April 2 in History
1792April 2, 1792:
The U.S currency, Dollars ($) is introduced by The Mint Act of 1792.
1855April 2, 1855:
Thailand crowns Mongkut, commonly known as King Rama IV, as their king.
1902April 2, 1902:
The Dutch professional football club dubbed MVV Maastricht is founded in the Netherlands.
- April 2, 1902:
The community arts venue for Guildford, known as the "Electric Theatre", opens in Los Angeles, California.
1956April 2, 1956:
The soap opera titled "Edge of Night" and "As the World Turns" is the first show on TV.
1968April 2, 1968:
Python Music Limited is established by the British rock band called The Beatles.
1989April 2, 1989:
AsusTek Computer Inc, a Taiwanese computer hardware and tech company, is established.
2003April 2, 2003:
Famous American singer and songwriter Edwin Starr dies at age 61 as a result of a heart attack.
2005April 2, 2005:
The head of the Roman Catholic Church, Pope John Paul II dies.