Historical Events In 1950
Tuesday, 17 September 2019
Sep 26 On this day in history because of forest fire in Br Columbia, blue moon appears in England
Sep 26 On this day in history uN troops in Korean War recaptured South Korean capital of Seoul
Sep 27 In the year 1950 dr Ralph Bunche receives Nobel Peace Prize
Sep 27 Heavyweight champ Ezzard Charles defeats Joe Louis in the year 1950.
Sep 28 3 RAR arrives in Korea on this day in history.
Sep 29 Balthazar H Verhagen, Neth/South African dramatist/writer, dies in the year 1950.
Sep 30 On this day in history 1st congress of International Astronautical Federation opens in Paris
Sep 30 First congress of Internat'l Astronautical Federation opens in Paris in the year 1950.
Oct 02 On this day in history 1st strip of Charlie Brown, "Li'l Folks," later "Peanuts" in 9 papers
Oct 02 The comic strip "Peanuts" first appears, in 9 newspapers on this day in history.
Oct 03 1st black lead (Ethel Waters) on TV (Beulah) on this day in history.
Oct 04 French troops vacate Cla Afraid Vietnam in the year 1950.
Oct 05 In the year 1950 "Pardon Our French" opens at Broadway Theater NYC for 100 perfs
Oct 07 NY Yankees sweep Phila Phillies in 47th World Series on this day in history.
Oct 07 In the year 1950 uS forces invade Korea by crossing the 38th parallel
Oct 08 In the year 1950 4th NHL All-Star Game: Detroit beat All-Stars 7-1 at Detroit
Oct 11 Task Force 77 Aircraft destroy North Korean vessels off Songjin and Wonsan and north of Hungham on this day in history.
Oct 11 The U.S. Federal Communications Commission issues the first license to broadcast television in color, to CBS in the year 1950.
Oct 12 In the year 1950 "Call Me Madam" opens at Imperial Theater NYC for 644 performances
Oct 14 Rev Sun Young Moon liberated from Hung Nam prison in the year 1950.
Oct 18 Connie Mack retires as manager of A's after 50 years on this day in history.
Oct 19 Bird Building at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is dedicated on this day in history.
Oct 19 In the year 1950 edna St Vincent Millay, poet/dramatist/feminist (Harp Weaver-Pulitzer Prize)
Oct 19 UN forces entered the capital of North Korea in the year 1950.
Oct 20 Henry Lewsis Stimson, US minister of War/gov-gen, dies on this day in history.
Oct 21 Chinese forces occupy Tibet on this day in history.
Oct 22 LA Rams beat Baltimore Colts 70-27 on this day in history.
Oct 23 Al Jolson, [Asa Yoelson], singer/actor (Jazz Singer), dies at 64 on this day in history.
Oct 25 Battle of Pakchon, Korea starts in the year 1950.
Oct 25 Chinese Communist Forces launch first offensive in Korea in the year 1950.
Oct 25 In the year 1950 dutch NSB leader C van Gelderen sentenced to life
Oct 26 On this day in history 630 Dutch volunteers depart (on)to Korea
Oct 26 In the year 1950 in London King George VI opens the restored House of Commons chamber, destroyed in a 1941 bombing raid
Oct 27 Paul Creston's 3rd Symphony "Triumph of St Joan," premieres on this day in history.