Comedy entertainment show about the Winter Olympics, hosted by comedian and sports fan Alan Davies.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Alan Davies Après-ski - March 1918 - Netflix
The following events occurred in March 1918:
Alan Davies Après-ski - March 7, 1918 (Thursday) - Netflix
Finland formed an alliance with Germany, based on its support the White Guards during the Finnish Civil War. Five German Riesenflugzeug bombers raided England, with one of them dropping a 1,000-kg (2,205-lb) bomb on Warrington Crescent near London's Paddington station. Lena Guilbert Ford, composer of the popular wartime song “Keep the Home Fires Burning”, and her 30-year-old son Walter were killed in the bombing, becoming the first U.S. citizens to be killed in a German bombing raid. The Argentine women's magazine Atlántida had a successful debut with a circulation of 45,000. The Vanderbilt Theatre, designed by architect Eugene De Rosa, opened at 148 West 48th Street in Manhattan, New York City. Died: Clopton Lloyd-Jones, English association football player and cricketer, member of the Clapham Rovers F.C. and 1880 FA Cup Final champion (b. 1858)
Alan Davies Après-ski - References - Netflix