On this day in history...

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On this day in History.... in 1993
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August 4:

1693: Traditional date for the invention of champagne by Dom Perignon.

1704: An English and Dutch fleet captured Gibraltar from Spain during the War of the Spanish Succession. The UK still controls the strategic location

1789: The French National Constituent Assembly abolished feudalism.

1790: A newly passed tariff act created the Revenue Cutter Service, the forerunner to the Coast Guard.

1792: Birthday of Percy Bysshe Shelley, English poet and playwright

1821: The Saturday Evening Postis published for the first time as a weekly.

1854: Publication of Henry David Thoreau's Walden, describing his life of semi-solitude in the woods putting into action his transcendentalist beliefs.

1875: Death of Hans Christian Andersen, Danish novelist, short story writer , and poet

1886: Death of Samuel J. Tilden, American lawyer and politician, lost the 1876 presidential election

1892: Lizzie Bordenmurdered her parents with an axe.

1898: Birthday of Ernesto Maserati, Italian race car driver and engineer

1901: Birthday of Louis Armstrong, American trumpeter and singer

1912: Birthday of Raoul Wallenberg, Swedish architect and diplomat, saved thousands of Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust

1914: Responding the German invasion of neutral Belgium, Belgium and the British Empire declared war on Germany. The U.S. declared its neutrality.

1914: Pres. Woodrow Wilson announced that America would remain neutral in the war that had begun in Europe, WWI.

1942: The U.S. and Mexico signed the Mexican Farm Labor Agreement which created the "Bracero Program" allowing Mexican citizens to legally work on American farms.

1944: Due to the actions of a Dutch informer, the Gestapo arrested Anne Frank and her family resulting on their being sent to Bergen-Belsen, a concentration camp in Poland where she would die of tuberculosis.

1961: Birthday of Barack Hussein Obama, American lawyer and politician, first black President of the United States

1962: Birthday of Roger Clemens, American baseball player and actor

1962: Death of Marilyn Monroe, American model and actress

1964: The remains of three civil rights workers (Michael Schwerner, Andrew Goodman, and James Chaney), were found in rural Mississippi where they had been murdered by the KKK.

1968: Birthday of Daniel Dae Kim, South Korean-American actor

1970: Birthday of Bret Baier, American journalist

1981: Birthday of Meghan Markle, American actress, member of the British Royal Family

1987: The FCC rescinded the Fairness Doctrine requiring broadcast outlets to present controversial issues "fairly." It became a means of censorship.

2012: Oscar Pistorius became the first amputee runner to compete in the Olympics.

2019: A shooter in Dayton, Ohio killed 9 people and injured 26. This came only 12 hours after the El Paso shooting.

2020: At least 220 people were killed and over 5,000 wounded when 2,700 tons of ammonium nitrate exploded in Beirut, Lebanon.
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August 5:

1100: Henry I was crowned King of England in Westminster Abbey.

1583: Sir Humphrey Gilbert established the first English colony in North America in Newfoundland

1620: The Mayflowerdeparted from Southampton, England on its first attemptto colonize North America.

1729: Death of Thomas Newcomen, English engineer who invented the Newcomen atmospheric engine, forerunner to the steam engine

1850: Birthday of Guy de Maupassant, French short story writer, novelist, and poet

1858: Completion of the first transatlantic cable making possible direct instant communication between the U.S. and Europe for the first time.

1861: Pres. Abraham Lincoln imposed the first federal income tax, although it was unconstitutional.

1864: Admiral David Farragut won a major Union victory in the Battle of Mobile Bay, one of the last major Southern ports used by the Confederacy.

1895: Death of Friedrich Engels, German philosopher, collaborator with Karl Marx

1914: The first electric traffic signal was installed in Cleveland.

1930: Birthday of Neil Armstrong, American pilot, engineer, and astronaut, first man to walk on the moon

1935: Birthday of Roy Benavidez, American Master Sergeant and Medal of Honor Winner

1944: As the Red Army advanced on Warsaw, hundreds of Jews were liberated from a German forced labor camp by the Polish resistance.

