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ⓘ March 17

  • 1860 – The First Taranaki War begins in Taranaki, New Zealand, a major phase of the New Zealand Wars.
  • 1950 – Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley announce the creation of element 98, which they name "californium".
  • 455 – Petronius Maximus becomes, with support of the Roman Senate, emperor of the Western Roman Empire; he forces Licinia Eudoxia, the widow of his predecessor, Valentinian III, to marry him.
  • 1988 – Eritrean War of Independence: The Nadew Command, an Ethiopian army corps in Eritrea, is attacked on three sides by military units of the Eritrean Peoples Liberation Front in the opening action of the Battle of Afabet.
  • 2004 – Unrest in Kosovo: More than 22 are killed and 200 wounded. Thirty-five Serbian Orthodox shrines in Kosovo and two mosques in Serbia are destroyed.
  • 1973 – The Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph Burst of Joy is taken, depicting a former prisoner of war being reunited with his family, which came to symbolize the end of United States involvement in the Vietnam War.
  • 2003 – Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Robin Cook, resigns from the British Cabinet in disagreement with government plans for the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
  • 1968 – As a result of nerve gas testing by the U.S. Army Chemical Corps in Skull Valley, Utah, over 6.000 sheep are found dead.
  • 1947 – First flight of the B-45 Tornado strategic bomber.
  • 1985 – Serial killer Richard Ramirez, aka the "Night Stalker", commits the first two murders in his Los Angeles murder spree.
  • 1891 – SS Utopia collides with HMS Anson in the Bay of Gibraltar and sinks, killing 562 of the 880 passengers on board.
  • 1979 – The Penmanshiel Tunnel collapses during engineering works, killing two workers.
  • 1969 – Golda Meir becomes the first female Prime Minister of Israel.
  • 1963 – Mount Agung erupted on Bali killing more than 1.100 people.
  • 1941 – In Washington, D.C., the National Gallery of Art is officially opened by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
  • 1852 – Annibale De Gasparis discovers in Naples the asteroid Psyche from the north dome of the Astronomical Observatory of Capodimonte
  • 1452 – The Battle of Los Alporchones is fought in the context of the Spanish Reconquista between the Emirate of Granada and the combined forces of the Kingdom of Castile and Murcia resulting in a Christian victory.
  • 1921 – The Second Polish Republic adopts the March Constitution.
  • 1988 – A Colombian Boeing 727 jetliner, Avianca Flight 410, crashes into a mountainside near the Venezuelan border killing 143.
  • 1842 – The Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is formed.
  • 1958 – The United States launches the first solar-powered satellite.
  • 1948 – Belgium, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom sign the Treaty of Brussels, a precursor to the North Atlantic Treaty establishing NATO.
  • 45 BC – In his last victory, Julius Caesar defeats the Pompeian forces of Titus Labienus and Pompey the Younger in the Battle of Munda.
  • 1942 – Holocaust: The first Jews from the Lvov Ghetto are gassed at the Belzec death camp in what is today eastern Poland.
  • 1560 – Fort Coligny on Villegagnon Island in Rio de Janeiro is attacked and destroyed during the Portuguese campaign against France Antarctique.
  • 1677 – The Siege of Valenciennes, during the Franco-Dutch War, ends with Frances taking of the city.
  • 1824 – The Anglo-Dutch Treaty is signed in London, dividing the Malay archipelago. As a result, the Malay Peninsula is dominated by the British, while Sumatra and Java and surrounding areas are dominated by the Dutch.
  • 1776 – American Revolution: The British Army evacuates Boston, ending the Siege of Boston, after George Washington and Henry Knox place artillery in positions overlooking the city.
  • 1960 – U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs the National Security Council directive on the anti-Cuban covert action program that will ultimately lead to the Bay of Pigs Invasion.
  • 1337 – Edward, the Black Prince is made Duke of Cornwall, the first Duchy in England.
