Historical Events In 1938
Saturday, 07 December 2019
Aug 31 5th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 28, Washington 16 (74,250) on this day in history.
Sep 02 Glyn Worsnip, broadcaster in the year 1938.
Sep 03 In the year 1938 1940 Olympic site changed from Tokyo Japan to Helsinki Finland
Sep 03 Bart de Ligt, anti military theologist, dies at 77 on this day in history.
Sep 03 Eileen Brennan, American actress in the year 1938.
Sep 04 In the year 1938 clifford Dempsey, actor (Salute), dies at 73
Sep 04 Vainio Muinonen wins 2nd European marathoner (2:37:28.8) in the year 1938.
Sep 06 In the year 1938 wilhelmina celebrates 40th anniversary jubilee as Dutch queen
Sep 12 On this day in history adolph Hitler demands self-determination for Sudeten Germans in Czech
Sep 13 Alexander Cartwright selects to Baseball's Hall of Fame on this day in history.
Sep 13 Samuel Alexander, Engl philosopher (Space, time & deity), dies at 79 in the year 1938.
Sep 14 In the year 1938 graf Zeppelin II, world's largest airship, makes maiden flight
Sep 15 British PM Chamberlain visits Hitler at Berchtesgarden in the year 1938.
Sep 15 On this day in history john Cobb sets world auto speed record at 350.2 MPH (lasts 1 day)
Sep 15 On this day in history thomas Wolfe, US writer (Enigma), dies at 62
Sep 16 In the year 1938 george E T Eyston sets world auto speed record at 357.5 MPH
Sep 16 George E.T. Eyston sets world auto speed record at 357.5 MPH on this day in history.
Sep 17 In the year 1938 52nd US Womens Tennis: Alice Marble beats Nancye Wynne Bolton (60 63)
Sep 18 Chicago Bears beat Green Bay Packers 2-0 on this day in history.
Sep 20 On this day in history dmitri Shostakovitch's Suite for jazz orchestra, premieres
Sep 21 On this day in history atli Heimir Sveinsson, composer
Sep 21 In the year 1938 hurricane (183 MPH winds) in New England kills 700
Sep 21 On this day in history hurricane (winds 183 MPH) in New England kills 700
Sep 21 More than 600 people are killed as a hurricane batters New England on this day in history.
Sep 23 On this day in history british premier Neville Chamberlain flies to Munich
Sep 23 Time capsule, to be opened in 6939, buried at World's Fair in NYC (capsule contained a woman's hat, man's pipe and 1,100' of microfilm) in the year 1938.
Sep 24 Alice Marble wins her 2nd singles US tennis title on this day in history.
Sep 26 Hitler issues ultimatum to Czech government, demanding Sudenten Land in the year 1938.
Sep 27 British ocean liner "Queen Elizabeth," launches at Clydebank Scotland in the year 1938.
Sep 27 Ocean liner Queen Elizabeth launched at Glasgow on this day in history.
Sep 28 On this day in history clare Boothe's "Boys Goodbye," premieres in NYC
Sep 29 In the year 1938 1st archival course is offered at Columbia University in NYC
Sep 29 In the year 1938 munich Conference, Chamberlain of Britain and Daladier of France agree to German annexation of part of Czechoslovakia.
Sep 30 British premier Chamberlain arrives in Munich on this day in history.