March 7

Learn the most interesting events and historical facts that happened throughout history on March 7. From 1900 until now. March 7 is under the sign of Pisces. Famous birthdays on this day include Rachel Weisz (1970), Jenna de Rosnay (1963) and Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (1961). Several movies were released around March 7 over the years, such as Seven Chances in 1925 directed by Buster Keaton and The King and the Mockingbird in 1980 directed by Paul Grimault.
But much more happened on March 7 over the years: find out below

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Which were the most popular Movies released around March 7 over the years?
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Seven Chances

Seven Chances

Release year: 1925

Directed by: Buster Keaton

Starring: Buster Keaton, Ruth Dwyer, T. Roy Barnes, Snitz Edwards

Country: United States of America

The King and the Mockingbird

The King and the Mockingbird

Release year: 1980

Directed by: Paul Grimault

Starring: Jean Martin, Pascal Mazzotti, Raymond Bussières, Agnès Viala



Release year: 1960

Directed by: Jean-Luc Godard

Starring: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jean Seberg, Daniel Boulanger, Henri-Jacques Huet

Country: United States of America

The Angry Silence

The Angry Silence

Release year: 1960

Directed by: Guy Green

Starring: Richard Attenborough, Pier Angeli, Michael Craig, Bernard Lee

The Boys in the Band

The Boys in the Band

Release year: 1970

Directed by: William Friedkin

Starring: Kenneth Nelson, Peter White, Leonard Frey, Frederick Combs


Historical Events

Which were the important events of March 7?


  • Albania ? Teacher's Day
  • Catholicism ? Feast day of Saints Perpetua and Felicitas, patron saint of married women


  • 2019 Crisis in Venezuela: A major power blackout leaves most of Venezuela without electricity, including the capital Caracas. At least 18 of Venezuela's 23 states have reported blackouts. Venezuelan news website El Pitazo blames failures at Simón Bolívar hydroelectric plant; state TV blames anti-government saboteurs. (The Guardian)
  • 2018 2018 Vienna stabbing: Two connected stabbings occurred in Vienna, Austria: three people were seriously injured outside a Japanese restaurant, and one man in a later stabbing. The perpetrator was arrested. (The Independent)
  • 2017 Syrian Civil War: The Syrian Army captures at least 23 villages in North East Aleppo Governorate from ISIL in a matter of hours after an ISIL withdrawal caused by the SAA capturing Al-Khafsah. (Al Masdar News)
  • 2016 Insurgency in the Maghreb (2002-present): At least 50 people are killed, including 33 militants, seven civilians and ten soldiers, in armed clashes between the Tunisian Army and Islamist militants in the town of Ben Gardane, near the border with Libya. (Reuters) (Al-Jazeera) (AFP via Daily Mail)
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Which were the most popular books released around March 7 over the years?
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The Cat Who Came To Breakfast by Lilian Jackson Braun

The Cat Who Came To Breakfast

Year: 1994


Qwilleran and the cats are visiting an island known by many names. Qwill has always called it Breakfast Island, but to the taciturn natives, it's Providence Island.

Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill

Heart-Shaped Box

Year: 2007


“Wild, mesmerizing, perversely witty….A Valentine from hell.” —Janet Maslin, New York Times The publication of Joe Hill’s beautifully textured, deliciously scary debut novel Heart-Shaped Box was greeted with the sort of overwhelming critical

The Greatest Generation by Tom Brokaw

The Greatest Generation

Year: 2000


The instant classic and runaway bestseller that changed the way we saw World War II and an entire generation of Americans, from the beloved journalist whose own iconic career has lasted more than fifty years.

The Museum Of Extraordinary Things by Alice Hoffman

The Museum Of Extraordinary Things

Year: 2014


The “spellbinding” (People, 4 stars), New York Times bestseller from the author of The Dovekeepers: an extraordinary novel about an electric and impassioned love affair—“an enchanting love story rich with history

Survivor In Death by J. D. Robb

Survivor In Death

Year: 2005


No affairs. No criminal connections. No DNA. No clues. Lieutenant Eve Dallas may be the best cop in the city—not to mention having the lavish resources of her husband Roarke at

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