  • 180 – Commodus becomes sole emperor of the Roman Empire at the age of eighteen, following the death of his father, Marcus Aurelius.
  • 1992 – A referendum to end apartheid in South Africa is passed 68.7% to 31.2%.
  • 1992 – Israeli Embassy attack in Buenos Aires: Car bomb attack kills 29 and injures 242.
  • 1957 – A plane crash in Cebu, Philippines kills Philippine President Ramon Magsaysay and 24 others.
  • 2000 – Five hundred and thirty members of the Ugandan cult Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God die in a fire, considered to be a mass murder or suicide orchestrated by leaders of the cult. Elsewhere another 248 members are later found dead.
  • 1780 – American Revolution: George Washington grants the Continental Army a holiday "as an act of solidarity with the Irish in their fight for independence".
  • 1001 – The Raja of Butuan in what is now the Philippines sends a tributary mission to the Song dynasty.
  • 1861 – The Kingdom of Italy is proclaimed.
  • 1939 – Second Sino-Japanese War: Battle of Nanchang between the Kuomintang and Japan begins.
  • 1966 – Off the coast of Spain in the Mediterranean, the DSV Alvin submarine finds a missing American hydrogen bomb.
  • 1805 – The Italian Republic, with Napoleon as president, becomes the Kingdom of Italy, with Napoleon as King of Italy.
  • 1945 – The Ludendorff Bridge in Remagen, Germany, collapses, ten days after its capture.
                                     

1. Births

  • 1981 – Servet Çetin, Turkish footballer
  • 1959 – Paul Black, American singer-songwriter and drummer
  • 1864 – Joseph Baptista, Indian engineer, lawyer, and politician d. 1930
  • 1938 – Rudolf Nureyev, Russian-French dancer and choreographer d. 1993
  • 1867 – Patrice Contamine de Latour, Spanish poet d. 1926
  • 1945 – Michael Hayden, American general, 20th Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
  • 1926 – Siegfried Lenz, Polish-German author and playwright d. 2014
  • 1967 – Barry Minkow, American pastor and businessman
  • 1987 – Emmanuel Sanders, American football player
  • 1915 – Bill Roycroft, Australian equestrian rider d. 2011
  • 1960 – Vicki Lewis, American actress and singer
  • 1986 – Silke Spiegelburg, German pole vaulter
  • 1968 – Eri Nitta, Japanese singer-songwriter and actress
  • 1915 – Robert S. Arbib Jr., American ornithologist, writer and conservationist d. 1987
  • 1939 – Robin Knox-Johnston, English sailor and first person to perform a single-handed non-stop circumnavigation of the globe
  • 1937 – Galina Samsova, Russian ballerina
  • 1987 – Ryan Parent, Canadian ice hockey player
  • 1973 – Caroline Corr, Irish singer and drummer
  • 1957 – Michael Kelly, American journalist and author d. 2003
  • 1665 – Elisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre, French harpsichord player and composer d. 1729
  • 1944 – Pattie Boyd, English model, author, and photographer
  • 1975 – Justin Hawkins, English singer-songwriter
  • 1949 – Patrick Duffy, American actor, director, and producer
  • 1849 – Cornelia Clapp, American marine biologist d. 1934
  • 1880 – Lawrence Oates, English lieutenant and explorer d. 1912
  • 1904 – Chaim Gross, Austrian-American sculptor and educator d. 1991
  • 1981 – Aaron Baddeley, American-Australian golfer
  • 1806 – Norbert Rillieux, African American inventor and chemical engineer d. 1894
  • 1955 – Gary Sinise, American actor, director, and bass player
  • 1962 – Carsten Almqvist, Swedish business executive
  • 1938 – Keith OBrien, Northern Ireland-born Scottish cleric, theologian, and cardinal d. 2018
