On this Day in History: August 12

A lot of significant events took place on August 12. None were more significant than when the most beautiful and sweetest girl in the world said “yes.” Proverbs 18:22 Whoso findeth a wife findeth a good thing, and obtaineth favour of the LORD. I praise the Lord for His goodness in bringing the two of us together.

August 12, 1989

Click to view a small photo album from our wedding.

Here is a list of a few other events that took place on this day.

This Day in History from the History Channel – August 12

American Revolution: 1776 Washington anticipates British strategy

Automotive: 1988 “Tucker: The Man & His Dream” debuts

Civil War: 1862 John Hunt Morgan captures a Federal garrison at Gallatin

Cold War: 1961 East Germany begins construction of the Berlin Wall

Crime: 1964 Great Train robber escapes from prison

Disaster: 2000 Russian sub sinks with 118 onboard

General Interest
1676 King Philip’s War ends
    1898 Armistice ends the Spanish-American War
    1953 Soviets test “Layer-Cake” bomb
    1973 Nicklaus sets title record
    1985 JAL air crash

Hollywood: 1964 James Bond creator Ian Fleming dies | 2014 Hollywood icon Lauren Bacall dies

Literary: 1774 English poet laureate Robert Southey is born

Music: 1939 The Wizard of Oz movie musical premieres in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin

Old West: 1820 Fur trader Manuel Lisa dies

Sports: 1978 Rising NFL star paralyzed by hit

Vietnam War: 1965 Henry Cabot Lodge sworn in as Ambassador to Vietnam | 1969 VC launch new offensive

World War I: 1914 British Parliament passes Defense of the Realm Act

World War II: 1938 Hitler institutes the Mother’s Cross | 1941 Roosevelt and Churchill confer, map out short- and long-term goals


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