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What’s the most important date in all of history?

3/13/2010 • History Questions - Discuss Daily History Questions And Answers

What’s the most important date in all of history?

8 Responses to What’s the most important date in all of history?

  1. David Emery says:

    2 Sep 31 BC – Battle of Actium. At least from a Western Civilization perspective, the rise of Augustus has to be considered to be one of the greatest (and frankly most surprising) events in history, with ramifications that continue well into the 3rd millennium.

  2. David Emery says:

    2 Sep 31 BC – Battle of Actium. At least from a Western Civilization perspective, the rise of Augustus has to be considered to be one of the greatest (and frankly most surprising) events in history, with ramifications that continue well into the 3rd millennium. I can’t see Mark Anthony pulling together a Roman empire, nor would Cleopatra have been able to establish an Egyptian one, regardless of any attempts to rule together.

  3. ana reyes says:

    December 7- this was the most significant date in history beacuse it the day that the U.S. suffered from a japanese attack and we learned from it. Its also important beacuse that was how we got into WWII.

  4. Pan Head says:

    December 19, 1957. After all, it was the date that I was born.

  5. Ed Puffer says:

    I will narrow the question down slightly: the most important date in the history of Literature. I have three nominees:

    March 15 — the Ides of March, the day Julius Caesar was assassinated; retold by William Shakespeare

    June 16, 1904 — the day that is the setting of James Joyce’s \Ulysses\

    Feb. 3, 1863 — the day that the name \Mark Twain\ first appeared in print — Samuel Clemens put his now-famous pen name on a humorous travel account in the Territorial Enterprise of Virginia City,

  6. Travis Beahlen says:

    The single most important date in human history is clearly the day Jesus Christ rose from the dead and ransomed all humanity from an eternity in hell. You may not agree but believe me when you pass into the next life you will know just what this man, the true Son of God, did for us.

    The second most important date in human history is Jesus’ crucifixion.

    The third most important date in human history is Jesus’ birth.

    If you are in doubt any of these Biblical truths, just pray to Jesus honestly and tell Him that you do not know if He is real but if He is real to please lead you to Him. He will answer you if you seek Him in earnest. Please read “Evidence that Demands a Verdict” by Josh McDowell if you are in doubt of any of these Bible truths.

  7. Raeann Ricino says:

    June 6th, 1944, D-Day, changed the course of modern history. If the allies lost the battle of Omaha, the fate of the world rested in the hands of one man… Adolf Hitler. God bless the thousands of young soldiers who lost their lives on this day.

  8. steve kennedy says:

    August 6th 1945 is most significant date in history – up to that day humans only had to consider their own death, afterwards humanity had to come to terms with their extinction as a species

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