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March 5 in history:
- 1963: Legendary singer Patsy Cline, who still influences both country and pop singers, died in a plane crash at the peak of her career.
- 1953: Joseph Stalin, who had exercised absolute authority in the USSR since Lenin's death in 1924, died at the age of 73, possibly as a result of poisoning. The Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev, one of the millions whom Stalin tormented, also died on this day.
- 1946: Sir Winston Churchill first uttered the phrase "an Iron Curtain," in a speech at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri
- 1849: Former general Zachary Taylor began his brief term as the 12th president of the United States.
- 1770: The Boston Massacre, when Crispus Attucks led the mob that defied British troops, took place.