Historical Events In 1973
Wednesday, 19 January 2022
May 14 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, last airs on NBC-TV on this day in history.
May 14 Skylab launched, the first Space Station on this day in history.
May 14 The United States launch the Skylab 1 space station in the year 1973.
May 14 US Supreme court approves equal rights to females in military on this day in history.
May 15 In the year 1973 willem H Rassers, Dutch cult anthropologist (Pandji-Novel), dies at 95
May 16 On this day in history aC Milan wins 13th Europe Cup II in Saloniki
May 16 On this day in history zimbian troops kill two Canadian women at Rhodesian (Zimbabwe) border; believed they were saboteurs.
May 17 In the year 1973 alexander J Kropholler, Dutch architect/writer, dies at 91
May 17 Senate Watergate Committee begins its hearings on this day in history.
May 17 Stevie Wonder releases "You are the Sunshine of my Life" on this day in history.
May 17 In the year 1973 the Senate Select Committee hearings on Watergate open
May 17 US performs 3 nuclear tests at Rifle CO in the year 1973.
May 18 In the year 1973 jeannette Rankin, 1st Congresswoman (1917-19, 41-43), dies at 92
May 18 In the year 1973 russian party leader Brezhnev visits West Germany
May 20 25th Emmy Awards Waltons, All in the Family & Mary Tyler Moore win on this day in history.
May 20 In the year 1973 25th Emmy Awards: Waltons, All in the Family & Mary Tyler Moore win
May 21 On this day in history carlo E Gadda, Italian engineer/writer (War Diary), dies at 79
May 22 In the year 1973 emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation
May 22 On this day in history president Nixon confesses his role in Watergate cover-up
May 22 U S President Richard Nixon confesses his role in the Watergate cover-up on this day in history.
May 23 Athena Lorde, actress (Fuzz, Skin Game, Firecreek), dies at 57 on this day in history.
May 25 On this day in history argentine Peronist Hector Cámpora installed as president
May 25 Borussia Mönchengladbach wins 2nd UEFA Cup at Mönchengladbach on this day in history.
May 25 George Harrison releases "Give Me Love" in UK in the year 1973.
May 25 Launch of Skylab 2 mission, which was first U.S. manned orbiting space station. It had an all Navy crew of CAPT Charles Conrad, Jr., USN. (commanding), CDR Joseph P. Kerwin, USN and CDR Paul J. Weitz, USN. During the 28 day mission of 404 orbits, the craft rendezvoused with Skylab to make repairs and conduct science experiments. Recovery by USS Ticonderoga (CVS-14) on this day in history.
May 26 On this day in history "Funky Worm" by Ohio Players hits #15
May 26 "Super Fly Meets Shaft" by John & Ernest hits #31 on this day in history.
May 26 On this day in history bahrain adopts it's constitution
May 26 Beatles' "The Beatles 1967-1970" album goes #1 on this day in history.
May 26 Jacques Lipchitz, US cubist sculptor, dies at 81 in the year 1973.
May 28 Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt, Germ composer/conductor (Hassan), dies at 73 in the year 1973.
May 29 Columbia Records fires president Clive Davis for misappropriating $100,000 in funds, Davis will start Arista records on this day in history.
May 29 Eric Applewhite, entertainer, dies on this day in history.
May 29 Tom Bradley is elected the first black mayor of Los Angeles on this day in history.