Time and History 2:00 A.M. First Daylight Savings Time
About major and minor historical events around the clock such as the first use of Daylight Savings Time in America at two o'clock in the morning.
HISTORY AROUND THE CLOCK
2:00 in the Morning
Mar. 31, 1918. America lost an hour when it suddenly became 3:00 A.M. Clocks across the continent were set forward one hour in a government move to "save daylight." In 1966 the U.S. Congress provided that daylight saving time would begin the last Sunday in April and that clocks would return to standard time on the following "last Sunday in October."
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