the atmosphere of Venus, sending back atmospheric data before being ...

                                               

May 18

1756 – seven years war begins when Britain declared war on France. 1927 – the bath school disaster: forty-five people, including children, killed by bombs planted by disgruntled school-Board member in Michigan. 1955 – operation passage to freedom ...

                                               

May 21

1792 – lava dome collapses at mount Unzen, near the city of Shimbara on the Japanese island of Kyushu, creating a deadly tsunami that killed almost 15.000 people. 1864 – Russia declares an end to the Russo-Circassian war and many Circassians in e ...

                                               

May 23

1844 – Declaration of Bab the previous evening of the 23rd: a merchant of Shiraz announces that he is a prophet and founded a religious movement that would later be brutally crushed by the Persian government. He is considered the forerunner of th ...

                                               

May 24

1276 – Magnus Ladulås is crowned as king of Sweden in the Cathedral of Uppsala. 1941 – World War II: the battle of the Atlantic, the German battleship Bismarck sinks then-pride of the Royal Navy, the battlecruiser hood, killing all but three peop ...

                                               

May 25

2018 – Ireland votes to repeal the eight amendment to the Irish Constitution banning abortion in all cases, with rare exceptions, choose to replace its thirty-sixth amendment of the Constitution of Ireland. 1955 – In the USA, in a night-time F5 t ...

                                               

May 27

1860 – Giuseppe Garibaldi begins his attack on Palermo, Sicily, in the framework of the unification of Italy. 1965 – Vietnam war: American warships begin the first bombardment of the aims of the National Liberation Front in South Vietnam. 1998 – ...

                                               

May 3

1715 a total solar Eclipse was visible in Northern Europe, and Northern Asia, as predicted by Edmund Halley for 4 the accuracy of the minutes. 1971 – Erich Honecker became the first Secretary of the Socialist unity party of Germany, remaining in ...

                                               

May 5

May 5, the 125th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 240 days until the end of the year. This day is celebrated around the middle of spring in the Northern hemisphere and autumn in the southern hemisphere season begins in March equinox.

                                               

May 7

1915 – the Republic of China has acceded to 13 of the 21 demands, expanding the Empire of Japan control over Manchuria and the Chinese economy. 1864 – the worlds oldest surviving clipper, city of Adelaide-started by William pile, hay and Co. in S ...

                                               

May 8

1984 – the Thames barrier officially opened, preventing the floodplain of a Large part of greater London from being flooded only in exceptional cases. 1942 – World war II: the German 11th army begins operation Trappenjagd bustard Hunting and dest ...

                                               

May 10

1768 John Wilkes was imprisoned for writing an article for the North Briton severely criticizing king George III. This action provokes rioting in London. 1534 – Jacques Cartier visits Newfoundland. 1872 – Victoria Woodhull becomes first woman nom ...

                                               

May 11

1792 – Robert gray is the command of the first expedition to sail in the Columbia river. 1813 – William Lawson, Gregory Blaxland and William Wentworth discover a way through the Blue mountains, opening of the inland of Australia to the village. 1 ...

                                               

May 12

2008 – Immigration and customs enforcement, the U.S. spends the largest in the history of the countrys RAID on a workplace in Postville, Iowa, arresting nearly 400 immigrants for identity theft and forgery. 1778 – Heinrich XI, count of the Princi ...

                                               

May 13

1958 – may 1958 crisis: a group of French officers to lead a coup in Algiers demanding that a government of national unity be formed with Charles de Gaulle at its head in order to defend French control of Algeria. 1909 – the first Giro dItalia st ...

                                               

May 14

1973 – launched Skylab, the first U.S. space station. 1643 – four-year-old Louis XIV becomes king of France after the death of his father, Louis XIII. 1878 – the last trial for witchcraft took place in the United States begins in Salem, Massachus ...

                                               

May 16

1527 – the Florentines drove out the Medici for a second time and Florence restored the Republic. 1771 – the Battle of the next pre-American revolutionary war battle between local militia and a group of rebels called "the regulators", occurs in m ...

                                               

May 19

1950 – a barge carrying munitions destined for Pakistan explodes in the Harbor at South Amboy, new Jersey, devastating the city. 1445 – John II of Castile defeats the Infantes of Aragon at the first battle of Olmedo. 1051 Henry I of France marrie ...

                                               

May 2

1889 – Menelik II, Emperor of Ethiopia, signs a Treaty of Wuchale, giving Italy control over Eritrea. 1964 – Vietnam war: an explosion sinks American aircraft carrier USS card if it is docked at Saigon. Two Viet Cong frogmen had placed explosives ...

