Daily Post – 323 This week in history

April 18, 2021

This week in history

Daily post 323

Dear Clients,


it is Thursday again and you know what that means. Today we have for you a brief look back to the history.


Let’s discover what happened in past together.

12th of April 

On this day in 1961, the Soviet astronaut Jurij Gagarin became the first human to ever fly to space. He was only 27 years old during this mission.

13th of April

In 1870 the Metropolitan museum of art in New York has opened its gates for the first time. This museum is the largest and oldest in the U.S.

14th of April

On the 14th of April in 1939 the American writer John Steinback published his book The Grapes of Wrath. The year after, Steinback won the Pulitzer award. He is also the author of such books as the East of Eden or Of Mice and Men. He is also the holder of the Nobel Prize from the year 1962.

15th of April

On its first-ever cruise in 1912, the steamer Titanic sank after the collision with the iceberg.

16th of April

On this date in 1705 the queen of England Anne Stuart appointed  Sir Isaac Newton to the noble status.

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Have a great day!


Nikola Miličić

Sparring Team