1957: Premiere of American Bandstandon TV.

1962: American actress Marilyn Monroe was found dead at her home from a drug overdose.

1963: The U.S., the Soviet Union, and Great Britain signed the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. Less than a year after the Cuban Missile Crisis, three of the world's nuclear powers agreed to limit future atomic tests. It was seen as a first step towards reducing the dangers of those weapons.

1981: Pres. Ronald Reagan fired over 11,000 air traffic controllers. They had illegally gone on strike earlier and he had delivered an ultimatum: return to work or lose your job. He followed through on the threat when they refused.

1984: Death of Richard Burton, Welsh-Swiss actor and producer

2000: Death of Alec Guinness, English actor

2002: Divers recovered the turret of the U.S.S. Monitor, one of the original ironclad warships from the Civil War.
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historian said:

August 5:

2000: Death of Alec Guinness, English actor

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Thanks for posting!!
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August 6:

1221: Death of St. Dominic, Spanish priest, founder of the Dominican order

1538: Founding of Bogota, Columbia.

1660: Death of Diego Velasquez, Spanish painter and educator

1787: The Constitutional Convention debated the first complete draft of the Constitution.

1809: Birthday of Birthday of, English poet

1825: Bolivian Declaration of Independence

1890: William Kemmler, who had been convicted of murdering his lover, became the first person to be executed in an electric chair.

1904: Birthday of Henry Iba, American basketball player and coach

1911: Birthday of Lucille Ball

1916: Birthday of Richard Hofstadter, American historian and academic

1917: Birthday of Robert Mitchum, American actor

1926: Gertrude Ederle became the first woman to swim the English Channel.

1928: Birthday of artist Andy Warhol

1945: The American B-29 bomber Enola Gay dropped an atomic bomb over the Japanese city of Hiroshima killing 50-60,000 instantly (estimates vary greatly).

1965: Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act of 1965 into law. For the first time, the rights of all Americans to voteespecially minoritieswould be protected and enforced systematically throughout the nation.

2009: Death of John Hughes, American director, producer, and screenwriter

2012: Death of Marvin Hammlisch, American pianist, composer, and conductor
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From the Roast of Lucille Ball

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Funny, Foster Brooks' act could not survive in woke America
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Keyser Soze said:

Funny, Foster Brooks' act could not survive in woke America
Most funny acts from back then couldn't.
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We know they will never do a remake of Blazing Saddles!!
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historian said:

We know they will never do a remake of Blazing Saddles!!
No doubt

Few know that much was written by a black man .... Richard Pryor
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August 7:

1742: Birthday of Nathaniel Greene, American general

1779: Birthday of Carl Ritter, German geographer and academic

1782: George Washington created the Purple Heart to honor soldiers wounded in battle.

1786: The first federal Indian Reservation was created by the U.S.

1794: Pres. George Washington suppressed the Whiskey Rebellion.

1942: US invasion of Japanese-held Guadalcanal began.

1957: Death of Oliver Hardy, American actor, singer, and director

1964: Congress passed the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution authorizing Pres. Lyndon Johnson to use military force in Vietnam. We all know how well that went.

1974: Philippe Petit performed a high wire act between the twin towers of the World Trade Center.

1978: Pres. Jimmy Carter declared a federal emergency at Love Canal due to toxic waste.

1998: US Embassies in Kenya & Tanzania were bombed by al Qaeda terrorists.

2004: Death of Red Adair, American firefighter

2005: Death of Peter Jennings, Canadian-American journalist

2007: Barry Bonds hit his 756th career home run surpassing Hank Aaron's record.
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Clear or Cream in 2007

Hank owns the record as far as I am concerned.
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Keyser Soze said:

Clear or Cream in 2007

Hank owns the record as far as I am concerned.
Sorry, Im limited in the number of blue stars I can give out for a single post.
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August 8:

117: Death of Trajan, Roman emperor

1170: Birthday of St. Dominic, founder of the Dominican order

1576: The cornerstone of Tycho Brahe's Uraniborg observatory was laid.