  • 1912 – Bayard Rustin, American activist d. 1987
  • 1960 – Arye Gross, American actor
  • 1956 – Rory McGrath, British comedian, television personality, and writer
  • 1955 – Cynthia McKinney, American activist and politician
  • 1941 – Max Stafford-Clark, English director and academic
  • 1944 – Cito Gaston, American baseball player and manager
  • 1992 – John Boyega, English actor
  • 1979 – Stormy Daniels, born Stephanie Gregory, American adult film actress
  • 1915 – Ray Ellington, English drummer and bandleader d. 1985
  • 1928 – William John McKeag, Canadian businessman and politician, 17th Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba d. 2007
  • 1976 – Stephen Gately, Irish singer-songwriter and actor d. 2009
  • 1537 – Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Japanese daimyō d. 1598
  • 1886 – Princess Patricia of Connaught d. 1974
  • 1888 – Paul Ramadier, French lawyer and politician, Prime Minister of France d. 1961
  • 1991 – Jack De Belin, Australian rugby league player
  • 1990 – Saina Nehwal, Indian badminton player
  • 1979 – Stephen Kramer Glickman, Canadian-American actor, director, producer, and fashion designer
  • 1943 – Andrew Brook, Canadian philosopher, author, and academic
  • 1777 – Patrick Bronte, Irish-English priest and author d. 1861
  • 1902 – Bobby Jones, American golfer and lawyer d. 1971
  • 1961 – Casey Siemaszko, American actor
  • 1988 – Grimes, Canadian artist, musician and music video director
  • 1975 – Puneeth Rajkumar, Indian actor, singer, and producer
  • 1980 – Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi, Pakistani tennis player
  • 1881 – Walter Rudolf Hess, Swiss physiologist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate d. 1973
  • 1964 – Jacques Songoo, Cameroonian footballer and coach
  • 1777 – Roger B. Taney, American politician and jurist, 5th Chief Justice of the United States d. 1864
  • 1820 – Jean Ingelow, English poet and author d. 1897
  • 1976 – Alvaro Recoba, Uruguayan footballer
  • 1231 – Emperor Shijō of Japan d. 1242
  • 1961 – Sam Bowie, American basketball player
  • 1953 – Chuck Muncie, American football player d. 2013
  • 1885 – Ralph Rose, American track and field athlete d. 1913
  • 1990 – Hozier, Irish singer-songwriter and musician
  • 1611 – Robert Douglas, Count of Skenninge, Swedish field marshal d. 1662
  • 1986 – Chris Davis, American baseball player
  • 1686 – Jean-Baptiste Oudry, French painter and engraver d. 1755
  • 1895 – Lloyd Rees, Australian painter d. 1988
  • 1987 – Bobby Ryan, American ice hockey player
  • 1943 – Jeff Banks, Welsh fashion designer
  • 1949 – Stuart Rose, English businessman
  • 1925 – Gabriele Ferzetti, Italian actor d. 2015
  • 1924 – Stephen Dodgson, English composer and educator d. 2013
  • 1920 – Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Bangladeshi politician, 1st President of Bangladesh d. 1975
  • 1849 – Charles F. Brush, American businessman and philanthropist, co-invented the Arc lamp d. 1929
  • 1995 – Ashley Taylor, Australian rugby league player
  • 1977 – Tamar Braxton, American singer-songwriter and actress
  • 1993 – Matteo Bianchetti, Italian footballer
  • 1982 – Steven Pienaar, South African footballer
  • 1988 – Rasmus Elm, Swedish footballer
  • 1839 – Josef Rheinberger, Liechtensteiner-German organist and composer d. 1901
  • 1877 – Otto Gross, Austrian-German psychoanalyst and philosopher d. 1920
  • 1997 – Katie Ledecky, American swimmer
  • 1966 – Andrew Rosindell, English journalist and politician
  • 1901 – Alfred Newman, American composer and conductor d. 1970
