Historical Events In December - 13
Monday, 03 August 2020
1928 On this day in history george Gershwin's "An American In Paris" premieres (New York NY)
1928 Clip-on tie designed on this day in history.
1928 On December - 13 w Gordon Smith, playwright
1929 The birth of Christopher Plummer, Stage and screen actor on this day in history.
1929 On December - 13 albert Paulsen, Guayaquil Ecuador, actor (Doctors' Hospital)
1929 Knut Algot Hakanson, composer, dies at 42 on this day in history.
1930 George Sisler's career ends when Boston Braves release him on this day in history.
1930 On December - 13 genevieve Page, actress (Day & the Hour)
1934 On this day in history mark Hellinger Theater (Warner Bros) opens at 237 W 51st St NYC
1934 Richard Darryl Zanuck, film producer/executive on December - 13.
1935 On December - 13 bonno Spieker, Dutch 2nd Chamber member (PvdA)
1935 On this day in history john Nicolson, cricketer (South African lefty batsman 1926-27), dies
1936 On December - 13 final Boston Redskin NFL game, lose to Packers 21-6, move to Wash DC
1938 "Aryanization" decree is enacted, all Jewish property is transferred to Aryan possession on December - 13.
1938 On this day in history los Angeles freezes at 28ø
1938 Los Angeles freezes at 28°F on December - 13.
1939 On this day in history battle at La Plata
1940 On this day in history dusty Tapscott, cricket (bro of Doodles, 4&1 in only S Af Test), dies
1941 On this day in history german occupiers forbid National Front & Netherland Union
1942 On December - 13 seyss-Inquart allows Dutch Nazi Anton Mussert to call himself Leader
1942 On this day in history eleanor Everest Freer, composer, dies at 78
1943 On December - 13 150 US Marauders bomb Schiphol
1944 Japanese kamikaze crashes into US cruiser Nashville, kills 138 on this day in history.
1944 On December - 13 lupe Velez, actress (Joe Palooka), overdoses on seconal at 34
1945 Robert van Genechten, Dutch Nazi (NSB), commits suicide on this day in history.
1946 On this day in history leon Blum elected French premier
1947 On this day in history maine Turnpike opens to traffic
1947 On December - 13 "Caribbean Carnival" closes at International NYC after 11 perfs
1949 On December - 13 knesset votes to transfer Israel's capitol to Jerusalem
1949 AL votes down proposal to revive spitball on this day in history.
1950 On this day in history "Let's Make an Opera" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 5 perfs
1951 On December - 13 future British PM Margaret Roberts Thatcher marries Denis Thatcher
1951 Selim Palmgren, Finnish pianist/composer (Daniel Hjort), dies at 73 on this day in history.
1953 On December - 13 kOAM TV channel 7 in Pittsburg-Joplin, KS (CBS) begins broadcasting