March 14, 1930

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Woolf Barnato parks his Speed Six Blue Train Bentley saloon outside The Conservative Club in St. James's Street, London, at 15:20h, four minutes before the Blue Train itself even reaches Calais, significantly winning the Blue Train Race. The Blue Train Races were a series of record-breaking attempts between automobiles and trains that took place during the late 1920s and early 1930s.


Births

Dieter Schnebel: German vicar / composer


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