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Find out some incredible facts about this day, including what historical events happened, and what celebrities were born on May 26.
Did you know that on this day in 2002, Eminem released his fourth studio album “The Eminem Show”? Considered the most anticipated album of 2002, it debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200.
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th in history! What Happened On May 26 In History?
Simon Pagenaud of France finished the 2016 Indy 500 just two-tenths of a second ahead of Alexander Rossi.
Eminem released his fourth studio album “The Eminem Show.”
It went on to win the 2002 Billboard Album of the Year and Grammy Award Best Rap Album 2003.
Arthur C. Clarke was knighted.
On a visit to Colombo, Sri Lanka, he was made a Knight Bachelor for "services to literature" at a ceremony. This knighthood is usually awarded to those who have advised for public service.
The United States Supreme Court ruled that Ellis Island primarily located in the state of New Jersey, and not New York like many think it does.
Lisa Marie, Elvis Presley’s daughter, married Michael Jackson. However, they divorced after four years.
Carlos Martinez famously hit a ball off Jose Canseco’s head for a home run in major league baseball.
Philadelphia Phillies retired the future Baseball Hall of Fame third baseman Mike Schmidt’s uniform #20.
The last Ford Model T motor car was ceremoniously rolled off the assembly line.
Henry Ford, its inventor, watched the final car come off the line at his factory in Highland Park, Michigan. The Model T had been in production for 19 years, during which about 15 million vehicles were built.
Ty Cobb, a future Baseball Hall of Fame center fielder, was the first to gain 1,000 extra-base hits.
The first ever Le Mans endurance race began.
Originally intended to run for 3 years, this endurance race based winners on who can cover the farthest distance in 24 hours. Winners of the inaugural race were André Lagache and René Léonard.