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This Date in History Calendar- March 10

In assasination, China, Films/Film stars, History, Justice, peace, Technology, Vietnam War, World War II on March 10, 2008 by Editor Z


Telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell using the original telephone.

Courtesy: hippy.com, wikipedia, History Channel

1876: Telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell makes the first ever successful telephone call.

1880: Members of the Salvation Army begin operations in the United States.

1912: Chinese General Yuan Shaki officially takes the oath of office as only the second President of the Republic of China.

1918: Warner Bros studios releases its first motion picture “My Four Years in Germany”.

1922: Human Rights activist and pacifist leader Mohandas Gandhi is imprisoned on charges of sedition in India.

1945: U.S Army Airforce unleashes its fury and strength, when it firebombs Tokyo.

1969: James Earl Ray admits to the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

1970: Captain Ernest Medha is charged with war Crimes in connection with the March 1968 My Lai Massacre, during the Vietnam War.


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