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TODAY IN HISTORY - 12 MARCH


• 1881 – Andrew Watson made his debut with the Scotland national football team and became the world's first black international football player.

• 1912 – Juliette Gordon Low founded a youth organization for girls that grew into the Girl Scouts of the USA.

Juliette Gordon
• 1934 – Supported by the Estonian Army, Konstantin Päts staged a coup d'état, beginning the Era of Silence.

• 1993 – A series of thirteen coordinated bomb explosions took place in Bombay, India, killing over 250 civilians and injuring over 700 others.





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