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Febrero 18 en la historia:

Twain publishes The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn; United States punishes nations for trading with Cuba; First Academy Awards announced; McCarthy hunts ‘army Communists’;  Jefferson Davis is sworn in as President of the Confederate States of America; ‘Chicago Seven’ defendants in court; Dale Earnhardt, Senior dies. Today  ...→

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Febrero 17 en la historia:

Madame Butterfly premieres; China invades Vietnam; Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer gets life in prison; House lawmakers pick a president; Garry Kasparov beats IBM’s Deep Blue at chess; NBA star Michael Jordan  ...→

Febrero 16 en la historia:

Castro sworn in as Cuban PM; Archaeologist opens tomb of King Tut; The Civil War’s Battle of Fort Donelson; the Georgia crematory case; John Demjanjuk goes on trial; America’s first 911 call; and the  ...→

Febrero 15 en la historia:

The U.S. battleship Maine explodes in Havana harbor; Soviet troops pull out of Afghanistan; Astronomer Galileo and suffragist Susan B. Anthony born. Today in History, Hoy en la Historia BBC’s In Context: “Written  ...→

Febrero 14 en la historia:

St. Valentine beheaded; Bombs destroy Dresden; The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre; Iran’s Ayatollah Khomeini calls on Muslims to kill author Salman Rushdie; Slobodan Milosevic begins his defense against  ...→

Febrero 13 en la historia:

Galileo in Rome for Inquisition; US bombers strike civilians in Baghdad; Bruno Richard Hauptmann convicted in the Lindbergh baby kidnap-murder; The World War II bombing of Dresden begins; Konstantin Chernenko  ...→

Febrero 12 en la historia:

President Abraham Lincoln and naturalist Charles Darwin born; Scientists highlight hazards of GM food; The U.S. Senate acquits President Bill Clinton in his impeachment trial; Milosevic goes on trial for war  ...→

Febrero 11 en la historia:

Freedom for Nelson Mandela; Allied leaders in the last months of World War II sign the Yalta accords; Ayatollah Khomeini’s followers seize power in Iran; inventor Thomas Edison born. Today in History, Hoy  ...→

Febrero 10 en la historia:

Russia frees US spy plane pilot; boxer Mike Tyson convicted of rape; Kasparov loses chess game to computer; Arthur Miller’s ‘Death of a Salesman’ opens on Broadway; Bob Dylan’s ‘The  ...→

Febrero 9 en la historia:

The Beatles appear on TV’s ‘Ed Sullivan’; Sen. Joseph McCarthy launches his anti-communist crusade; World War II’s Battle of Guadalcanal ends; Soviet leader Yuri Andropov dies; Satchel Paige  ...→

Febrero 8 en la historia:

Eight die in Paris riot; The Orangeburg Massacre; Japanese troops evacuate Guadalcanal; The funeral of Jordan’s King Hussein; Premiere of ‘The Birth of a Nation’; the Boy Scouts of America is  ...→

Febrero 7 en la historia:

Maastricht treaties make EU official The Beatles arrive in America; Ramzi Yousef arrested for the 1993 blast at New York’s World Trade Center; Jordan’s King Hussein dies; author Charles Dickens and country  ...→

Febrero 6 en la historia:

Britain’s King George VI dies; Elizabeth becomes queen; United players killed in air disaster; Hillary Clinton runs for the U.S. Senate; President Ronald Reagan born; baseball legend Babe Ruth and reggae  ...→

Febrero 5 en la historia:

FDR plans to ‘pack’ the Supreme Court; First GM food goes on sale in UK; Byron de la Beckwith convicted of killing civil rights leader Medgar Evers; The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour premieres; William  ...→

Febrero 4 en la historia:

World War II’s Yalta Conference; 4,000 feared dead in Afghan earthquake; Patty Hearst kidnapped; O.J. Simpson found liable for the murders of his ex-wife and her friend; the Massachusetts gay marriage ruling;  ...→

Febrero 3 en la historia:

Soviets land Luna 9 probe on Moon; Gonzales becomes first Hispanic U.S. attorney general; The ‘day the music died’ during early rock ‘n roll; the first woman to pilot a Space Shuttle; painter  ...→

Febrero 2 en la historia:

Germans surrender at Stalingrad; Idi Amin seizes power in Uganda; First Groundhog Day; author James Joyce born; dancer-actor-coreographer Gene Kelly dies; punk rocker Sid Vicious dies.   Today in History,  ...→

Febrero 1 en la historia:

Columbia shuttle disintegrates killing seven; Oxford Dictionary debuts; A searing image from the Vietnam War; Ayatollah Khomeini returns to Iran, ending years of exile; actor Clark Gable born.   Today in  ...→

Enero 31 en la historia:

Truman announces development of H-bomb; Americans alarmed by ‘Tet Offensive’; Libyan intelligence officer convicted of Pan Am 103 bombing; US Soldier executed for desertion during World War II; US  ...→

Enero 30 en la historia:

