Historical Events In 1990
Thursday, 15 April 2021
Oct 27 In the year 1990 elliott Roosevelt, son of FDR, dies at 80
Oct 29 30 die in a (5.7) earthquake in Algeria on this day in history.
Oct 29 On this day in history william French Smith, attorney general (1980), dies at 73 of cancer
Oct 30 On this day in history craig Russell, female impersonator, dies of an AIDS-stroke at 42
Oct 31 Graig Russel, Canadian travel expert/transvestite, dies in the year 1990.
Nov 01 Last of Margaret Thatcher's original cabinet resigns, Deputy PM Sir Geoffrey Howe in the year 1990.
Nov 01 In the year 1990 rhetoric escalates as Bush likens Saddam to Hitler
Nov 01 On this day in history sandra Miller awarded $100 for Mike Tyson fondling her breasts
Nov 03 On this day in history mary Martin, actress (Peter Pan), dies of cancer at 76
Nov 04 On this day in history iraq says it is preparing for a "dangerous war"
Nov 04 In the year 1990 secretary of State James Baker visits US troops in Saudi Arabia
Nov 05 Bobby Nunn, US bassist (Coasters-Down in Mexico), dies at about 65 in the year 1990.
Nov 06 In the year 1990 will Kuluva, actor (To Trap a Spy, Go Naked in World), dies at 73
Nov 07 Josephine Wilson, actress (We Dive at Dawn), dies at 86 on this day in history.
Nov 08 100,000 additional US troops are sent to the Persian gulf in the year 1990.
Nov 08 Anya Seton, US author, dies on this day in history.
Nov 08 Saddam fires his army chief & threatens to destroy Arabian peninsula in the year 1990.
Nov 09 In the year 1990 president Bush announces Doubling of US forces in Gulf
Nov 10 On this day in history lebanon releases 2 French hostages (Camille Sontag & Marcel Coudari)
Nov 10 Lisa Kirk, US Broadway-singer, dies on this day in history.
Nov 12 On this day in history dave Willock, actor (Queen of Outer Space), dies at 81
Nov 13 Charlie Carpenter, dies at 77 on this day in history.
Nov 14 K L Poll, journalist/author, dies on this day in history.
Nov 14 In the year 1990 michael Heseltine contests Thatcher's leadership of the party
Nov 15 Bill E Herndon, actor (Rivals), dies at 54 on this day in history.
Nov 15 On this day in history president Bush signs the Clear Air Act of 1990
Nov 16 Manuel Noriega claims US denied him a fair trial in the year 1990.
Nov 18 Peter Schilperoort, saxophonist/clarinetist, dies on this day in history.
Nov 18 On this day in history saddam offers to free an estimated 2,000 men held in Kuwait
Nov 19 On this day in history greyhound Bus Lines files reorganization plan so they can be traded publicly
Nov 19 Iraq announces it will free all German hostages in the year 1990.
Nov 19 On this day in history the owners of Guinness Beer hoisted a toast on this day to celebrate their $1 billion purchase of Spain's biggest brewer, La Cruz del Campo (Cruzcampo)
Nov 20 On this day in history chief Justice Bertha Wilson (Supreme Court of Cda.) announces her retirement after 9 years
Nov 20 On this day in history layne Halls of Silver Creek, New York, died at the age of 105, according to his death certificate. Halls had the distinction of being the oldest licensed driver in the United States at the time