What happened on this day in history?

In 2007, Estonia holds the world’s first national parliamentary election though the internet.

In 1980, Robert Mugabe becomes Zimbabwe’s first black prime minister after great struggle with the white minority rule

In 1933, Franklin D. Roosevelt was inaugurated as the 32nd U.S. president in the middle of the Great Depression and led his country out of the mid-war period and through victory in World War II.

In 1918 The first cases of the Spanish flu are documented. The disease spread around the globe resulting in over 25 million deaths.

In 1789, The U.S. Constitution went into effect as the governing law of the United States.

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