  • 1958 – Christian Clemenson, American actor
  • 1962 – Clare Grogan, Scottish singer and actress
  • 1988 – Ryan White, Canadian ice hockey player
  • 1962 – Janet Gardner, American singer and guitarist
  • 1922 – Patrick Suppes, American psychologist and philosopher d. 2014
  • 1936 – Ladislav Kupkovic, Slovakian composer and conductor d. 2016
  • 1972 – Mia Hamm, American soccer player
  • 1725 – Lachlan McIntosh, Scottish-American general and politician d. 1806
  • 1940 – Mark White, American lawyer and politician, 43rd Governor of Texas
  • 1780 – Thomas Chalmers, Scottish minister, economist, and educator d. 1847
  • 1981 – Kyle Korver, American basketball player
  • 1930 – James Irwin, American colonel, pilot, and astronaut d. 1991
  • 1933 – Myrlie Evers-Williams, American journalist and activist
  • 1989 – Shinji Kagawa, Japanese footballer
  • 1889 – Harry Clarke, Irish stained-glass artist and book illustrator d. 1931
  • 1976 – Scott Downs, American baseball player
  • 1936 – Ken Mattingly, American admiral, pilot, and astronaut
  • 1972 – Melissa Auf der Maur, Canadian-American singer-songwriter and bass player
  • 1947 – Dennis Bond, English footballer, midfielder
  • 1992 – Patrick Cantlay, American golfer
  • 1941 – Paul Kantner, American singer-songwriter and guitarist d. 2016
  • 1906 – Brigitte Helm, German-Swiss actress d. 1996
  • 1967 – Billy Corgan, American singer-songwriter, guitarist, pianist, and producer
  • 1964 – Lee Dixon, English footballer and journalist
  • 1892 – Sayed Darwish, Egyptian singer-songwriter and producer d. 1923
  • 1907 – Takeo Miki, Japanese politician, 41st Prime Minister of Japan d. 1988
  • 1951 – Scott Gorham, American singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1968 – Mathew St. Patrick, American actor and producer
  • 1944 – John Sebastian, American singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1987 – Krisnan Inu, New Zealand rugby league player
  • 1473 – James IV of Scotland d. 1513
  • 1970 – Gene Ween, American singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1935 – Adam Wade, American singer, drummer, and actor
  • 1952 – Barry Horne, English activist d. 2001
  • 1951 – Craig Ramsay, Canadian ice hockey player and coach
  • 1948 – William Gibson, American-Canadian author and screenwriter
  • 1919 – Nat King Cole, American singer, pianist, and television host d. 1965
  • 1974 – Mark Dolan, English comedian and television host
  • 1891 – Ross McLarty, Australian politician, 17th Premier of Western Australia d. 1962
  • 1941 – Wang Jin-pyng, Taiwanese soldier and politician
  • 1862 – Silvio Gesell, Belgian merchant and economist d. 1930
  • 1961 – Dana Reeve, American actress, singer, and activist d. 2006
  • 1959 – Danny Ainge, American baseball and basketball player
  • 1963 – Roger Harper, Guyanese cricketer and coach
  • 1986 – Miles Kane, English singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1962 – Ank Bijleveld, Dutch politician
  • 1954 – Lesley-Anne Down, English actress
  • 1964 – Stefano Borgonovo, Italian footballer d. 2013
  • 1884 – Alcide Nunez, American clarinet player d. 1934
  • 1978 – Zachery Kouwe, American journalist
  • 1970 – Patrick Lebeau, Canadian ice hockey player
  • 1972 – Torquil Campbell, English-Canadian singer-songwriter and actor
  • 1979 – Andrew Ference, Canadian ice hockey player
  • 1984 – Ryan Rottman, American actor, producer, and screenwriter
  • 1939 – Jim Gary, American sculptor d. 2006
  • 1987 – Federico Fazio, Argentinian international footballer, centre back
