Historical Events In March - 27
Monday, 06 July 2020
1931 Arnold Bennett, novelist, dies on March - 27.
1932 On March - 27 de Bataven soccer team forms in Gendt
1933 At a mass rally in New York's Madison Square Garden, Jewish leaders threaten a counter-boycott against German-made goods unless their anti-Jewish boycott is called off on March - 27.
1933 On this day in history farm Credit Administration (US) authorized
1933 Japan leaves League of Nations on this day in history.
1933 Polythene discovered by Reginald Gibson & Eric William Fawcett on March - 27.
1933 On March - 27 lionel Palairet, cricketer (49 runs in 2 Tests for England 1902), dies
1936 On this day in history wOS-AM in Jefferson City Missouri goes off the air
1937 Feyenoord-stadium official opens in Rotterdam on this day in history.
1938 On this day in history the Battle of Taierzhuang takes place.
1938 Louis William Stern, German/US philosopher/psychologist, dies at 66 on this day in history.
1939 On this day in history 1st NCAA Men's Basketball Champion: U of Oregon beats OH State 46-33
1939 On this day in history constance Lindsay Skinner, author (Rivers of America), dies at 57
1940 Himmler orders building of Auschwitz concentration camp, at Katowice on March - 27.
1941 Britain leases defense bases in Trinidad to US for 99 years on this day in history.
1941 On this day in history hitler signs Directive 27 (assault on Yugoslavia)
1941 Yugoslavian coup gets rid of pro-German Prince Paul on March - 27.
1942 Allies raid German submarine base in St Nazaire on March - 27.
1942 On this day in history japanese still residing in California are told they must evacuate within 24 hours of receiving orders.
1942 On March - 27 joe Louis KOs Abe Simon in 6 to retain heavyweight boxing title (New York NY)
1942 On March - 27 the Canadian Parliament passes War Appropriation (United Kingdom) Finance Act; $700 million British debt written off. The cost to each Canadian is $87
1942 -28] Allies raid German submarine base in St Nazaire on March - 27.
1943 Assassination attempt on Van de Peat at Amsterdams census bureau on March - 27.
1943 Blue Ribbon Town (with Groucho Marx) first heard on CBS Radio on March - 27.
1943 HMS DASHER lost 5 miles south of Cumbraes Island in Firth of Clyde, SW Scotland - by aviation gasoline explosion. Working up after repairs to storm-damage sustained during Russian convoy JW.53 the previous month on March - 27.
1943 US begins assault on Fondouk-pass, Tunisia on this day in history.
1943 Grigori Yakovlevich Bakhchivangi, test pilot (BI-1), killed in crash on March - 27.
1944 1,000 Jews leave Drancy France for Auschwitz Concentration Camp on March - 27.
1944 2,000 Jews are murdered in Kaunas Lithuania on this day in history.
1944 On this day in history 40 Jewish policemen in Riga Latvia ghetto are shot by the gestapo
1944 On March - 27 australian Government launches First Victory Loan aimed at raising £150 million ($300 million) for the war effort Twelve major government war loans were offered to the Australian public during World War Two
1944 Children's Aktion-Nazis collect all the Jewish children of Lovno on March - 27.
1945 British premier Churchill sails to eastern banks of Rhine on March - 27.
1945 Ella Fitzgerald & Delta Rhythm Boys record "It's Only a Paper Moon" on this day in history.