Gandhi received a six-year prison sentence - On March 18, 1922, the civil rights activist Mahatma Gandhi was sentenced to 6 years imprisonment by a British colonial Read More
First man to walk in space - In 1965, the Soviet Union went ahead the United States, leading the first ever spacewalk with the Voskhod 2 mission. Read More
Einstein finished his Quantum Theory of Light - On March 17, 1905, Albert Einstein revolutionized the physics whit the finished of a scientific paper detailing his Quantum Theory Read More
Belzec Concentration Camp inauguration - In 1942, the Belzec Concentration Camp, at south east Poland, opened with the arrival of about 30.000 Polish Jews for Read More
Eisenhower endorses the use of atomic weapons in war - In 1955, the U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower talked in a conference about the possibility of using atomic weapons against strictly Read More
First liquid-fueled rocket - On March 16, 1926, the American engineer Robert H. Goddard launched successfully the world’s first liquid-fueled rocket in Massachusetts, which Read More
Columbus returned to Spain - On March 15, 1493, Christopher Columbus arrived back in Spain after his first voyage to the New World. He announced Read More
Journalist is executed in Iraq - In 1990, Iraqi authorities ordered the execution of The Observer journalist Farzad Bazoft, who traveled from Britain, to investigate an Read More
Ellen White received a vision of Christ - On March 14, 1858, Ellen G. White, one of the Adventism supporters, had a vision of a conflict between Christ, Read More
Revolution of the cotton industry - In 1794, the inventor Eli Whitney patented the cotton gin machine, which automated the separation of cottonseed from the short-staple Read More