This Day in History: April 28th

Here are 10 interesting events that happened on April 28th throughout history:

  1. 1789: The Mutiny on the Bounty takes place.
  2. 1869: The First Transcontinental Railroad is completed.
  3. 1910: The first long-distance airplane race is held.
  4. 1923: Wembley Stadium is opened.
  5. 1945: Benito Mussolini and his mistress are executed by Italian partisans.
  6. 1967: Muhammad Ali refuses induction into the United States Army.
  7. 1969: Charles de Gaulle resigns as President of France.
  8. 1975: The last United States citizen is evacuated from Vietnam.
  9. 2004: The Abu Ghraib prison abuse scandal is revealed.
  10. 2012: The Supreme Court of the United States rules in favor of same-sex marriage in the case of United States v. Windsor.

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