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Historical events in 1927 see what famous scandalous and important events happened in 1927 or search by date or keyword. 1927 history time period covers charles lindbergh flies the spirit of st louis across the atlantic great mississippi flood columbine mine massacre work began on mount rushmore. Events january march january 7 the first transatlantic telephone call is made from new york city to london february 23 the us federal radio commission later renamed the federal communications commission begins to regulate the use of radio frequencies march 11 in new york city the roxy theater is opened by samuel roxy rothafel the first armoured car robbery is committed by . 1927 ford model t the final year for the model t car no rust non smoker this particular model had the high top and windshield to accommodate the doctors high hat of that time it is running and re. Articles on events in 1927 squaring up for radio commentary this was the day when the bbc broadcast live sports commentary for the first time and introduced a novel way of involving listeners in the action
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