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Can you name the missing words relating to these historic March dates?

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1st (1954)The United States tested a hydrogen bomb on ______ Atoll.
2nd (1965)The '_____ of Music' premieres.
3rd (1992)Bosnia and Herzegovina declares independence from __________.
4th (1980)Robert ______ forms Zimbabwe's first black government.
5th (1963) The ____- Hoop is patented.
6th (1969)Paul _________ marries Linda Eastman.
7th (322bc)_________, the Greek philosopher, dies
8th (1618)Kepler discovers the third law of _________ motion.
9th (1776)The Wealth of _______ by Adam Smith is published.
10th (1910)The first film made in _________ ('In Old California') released.
11th (1302)_____ & Juliet's wedding day (according to Shakespeare).
12th (1918)______ becomes the new capital city of Russia.
13th (1519)HernĂ¡n ______ lands in Mexico.
14th (1964)Jack ____ found guilty of killing Lee Harvey Oswald.
15th (1938)___ is discovered in Saudi Arabia.
16th (1850)'The _______ Letter,' by Nathaniel Hawthorne is published.
17th (1756)St. _______'_ day is celebrated in New York for the first time.
18th (1881)______ and Bailey's 'Greatest Show on Earth' opens.
19th (1953)The _______ Awards airs on US television for the first time.
20th (1995)Aum Shinrikyo carries out a sarin gas attack on the _____ subway.
21st (1963)________ Federal Penitentiary closes.
22nd (1945)The Arab ______ is formed by six Middle Eastern countries.
23rd (1998)The movie '_______' wins eleven Oscars.
24th (1989)The Exxon ______ oil spill occurs.
25th (1306)Robert the _____ crowned King of the Scots.
26th (1937)Spinach growers in Texas erect a statue of ______.
27th (1625)Charles I becomes King of England, Scotland and _______.
28th (1979)A partial meltdown occurs at the _____ Mile Island nuclear plant.
29th (1967)France launched its first nuclear _________.
30th (1867)______ purchased from Russia for 7.2 million dollars.
31st (1889)The ______ Tower in Paris is officially opened.

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