October 14th is known as International Top Spinning Day and Be Bald and Be Free Day.
This day marks the 287th day of 2021, and there’s only 78 days left of the year.
People who were born on October 14th all share the Libra star sign.
You’ll be amazed when you see what we have in store for you on this special day.
Did you know that on this day in 1979, the first LGBT civil rights march took place in Washington D.C.? Up to 125,000 people joined the parade, and it was broadcast live on several National Public Radio affiliates.
Keep reading for more facts about October 14th in history!
What Happened On October 14 In History?
American reality show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” aired for the first time on the E! Network.
William the Conqueror defeated English forces at The Battle of Hastings.
His Norman army defeated the local English Anglo-Saxon forces while killing their king, Harold II, in the process. Up to 25,000 men were lost. It was a pivotal battle that started the Norman domination of the island.
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