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 Liberate Bergen-BelsenLiberate Bergen-Belsen by The Ovi Team
April 15th 1945 British troops have entered the German concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen. Inside the camp the horrified soldiers found piles of dead and rotting corpses and thousands of sick and starving prisoners kept in severely overcrowded and dirty
 
 Titanic hits icebergTitanic hits iceberg by The Ovi Team
April 14th 1912; just before midnight in the North Atlantic, the RMS Titanic fails to divert its course from an iceberg, ruptures its hull, and begins to sink. Because of a shortage of lifeboats and the lack of satisfactory emergency procedures, more than
 
 The American Civil War beginsThe American Civil War begins by The Ovi Team
April 12th 1861; the bloodiest four years in American history begin when Confederate shore batteries under General P.G.T. Beauregard open fire on Union-held Fort Sumter in South Carolina's Charleston Bay. During the next 34 hours, 50 Confederate guns and
 
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 Eichmann trial beginsEichmann trial begins by The Ovi Team
April 11th 1961, the trial begun in Israel of the man accused of helping Hitler in his plan to exterminate the Jews. Adolf Eichmann faces 15 charges, including crimes against humanity, crimes against the Jewish people and war crimes.
 
 Zapata assassinatedZapata assassinated by The Ovi Team
April 10th 1919; Emiliano Zapata, a leader of peasants and indigenous people during the Mexican Revolution, is ambushed and shot to death in Morelos by government forces. Born a peasant in 1879, Zapata was forced into the Mexican army in 1908 following hi
 
 Civil war in RwandaCivil war in Rwanda by The Ovi Team
On April 7th 1994, Rwandan armed forces kill 10 Belgian peacekeeping officers in a successful effort to discourage international intervention in the genocide that had begun only hours earlier.
 
 Oscar Wilde arrestedOscar Wilde arrested by The Ovi Team
April 6th 1895; Writer Oscar Wilde is arrested after losing a libel case against the Marquess of Queensberry. Wilde had been engaged in an affair with the marquess's son since 1891, but when the outraged marquess denounced him as a homosexual, Wilde sued
 
 Operation BabyliftOperation Babylift by The Ovi Team
April 6th 1975; A plane carrying 99 Vietnamese orphans landed at Heathrow airport. The Boeing 747 was chartered by the British Daily Mail newspaper whose editor, David English, was inspired by the American Operation Babylift. The children, many of them on
 
 Martin Luther King shotMartin Luther King shot by The Ovi Team
April 4th 1968; Dr Martin Luther King, was assassinated. Dr King was shot dead in the southern US city of Memphis, Tennessee, where he was to lead a march of sanitation workers protesting against low wages and poor working conditions.
 
 Ronald Reagan shotRonald Reagan shot by The Ovi Team
March 30th 1981; John Hinckley, Jr. shoots President Ronald Reagan outside the Hilton Hotel in Washington D.C. just after the president had addressed the Building and Construction Workers Union of the AFL-CIO. Hinckley was armed with a .22 revolver with e
 
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