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March 26

What happened on March 26?

The Latter Day Saint movement is a happy bunch. They live by the Book of Mormon, which was published on this day in 1830.

Scholars often debate whether faith is stronger than science. This ancient debate between religion and science often lives in beautiful synergy. The Dutch University of Utrecht, founded in 1636, is a great example. A wide variety of students graduated here.
Just as varied as today’s party squad!

Author Tennessee Williams (*1911) wrote your invitations to this event.

Founding father of sports brand Puma, Rudolf Dassler (*1898) prepared comfortable sneakers for actress Keira Knightley (*1985).
Yes, he’s the one that got in a fight with his brother – boss of Adidas (Adi Dassler).

Fashion designer Guccio Gucci (*1881) isn’t interested in family feuds though and hands everyone a state-of-the-art suit, perfume and pepperoni pizza. Italians know how to live…

But hurry now, last call! All aboard the Swissair (founded today in 1931) flight with
Mr. Google, Larry Page (*1973), to destination ‘Happy birthday’.



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What happened on March 26?

Birthdays March 26

Tennessee Williams
Rudolf Dassler
Keira Knightley
Guccio Gucci
Larry Page

Events March 26

The Book of Mormon was published
The Dutch University of Utrecht was founded

Companies founded March 26

Swissair