1950, Air France Douglas DC-4 Crashed On this day on June 12, 1950, Air France Douglas DC-4 hit the water and crashed in the Arabian Sea. It was on a plan flight from Saigon to Paris. DC-4 had departed at 16:05 from a stopover at Karachi for another stopover at Bahrain. At
1950, Uruguay won their second FIFA World Cup Title On This day during on July 16, 1950, Uruguay won their second FIFA world cup title against Brazil at Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Uruguay beating Brazil 2-1 in front of 200,854 audience. Goal Brazil, Friaça
1950, West Indies Won Their First Test in England On this day June 29, 1950, West Indies won their first Test in England at Lord’s. The second Test at Lord’s was the first time that the West Indies had won a match against England in England. West Indies young
1950, The World First Kidney Transplant On this day on June 17, 1950, The world first kidney transplant was performed on Ruth Tucker, a 44-year-old woman with polycystic kidney disease, by Dr. Richard Lawler at Little Company of Mary Hospital in Evergreen Park, Illinois.
1950, Sir Thomas Blamey becomes Field Marshal in Australian On this day during on June 8, 1950, Sir Thomas Blamey becomes the Field Marshal in Australian. However, Sir Thomas is the first and so far only Australian-born field marshal in Australian history. The Field Marshal