  • 1949 – Pat Rice, Irish footballer and coach
  • 1985 – Tuğba Karademir, Turkish-Canadian figure skater
  • 1921 – Meir Amit, Israeli general and politician, 12th Israeli Minister of Communications d. 2009
  • 1964 – Rob Lowe, American actor and producer
  • 1953 – Filemon Lagman, Filipino activist d. 2001
  • 1927 – Betty Allen, American soprano and educator d. 2009
  • 1969 – Alexander McQueen, English fashion designer, founded own eponymous brand d. 2010
  • 1969 – Edgar Grospiron, French skier
  • 1933 – Penelope Lively, English author
  • 1981 – Nicky Jam, American-Puerto-Rican singer and songwriter
  • 763 – Harun al-Rashid, Abbasid caliph d. 809
  • 1804 – Jim Bridger, American fur trader and explorer d. 1881
  • 1935 – Fred T. Mackenzie, American biologist and academic
  • 1894 – Paul Green, American playwright and academic d. 1981
  • 1942 – John Wayne Gacy, American serial killer and rapist d. 1994
  • 1973 – Rico Blanco, Filipino singer-songwriter, guitarist, producer, and actor
  • 1931 – Patricia Breslin, American actress d. 2011
  • 1983 – James Heath, English golfer
  • 1975 – Natalie Zea, American actress
  • 1956 – Patrick McDonnell, American author and illustrator
  • 1986 – Edin Dzeko, Bosnian footballer
  • 1965 – Andrew Hudson, South African cricketer
  • 1948 – Alex MacDonald, Scottish footballer and manager
  • 1877 – Edith New, British militant suffragette d. 1951
  • 1910 – Sonny Werblin, American businessman and philanthropist d. 1991
  • 1975 – Test, Canadian-American wrestler d. 2009
  • 1930 – Paul Horn, American-Canadian flute player and saxophonist d. 2014
  • 1907 – Jean Van Houtte, Belgian academic and politician, 50th Prime Minister of Belgium d. 1991
  • 1939 – Bill Graham, Canadian academic and politician, 4th Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • 1834 – Gottlieb Daimler, German engineer and businessman, co-founded Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft d. 1900
  • 1880 – Patrick Hastings, English lawyer and politician, Attorney General for England and Wales d. 1952
  • 1676 – Thomas Boston, Scottish philosopher and theologian d. 1732
  • 1846 – Kate Greenaway, English author and illustrator d. 1901
  • 1523 – Giovanni Francesco Commendone, Catholic cardinal d. 1584
  • 1938 – Zola Taylor, American singer d. 2007
  • 1962 – Rob Sitch, Australian actor, director, and producer
  • 1980 – Danny Califf, American soccer player
  • 1947 – Yury Chernavsky, Russian-American songwriter and producer
  • 1856 – Mikhail Vrubel, Russian painter d. 1910
  • 1983 – Raul Meireles, Portuguese footballer
  • 1951 – Kurt Russell, American actor and producer
  • 1866 – Pierce Butler, American lawyer and jurist d. 1939
  • 1979 – Samoa Joe, American professional wrestler
  • 1914 – Sammy Baugh, American football player and coach d. 2008
  • 1931 – David Peakall, English-American chemist and toxicologist d. 2001
  • 1973 – Vance Wilson, American baseball player and manager
  • 1994 – Dean Britt, Australian rugby league player
  • 1967 – Jason Alchin, Australian rugby league player
  • 1955 – Paul Overstreet, American singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1988 – Fraser Forster, English footballer
  • 1971 – Bill Mueller, American baseball player and coach
  • 1781 – Ebenezer Elliott, English poet and educator d. 1849
  • 1939 – Giovanni Trapattoni, Italian footballer and manager
                                     

2. Deaths

  • 1990 – Capucine, French model and actress b. 1928
  • 1394 – Louis of Enghien, French nobleman
  • 2006 – Ray Meyer, American basketball player and coach b. 1913
