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Today In History For April 14th

WINNIPEG, MB. — Here’s a collection of things that happened Today In History.

April 14th

  • 1912: The “unsinkable” RMS Titanic hits an iceberg and sinks on her maiden voyage.
  • 1992: First Saturday edition of The Winnipeg Sun printed, making it a daily newspaper.
  • 1928: Five are killed and 12 injured at a fire in the Casa Loma apartments at Portage and Sherbrook.
  • 1865: US President Abraham Lincoln is assassinated at the Ford Theatre.
  • 1981: Columbia 1, the first Space Shuttle, returns to our planet.

—MyToba News

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