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April 19, 2019
PANDECT
noun: 1. A complete body of the laws of a country, organization, etc. 2. A comprehensive treatise on a subject.
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April 19, 2019
April 19, 1775: The "shot heard around the world" was fired. Colonial Minute Men took on British Army regulars at Lexington and Concord, Mass., starting the American Revolution.
April 19, 1824: Lord Byron died of a fever while helping the Greeks fight the Turks.
April 19, 1882: Naturalist Charles Darwin, developer of the theory of evolution, died.
April 19, 1897: The first Boston Marathon was run.
April 19, 1933: The United States went off the gold standard.
April 19, 1943: The Warsaw ghetto uprising began, one of the first mass rebellions against the Nazis.
April 19, 1993: The siege at Waco, Texas, ended when FBI moved into the Branch Davidian compound with tear gas and cult members set fire to the compound killing over 80 people.
April 19, 1995: The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Okla., was destroyed by a car bomb. 168 people, including 19 children were killed in the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history up to that time.
April 19, 2005: Germany's Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger became Pope Benedict XVI.
More events from This Day in History: April 19
April 19, 1775: The "shot heard around the world" was fired. Colonial Minute Men took on British Army regulars at Lexington and Concord, Mass., starting the American Revolution.
April 19, 1824: Lord Byron died of a fever while helping the Greeks fight the Turks.
April 19, 1882: Naturalist Charles Darwin, developer of the theory of evolution, died.
April 19, 1897: The first Boston Marathon was run.
April 19, 1933: The United States went off the gold standard.
April 19, 1943: The Warsaw ghetto uprising began, one of the first mass rebellions against the Nazis.
April 19, 1993: The siege at Waco, Texas, ended when FBI moved into the Branch Davidian compound with tear gas and cult members set fire to the compound killing over 80 people.
April 19, 1995: The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Okla., was destroyed by a car bomb. 168 people, including 19 children were killed in the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history up to that time.
April 19, 2005: Germany's Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger became Pope Benedict XVI.
More events from This Day in History: April 19
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