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This Day in History for March 30 – President Reagan Shot and More

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1842 – Anesthesia is used for the first time during surgery (More info)

1867 – US Secretary of State William H. Seward agrees to purchase Alaska from Russia for $7 million (More info)

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This Day in History for March 29 – US Troops Leave Vietnam and More

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1867 – The North America Act is passed by the British parliament, creating the dominion of Canada (More info)

1929 – Herbert Hoover becomes the first president to have a telephone installed in the Oval Office (More info)

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This Day in History for March 28 – Three Mile Island Accident and More

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1834 – President Andrew Jackson becomes the first president to be censured by Congress (More info)

1939 – The Spanish Civil War ends (More info)

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This Day in History for March 27 – FDA Approves Viagra and More

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1866 – President Andrew Johnson vetoes a civil rights bill which later becomes the 14th Amendment (More info)

1912 – Japanese cherry trees are planted along the Potomac, giving rise to the annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC (More info)

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This Day in History for March 26 – Egypt–Israel Peace Treaty Signed and More

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1945 – The battle of Iwo Jima ends (More info)

1979 – Anwar al-Sadat, Menachem Begin and Jimmy Carter sign the Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty (More info)

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What’s the Real Story Behind the Phrase ‘Pardon My French?’

When you tell someone, “please pardon my French,” you are in fact apologizing for your offensive language. When French people speak French, they don’t say, “pardon my English” when they want to cuss someone out.

So what’s going on here? Do the French have better curse words than we do?

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This Day in History for March 23 – Mussolini Founds Facist Movement and More

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1775 – Patrick Henry opposes British policy by declaring, “Give me liberty, or give me death!” (More info)

1839 – The initials “O.K.” are first published in the Boston Morning Post (More info)

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Can a Photograph Offer a Clue About What Happened to Amelia Earhart? [VIDEO]

It’s been 75 years since Amelia Earhart disappeared in the South Pacific, but researchers have gotten a new lead in the case. A photo that was taken only three months after her disappearance could hold an important clue to where she is.

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This Day in History for March 22 – Hale-Bopp Comet Appears and More

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1765 – The British Parliament passes the Stamp Act that introduces a tax to be levied directly on its American colonies (More info)

1894 – The first Stanley Cup championship game is won by the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association, which triumphed over the Ottawa Capitals (More info)

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This Day in History for March 21 – Selma Civil Rights March and More

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1804 – Napoleonic Code is approved in France, giving the country its first post-revolutionary set of laws concerning property, colonial affairs, the family, and individual rights (More info)

1963 – Alcatraz Prison in San Francisco Bay closes down and transfers its last prisoners (More info)

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