1863: Gen. Robert E. Lee sent a letter offering his resignation to Confederate Pres. Jefferson Davis, weeks after their defeat at Gettysburg. The offer was declined.

1876: Thomas Edison received a patent for his mimeograph.

1897: Death of Jacob Burckhardt, Swiss historian and academic

1918: The Allies attacked the Germans in France beginning the Battle of Amiens, the first in a string of victories for the Allies.

1922: Birthday of Gertrude Himmelfarb, American historian, author, and academic

1937: Birthday of Dustin Hoffman, American actor and director

1942: German saboteurs were executed in Washington, D.C.

1945: France, the UK, the Soviet Union, and the U.S. signed the London Charter establishing the rules and procedures for the Nuremberg trials.

1945: The Soviet Union declared war on Japan (as promised at Yalta) and invaded Manchuria.

1963: Great Train Robbery: A gang of 15 train robbers stole 2.6 million in bank notes in England.

1969: At a pedestrian crossing in London, photographer Iain Macmillan took the iconic photo that became the cover of the Beatles' album Abbey Road.

1974: Pres. Richard Nixon resigned.

1988: The first night game at Wrigley Field as the Cubs hosted the Mets.
The August 8 game was against the Phillies and was rained out in the 3rd. Mets and Cubs completed the first full night game on the 9th.

1990: Iraq occupied and annexed Kuwait. This would lead to the Gulf War.

2000: Birthday of NaLyssa Smith

2017: Death of Glen Campbell, American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and actor
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Thanks for sharing
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How I saw it on July 2, 2018

Abbey Road Studio is on the left, behind the white wall / fence

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I knew someone would eventually post photos of the place! I expected a copy of the album cover photo. In many ways, this is better. Thanks for sharing.
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August 9:

48 BC: During the Roman Civil War, Julius Caesar decisively defeated Pompey at Pharsalus and Pompey fled to Egypt.

378: A large Roman army under the emperor of the East, Valens, was defeated by the Visigoths at the Battle of Adrianople.

1173: Construction of the campanile of the Cathedral of Pisa (now known as the Leaning Tower of Pisa) began.

1648: Birthday of Johann Michael Bach, German composer

1757: Birthday of Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton, American humanitarian, wife of Alexander Hamilton

1814: During the Creek War, the Creek signed the Treaty of Fort Jackson, giving up huge amounts of territory in Alabama and Georgia.

1830: Louis Philippe became the king of France following the abdication of Charles X, an event itself resulting from the Revolution of 1830.

1842: The Webster-Ashburton Treaty was signed between the U.S. and the UK, establishing the current border with Canada east of the Rockies.

1892: Thomas Edison received a patent for a two-way telegraph.

1902: Coronation of Edward VII as King of the United Kingdom.

1919: Death of Ruggero Leoncavallo, Italian composer and educator

1936: In the Berlin Olympics Jesse Owenswon his 4th gold medal, in the 4x100 meter relay. The relay team set a new world record in the process.

1945: The U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on Nagasaki causing destruction comparable to the Hiroshima bomb 3 days earlier. Soon after, the Japanese announced their willingness to surrender and WWII came to an end.

1957: Birthday of Melanie Griffith, American actress and producer

1963: Birthday of Whitney Houston, American singer-songwriter, producer, and actress

1967: Birthday of Deion Sanders, American football and baseball player

1969: Charles Manson's cult killed 5 people.

1974: Gerald Ford was sworn in as President of the United States.

1975: Death of Dmitri Shostakovich, Russian pianist and composer

2014: Michael Brown was shot by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri after reportedly assaulting the officer and attempting to steal his weapon.

2015: Death of Frank Gifford, American football player, sportscaster, and actor
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historian said:

August 9:

1969: Charles Manson's cult killed 5 people.

