No free man shall ever be debarred; the use of arms.
An English Revolution leader and Lord Protector of England.
An Italian engineer who was the first to patent a method of sending signals by radio in 1896.
An American broadcast journalist, radio and television executive and commentator.
an American jazz singer is known as the Queen of jazz.
An American motion-picture and stage actor who received a Life Achievement Award from the American Film Institute.
Work begins on the Suez Canal in Egypt; it opens in 1869
Delegates from 50 nations meet in San Francisco to organize the United Nations.
Basketball player Chuck Cooper becomes the first African-American in the NBA when he is drafted by the Boston Celtics.
Biochemists Francis Crick and James Watson announce their discovery of the double-helix structure of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) in the journal Nature.
Elvis Presley's "Heartbreak Hotel" hits number one on the music charts.
Governor John Love of Colorado signs the first law legalizing abortion in the United States.
An American motion-picture and stage actor who received a Life Achievement Award from the American Film Institute, was born on April 25, 1940 (age 75), in Manhattan, New York. He played a police detective in the controversial tale of homosexual life Cruising and in Scarecrow, he played a gentle, doomed drifter. For his performance; as a suicidal, blind war veteran in Scent of a Woman in the film “Sea of Love”, he received the Academy Award. “The Indian Wants the Bronx”, he received an Obie Award. In this film he performed a role of a psychotic alcoholic in 1968. He also received Tony Award for his film “Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?” in 1969. In this film he performed as a drug addict.
Author : Dr. Nidhi Jindal