October 20th in history: Jackie Kennedy remarried, Congress investigates Communism in Hollywood, and more
Former wife of President John F. Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy, remarried to Greek shipping mogul, Aristotle Onassis.
Other Events on October 19th in History:
1947: The U.S. government initiated an investigation of Communist Party members in Hollywood.
1964: Former U.S. President, Herbert Hoover, died at the age of 90.
1973: The Sydney Opera house opened.
1973: The Saturday Night Massacre proliferates the Watergate scandal under Nixon's era, with a series of dramatic firings and resignations.
1992: The first world series game was played outside the U.S. with the host Toronto Blue Jays defeating the Atlanta Braves.
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