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GENERAL
Born April 9th
1865: Erich Ludendorff, German general during World War I.
1879: W.C. Fields (Claude William Dukenfield), comedian and actor.
1898: Paul Robeson, actor and activist.
1905: J. William Fulbright, U.S. senator from Arkansas.
1926: Hugh Hefner, founder and publisher of Playboy magazine.
April 9th
in history
1950: Comedian Bob Hope makes his first television appearance.
1963: Winston Churchill becomes the first honorary U.S. citizen.
1966: The statue of Winston Churchill is dedicated at the British Embassy in Washington, D.C.
1968: Murdered civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., is buried.
1970: Paul McCartney announces the official break-up of the Beatles.