This Week In History
March 14, 1858: Ellen G. White receives a vision while attending a funeral service in Lovett's Grove, near Bowling Green, Ohio.
March 15, 1928: Benito Mussolini modifies Italy electoral system (abolishes right to choose).
March 16, 1950: 1st annual National Book Awards.
March 17, 1969: Golda Meir becomes Israel's 4th Prime Minister, the first and only female to hold the office.
March 18, 1959: US President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs Hawaii statehood bill.
March 19, 2003: Airstrikes by an American and British-led coalition signal the beginning of the invasion of Iraq, without United Nations support.
March 20, 1816: US Supreme Court affirms its right to review state court decisions.