ON THIS DAY | April 21 | The Day The World Changed Forever

We hoped you like our first post on April 20th. We’ve decided to continue with tradition in covering “What really happened” on each of these days in history and how our lives changed forever. We have gleaned information from the internet and may have missed a few along the way but you get the gist of what happened back in the olden days.

753 BC | Romulus and Remus found Rome.

1649  | Maryland Toleration Act is signed, allowing all Freedom of Worship.

1789 | John Adams, is sworn in as the 1st United States Vice-President.

1862  | US Mint in Denver, Colorado is established by Congress.

1878 | NY installs 1st firehouse pole.

1930 | Fire at Ohio State Penn kills 322.

1961 | USAF Maj Robert M White takes X-15 to 32,000 m.

1976  | Swine-flu vaccine for non-epidemic enters testing.

1983 | 1 pound coin introduced in the UK.

1984  | The CDC says virus discovered in France causes AIDs.

Here’s just a few for today. Enjoy!

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