Quite a few things, but you're probably thinking about the assault on the Branch Davidian compound outside of Waco, Texas.
There were no major events happening on January 29th in 1997. Three celebrities died on this date; Eric Schneider, Louis Pauwels, and Osvaldo Soriano.
Katy Clark was born on January 15.
The ratification of the articles of confederation occurred on March 1, 1781. The Annapolis Convention occurred on September 11, 1786.
Historical events include Good Friday, Friday the 13th, the Invasion of Washington. All of these examples have occured on Fridays.
Al Gore (born March 31, 1948 in Washington DC) succeeded Dan Quayle as the forty-fifth Vice-President of the United States, serving between January 20, 1993 and January 20, 2001, including the whole of 1995.
Historical events which have occurred have a probability of 1. They are a certainty. This refers to the event itself, not some historian's or politician's interpretation of what happened. However, the probability that they will occur again depends on the event. Exact recurrence is impossible (probability = 0).
he was three when leaning tower of Pisa started construction
Australia Day New Year
The 8th Triangle was born.
Lots of historical events occurred in 1984. One such event is the Where's the Beef commercial debuted on January 10th, 1984.
For events such as this, you should look up January 2nd in wikipedia, they have a great list with dates and such.
Todd Mitchell was born.
There were no significant events that occurred on January 11, 1948. It was a Sunday during the presidency of Harry Truman.
A sporting event in 1993 was Super Bowl XXVII. It took place on January 31, 1993 at Rose Bowl Stadium, with the Dallas Cowboys beating the Buffalo Bills by a score of 52-17. Another sporting event in 1993 was the Stanley Cup Finals where the Los Angeles Kings beat the Montreal Canadians 4 games to 1.
No important historical events occurred on January 29, 1972. On January 30, 1972, however, Bloody Sunday occurred. On this day, 26 civil-rights protesters and bystanders were killed by the British Army in Northern Ireland.
That would be William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton(January 20, 1993 - January 20, 2001) who was the US President during the Battle For Mogadishu which occurred October 3-4 1993 .
Chronological order arranges events in the order in which they occurred.
The order the events occurred in.