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Importance of 14th March in History

Know all Events, anniversaries, death, born that makes 14th March special in the world history.

1994
After three years of development with help and contributions from many enthusiasts Version 1.0.0 of the Linux kernel operating system for computers was released.
Finland
1989
The US Government banned the importation of semi-automatic assault rifles
United States
1984
Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams was shot and wounded in a street attack in central Belfast, Northern Ireland
Ireland
1983
OPEC agreed to cut oil prices for first time since its was founded in 1961 .
1976
Death of Busby Berkeley, legendary choreographer of Broadway musicals and Hollywood films.
United States
1958
Birth of Prince Albert of Monaco .
Monaco
1939
The Republic of Czechoslovakia was dissolved, opening the way for Nazi occupation
Czech Republic
1932
Death of George Eastman, inventor of the Kodak camera which helped to promote large-scale amateur photography
United States
1931
Alam Ara released, the first Indian talking picture.
India
1914
Birth of Bill Owen (Compo in Last of the Summer Wine).
Great Britain
1885
First performance of Gilbert & Sullivan's The Mikado at the Savoy Theatre, London
Great Britain
1883
Death of Karl Marx, German philosopher .
Germany
1879
Birth of Albert Einstein
Germany
1837
Wheatstone and Cooke send first British telegraph message (some say 25 July – the electric telegraph was patented in May)
Great Britain
1833
Birth of Lucy Hobbs Taylor, the first woman dentist in the United States.
United States
1757
British admiral John Byng was executed by firing squad at Portsmouth harbour for failing to relieve the naval base at Minorca from a French siege
Great Britain
1681
Birth of Georg Philipp Telemann, German composer.
Germany
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