April 1947

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The following events occurred in April 1947:

April 1, 1947 (Tuesday)[]

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April 28, 1947 (Monday)[]

April 29, 1947 (Tuesday)[]

April 30, 1947 (Wednesday)[]

References[]

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  2. ^ a b c Mercer, Derrik, ed. (1989). Chronicle of the 20th Century. London: Chronicle Communications Ltd. p. 650. ISBN 9-780582-039193.
  3. ^ "Bulletins". Madera Tribune. Madera, California: 1. April 4, 1947.
  4. ^ a b Yust, Walter, ed. (1948). 1948 Britannica Book of the Year. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. p. 5.
  5. ^ "Was War Am 05. April 1947". chroniknet. Retrieved December 23, 2016.
  6. ^ "Phone Walkout Grips Nation; Long-Lines Ban Isolates City". Brooklyn Eagle. Brooklyn: 1. April 7, 1947.
  7. ^ a b Leonard, Thomas M. (1977). Day By Day: The Forties. New York: Facts On File, Inc. p. 688. ISBN 0-87196-375-2.
  8. ^ "Dewey Signs Measure To Curb Communists". Brooklyn Eagle. Brooklyn: 1. April 8, 1947.
  9. ^ "Leo Durocher Suspended For Year; 2 Clubs Fined". The Tuscaloosa News: 1. April 9, 1947.
  10. ^ "Called 'Dago,' Says Sinatra, The K. O. Kid". Brooklyn Eagle. Brooklyn: 1. April 9, 1947.
  11. ^ "Sinatra's Assault Charge is Dismissed; Hear He Paid $9,000". Chicago Daily Tribune. Chicago: 1. June 4, 1947.
  12. ^ "U.S. and Britain Support French Claim For Saar". Chicago Daily Tribune. Chicago: 12. April 11, 1947.
  13. ^ "Paris Anti-Red Press Raps Red Stand on Saar". Chicago Daily Tribune. Chicago: 3. April 13, 1947.
  14. ^ "Luciano Rushed Off to Italian Jail As Ship Reaches Genoa Harbor". Brooklyn Eagle. Brooklyn: 1. April 12, 1947.
  15. ^ "United Nations Dedicate Site of Future Home". Chicago Daily Tribune. Chicago: 22. April 14, 1947.
  16. ^ "Jackie Robinson breaks color barrier". History. A&E Networks. Retrieved December 23, 2016.
  17. ^ "April 15, 1947 - Boston Braves at Brooklyn Dodgers". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved December 23, 2016.
  18. ^ "Balanced Budget, British Hopes For 1947-48". The Sydney Morning Herald: 1. April 16, 1947.
  19. ^ "Memorandum of Conversation with Stalin, April 15, 1947". The George C. Marshall Foundation. Retrieved December 23, 2016.
  20. ^ Cortesi, Arnaldo (April 18, 1947). "Sforza Attacked by Roman Mob Demonstrating for Work and Food". The New York Times: 1, 16.
  21. ^ Morrow, Edward A. (April 19, 1947). "Mighty Blast on Helgoland Razes Gamed German Base". The New York Times: 1.
  22. ^ "Boston Marathon Yearly Synopses (1897 - 2013)". John Hancock Financial. Retrieved December 23, 2016.
  23. ^ "NBC Blacks Out Fred Allen Gag Kidding Radio". Chicago Daily Tribune. Chicago: 22. April 21, 1947.
  24. ^ "Britain's Future Queen Promises A Happy Empire". Chicago Daily Tribune. Chicago: 17. April 22, 1947.
  25. ^ Rampersad, Arnold (1997). Jackie Robinson: A Biography. New York: Ballantine Books. pp. 172–173. ISBN 9780345426550.
  26. ^ "General Preferred Death, But Given Gaol". The Sydney Morning Herald: 1. April 24, 1947.
  27. ^ Middleton, Drew (April 24, 1947). "Allies Set Date to Free Captives". The New York Times: 2.
  28. ^ "GM and Auto Union Reach Final Accord on 11½c Wage Rise". The New York Times: 1. April 25, 1947.
  29. ^ Effrat, Louis (April 28, 1947). "58,338 Acclaim Babe Ruth in Rare Tribute at Stadium". The New York Times: 1, 29.
  30. ^ "Japan's Fans Honor Ruth". The New York Times: 29. April 28, 1947.
  31. ^ "Truman Signs Change of Dam's Name to Hoover". Chicago Daily Tribune. Chicago: 1. May 1, 1947.