21 March: This day in history

1349 Between 100 and 3,000 Jews are killed in Black Death riots in Erfurt, Germany

1804 Napoleonic Code adopted in France, stresses clearly written and accessible law

1871 Journalist Henry Morton Stanley begins his famous expedition to Africa

1975 Ethiopia abolishes its monarchy after 3,000 years

2014 Russia formally annexes Crimea amid international condemnation

Source: Onthisday.com

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