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  1. The Hitler Youth passed out cyanide capsules to the audience at the March 28, 1945 performance of the Berlin Philharmonic.

  2. The Mexican War of Independence actually began in Guanajuato when a Catholic priest, Miguel Hidalgo y Costillo, raised a peasant army and led a march to Guanajuato City on September 28, 1810. After laying siege to royalists entrenched in a granary, Hidalgo and his rebels took the structure and the city, thereby starting the revolution that would finally end eleven years later.

  3. Jim Thorpe died at the age of 65 from heart failure, on March 28, 1953.

  4. The first day of the Somme Offensive was not the bloodiest day in British military history. The Battle of Towton, fought in 29th March 1461 in the War of the Roses, left 28,000 dead, 8,000 more than 1st July 1916, and killed around one in fifty men in all of England at the time.

  5. James Baldwin, Marlon Brando, Harry Belafonte, Charleton Heston, and Sidney Poitier all attended the March on Washington (August 28, 1963). Later that same day, they met for televised panel discussion of their views on the gathering.

  6. In China, March 28 is Serfs Emancipation Day a holiday that celebrates how China liberated the people of Tibet from their oppressive theocratic government

  7. On March 28, 2008, the Epilepsy Foundation site was hacked to cause seizures in its visitors. When pushed, the "Forum" button triggered flashing lights. The hackers remain unknown.

  8. On 28 March this year, the scientific peer review of a landmark United States government study concluded that there is “clear evidence” that radiation from cellphones causes cancer...

  9. On March 28 2019 WOW Air ceased operations, cancelling flights and leaving thousands of passengers stranded.

  10. Ronald McDonald was created by Willard Scott. In 1963 Scott performed using the moniker "Ronald McDonald, the Hamburger-Happy Clown" in three separate television spots. On March 28, 2000, Henry Gonzalez, McDonald's Northeast Division President, thanked Scott for creating Ronald McDonald.

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Following the New England Patriots’ historic 25-point comeback in Super Bowl LI against the Atlanta Falcons, the City of Boston (and many others) jokingly commemorated March 28 as “Falcons Day.”

February and March 2017 have the same day order (up to 28 of course)

Even As US Forces Prepared To Wage A Struggle of Life-and-Death VS Nazi Germany, The Saturday Evening Post Published An Article On March 28, 1942 Titled "The Case Against The Jews"

In March 2018, a 28-year-old Indian man had his leg amputated after a bus crash. Due to the hospital's lack of supplies, he was given his own amputated leg as a headrest.

In March 2018, a 28-year-old Indian man had his leg amputated after a bus crash. Due to the hospital's lack of supplies, he was given his own amputated leg as a headrest.

On March 28, 2011 a 75-year-old Georgian woman, Hayastan Shakarian, single-handedly cut off the internet to 90 percent of internet users in Armenia while also affecting Georgian internet service providers. She claimed to "have no idea what the internet is." It took 12 hours to restore service.

On this day, 148 years ago (March 28, 1871), The Paris Commune was established. After Bismarck-Led Prussia won the Franco-Prussian War, outraged Parisians overthrew whatever remained of the French Government. The Commune was a radial socialist and revolutionary government that ruled Paris.

The share of Americans not having sex has reached a record high – By Christopher Ingraham (BezoWaPo) 28 March 2019

There was a Circus started on March 28, 1881 named, “P.T. Barnum's Greatest Show On Earth, And The Great London Circus, Sanger's Royal British Menagerie and The Grand International Allied Shows United", it was eventually shortened to "Barnum and Bailey's Circus".

Onoda, an Imperial Japanese Army officer deployed to Lubang island from December 1944 to lead guerrilla warfare at the height of World War II, did not surrender until March 10, 1974, over 28 years after the war ended, because he had not received orders from his superiors to stop.

Onoda, an Imperial Japanese Army officer deployed to Lubang island from December 1944 to lead guerrilla warfare at the height of World War II, did not surrender until March 10, 1974, over 28 years after the war ended, because he had not received orders from his superiors to stop.

NASA's first website to reach over 1 million hits in a single day was JPL, showing images of comet Hale Bopp on March 28, 1997. This record was broken a few months later when JPL landed the Mars Pathfinder on July 4, 1997.

Every ‘day’ in march leading up to the 28 has the same day order as february. Ex: Feb 4 and Mar 4 are both on a Sunday

March 20th is known as International Day of Happiness (Founded June 28, 2012). It was conceptualized and founded by UN special advisor Jayme Illien, who conceptualized the idea for a U.N. Resolution that would recognize the pursuit of happiness as a human right and a "fundamental human goal."

March 21, 1918, was the Imperial German Army's worst single day in WWI. 10,851 were Killed In Action (KIA), 28,778 WIA, 300 taken POW for a total of 39,929 Casualties

Virginia Woolf committed suicide on March 28, 1941 by drowning herself in river, walking in it wearing an overcoat with pockets filled with stones. Her body was found on April 18, 1941.

The first 28 days in February and March 2017 fall on the same day of the week