When I get to the bottom I go back to the top of the slide
Where I stop and I turn and I go for a ride
Till I get to the bottom and I see you again
Do, don't you want me to love you
I'm coming down fast but I'm miles above you
Tell me, tell me, tell me, come on tell me the answer
Well, you may be a lover but you ain't no dancer

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historian said:

Ranked ahead of only the Pizza Hut mascot debacle and the Tribute to Sandi Patti in "worst BUGWB halftime performances of the 21st Century".
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Some people thought it was a great halftime performance. Different tastes.
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August 10:

955: Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor defeated the Magyars, ending 50 years of Magyar invasion of the west.

1519: Ferdinand Magellan set sail from Seville with 5 ships and the goal of circumnavigating the globe. After Magellan was murdered in the Philippines, his second in command, Juan Sebastian Elcano, would complete the expedition profitably.

1675: The foundation stone for the Royal Greenwich Observatory was laid in East London.

1680: The Pueblo Revolt began in New Mexico against Spanish rule.

1792: Storming of the Tuileries Palace: Louis XVI of France was arrested while his Swiss Guards were massacred by the Parisian mob.

1793: Opening of the Louvre Museum in Paris.

1821: Missouri was admitted as the 24thstate.

1846: TheSmithsonian Institution was created by a congressional charter after James Smithson donated $500,000.

1865: Birthday of Alexander Glazunov, Russian composer, conductor, and educator

1874: Birthday of Herbert Hoover, American engineer and politician, 31stPresident of the United States`

1904: Russo-Japanese War: The Battle of the Yellow Sea, the Japanese navy decisively defeated the Russian navy.

1905: Russo-Japanese War: Peace negotiations began between the warring nations in Portsmouth, New Hampshire through the intervention of Pres. Theodore Roosevelt. Roosevelt's efforts would earn him the Nobel Peace Prize, the first U.S. president to do so.

1928: Birthday of Eddie Fisher, American singer and actor

1944: The Battle of Guam ended with the successful recapture of the island by American forces.

1945: Japan accepted the Allied terms and surrendered unconditionally ending WWII.

1960: Birthday of Antonio Banderas, Spanish actor and producer

1977: In Yonkers, New York, postal employee David Berkowitz ("Son of Sam") was arrested for a series of murders in New York over a year.

1988: Pres. Ronald Reagan signed into law the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, providing restitution for Japanese-American victims of internment and relocation during WWII.

1990: The Magellan space probe reached Venus.

1995: Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols were indicted for the Oklahoma City bombing.

2019: Death of Jeffrey Epstein, American financier
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August 11:

3114 BC: Beginning of the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar used by several pre-Columbian civilizations, especially the Maya.

1086: Birthday of Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor

1919: Germany adopted the Weimar Constitution. It was a weak & ineffective government born in the aftermath of the defeat in WWI and eventually producing Chancellor Hitler.

1919 - Green Bay Packers were founded by Curly Lambeau and Whitney Calhoun

1919: Death of Andrew Carnegie, Scottish-American businessman and philanthropist, founder of Carnegie Steel Company and Carnegie Hall

1921: Birthday of Alex Haley, American historian and author

1929: Babe Ruth became the first baseball player to hit 500 home runs in his career.

1934: Arrival of the first civilian prisoners at the Federal prison on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay.

1937: Death of Edith Wharton, American novelist and short story writer

1942: Actress Hedy Lamarr and composer George Antheil received a patent for a Frequency-hopping spread spectrum communication system that would become the basis for modern technologies for wireless telephones, 2-way radios, and Wi-Fi.

1944: Birthday of Ian McDiarmid, Scottish actor

1945: Poles in Krakow engaged in a pogrom against Jews in the city, killing 1 and wounding 5.

1950: Birthday of Steve Wozniak, American computer scientist and programmer, co-founder of Apple Computer

1956: Death of Jackson Pollock, American painter

1965: Riots began in the Watts neighborhood of LA.

