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Highlight What Happen On 14 Jan In History Today Special Events

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Highlight What Happen On  14 Jan In History Today


  • 1397   John of Gaunt marries Katherine Rouet.

  • 1846   President James Polk dispatches General Zachary Taylor and 4,000 troops to the Texas Border as war with Mexico looms.

  • 1862    President Lincoln names Edwin M. Stanton Secretary of War.

  • 1900    To combat Czech nationalism, Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria-Hungary decrees German the official language of the Imperial Army.

  • 1919         California votes to ratify the prohibition amendment.

  • 1923         Hitler denounces the Weimar Republic as 5,000 storm troopers demonstrate in Germany.

  • 1927         A woman takes a seat on the NY Stock Exchange breaking the all-male tradition.

  • 1931         The bridge connecting New York and New Jersey is named the George Washington Memorial Bridge.

  • 1937         The United States bars Americans from serving in the Civil War in Spain.

  • 1943         General Leclerc's Free French forces merge with the British under Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery in Libya.

  • 1944         Plants are destroyed and 64 U.S. aircraft are lost in an air attack in Germany.

  • 1945         The Red Army opens an offensive in South Poland, crashing 25 miles through the German lines.

  • 1947         British troops replace striking truck drivers.

  • 1955         Chase National and the Bank of Manhattan agree to merge resulting in the second largest U.S. bank.

  • 1965         Two U.S. planes are shot down in Laos while on a combat mission.

  • 1968         U.S. reports shifting most air targets from North Vietnam to Laos.

  • 1976         Argentina ousts a British envoy in dispute over the Falkland Islands.

  • 1980         The United States offers Pakistan a two-year aid plan to counter the Soviet threat in Afghanistan.

  • 1982         Air Florida Flight 90 Boeing 737 jet crashes into Washington, D.C.'s 14th Street Bridge shortly after takeoff, then plunges into the Potomac River; 78 people, including 4 motorists, are killed.

  • 1990         In Virginia, Douglas Wilder, the first African American elected governor of a US state, takes office.


    Born on January 13


  • 1808         Salmon P. Chase, U.S. Treasury Secretary, sixth Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

  • 1832         Horatio Alger, Jr., American children's author (Ragged Dick, Tattered Tom).

  • 1919         Robert Stack, actor; portrayed Elliot Ness in TV series The Untouchables.

  • 1926         Michael Bond, author, best known for his series of Paddington Bear children's books.

  • 1929         Joe Pass, considered one of the greatest jazz guitarists of the 20th century.

  • 1961         Julia Louis-Dreyfus, actress, producer 

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