Historical Events In August - 28
Sunday, 16 January 2022
1957 Sen Thurmond begins 24-hr filibuster against civil rights bill on August - 28.
1958 Nellie Fox sets record for consecutive games without striking out (98) on August - 28.
1958 On August - 28 nikolay Semyonovich Golovanov, composer, dies at 67
1959 On this day in history bohuslav Jan Martinu, Czech composer (Hry o Marti), dies at 68
1960 White Sox Ted Kluzewski's 3-run HR is disallowed as ump called time on this day in history.
1960 On this day in history anton Lajovic, composer, dies at 81
1961 On August - 28 thomas Connolly, 1st baseball umpire elected to hall of fame, dies
1962 Dr Geza DeKaplany tortures wife with acid on August - 28.
1962 Tony Sheridan & the Beat Brothers record "Ya Ya (Parts 1 + 2)" on this day in history.
1962 55.9 cm rainfall at Hackberry, Louisiana (state record) on this day in history.
1963 200,000 demonstrate for equal rights in Washington, DC on August - 28.
1963 Civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr delivers his I Have a Dream speech before an audience of 250,000 near the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC on this day in history.
1963 Evergreen Point Floating Bridge connecting Seattle & Bellevue opens on this day in history.
1963 On this day in history martin Luther King Jr's "I have a dream speech" at Lincoln Memorial
1963 On this day in history over 200,000 people march through Washington in a civil rights demonstration led by Rv. Martin Luther King
1964 Beatlemania is in full swing as The Beatles grace the cover of LIFE magazine on August - 28.
1964 On this day in history race riot in Philadelphia
1964 On this day in history gracie Allen, Mrs George Burns/comedian (Burns & Allen), dies at 62
1967 On August - 28 charles Darrow, US inventor of Monopoly, dies
1968 On this day in history anti-war demonstrators clash with police in Chicago, where Hubert H. Humphrey receives the Democratic nomination for president.
1968 Police & anti-war demonstrators clash at Chicago's Dem Natl Conven on this day in history.
1968 On this day in history john Gordon Mein, US ambassador in Guatemala, dies
1969 On August - 28 clarence R Hennecke, actor (Keystone Kops), dies at 74
1971 25 people die and 1,150 are rescued when the Greek liner Haleanna catches fire on this day in history.
1971 On August - 28 nathan Leopold, US kidnapper/murderer of Bobby Franks (1924), dies
1972 On this day in history mark Spitz earns the first of seven gold medals, seting a world record in the 200-meter butterfly at the Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany.
1972 William HAF, Engl prince/grandson of George V, dies in accident at 29 on this day in history.
1973 6.8 quake centered in Oaxaca State in Mexico kills 527 on this day in history.
1973 An earthquake jolts Mexico, killing more than 500 people on this day in history.
1973 In Veracruz, Mexico a 7.2 earthquake resulted in more than 600 reported killed, thousands injured on August - 28.
1974 On August - 28 soyuz 15 returns to Earth
1978 Donald Vesco rode 21'-long Kawasaki motorcycle at 318.598 mph on this day in history.
1978 On this day in history bruce Catton, US historian/writer (Civil War), dies at 78
1979 On this day in history simonow, writer, dies