  • 1981 – Paul Dean, American baseball player b. 1913
  • 1993 – Helen Hayes, American actress b. 1900
  • 2013 – A.B.C. Whipple, American journalist and historian b. 1918
  • 836 – Haito, bishop of Basel
  • 1937 – Austen Chamberlain, English politician, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Nobel Prize laureate b. 1863
  • 2006 – Istemihan Taviloğlu, Turkish composer and educator b. 1945
  • 2011 – Ferlin Husky, American country music singer b. 1925
  • 1199 – Jocelin of Glasgow, Scottish monk and bishop b. 1130
  • 2012 – Shenouda III, pope of Alexandria b. 1923
  • 1958 – Bertha De Vriese, Belgian physician b. 1877
  • 1974 – Louis Kahn, American architect and academic, designed Jatiyo Sangsad Bhaban b. 1901
  • 2013 – Lawrence Fuchs, American scholar and academic b. 1927
  • 1663 – Jerome Weston, 2nd Earl of Portland, English diplomat b. 1605
  • 1849 – William II, Dutch sovereign prince and king b. 1792
  • 1917 – Franz Brentano, German philosopher and psychologist b. 1838
  • 2002 – Rosetta LeNoire, American actress and producer b. 1911
  • 1875 – Ferdinand Laub, Czech violinist and composer b. 1832
  • 2007 – John Backus, American mathematician and computer scientist, designed Fortran b. 1924
  • 1999 – Ernest Gold, Austrian-American composer b. 1921
  • 1270 – Philip of Montfort, French knight and nobleman
  • 45 BC – Publius Attius Varus, Roman governor of Africa
  • 1782 – Daniel Bernoulli, Dutch-Swiss mathematician and physicist b. 1700
  • 2018 – Phan Van Khải, the fifth Prime Minister of Vietnam b. 1933
  • 1267 – Pierre de Montreuil, French architect
  • 2008 – Roland Arnall, French-American businessman and diplomat, 63rd United States Ambassador to the Netherlands b. 1939
  • 1926 – Aleksei Brusilov, Georgian-Russian general b. 1853
  • 1946 – Dai Li, Chinese general b. 1897
  • 1965 – Amos Alonzo Stagg, American football player and coach b. 1862
  • 1516 – Giuliano de Medici, Italian nobleman b. 1479
  • 1272 – Go-Saga, emperor of Japan b. 1220
  • 2005 – Andre Norton, American author b. 1912
  • 1893 – Jules Ferry, French lawyer and politician, 44th Prime Minister of France b. 1832
  • 1828 – James Edward Smith, English botanist and entomologist b. 1759
  • 1846 – Friedrich Bessel, German astronomer, mathematician, and physicist b. 1784
  • 2002 – Sylvester "Pat" Weaver, American television broadcaster and producer b. 1908
  • 1853 – Christian Doppler, Austrian physicist and mathematician b. 1803
  • 2010 – Alex Chilton, American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer b. 1950
  • 1649 – Gabriel Lalemant, French missionary and saint b. 1610
  • 1986 – Clarence D. Lester, African-American fighter pilot b.1923
  • 1640 – Philip Massinger, English playwright b. 1583
  • 2009 – Clodovil Hernandes, Brazilian television host and politician b. 1937
  • 2007 – Roger Bennett, American singer-songwriter and pianist b. 1959
  • 1527 – Rana Sanga, Indian ruler b. 1482
  • 1983 – Louisa E. Rhine, American botanist and parapsychologist b. 1891
  • 2010 – Sid Fleischman, American author and screenwriter b. 1920
  • 1704 – Menno van Coehoorn, Dutch soldier and engineer b. 1641
  • 2005 – George F. Kennan, American historian and diplomat, United States Ambassador to the Soviet Union b. 1904
  • 1058 – Lulach, king of Scotland
  • 2005 – Royce Frith, Canadian lawyer, politician, and diplomat, Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom b. 1923
  • 1008 – Kazan, emperor of Japan b. 968
  • 1940 – Philomene Belliveau, Canadian artist b. 1854
  • 1997 – Jermaine Stewart, American singer-songwriter and dancer b. 1957