1984: Death of Alfred A. Knopf, Sr., American publisher

1994: Death of Peter Cushing, English actor

1996: Death of Rafael Kubelik, Czech conductor and composer

2014: Death of Robin Williams, American actor and comedian
“Incline my heart to your testimonies, and not to selfish gain!”
Psalm 119:36
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August 12:

30: Cleopatra committed suicide.

1492: Christopher Columbus arrived in the Canary Islands on his way to discovering the New World.

1624: Charles de La Vieuville was arrested and replaced by Cardinal Richelieu as chief advisor to King Louis XIII.

1676: King Philip's War ended with the assassination of Philip.

1762: Birthday of King George IV of the United Kingdom

1848: Death of George Stephenson, English engineer and academic, known as the "Father of Railways", created the standard gauge used by most railroads in the world

1849: Death of Albert Gallatin, Swiss-American ethnologist, linguist, and politician, 4thU.S. Secretary of the Treasury

1851: Isaac Singer was granted a patent for the sewing machine.

1860: Birthday of Klara Hitler, Austrian mother of future German dictator

1865: British surgeon and scientist Joseph Lister performed the first antiseptic surgery.

1881: Birthday of Cecil B. DeMille, American director and producer

1898: Armistice ending the Spanish-American War.

1898: Sovereignty over Hawaii was officially transferred to the United States.

1910: Birthday of Jane Wyatt, American actress

1941: Atlantic Charter signed by FDR & Churchill.

1944: Death of Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., American lieutenant and pilot, brother of future president of the U.S.

1949: Birthday of Mark Knopfler, Scottish-English singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer

1953: The Soviets successfully tested their first thermonuclear device.

1960: NASA launched its first communications satellite.

1964: Death of Ian Fleming, English spy, journalist, and author; created the character James Bond

1981: Release of the IBM Personal Computer.

1982: Death of Henry Fonda, American actor

1990: The largest and most complete skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus rex found to date was discovered by Sue Hendrickson in South Dakota.

1992: Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. announced the completion of negotiations for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

2014: Death of Lauren Bacall, American model, actress, and singer
“Incline my heart to your testimonies, and not to selfish gain!”
Psalm 119:36
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August 13:

1521: Hernan Cortes conquered the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan.

1624: King Louis XIII of France appointed Cardinal Richelieu as his prime minister.

1792: King Louis XVI of France was arrested by the National Tribunal and declared an enemy of the people.

1820: Birthday of George Grove, English musicologist and historian

1860: Birthday of Annie Oakley, American target shooter

1863: Death of Eugene Delacroix, French painter and lithographer

1866: Birthday of Giovanni Agnelli, Italian businessman, founder of Fiat S.p.A.

1889: William Gray of Hartford, Connecticut was granted a patent for coin-operated telephones.

1899: Birthday of Alfred Hitchcock, English-American director and producer

1906: Racial injustice in Brownsville, Texas. Black soldiers from the 25thInfantry Regiment were falsely accused of a shooting incident in which a white bartender was killed and a white cop was injured.

1910: Death of Florence Nightingale, Italian-English nurse and theologian

1912: Death of Jules Massenet, French composer

1918: Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW) was established as a public company in Germany.

1920: Beginning of the Battle of Warsaw during the Polish-Soviet War. The battle will last almost two weeks and end with a Polish victory over the Red Army.

1926: Birthday of Fidel Castro, Cuban lawyer, politician, revolutionary, and dictator

1937: Beginning of the Battle of Shanghai in the Second Sino-Japanese War.

1946: Death of H.G. Wells, English novelist, historian, and critic

1948: Birthday of Kathleen Battle, American operatic soprano

1961: East Germans began construction of the Berlin Wall.

1969: Ticker tape parade in New York City for the Apollo 11 astronauts recently returned from the moon. That evening, they attended a state dinner in Los Angeles and were awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Pres. Richard Nixon.

1981: Pres. Reagan signed into law the first series of tax cuts of his administration. This helped to usher in economic recovery and eventual boom throughout the 1980s.

