Historical Events In 1955
Monday, 26 October 2020
Dec 06 New York psychologist Joyce Brothers won "$64,000 Question" on boxing in the year 1955.
Dec 06 NY psychologist Joyce Brothers won "$64,000 Question" on boxing in the year 1955.
Dec 06 In the year 1955 the Federal government standardized the size of license plates throughout the U.S. Previously, individual states had designed their own license plates, resulting in wide variations.
Dec 07 In the year 1955 clement Attlee resigns as chairman of England's Labour Party
Dec 08 21st Heisman Trophy Award: Howard Cassady, Ohio State (HB) in the year 1955.
Dec 08 On this day in history jacques Handschin, Swiss musicologist, dies at 69
Dec 11 Franz Adolf Syberg, composer, dies at 51 on this day in history.
Dec 12 On this day in history 1st prototype of hovercraft patented by Brit eng Christoper Cockerell
Dec 12 On this day in history hovercraft patented by British engineer Christopher Cockerell
Dec 14 Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Ceylon, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Laos, Libya, Nepal, Portugal, Rumania, and Spain all join the United Nations in the year 1955.
Dec 14 Dutch Reformed Church condemns woman/wife as vicar in the year 1955.
Dec 17 Carl Perkins wrote Blue Suede Shoes. Less than 48 hours later, he recorded it at the Sun Studios in Memphis in the year 1955.
Dec 19 Carl Perkins records "Blue Suede Shoes" in the year 1955.
Dec 20 On this day in history cardiff is proclaimed the capital city of Wales, United Kingdom.
Dec 21 Dorothy Bernard, actress (Margaret-Life With Father), dies at 65 in the year 1955.
Dec 22 In the year 1955 len Braund, cricketer (23 Tests for England 987 runs 47 wkts), dies
Dec 24 Nana Bryant, actress (Mrs Nestor-Our Miss Brooks), dies at 67 in the year 1955.
Dec 28 On this day in history 44th Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in New York (5-0)
Dec 29 Barbra Streisand's 1st recording "You'll Never Know" at age 13 on this day in history.
Dec 29 In the year 1955 barbra Streisand's first recording "You'll Never Know" at age 13