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March 27, 1964: Most powerful earthquake in U.S. history strikes Alaska on Good Friday
March 27, 1964: Most powerful earthquake in U.S. history strikes Alaska on Good Friday

The following events occurred in March 1964:

March 1, 1964 (Sunday)

March 2, 1964 (Monday)

March 3, 1964 (Tuesday)

March 4, 1964 (Wednesday)

Jimmy Hoffa
Jimmy Hoffa

March 5, 1964 (Thursday)

March 6, 1964 (Friday)

Paul I
Paul I
Constantine II
Constantine II

March 7, 1964 (Saturday)

March 8, 1964 (Sunday)

Malcolm X
Malcolm X
Archbishop Wojtyla
Archbishop Wojtyla

March 9, 1964 (Monday)

March 10, 1964 (Tuesday)

March 11, 1964 (Wednesday)

Leoni
Leoni
Betancourt
Betancourt

March 12, 1964 (Thursday)

Lottery ticket buyer King
Lottery ticket buyer King

March 13, 1964 (Friday)

March 14, 1964 (Saturday)

March 15, 1964 (Sunday)

Burton and Taylor
Burton and Taylor

March 16, 1964 (Monday)

March 17, 1964 (Tuesday)

March 18, 1964 (Wednesday)

March 19, 1964 (Thursday)

March 20, 1964 (Friday)

March 21, 1964 (Saturday)

March 22, 1964 (Sunday)

The Venus de Milo damaged further in shipping
The Venus de Milo damaged further in shipping

March 23, 1964 (Monday)

March 24, 1964 (Tuesday)

March 25, 1964 (Wednesday)

March 26, 1964 (Thursday)

Jim Thompson
Jim Thompson

March 27, 1964 (Friday)

March 28, 1964 (Saturday)

March 29, 1964 (Sunday)

March 30, 1964 (Monday)

March 31, 1964 (Tuesday)

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