History for any country or rather individual is basically something that has been printed and hence is followed religiously by many. The result of us following history is inevitable in our formation or development, a spawning of prejudice that leads to our relationship with one another, sometimes healing the wounds, most often painting a crevice between countries and races. What is important, though we are left with no choice but to follow our past and learn from it, is to always reiterate and remember the statement Alexis de Tocqueville once exclaimed. He said, “History is a gallery of pictures in which there are few originals and many copies.” Today we look at events that occurred on March 29th, the 88th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. From the event that fueled the first world war, the ratification of the reoccupation of Rhineland by Adolf Hitler, to the event that ended the war, the defeat of the German IV army by the Soviets. With regard to sports and entertainment, Muhammad Ali yet again retained his world Heavy weight title; Clint Eastwood won his first Oscar that very night to Beethoven making his debut way back in the 18th century. Take a look and tell us which event significantly changed the world.