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What Happened on February 13th This Day in History

Year Name
2021 Former U.S. President Donald Trump is acquitted in his second impeachment trial.
2021 A major winter storm causes blackouts and kills at least 82 people in Texas and northern Mexico.[14]
2017 Kim Jong-nam, brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, is assassinated at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
2012 The European Space Agency (ESA) conducted the first launch of the European Vega rocket from Europe's spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana.
2011 For the first time in more than 100 years the Umatilla, an American Indian tribe, are able to hunt and harvest a bison just outside Yellowstone National Park, restoring a centuries-old tradition guaranteed by a treaty signed in 1855.
2010 A bomb explodes in the city of Pune, Maharashtra, India, killing 17 and injuring 60 more.
2008 Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd makes a historic apology to the Indigenous Australians and the Stolen Generations.
2007 Taiwan opposition leader Ma Ying-jeou resigns as the chairman of the Kuomintang party after being indicted on charges of embezzlement during his tenure as the mayor of Taipei; Ma also announces his candidacy for the 2008 presidential election.
2004 The Harvard
2001 An earthquake measuring 7.6 on the Richter magnitude scale hits El Salvador, killing at least 944.
1996 The Nepalese Civil War is initiated in the Kingdom of Nepal by the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre).
1991 Gulf War: Two laser-guided "smart bombs" destroy the Amiriyah shelter in Baghdad. Allied forces said the bunker was being used as a military communications outpost, but over 400 Iraqi civilians inside were killed.
1990 German reunification: An agreement is reached on a two-stage plan to reunite Germany.
1984 Konstantin Chernenko succeeds the late Yuri Andropov as general secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
1983 A cinema fire in Turin, Italy, kills 64 people.
1981 A series of sewer explosions destroys more than two miles of streets in Louisville, Kentucky.
1979 An intense windstorm strikes western Washington and sinks a 0.5-mile (0.80 km) long section of the Hood Canal Bridge.
1978 Hilton bombing: a bomb explodes in a refuse truck outside the Hilton Hotel in Sydney, Australia, killing two refuse collectors and a policeman.
1975 Fire at One World Trade Center (North Tower) of the World Trade Center in New York.
1967 American researchers discover the Madrid Codices by Leonardo da Vinci in the National Library of Spain.
1961 An allegedly 500,000-year-old rock is discovered near Olancha, California, US, that appears to anachronistically encase a spark plug.
1960 With the success of a nuclear test codenamed "Gerboise Bleue", France becomes the fourth country to possess nuclear weapons.
1960 Black college students stage the first of the Nashville sit-ins at three lunch counters in Nashville, Tennessee.
1955 Israel obtains four of the seven Dead Sea Scrolls.
1955 Twenty-nine people are killed when Sabena Flight 503 crashes into Monte Terminillo near Rieti, Italy.
1954 Frank Selvy becomes the only NCAA Division I basketball player ever to score 100 points in a single game.
1951 Korean War: Battle of Chipyong-ni, which represented the "high-water mark" of the Chinese incursion into South Korea, commences.
1945 World War II: The siege of Budapest concludes with the unconditional surrender of German and Hungarian forces to the Red Army.
1945 World War II: Royal Air Force bombers are dispatched to Dresden, Germany to attack the city with a massive aerial bombardment.
1935 A jury in Flemington, New Jersey finds Bruno Hauptmann guilty of the 1932 kidnapping and murder of the Lindbergh baby, the son of Charles Lindbergh.
1931 The British Raj completes its transfer from Calcutta to New Delhi.
1920 The Negro National League is formed.
1914 Copyright: In New York City the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers is established to protect the copyrighted musical compositions of its members.
1913 The 13th Dalai Lama proclaims Tibetan independence following a period of domination by Manchu Qing dynasty and initiated a period of almost four decades of independence.
1880 Thomas Edison observes Thermionic emission.
1867 Work begins on the covering of the Senne, burying Brussels's primary river and creating the modern central boulevards.
1861 Italian unification: The Siege of Gaeta ends with the capitulation of the defending fortress, effectively bringing an end of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies.
1849 The delegation headed by Metropolitan bishop Andrei Șaguna hands out to the Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria the General Petition of Romanian leaders in Transylvania, Banat and Bukovina, which demands that the Romanian nation be recognized.
1755 Treaty of Giyanti signed by VOC, Pakubuwono III and Prince Mangkubumi. The treaty divides the Javanese kingdom of Mataram into two: Sunanate of Surakarta and Sultanate of Yogyakarta.
1726 Parliament of Negrete between Mapuche and Spanish authorities in Chile bring an end to the Mapuche uprising of 1723–26.
1692 Massacre of Glencoe: Almost 80 Macdonalds at Glen Coe, Scotland are killed early in the morning for not promptly pledging allegiance to the new king, William of Orange.
1689 William and Mary are proclaimed co-rulers of England.
1660 With the accession of young Charles XI of Sweden, his regents begin negotiations to end the Second Northern War.
1642 The Clergy Act becomes law, excluding bishops of the Church of England from serving in the House of Lords.
1633 Galileo Galilei arrives in Rome for his trial before the Inquisition.
1542 Catherine Howard, the fifth wife of Henry VIII of England, is executed for adultery.
1503 Challenge of Barletta: Tournament between 13 Italian and 13 French knights near Barletta.
1462 The Treaty of Westminster is finalised between Edward IV of England and the Scottish Lord of the Isles.
1322 The central tower of Ely Cathedral falls on the night of 12th
962 Emperor Otto I and Pope John XII co-sign the Diploma Ottonianum, recognizing John as ruler of Rome.
Famous People Born on February 13

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Year Name
1969 Bryan Thomas Schmidt, American science fiction author and editor
1961 Marc Crawford, Canadian ice hockey player and coach
1977 Randy Moss, American football player and coach
1891 Kate Roberts, Welsh author and activist (d. 1985)
1923 Michael Anthony Bilandic, American soldier, judge, and politician, 49th Mayor of Chicago (d. 2002)
1602 William V, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel (d. 1637)
1987 Eljero Elia, Dutch footballer
1887 Géza Csáth, Hungarian playwright and critic (d. 1919)
1901 Paul Lazarsfeld, Austrian-American sociologist and academic (d. 1976)
1906 Agostinho da Silva, Portuguese philosopher and author (d. 1994)
Famous People Deaths On February 13

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Date Name
1905 Konstantin Savitsky, Russian painter (b. 1844)
858 Kenneth MacAlpin, Scottish king (probable;
1219 Minamoto no Sanetomo, Japanese shōgun (b. 1192)
2019 Callistus Ndlovu, Zimbabwean academic and politician (b. 1936)
1997 Robert Klark Graham, American eugenicist and businessman (b. 1906)
1741 Johann Joseph Fux, Austrian composer and theorist (b. 1660)
1991 Arno Breker, German sculptor and illustrator (b. 1900)
1602 Alexander Nowell, English clergyman and theologian (b. 1507)
2002 Waylon Jennings, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (b. 1937)
2013 Gerry Day, American journalist and screenwriter (b. 1922)