March 15 holidays in 2018
1848 Revolution Memorial Day
J. J. Roberts Birthday
Ides of March
March 15 2017 holidays
March 15 2019 holidays
Historical Events on March 15
At the Battle of Guilford Court House during the American Revolutionary War, American forces are defeated by British forces. However, the British forces suffer heavy losses in doing so.
George Washington pleads with his officers to not support the Newburgh Conspiracy.
Maine enters the United States as the 23
The United State Naval fleet arrives at Alexandria, Louisiana during the Red River Campaign of the American Civil War.
Automaker Rolls-Royce is incorporated.
Forty-eight hundred troops are dispatched by U.S President Woodrow Wilson to the Mexican border in an effort to pursue Pancho Villa.
In bitter house to house fighting, German forces manage to retake the city of Kharkov from the Red Army at the Third Battle of Kharkov during World War II.
Soviet force start an offense to push German forces out of the Upper Silesia during World War II.
My Fair Lady debuts at the Mark Hellinger Theater on Broadway.
S President Lyndon B. Johnson advocates for the Voting Rights Acts in a speech to the United States Congress.
The first and oldest domain name on the Internet is registered – (symbolics.com).
33 people are killed when the Hotel New World in Singapore collapses.
Famous Birthdays on March 15
American general, judge and 7
President of the U.S., Andrew Jackson is born in
English politician and Prime Minister of the U.K., William Lamb is born in
American lawyer and activist, John Henry Kagi is born in
American actor Judd Hirsch is born in
American engineer Ted Kaufman is born in
American journalist Margo Howard is born in
American author and activist, Kate Bornstein is born in
American actress Eva Longoria is born in
American actress Emily Dunn is born in
American baseball player, Jon Jay is born in
American actor and model, Kellan Lutz is born in
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