1995: Death of Mickey Mantle, American baseball legend

2004: Death of Julia Child, American chef, author, and television host
“Incline my heart to your testimonies, and not to selfish gain!”
Psalm 119:36
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August 14:

1040: King Duncan I was killed in battle against his first cousin and rival, Macbeth who then became King of Scotland

1688: Birthday of Frederick William I of Prussia

1784: Russians settled Alaska.

1848: Congress organized the Oregon Territory

1851: Birthday of Doc Holliday, American dentist and gambler

1880: Completion of the Cologne Cathedral, the most famous landmark of Cologne, Germany. Construction began in 1248, was halted in 1560, and finally resumed in the 1840s.

1900: An 8-nation alliance occupied Beijing, China in order to end the Boxer Rebellion.

1912: Birthday of Frank Oppenheimer, American physicist and academic

1935: FDR signed Social Security Act into law.

1945: Birthday of Steve Martin, American actor, comedian, musician, producer, and screenwriter in Waco, Texas

1951: Death of William Randolph Hearst, American publisher and politician, founder of the Hearst Corporation

1953: Birthday of James Horner, American composer and conductor

1956: Death of Bertholt Brecht, German poet, playwright, and director

1959: Birthday of Magic Johnson, American basketball player and coach

1960: Birthday of Sarah Brightman, English singer and actress

1966: Birthday of Halle Barry, American model, actress, and producer

1972: Death of Oscar Levant, American actor, pianist, and composer

1980: Lech Walesa led a strike in the shipyards of Gdansk, Poland.

1981: Death of Karl Bhm, Austrian conductor and director

1987: Birthday of Tim Tebow, American football and baseball player and sportscaster

1988: Death of Enzo Ferrari, Italian race car driver and businessman, founder of Ferrari

1992: Death of John Sirica, American lawyer and judge

1994: Terrorist Carlos the Jackal captured.
“Incline my heart to your testimonies, and not to selfish gain!”
Psalm 119:36
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August 15:

423: Death of Honorius, Roman emperor

1038: Death of Stephen I, King of Hungary

1057: King Macbeth killed by Malcolm Canmore in the Battle of Lumphanan

1096: Starting date for the First Crusade as set by Pope Urban II.

1483: Pope Sixtus IV consecrated the Sistine Chapel

1511: Alfonso de Albuquerque of Portugal conquered Malacca, the capital of the Malacca Sultanate.

1519: Founding of Panama City, Panama.

1549: Jesuit Francis Xavier arrived in Japan

1769: Birthday of Napoleon Bonaparte, French general and emperor

1771: Birthday of Walter Scott, Scottish novelist, playwright, and poet

1912: Birthday of Julia Child, American chef and author

1914: Panama Canal opened to traffic

1920: Miracle at the Vistula: During the Battle of Warsaw, Jozef Pilsudski saved Poland and gave the Red Army one of its greatest defeats.

1924: Birthday of Phyllis Schlafly, American lawyer, writer, and political activist

1925: Birthday of Oscar Peterson, Canadian pianist and composer

1935: Will Rogers and Wiley Post were killed in an airplane accident in Alaska

1938: Birthday of Stephen Breyer, American lawyer and judge, Supreme Court justice

1938: Birthday of Maxine Waters, American educator and politician

1939: Premiere of The Wizard of Oz in Los Angeles

1945: Emperor Hirohito announced Japan's surrender to the Allies over the radio. For most Japanese, it was the first time they had heard his voice.

1947: Pakistan and India won their independence from the British Empire.

1969: beginning of Woodstock festival

1971: Pres. Richard Nixon completed the process of taking the U.S. off the gold standard

1972: Birthday of Ben Affleck, American actor, director, producer, and screenwriter

1995: Shannon Faulkner became the first female cadet matriculated at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. She dropped out a few days later.

2020: Death of Robert Trump, American real-estate developer, business executive, younger brother of Pres. Donald Trump
“Incline my heart to your testimonies, and not to selfish gain!”
Psalm 119:36
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