Historical American events throughout the 1900s in early March are highlighted in this episode. Overseas, Cyprus terrorists make peace, Tibet revolts against red rule, Ghana becomes an independent state 1957, and Americans cross the Rhine during World War II. Back at home, the "Star-Spangled Banner" becomes the American national anthem March 3rd 1931. The Girl Scouts was founded March 12th 1912 in Savannah Georgia, the Salvation Army starts in 1880, and the American Legion was organized 1919. Early May was also scattered with important births and passings including the birth of Knute Rockne (the greatest of all football coaches) and Albert Einstein and the passing of Joseph Stalin and Admiral Byrd.
- Producer: Richard B. Morros
- Actor: Joseph Stalin, Knute Rockne, Alvin Morell Bentley