  • 2006 – Oleg Cassini, French-American fashion designer b. 1913
  • 1565 – Alexander Ales, Scottish theologian and academic b. 1500
  • 1957 – Ramon Magsaysay, Filipino captain and politician, 7th President of the Philippines b. 1907
  • 1425 – Ashikaga Yoshikazu, Japanese shōgun b. 1407
  • 1999 – Jean Pierre-Bloch, French activist b. 1905
  • 45 BC – Titus Labienus, Roman general b. 100 BC
  • 2012 – Margaret Whitlam, Australian swimmer and author b. 1919
  • 2015 – Frank Perris, Canadian motorcycle racer b. 1931
  • 2002 – Van Tiến Dũng, Vietnamese general and politician, 6th Minister of Defence for Vietnam b. 1917
  • 2014 – Rachel Lambert Mellon, American gardener, philanthropist, art collector and political patron b. 1910
  • 1958 – John Pius Boland, Irish tennis player and politician b. 1870
  • 1829 – Sophia Albertina, princess-abbess of Quedlinburg b. 1753
  • 2014 – Joseph Kerman, American musicologist and critic b. 1924
  • 1764 – George Parker, 2nd Earl of Macclesfield, English astronomer and politician b. 1695
  • 1715 – Gilbert Burnet, Scottish bishop and historian b. 1643
  • 659 – Gertrude of Nivelles, Frankish abbess
  • 2018 – Mike MacDonald, Canadian comedian b. 1954
  • 1994 – Mai Zetterling, Swedish-English actress and director b. 1925
  • 2016 – Meir Dagan, Israeli general b. 1945
  • 1956 – Fred Allen, American actor, comedian, screenwriter, and author b. 1894
  • 1992 – Grace Stafford, American actress b. 1903
  • 2011 – Michael Gough, English actor b. 1916
  • 1040 – Harold Harefoot, king of England
  • 1961 – Susanna M. Salter, American activist and politician b. 1860
  • 1620 – John Sarkander, Polish-Moravian priest and saint b. 1576
  • 2014 – Marek Galinski, Polish cyclist b. 1974
  • 1830 – Laurent de Gouvion Saint-Cyr, French general and politician b. 1764
  • 2016 – Zoltan Kamondi, Hungarian director, producer, and screenwriter b. 1960
  • 1741 – Jean-Baptiste Rousseau, French poet and playwright b. 1671
  • 1361 – An-Nasir Hasan, Mamluk sultan of Egypt
  • 1996 – Rene Clement, French director and screenwriter b. 1913
  • 1976 – Luchino Visconti, Italian director and screenwriter b. 1906
  • 180 – Marcus Aurelius, Roman emperor b. 121
  • 905 – Li Yu, Prince of De, prince and emperor of the Tang Dynasty
  • 1871 – Robert Chambers, Scottish geologist and publisher, co-founded Chambers Harrap b. 1802
  • 624 – Amr ibn Hishām, Arab polytheist
  • 1996 – Terry Stafford, American singer-songwriter b. 1941
  • 2013 – William B. Caldwell III, American general b. 1925
  • 1611 – Sophia of Sweden, duchess of Saxe-Lauenburg b. 1547
  • 1680 – François de La Rochefoucauld, French author b. 1613
  • 1983 – Haldan Keffer Hartline, American physiologist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate b. 1903
  • 1956 – Irene Joliot-Curie, French physicist and chemist, Nobel Prize laureate b. 1897
  • 1949 – Aleksandra Ekster, Russian-French painter and set designer b. 1882
  • 1406 – Ibn Khaldun, Tunisian sociologist, historian, and scholar b. 1332
                                     

3. Holidays and observances

  • March 17 Eastern Orthodox liturgics
  • Patrick of Ireland
  • Childrens Day Bangladesh
  • Gertrude of Nivelles
  • Joseph of Arimathea Western Church
  • John Sarkander
  • Christian feast day
  • Alexius of Rome Eastern Church
  • Saint Patricks Day, a public holiday in Ireland, Montserrat and the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador, widely celebrated in the English-speaking world and to a lesser degree in other parts of the world.
