February 7 in History
1613February 7, 1613:
Michael Romanov, known for establishing the Romanov dynasty, becomes the tsar of Russia.
1940February 7, 1940:
Disney’s animated film, “Pinocchio” is premiered.
1964February 7, 1964:
The Beatles arrive in the United States for the first time.
1965February 7, 1965:
The Beatles member, George Harrison gets his tonsils removed.
1974February 7, 1974:
Grenada becomes independent of British colonial rule.
- February 7, 1974:
The satirical Western black comedy film, “Blazing Saddles” is released.
1986February 7, 1986: Haitian president, Jean-Claude Duvalier flees to France with the help of the United States amidst political unrest in his country.
1992February 7, 1992:
The Maastricht Treaty, which would be the foundation treaty of the European Union in 1993, is signed.
1995February 7, 1995:
Shania Twain releases her second studio album, “The Woman in Me”.
1999February 7, 1999:
Abdullah II ascends the Jordanian throne following his father, Hussein’s death.