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Today, March 8 in
1917 Russia's "February Revolution" began with rioting and
strikes in St. Petersburg. The revolution was called the
"February Revolution" due to Russia's use of the Old Style
calendar. 
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Today March 8 in
1618 Johann Kepler discovered the third Law of Planetary Motion. 

1702 England's Queen Anne took the throne upon the death of King
William III. 

1782 The Gnadenhutten massacre took place. About 90 Indians were
killed by militiamen in Ohio in retaliation for raids carried out
by other Indians. 

1855 A train passed over the first railway suspension bridge at
Niagara Falls, NY. 

1862 The Confederate ironclad "Merrimack" was launched. 

1880 U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes declared that the United
States would have jurisdiction over any canal built across the
isthmus of Panama. 

1887 The telescopic fishing rod was patented by Everett Horton. 

1894 A dog license law was enacted in the state of New York. It
was the first animal control law in the U.S. 

1904 The Bundestag in Germany lifted the ban on the Jesuit order
of priests. 

1905 In Russia, it was reported that the peasant revolt was
spreading to Georgia. 

1907 The British House of Commons turned down a women's suffrage
bill. 

1909 Pope Pius X lifted the church ban on interfaith marriages in
Hungary. 

1910 In France, Baroness de Laroche became the first woman to
obtain a pilot's license. 

1910 The King of Spain authorized women to attend universities. 

1911 In Europe, International Women's Day was celebrated for the
first time. 

1911 British Minister of Foreign Affairs Edward Gray declared
that Britain would not support France in the event of a military
conflict. 

1917 Russia's "February Revolution" began with rioting and
strikes in St. Petersburg. The revolution was called the
"February Revolution" due to Russia's use of the Old Style
calendar. 

1917 The U.S. Senate voted to limit filibusters by adopting the
cloture rule. 

1921 Spanish Premier Eduardo Dato was assassinated while leaving
the Parliament in Madrid. 

1921 French troops occupied Dusseldorf. 

1933 Self-liquidating scrip money was issued for the first time
at Franklin, IN. 

1941 Martial law was proclaimed in Holland in order to extinguish
any anti-Nazi protests. 

1942 During World War II, Japanese forces captured Rangoon,
Burma. 

1943 Japanese forces attacked American troops on Hill 700 in
Bougainville. The battle lasted five days. 

1945 Phyllis Mae Daley received a commission in the U.S. Navy
Nurse Corps. She later became the first African-American nurse to
serve duty in World War II. 

1946 In New York City, the "Journal American" became the first
commercial business to receive a helicopter license. 

1946 The French naval fleet arrived at Haiphong, Vietnam. 

1948 The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that religious instruction in
public schools was unconstitutional. 

1953 A census bureau report indicated that 239,000 farmers had
quit farming over the last 2 years. 

1954 France and Vietnam opened talks in Paris on a treaty to form
the state of Indochina. 

1959 Groucho, Chico and Harpo made their final TV appearance
together. 

1961 Max Conrad circled the globe in a record time of eight days,
18 hours and 49 minutes in the Piper Aztec. 

1965 The U.S. landed about 3,500 Marines in South Vietnam. They
were the first U.S. combat troops to land in Vietnam. 

1966 Australia announced that it would triple the number of
troops in Vietnam. 

1973 Two bombs exploded near Trafalgar Square in Great Britain.
234 people were injured. 

1982 The U.S. accused the Soviets of killing 3,000 Afghans with
poison gas. 

1985 The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reported that 407,700
Americans were millionaires. That was more than double the total
from just five years before. 

1986 Four French television crewmembers were abducted in west
Beirut. All four were eventually released. 

1988 In Fort Campbell, KY, 17 U.S. soldiers were killed when two
Army helicopters collided in midair. 

1989 In Lhasa, Tibet, martial law was declared after three days
of protest against Chinese rule. 

1999 The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the conviction of Timothy
McVeigh for the bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City in
1995. 

1999 The White House, under President Bill Clinton, directed the
firing of nuclear scientist Wen Ho Lee from his job at the Los
Alamos National Laboratory. The firing was a result of alleged
security violations. 

2001 The U.S. House of Representatives voted for an across-the-
board tax cut of nearly $1 trillion over the next decade. 

2005 In norther Chechnya, Chechen rebel leader Aslan Maskhadov
was killed during a raid by Russian forces.

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