April 10 in History
1710April 10, 1710:
Britain issues the Statute of Anne to regulate copyright in the country. The law is also referred to as Copyright Act 1710.
1868April 10, 1868:
Johannes Brahms' musical work titled "A German Requiem" is performed for the first time.
1912April 10, 1912:
British passenger ship named RMS Titanic makes its first and final voyage. The ocean liner will take off from Southampton in England and is expected to dock at New York City.
1916April 10, 1916:
America golf organization, known as Professional Golfers Association (PGA) is formed.
1925April 10, 1925: F. Scott Fitzgerald releases his book titled "The Great Gatsby". It inspired the 1949 movie of the same name, which was directed by American filmmaker Elliott Nugent.
1935April 10, 1935:
Vaughan Williams premieres fourth Symphony in London.
1947April 10, 1947:
Jackie Robinson signs for Brooklyn Dodgers and becomes the first black-American to participate in the MLB during the twentieth century. He will go on to be crowned the National League’s best player two years later.
1957April 10, 1957:
Fox Wilshire Theater holds the premiering of American courtroom film, "12 Angry Men". The movie is the adaptation of a play which bears the same name. Lee J. Cobb and Henry Fonda are some of the stars in the movie.
1985April 10, 1985:
Singer, Madonna, starts her first-ever tour, which is dubbed ‘The Virgin Tour’. The tour will see her perform at a number of cities including Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Toronto.
2014April 10, 2014: