This Week in History

31 March, 1889: Designed by French engineer, Alexandre Gustave, The Eiffel Tower is opened and became an iconic landmark of Paris.

1 April, 1976: Apple Inc. is founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne.

2 April, 1792: The U.S. dollar is introduced.

3 April, 1924: American actor Marlon Brando is born.

4 April, 1979: The former prime minister of Pakistan, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto is executed.

5 April, 1955: Winston Churchill resigns as the British Prime Minister.

6 April, 1896: The first modern Olympic Games are opened in Athens.