                                               

May 20

1967 – the popular movement of the revolution political party established in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 1956 – in operation Redwing, the first bomb the United States airborne hydrogen over Bikini Atoll in the Pacific ocean. 1609 – Shak ...

                                               

May 22

1992 – Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia join the United Nations. 1957 – the South African government approved racial segregation in universities. 1900 – the associated Press formed in new York as a nonprofit news cooperative. 1962 con ...

                                               

May 26

1991 – Lauda air flight 004 splits in the air and falls to the national Park Phu Toei in Thailand, killing all 223 people aboard. 1573 Battle of Haarlemmermeer, a naval engagement in the Dutch war for independence. 1972 – US and USSR sign the ant ...

                                               

May 28

1942 – world war II: in retaliation for the assassination of Reich protector Reinhard Heydrich, Nazis in Czechoslovakia kill over 1.800 people. 1937 – founded in Volkswagen, the German car manufacturer. 1932 – in the Netherlands completed constru ...

                                               

May 29

1982 – Falklands war: British forces defeat the Argentines at the battle of Goose green. 1867 – the Austro-Hungarian compromise of 1867 "compromise" is born through Act 12, which establishes the Austro-Hungarian Empire. 1852 – Jenny Lind left new ...

                                               

May 30

1834 – the Minister of justice Joaquim Antonio de Aguiar issues a law to seize "all convents, monasteries, colleges, hospitals, and any other houses" from the Catholic religious orders in Portugal, earning him the nickname "monk-killer". 1539 – i ...

                                               

May 31

1911 – President of Mexico Porfirio díaz flees the country during the Mexican revolution. 1942 – World war II: Imperial Japanese midget submarines of the Navy begin a series of attacks on Sydney, Australia. 1916 the First world war: the battle of ...

                                               

May 4

1926 – General strike begins in Britain. 1626 – Dutch Explorer Peter Minuit. arrives in new Netherland present day Manhattan island aboard the see meeuw not. 2007 – Greensburg, Kansas is almost completely destroyed by a 1.7 Mi wide EF5 tornado. I ...

                                               

May 6

1889 – the Eiffel tower was officially opened to the public at the world exhibition in Paris. 1910 – George V becomes king of the United Kingdom after the death of his father, Edward VII. 1996 – the body of former CIA Director William Colby was f ...

                                               

May 9

1936 – Italy formally annexes Ethiopia after taking the capital Addis Ababa on may 5. 1540 – Hernando de alarcón sent in the expedition to the Gulf of California. 1942 Holocaust: the SS performs 588 Jewish residents of the Podolian town of Zinkiv ...

                                               

Constitution of 3 May 1791

The Constitution of 3 may 1791 a Constitution was adopted by the Great Sejm of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, a dual monarchy consisting of the crown of the Kingdom of Poland and Grand Duchy of Lithuania. The Constitution was intended to cor ...

                                               

November 11

1972 – Vietnam war: vietnamization: US army turns over the massive Binh military base to South Vietnam. 1918 – Emperor Charles I of Austria abdicates. 1960 – a military coup against President NGO Dình diem of South Vietnam was crushed. 1999 – the ...

                                               

November 17

1876 – Tchaikovsky "Slavic Ilyich March" premiere in Moscow, Russia. 1863 – Civil war: siege of Knoxville begins: Confederate forces led by General James Longstreet place Knoxville, Tennessee under siege. 2013 – fifty people were killed when the ...

                                               

November 19

1916 – Samuel Goldwyn and Edgar Selwyn establish Goldwyn pictures. 1985 – police, Baling, Malaysia, lay siege to houses occupied in the Islamic sect of about 400 people led by Ibrahim Mahmud. 636 – the Rashidun Caliphate defeats the Sassanid Empi ...

                                               

November 21

2012 – at least 28 injured after the bomb thrown at bus in tel Aviv. 1927 – the Columbine mine massacre: striking coal miners are allegedly attacked with machine guns by a detachment of State police dressed in civilian clothes. 1961 – "La Ronde" ...

                                               

November 28

2016 – graduate of Avro RJ85 aircraft, at least 77 people, including the football team Chaperone, crashed near Medellin, Colombia. 1942 – in Boston, Massachusetts, a fire in a nightclub coconut grove, killing 492 people. 1960 – Mauritania becomes ...

                                               

November 30

1782 – American revolutionary war: Treaty of Paris: in Paris, the U.S. and Britain sign preliminary articles of the peace later formalized as the Treaty of 1783 in Paris. 1967 – South Yemen becomes independent from the United Kingdom. 1999 – Exxo ...

