February 24 in History
1821February 24, 1821:
Agustín de Iturbide, a Mexican military chieftain issues the Iguala Plan to appeal for an independent Mexico.
1848February 24, 1848:
The Revolutions of 1848, a couple of revolts organized against monarchies in Europe gets to France.
1868February 24, 1868:
The United States House of Representatives votes to impeach President Andrew Johnson.
1942February 24, 1942:
The Voice of America (VOA) broadcasts in German for the first time to oppose the N*zi leaders’ propaganda.
1969February 24, 1969:
The British drama film, “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie” is released in the United Kingdom.
1976February 24, 1976:
The operation of only the Communist Party of Cuba becomes mandated this day through the adoption of Cuba’s constitution by Fidel Castro’s regime.
1980February 24, 1980:
The United States men’s ice hockey team beat Finland to win the Olympic gold medal.
1998February 24, 1998:
2002February 24, 2002:
Canada wins the men's ice hockey Winter Olympic gold medal by beating the United States.
2020February 24, 2020:
Hollywood film producer, Harvey Weinstein is convicted of rape.