October 27 holidays in 2021
National Black Cat Day
National American Beer Day
October 27 2020 holidays
October 27 2022 holidays
Historical Events on October 27
The former Spanish colony that would become West Florida is annexed by the U.S.
Missouri Executive Order 44 – also known as the Extermination Order – is issued by Missouri Governor Lilburn Boggs. This order calls for all Mormons to either flee the state or be exterminated.
New York’s first underground subway line opens up on this day.
During World War I, the British dreadnought battleship, the HMS Audacious, is sunk off of Tory Island when it runs into a minefield that was laid by the Germans.
Banská Bystrica is captured by German forces during World War II.
Saturn I rocket is tested by NASA.
Major Rudolf Anderson of the USAF is shot down over Cuba by SA-2 surface-to-air missiles that were supplied to Cuba by the Soviet Union.
The construction of a new United States Embassy in Moscow is suspended by Ronald Reagan due to listening devices found in the structure of the building.
Turkmenistan become independent from the Soviet Union.
Substellar Mass Object to be unquestionably identified – Gliese 229 B – is discovered on this day.
Famous Birthdays on October 27
British explorer James Cook is born in
English painter Mary Moser is born in
American colonel, judge and politician, Juan Seguin is born in
American lawyer and politician John Davis Long is born in
American colonel and 26
President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt is born in
English painter Charles Spencelayh is born in
American author Emily Post is born in
American poet, novelist and short story writer, Sylvia Plath is born in
Japanese author Ryō Hanmura is born in
English comedian, actor and screenwriter, John Cleese is born in
American mob boss John Gotti is born in
American author Fran Lebowitz is born in
English author and journalist A.N. Wilson is born in
American author and political scientist, Francis Fukuyama is born in
English actor Peter Firth is born in
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