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== Art and culture == == Art and culture ==
*[[1842]] - [[Anesthesia]] is used for the first time in an operation by [[Physician|Dr.]] [[Crawford Long]]. *[[1842]] - [[Anesthesia]] is used for the first time in an operation by [[Physician|Dr.]] [[Crawford Long]].
-*[[1844]] - One of the most important battles of the [[Dominican War of Independence]] from [[Haiti]] takes place near the city of [[Santiago de los Caballeros]]. 
-*[[1855]] - [[Origins of the American Civil War]]: [[Bleeding Kansas]] - "[[Border Ruffians]]" from [[Missouri]] invade [[Kansas]] and force election of a pro-[[slavery]] legislature.  
-*[[1856]] - The [[Treaty of Paris (1856)]] is signed, ending the [[Crimean War]]. 
-*[[1858]] - [[Hymen Lipman]] patents a [[pencil]] with an attached [[eraser]]. 
-*[[1863]] - Danish prince [[George I of Greece|Wilhelm Georg]] is chosen as King George of [[Greece]]. 
-*[[1867]] - [[Alaska]] is purchased for $7.2 million, about 2 cent/acre ($4.19/km²), by [[United States Secretary of State]] [[William H. Seward]]. The news media call this [[Seward's Folly]]. 
-*[[1870]] - [[Texas]] is readmitted to the [[Union (American Civil War)|Union]] following [[Reconstruction era (United States)|Reconstruction]]. 
-*[[1885]] - The [[Battle for Kushka]] triggers the [[Pandjeh Incident]] which nearly gives rise to war between the [[British Empire]] and [[Russian Empire]]. 
-*[[1909]] - The [[Queensboro Bridge]] opens, linking [[Manhattan]] & [[Queens]]. 
-*[[1910]] - [[Mississippi Legislature]] founded [[The University of Southern Mississippi]]. 
-*[[1912]] - [[King of Morocco|Sultan]] [[Abdelhafid of Morocco|Abdelhafid]] signs the [[Treaty of Fez]], making [[Morocco]] a [[France|French]] [[protectorate]]. 
-*[[1939]] - The [[Heinkel]] [[Heinkel He 100|He 100]] fighter sets the world airspeed record of 463 mph. 
-* 1939 - First flight of the [[Australia]]n [[Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation|C.A.C.]] [[CAC Wirraway|CA-16 Wirraway]]. 
-*[[1940]] - [[Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945)|Sino-Japanese War]]: [[Japan]] declares [[Nanking]] to be the capital of a new [[China|Chinese]] [[puppet government]], nominally controlled by [[Wang Jingwei|Wang Ching-wei]]. 
-*[[1945]] - [[World War II]]: [[Soviet Union]] [[Red Army|forces]] invade [[Austria]] and take [[Vienna]], [[Armia Ludowa|Polish]] and [[Soviet]] forces liberate [[Gdańsk]]. 
-* 1945 - [[World War II]]: a defecting German pilot delivers a [[Messerschmitt]] [[Messerschmitt Me 262|Me 262A-1]] to Americans. 
-*[[1949]] - [[Icelandic NATO Riot (1949)|Riot breaks out in Austurvöllur]] square in [[Reykjavík]], when [[Iceland]] joined [[NATO]].  
-*[[1951]] - [[Remington Rand]] delivers the first [[UNIVAC I]] computer to the [[United States Census Bureau]]. 
-*[[1954]] - [[Yonge-University-Spadina (TTC)|Yonge Street subway line]] opens in [[Toronto]]. It is the first [[metro|subway]] in [[Canada]].  
-*[[1961]] - The [[Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs]] is signed at [[New York]]. 
-*[[1965]] - [[Vietnam War]]: A [[car bomb]] explodes in front of the [[U.S. Embassy]] in [[Saigon]], killing 22 and wounding 183 others. 
-*[[1972]] - [[Vietnam War]]: The [[Easter Offensive]] begins after [[North Vietnam]]ese forces cross into the [[Demilitarized Zone]] (DMZ) of [[South Vietnam]]. 
-*[[1979]] - [[Airey Neave]], a British politician, is killed by a car bomb as he exits the [[Palace of Westminster]]. The [[Irish National Liberation Army]] claims responsibility. 
-*[[1981]] - [[President of the United States|President]] [[Ronald Reagan]] is [[Reagan assassination attempt|shot in the chest]] outside a [[Washington, D.C.]], hotel by [[John Hinckley, Jr.]] 
-*[[1982]] - [[Space Shuttle program]]: [[STS-3]] Mission completed with the landing of [[Space Shuttle Columbia|''Columbia'']] at [[White Sands Missile Range]], [[New Mexico]]. 
-*[[1997]] - [[Five (channel)]] Begins broadcasting in the [[UK]] 
-*[[2006]] - [[Marcos Pontes]] is the first [[Brazil]]ian astronaut in space. 
-* 2006 - UK [[Terrorism Act 2006]] becomes law. 
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==Births== ==Births==
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-*[[1326]] - [[Ivan II of Russia]], Grand Duke of Muscovy (d. [[1359]]) 
-*[[1432]] - [[Mehmed II]], [[Ottoman Sultan]] (d. [[1481]]) 
-*[[1640]] - [[John Trenchard (Secretary of State)|John Trenchard]], English politician (d. [[1695]]) 
-*[[1739]] - [[Maria Josepha of Bavaria]], Holy Roman Empire Empress (d. [[1767]]) 
*[[1746]] - [[Francisco Goya]], Spanish painter (d. [[1828]]) *[[1746]] - [[Francisco Goya]], Spanish painter (d. [[1828]])
-*[[1750]] - [[John Stafford Smith]], English composer (d. [[1836]]) 
-*[[1820]] - [[Anna Sewell]], British author (d. [[1878]]) 
*[[1844]] - [[Paul Verlaine]], French poet (d. [[1896]]) *[[1844]] - [[Paul Verlaine]], French poet (d. [[1896]])
*[[1853]] - [[Vincent van Gogh]], Dutch painter (d. [[1890]]) *[[1853]] - [[Vincent van Gogh]], Dutch painter (d. [[1890]])

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  • 1904 - Akarova (born Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, 30 March 1904; died Ixelles, 24 June 1999) was a Belgian dancer, choreographer, and artist.

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Francisco de Goya Jacques Dutronc Filippo Tommaso Marinetti Paul Verlaine Vincent van Gogh Edgar P. Jacobs Beau Brummell Bénédict Morel François Le Métel de Boisrobert Jean-Claude Brialy Koloman Moser Tom Sharpe Melanie Klein Robert Creeley James Cagney Fortunato Depero Thomas Couture Lene Lovich La vie parisienne Manifesto of the Fascist Intellectuals Warren Beatty François-Léon Benouville Erwin Panofsky Akarova Ernst Gombrich Léon Blum Karl May




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