Jul 27, 2019
Saturday Morning Post. July 27. In 1689, the Battle of Killiecrankle ended in what was called the Glorious Revolution. In 1890, Vincent Van Gogh shot himself. He died two days later. In 1921, insulin (and its ability to regulate blood sugar) was discovered. In 1940, Bugs Bunny debuted in "A Wild Hare." In 1944, Guam was liberated. In 1953, the Korean War was officially ended. In 1965, a law requiring health warnings on cigarette packs was signed into law. In 1974, Congress started impeachment procedures against Nixon for obstruction of justice. In 1976, John Lennon was allowed permanent residency in the US. The same day, Tina Turner filed for divorce from Ike. In 1999, Col. Eileen Collins completed a five-day US space shuttle commander, completing a five-day mission. In 2003, the BBC reported that there was no Loch Ness monster. Happy Birthday, Lyudmila Rudenko, Irene Fischer, Elizabeth Hardwick, Peggy Fleming, Janet Eilber, Cassandra Clare. It's Martyrs and Wounded Soldiers Day in Vietnam. Mission: Gloriously revolt against the monsters.