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Today marks day 303 of the year, and we have 62 days left of the year.
People who were born on October 30
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The month may not be over yet but don’t worry, we are certain reading the historical events from October 30
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Did you know that on this day in 1938, The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells was broadcasted on the radio? Some listeners interpreted the “breaking news” format as reports of an actual Martian invasion.
Keep reading for more facts about October 30
th in history! What Happened On October 30 In History?
The World Wildlife Fund blamed humanity’s rapidly expanding consumerism for decreasing 60% of the world’s wildlife between 1970 & 2014.
President Donald Trump’s attempt to ban transgender persons from serving in the US military was blocked by US federal judge.
Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly said Trump's attempts was a ""disapproval of transgender people generally".
Walt Disney bought out Lucasfilm Ltd for $4 billion.
American romantic fantasy movie “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part I” premiered at the Rome Film Festival.
English singer George Michael’s first album “Faith” was released.
The album features some of his top hits like "I Want Your Sex," "Faith," and "Father Figure."
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre horror film premiered in cinemas in Los Angeles, CA.
The Bosphorus Bridge was completed in Turkey.
The bridge which resides in Istanbul connects both Europe and Asia.
Anne Frank and her sister Margot Frank were deported from Auschwitz to Bergen-Belsen.
Anne stayed here with her sister until March 1945 where they both died from typhus.
The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells was broadcasted on the radio, creating mass public hysteria.
The "breaking news" style of storytelling in the first half of the show scared many people into believing that Martians had invaded the Earth.
Inventor, Daniel Cooper patented the first time clock in the US.