Historical Events In 1973
Wednesday, 30 September 2020
Jan 16 USSR's Lunakhod 2 begins radio-controlled exploration of the Moon on this day in history.
Jan 17 On this day in history city of Amsterdam decides to support Hanoi
Jan 17 Fred Essler, actor (Unsinkable Molly Brown), dies at 77 on this day in history.
Jan 17 In the year 1973 new Philippine constitution names Marcos president for life
Jan 18 In the year 1973 john Cleese's final episode on "Monty Python's Flying Circus," on BBC
Jan 19 Max Adrian, actor (Boy Friend, Her Favorite Husband), dies at 69 in the year 1973.
Jan 20 Amilcar L Cabral, fought for Guinea Bissau independence, murdered 51 on this day in history.
Jan 21 In the year 1973 canadian actor Leslie Nielson appears in the Ringbanger episode of the TV sitcom M*A*S*H
Jan 22 On this day in history former U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson (LBJ) dies at age 64.
Jan 22 In the Roe vs. Wade decision, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down state laws restricting abortions during the first six months of pregnancy on this day in history.
Jan 22 Lyndon B Johnson, president (1963-69), dies at his Texas ranch at 64 on this day in history.
Jan 22 On this day in history the Supreme Court announces the famous Roe versus Wade decision, legalizing abortion (in the first six months of pregnancy) in the U.S.
Jan 22 In the year 1973 with Roe vs Wade, US Supreme Court legalizes abortion
Jan 23 Helgafell, island of Heimaey Iceland erupts for first time in 7,000 years on this day in history.
Jan 23 Jordan Air crash at Kano, Nigeria kills 176 Moslem pilgrims in the year 1973.
Jan 23 Neil Young interrupts his concert to read a message handed to him, announcing the signing of the Vietnam peace accord. "Peace has come," he says; after ten minutes of audience celebration, he launches into his single, Southern Man in the year 1973.
Jan 23 In the year 1973 president Nixon announced that U.S. troops would cease fighting in Vietnam at midnight Jan. 27.
Jan 23 On this day in history u.S. President Richard Nixon announces the end of U.S. involvement in Vietnam.
Jan 24 Alan Lisette, cricketer (took 3 wickets in 2 Tests for NZ 1956), dies on this day in history.
Jan 24 Canada joins the International Commission for Control and Supervision in Vietnam for 60-day period; ICCS a truce-observance commission; with Hungary, Poland, Indonesia in the year 1973.
Jan 24 Warren Spahn is elected to Baseball Hall of Fame on this day in history.
Jan 25 On the British Columbia coast the Freighter Irish Stardust grounds north of Vancouver Island., spilling 378,000 litres of fuel oil, spill spreads 320 km south on this day in history.
Jan 26 On this day in history actor Edward G. Robinson dies at age 79.
Jan 26 Belgium government of Leburton forms on this day in history.
Jan 26 Edward G Robinson, [Goldenberg], actor (Little Caesar), dies at 79 on this day in history.
Jan 27 In the year 1973 the Vietnam peace accords are signed in Paris.
Jan 27 UCLA's basketball team wins 61st consecutive game (NCAA record) on this day in history.
Jan 27 US &Vietnam sign cease-fire, ending longest US war &military draft in the year 1973.
Jan 27 On this day in history uS and Vietnam sign cease-fire, ending longest US war
Jan 27 US female Figure Skating championship won by Janet Lynn (her 5th consecutive win) on this day in history.
Jan 27 On this day in history uS male Figure Skating championship won by Gordon McKellen Jr
Jan 27 In the year 1973 william Rogers &Nguyen Duy Trinh sign US-N Vietnam treaty
Jan 28 "Barnaby Jones" premieres on CBS TV on this day in history.
Jan 28 John Banner, actor (Schultz-Hogan's Heroes), dies on 62nd birthday on this day in history.