Top Ten Worst Days In Human History

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21 November 22nd, 1963

John F.Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald.

22 November 13th, 2015
23 October 1st, 2017
24 March 8th, 2014
25 August 25th, 2012

The day Neil Armstrong, the greatest person of all time, other than Jesus, died, with the top being Jesus Christ, Neil Armstrong bravely went to a place no one else at the time has ever gone before, the Moon, which is a different world from Earth, his death ended the human golden age, This should go above September 11, 2001. there hasn't been a day worse than this. - nelsonerico6

Indeed, the modern era's greatest person passed from our presence on this day.
Everything we do is of zero interest to the coming millennia, with the exception of the first time a human being left the planet and walked on another world.

This should be number one, Neil Armstrong's death is worse than 9/11 and the holocaust combined. - nelsonerico6

26 April 19th, 1995

This day is worst the day sandy hook happened seriously sandy hook is overrated

This was so sad the bombing that killed 168 people

This event is overshadowed by 9/11.

The Oklahoma City bombing.

27 April 20th, 1889

A good day to the world. The world never exploded.

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28 June 6th, 2006
29 April 26th, 1986

Chernobyl Disaster.

30 June 25th, 2009

This should be number one, because without question everyone knows why this is indeed the saddest day ever...

The death of Michael Jackson (Farrah Fawcett too).

31 December 27th, 2016

The day Carrie Fisher died, the actress who did Leia in Star Wars.
We'd never thought we'd lose one of the greatest stars so suddenly.

32 September 20th, 2017

Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico and knocked out all power, life as we know it there is doomed.

33 February 12th, 1809
34 June 23rd, 1993
35 September 15th, 1066

Slight date error, this should be October 14, 1066, which was the Battle of Hastings.

Although the names were different back then, what happened was that the "French" defeated the "Britons" in battle, then permanently took over rule, and they have not left since!

Slightly more than "slight" error.
The "French" did not defeat the "Britons."
It was not a battle between Franks and Celts.
It was the defeat of the Saxons, a Germanic tribe, by the Normans, descendants of Vikings.
Truth is, all of these peoples were fairly closely related in antiquity, somewhat less so by the time of the Norman Conquest.

36 May 22nd, 1960
37 July 4th, 2000

The day Titanic: The Legend Goes On was released.

38 March 10th, 1957 V 1 Comment
39 December 18th, 1878

Stalin killed more than 20 million of his own people.
Should be way higher.

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40 December 26th, 1893

Mao Zedong was born that day

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