March 14

Learn the most interesting events and historical facts that happened throughout history on March 14. From 1900 until now. March 14 is under the sign of Pisces. Famous birthdays on this day include Albert II Prince of Monaco (1958), Aamir Khan (1965) and Sasha Grey (1988). Several movies were released around March 14 over the years, such as Forbidden Planet in 1956 directed by Fred M. Wilcox and Adventures of Captain Marvel in 1941 directed by John English, William Witney.
But much more happened on March 14 over the years: find out below

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Which were the most popular Movies released around March 14 over the years?
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Forbidden Planet

Forbidden Planet

Release year: 1956

Directed by: Fred M. Wilcox

Starring: Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis, Leslie Nielsen, Warren Stevens

Country: United States of America

Adventures of Captain Marvel

Adventures of Captain Marvel

Release year: 1941

Directed by: John English, William Witney

Starring: Tom Tyler, Frank Coghlan Jr., William 'Billy' Benedict, Louise Currie

Thief

Thief

Release year: 1981

Directed by: Michael Mann

Starring: James Caan, Tuesday Weld, Willie Nelson, Jim Belushi

Country: United States of America

Town Without Pity

Town Without Pity

Release year: 1961

Directed by: Gottfried Reinhardt

Starring: Kirk Douglas, Barbara Rütting, Christine Kaufmann, E.G. Marshall

Chronicle of an Escape

Chronicle of an Escape

Release year: 2006

Directed by: Israel Adrián Caetano

Starring: Rodrigo De la Serna, Pablo Echarri, Nazareno Casero, Lautaro Delgado

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Historical Events

Which were the important events of March 14?


Holidays

  • Albania - Summer Day: Albanian holiday Summer is celebrated in this day in Elbasan and its surroundings.
  • Pi Day - unofficial mathematics holiday.
  • Roman Empire - Equirria, horse races in honor of Mars were held.
  • Saint Mathildis
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Events

  • 2019 2019 Tel Aviv rocket strike: Two rockets are fired from the Gaza Strip at Tel Aviv, Israel; neither rocket was intercepted by the IDF's Iron Dome system. (The New York Times) (IDF Spokesperson)
  • 2018 British physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking dies aged 76 at his home in Cambridge. (The Guardian) (The New York Times) (BBC)
  • 2017 Piracy off the coast of Somalia: Off the northern coast of Somalia, Somali pirates hijack the Aris 13, a United Arab Emirates-owned oil tanker, kidnapping eight Sri Lankan crew members. This is the first hijacking of a large commercial vessel in five years. (AP via The Independent)
  • 2016 March 2016 Ankara bombing: Turkey’s Interior Minister Efkan Ala says the results of the investigation into yesterday's bombing in Ankara will be made public later today. Health Minister Mehmet Müezzinoğlu says 125 people were transported to a hospital, with 19 in critical condition. Two Kurdish militants have been blamed for the bombing. (BBC) (News.com.au) (Fox News)
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Music charts

Which were the top hits in that special week of March 14 over the years?


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Books

Which were the most popular books released around March 14 over the years?
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Cold Fire by Dean R. Koontz

Cold Fire

Year: 1991

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'There is an Enemy. It is coming. It is relentless.' Schoolteacher Jim Ironheart flies on an impulse to Portland, Oregon. There he risks his life to save a child from being

Midnight by Dean R. Koontz

Midnight

Year: 1989

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Couplehood by Paul Reiser

Couplehood

Year: 1995

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In the tradition of the #1 best-seller SeinLanguage, Bantam Books proudly presents the first book by Paul Reiser, television's sharpest, funniest observer of love, marriage and other mysteries of life.

Absolute Friends by John le Carre

Absolute Friends

Year: 2004

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An absolutely triumphant bestseller-everywhere hailed as the masterpiece toward which John le Carre has been building since the fall of communism.

The Winthrop Woman by Anya Seton

The Winthrop Woman

Year: 1958

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“The Winthrop Woman is that rare literary accomplishment — living history. Really good fictionalized history [like this] often gives closer reality to a period than do factual records.”

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