On This Day: March 14 Nostalgia/All Nostalgia By Justin, 14 March, 2018 04:00 About Justin Sharing my thoughts and opinions with you Read on to find out all you need to know about the life-changing historic events that occurred on March 14. March 14 has seen some important events, strange celebrations and more over the years. Read on to enjoy a taste of them: Dave Matthews Band and one of Australian cricket's finest wins Captain William Bligh arrives back in London a year after the Mutiny on the Bounty, in which he was cast off his own ship (1790). Physicist Albert Einstein is born (1879). First theatre built for rear movie projection in NYC (1931). Japanese bombers make the first of nine attacks on Horn Island in the Torres Strait (1942). Jack Ruby sentenced to death in Texas for Lee Harvey Oswald's murder (1964). Assassinated US president John F. Kennedy's body moved from a temporary grave to a permanent memorial (1967). Motpena in South Australia records the state's highest ever rainfall in a single day, with 272.6mm (1989). Rockers the Dave Matthews Band perform their first show as part of a benefit for the Middle East Children's Alliance (1991). Australia defeat the West Indies by five runs in an amazing cricket World Cup semi-final (1996). YsPeople is a community for the wise. You can voice your opinion on anything here. Simply sign in to post your poems, reviews, opinions and life stories via your unique member dashboard.