  • Evacuation Day Suffolk County, Massachusetts
                                     
  • in March include Agonium Martiale, celebrated on March 1, March 14, and March 17 Matronalia, celebrated on March 1, Junonalia, celebrated on March 7
  • The tornado outbreak of March 15 17 1942, was a deadly late - winter tornado outbreak which struck a large area of the Central and Southern United States
  • The March 17 2007 anti - war protest was an anti - war demonstration sponsored by ANSWER Coalition that marched from Constitution Gardens in Washington, D
  • 17 th century wars. March music is often important for ceremonial occasions. Processional or coronation marches such as the popular coronation march from
  • The Long March Urdu: لانگ مارچ was a public protest against alleged governmental corruption in Pakistan. The march moved from Lahore to Islamabad between
  • 2014 Azadi March also known as the tsunami march Urdu: آزادی مارچ lit. freedom march was a protest march in Pakistan from 14 August to 17 December
  • p. 686. McNeill, Ronald John 1911 March Earls of . In Chisholm, Hugh ed. Encyclopædia Britannica. 17 11th ed. Cambridge University Press
  • medieval Europe, a march or mark was, in broad terms, any kind of borderland, as opposed to a notional heartland More specifically, a march was a border
  • March is a Fenland market town and civil parish in the Isle of Ely area of Cambridgeshire, England. It was the county town of the Isle of Ely which was
  • Lewes were playing in the Isthmian League Premier Division, and the 17 - year - old March made his first - team debut on 10 September 2011, coming on in the 86th
  • Dissenters March Russian: Марш несогласных was a series of Russian opposition protests that took place on December 16, 2006 in Moscow, on March 3, 2007


                                     
  • violence USA Today. Archived from the original on March 17 2018. Retrieved March 17 2018. Dart, Tom March 13, 2018 Walkout Wednesday: Students risk punishment
  • March Air Reserve Base IATA: RIV, ICAO: KRIV, FAA LID: RIV March ARB previously known as March Air Force Base March AFB is located in Riverside
  • Old Calendar until March 30, 2099 For March 17 Orthodox Churches on the Old Calendar commemorate the Saints listed on March 4. Saint Lazarus the
  • March 21 is the 80th day of the year 81st in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 285 days remain until the end of the year. In astrology, the day
  • Churches on the Old Calendar. For March 30th, Orthodox Churches on the Old Calendar commemorate the Saints listed on March 17 Prophet Joad III Kings 13: 11
  • March 7 is the 66th day of the year 67th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 299 days remain until the end of the year. 161 Marcus Aurelius and
  • Navigator Rating March of Dimes Retrieved 2017 - 04 - 24. March of Dimes 2011 990 Tax Filing, page 10 PDF Retrieved 2015 - 06 - 17 March of Dimes 2014 990
  • March 1 is the 60th day of the year 61st in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 305 days remain until the end of the year. 509 BC Publius Valerius
  • May 17 1957, featured key leaders including Adam Clayton Powell, Martin Luther King Jr., and Roy Wilkins. Mahalia Jackson performed. The 1963 march was
  • March 3 is the 62nd day of the year 63rd in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 303 days remain until the end of the year. 473 Gundobad nephew
                                     
  • a patrol in March 1918. UB - 17 was ordered in November 1914 and was laid down at the AG Weser shipyard in Bremen in February 1915. UB - 17 was a little
  • celebrated on the second Wednesday in March Liberia Earliest day on which Passion Sunday can fall, while April 17 is the latest observed on the fifth
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