Tet offensive begins; British Army kills 13 in civil rights protest; Gandhi assassinated; Hitler becomes German chancellor; Franklin Delano Roosevelt born. Today in History, Hoy en la Historia BBC’s  ...→

Enero 29 en la historia:

President George W. Bush refers to ‘axis of Evil in first State of the Union; France halts nuclear testing; U.S. Baseball Hall of Fame elects first members; Birmingham, Alabama abortion clinic bombed; “The  ...→

Enero 28 en la historia:

Space Shuttle Challenger explodes; Sir Francis Drake dies; Cuban revolutionary Jose Marti born; Vince Lombardi named Packers’ head coach   Today in History, Hoy en la Historia BBC’s In Context: Written  ...→

Enero 27 en la historia:

Soviet troops liberate Auschwitz and Birkenau concentration camps; Peace accords signed to end Vietnam War; National Geographic Society founded; 3 Astronauts die in Apollo One fire; Mozart born.   Today in  ...→

Enero 26 en la historia:

India becomes a republic; President Bill Clinton denies having an affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky in 1998; the first European settlers arrive in Australia; and General Douglas MacArthur is  ...→

Enero 25 en la historia:

Idi Amin ousts Uganda president; Hostages held in Iran released; Charles Manson & 3 followers convicted of murder; World’s largest diamond found; Michael Jackson settles child molestation claims out of  ...→

Enero 24 en la historia:

First canned beer goes on sale; James Marshall finds a gold nugget in Northern California; Winston Churchill dies; Ted Bundy executed; Thurgood Marshall dies; John Belushi born.   Today in History, Hoy en  ...→

Enero 23 en la historia:

President Nixon announces accord to end Vietnam War; North Korea seizes the U.S.S. Pueblo; The TV mini-series “Roots” airs on ABC; Toy company Wham-O produces first Frisbees   Today in History,  ...→

Enero 22 en la historia:

Gorbachev explains crackdown in Azerbaijan; Rove vs. Wade decision; Lyndon Johnson dies; Unabomber pleads guilty; Britain’s Queen Victoria dies; The Crucible debuts on Broadway; Rowan & Martin’s  ...→

Enero 21 en la historia:

Tehran frees US hostages after 444 days; France’s King Louis XVI executed; Vladimir Lenin dies; Alger Hiss found guilty of lying to grand jury; President Jimmy Carter pardons Vietnam draft evaders; Concorde  ...→

Enero 20 en la historia:

Iran releases American hostages; Explorers meet at South Pole; Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy innaugurated as President.   Today in History, Hoy en la Historia BBC’s In Context: Written as  ...→

Enero 19 en la historia:

Bill Clinton admits making false statements under oath about his relationship with Monica Lewinsky; Indira Gandhi is elected prime minister of India; Edgar Allan Poe and Robert E. Lee born; Janis Joplin, Dolly Parton  ...→

Enero 18 en la historia:

Post-World War I peace conference begins in Paris; Soviets proclaim end to Leningrad siege; Iraqi Scud missiles hit Israel; Robert F. Scott reaches South Pole; Boston Strangler sentenced; Rudyard Kipling dies. BBC’s  ...→

Enero 17 en la historia:

Eisenhower’s farewell address warns against the military-industrial complex; ‘Mother of all Battles’ begins; Boston thieves pull off historic robbery; Benjamin Franklin, Al Capone, and Muhammad  ...→

Enero 16 en la historia:

  Operation Desert Storm begins with bombing of Baghdad; Space Shuttle Columbia lifts off on final flight; Prohibition takes effect; Shah of Iran flees into exile. Today in History, Hoy en la Historia   Images  ...→

Enero 15 en la historia:

 Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. born; Nixon orders ceasefire in Vietnam; Queen Elizabeth I crowned; Pentagon construction completed; Green Bay beats Kansas City in first Super Bowl. Today in History, Hoy en la Historia BBC’s  ...→

Enero 14 en la historia:

George Wallace sworn-in as Alabama governor; U.S. Ratifies peace treaty, ending American Revolution; UK declared free of foot-and-mouth; Roosevelt, Churchill meet in Casablanca; DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe marry. Today  ...→

Enero 13 en la historia:

 Allies bomb Iraq; Pope recognizes Knights Templar; Hubert Humphrey dies; Douglas Wilder becomes first black governor; Composer Stephen Foster dies. Today in History, Hoy en la Historia BBC’s In Context: Written  ...→

Enero 12 en la historia:

 Congress authorizes military force to expel Iraq from Kuwait; Soviet forces begin large offensive against Nazi Germany; First woman elected to U.S. Senate; Writer Agatha Christie dies; ‘All in the Family’  ...→

Enero 11 en la historia:

 U.S. government warns of smoking risks; Amelia Earhart becomes first woman to fly solo across Pacific; Thousands killed in Peru landslide; Grand Canyon a national monument; Major League Baseball introduces designated  ...→

Enero 10 en la historia:

 Last ditch efforts to avoid Gulf War; Gusher signals start of U.S. oil industry; Thomas Paine publishes Common Sense; London’s Underground opens; The Beatles first album released in US hits store shelves;  ...→

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