                                               

November 5

– The October revolution of 1917: Lenin calls for the October revolution. 1940 – World war II: British armed merchant cruiser, HMS Jervis Bay, sunk by German pocket battleship Admiral Scheer. 2015 – tailings of iron ore bursts dam in the Brazilia ...

                                               

November 6

2002 – Jiang Lijun, Chinese police detained for signing the open letter of the 16th National Congress of the Communist party of China. 2013 – several small bombs exploded near the provincial office of the Communist party of China. 1977 – the dam ...

                                               

November 7

November 7-311-th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 54 days until the end of the year. This day is celebrated around the middle of autumn in the Northern hemisphere and spring in the southern hemisphere season begins in September equinox.

                                               

November 8

1942 – World war II: French resistance coup in Algiers, in which 400 civilian French patriots neutralize Vichyist XIXTH corps of the army after 15 hours of fighting, and arrest several Vichyist generals, allowing the immediate success of operatio ...

                                               

November 1

1683 – the British colony of new York is divided into 12 districts. 1973 – the Indian state of Mysore is renamed as Karnataka to represent all the regions within Karunadu. 1918 – Malbone street wreck: the worst rapid transit accident in US histor ...

                                               

November 10

1898 – beginning of the uprising Wilmington in 1898, the only instance of a municipal government being overthrown in U.S. history. 1951 – with the introduction of the North American numbering plan, direct-dial coast to coast telephone service beg ...

                                               

November 12

1980 – NASA space probe Voyager I makes its closest approach to Saturn and takes first images of its rings. 1979 – Iranian hostage crisis: in response to the hostage-taking in Tehran, the orders of U.S. President Jimmy Carter to stop all oil supp ...

                                               

November 13

1954 – Britain defeats France to capture the first ever Rugby world Cup in Paris in the presence of about 30.000 spectators. 1982 – ray Mancini defeats Duk Koo Kim in a Boxing match held in Las Vegas. Of KIMS subsequent death on November 17 led t ...

                                               

November 14

1967 – the Congress of Colombia in commemoration of the 150 years after the death of policarpa Salavarrieta, declares this day as "day of the Colombian woman". 1975 – at the signing of the Madrid agreement, Spain abandons Western Sahara. 1977 – i ...

                                               

November 15

1988 – Israeli–Palestinian conflict: an independent state of Palestine proclaimed by the Palestine national Council. 2000 – a chartered Antonov an-24 crashes after takeoff from Luanda, Angola killing more than 40 people. 1889 – Brazil proclaimed ...

                                               

November 16

1855 – David Livingstone became the first European to see Victoria Falls in Zambia and Zimbabwe. 1907 – Indian territory and Oklahoma territory join to form Oklahoma, which is admitted as the 46th U.S. state. 1828 – Greek war of independence: the ...

                                               

November 18

1918 – Latvia declares independence from Russia. 1865 – mark Twains story "the celebrated jumping frog Calaveras County" is published in the new York Saturday press. 1978 – in Jonestown, Guyana, Jim Jones led his Peoples Temple to a mass murder-s ...

                                               

November 2

1963 – South Vietnam President NGO Dình Siam was killed in a military coup. 1947 – in California, designer Howard Hughes performs the first and only flight of Hughes H-4 Hercules, also known as the "Spruce Goose", the largest aircraft ever built. ...

                                               

November 20

1998 – a court in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan declares accused terrorist Osama bin Laden "a man without a sin" in relation to the 1998 bombing of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. 1969 – Vietnam war: the plain dealer in Cleveland, Ohio pub ...

                                               

November 22

November 22 is the 326th Day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 39 days left until the end of the year. In ancient astrology, this day the border between Scorpio and Sagittarius. In some years, hes Sagittarius, but the other Scorpion.

                                               

November 23

2009 – massacre in Maguindanao occurs in ampatuan, Mindanao, Philippines. 2005 – Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf was elected President of Liberia, becoming the first woman to head one of the African countries. 1934 – an Anglo-Ethiopian Commission on the is ...

                                               

November 24

1542 – Battle at Solway moss: the English army defeats a much larger Scottish armed forces in the area of the river Esk in Dumfries and Galloway. 2015 – a terrorist attack on a hotel in al-Arish, Egypt, killing at least seven people and injured 1 ...

                                               

November 25

1963 President John F. Kennedy was buried at Arlington national cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, on the Potomac river in Washington, D.C. his assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, was buried the same day in Fort worth, Texas. 1981 – Pope John Paul II appo ...

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