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ⓘ July 4

July 4 is the 185th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 180 days remain until the end of the year. The Aphelion, the point in the year when the Earth is farthest from the Sun, occurs around this date.

                                     

1. Events

  • 1892 – Western Samoa changes the International Date Line, causing Monday July 4 to occur twice, resulting in a year with 367 days.
  • 1120 – Jordan II of Capua is anointed as prince after his infant nephews death.
  • 1831 – Samuel Francis Smith writes "My Country, Tis of Thee" for the Boston, Massachusetts July 4 festivities.
  • 1960 – Due to the post-Independence Day admission of Hawaii as the 50th U.S. state on August 21, 1959, the 50-star flag of the United States debuts in Philadelphia, almost ten and a half months later see Flag Acts United States).
  • 1534 – Christian III is elected King of Denmark and Norway in the town of Rye.
  • 1862 – Lewis Carroll tells Alice Liddell a story that would grow into Alices Adventures in Wonderland and its sequels.
  • 1942 – World War II: The 250-day Siege of Sevastopol in the Crimea ends when the city falls to Axis forces.
  • 2009 – The Statue of Libertys crown reopens to the public after eight years of closure due to security concerns following the September 11 attacks.
  • 1946 – The Kielce pogrom against Jewish Holocaust survivors in Poland.
  • 1054 – A supernova, called SN 1054, is seen by Chinese Song dynasty, Arab, and possibly Amerindian observers near the star Zeta Tauri. For several months it remains bright enough to be seen during the day. Its remnants form the Crab Nebula.
  • 1997 – NASAs Pathfinder space probe lands on the surface of Mars.
  • 1881 – In Alabama, the Tuskegee Institute opens.
  • 1976 – The U.S. celebrates its Bicentennial.
  • 1887 – The founder of Pakistan, Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, joins Sindh-Madrasa-tul-Islam, Karachi.
  • 1934 – Leo Szilard patents the chain-reaction design that would later be used in the atomic bomb.
  • 1918 – World War I: The Battle of Hamel, a successful attack by the Australian Corps against German positions near the town of Le Hamel on the Western Front.
  • 1863 – American Civil War: Siege of Vicksburg: Vicksburg, Mississippi surrenders to U.S. forces under Ulysses S. Grant after 47 days of siege. One hundred fifty miles up the Mississippi River, a Confederate army is repulsed at the Battle of Helena, Arkansas.
  • 1943 – World War II: In Gibraltar, a Royal Air Force B-24 Liberator bomber crashes into the sea in an apparent accident moments after takeoff, killing sixteen passengers on board, including general Wladyslaw Sikorski, the commander-in-chief of the Polish Army and the Prime Minister of the Polish government-in-exile; only the pilot survives.
  • 1913 – President Woodrow Wilson addresses American Civil War veterans at the Great Reunion of 1913.
  • 1892 – The first double-decked street car service was inaugurated in San Diego, California.
  • 1958 – U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the Rivers and Harbors Flood Control Bill.
  • 1774 – Orangetown Resolutions are adopted in the Province of New York, one of many protests against the British Parliaments Coercive Acts.
  • 1918 – Mehmed V died at the age of 73 and Ottoman sultan Mehmed VI ascends to the throne.
  • 2001 – Vladivostock Air Flight 352 crashes on approach to Irkutsk Airport killing all 145 people on board.
  • 2004 – Greece beats Portugal in the UEFA Euro 2004 Final and becomes European Champion for first time in its history.
  • 1253 – Battle of West-Capelle: John I of Avesnes defeats Guy of Dampierre.
  • 993 – Ulrich of Augsburg is canonized as a saint.
  • 1911 – A massive heat wave strikes the northeastern United States, killing 380 people in eleven days and breaking temperature records in several cities.
  • 1982 – Three Iranian diplomats and a journalist are kidnapped in Lebanon by Phalange forces, and their fate remains unknown.
  • 1947 – The "Indian Independence Bill" is presented before the British House of Commons, proposing the independence of the Provinces of British India into two sovereign countries: India and Pakistan.
  • 1802 – At West Point, New York, the United States Military Academy opens.
  • 1903 – The Philippine–American War is officially concluded.
  • 1187 – The Crusades: Battle of Hattin: Saladin defeats Guy of Lusignan, King of Jerusalem.
  • 1966 – U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Freedom of Information Act into United States law. The act went into effect the next year.
  • 1826 – Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States, dies the same day as John Adams, second president of the United States, on the fiftieth anniversary of the adoption of the United States Declaration of Independence.
  • 1863 – American Civil War: The Army of Northern Virginia withdraws from the battlefield after losing the Battle of Gettysburg, signalling an end to the Confederate invasion of U.S. territory.
  • 1939 – Lou Gehrig, recently diagnosed with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, informs a crowd at Yankee Stadium that he considers himself "The luckiest man on the face of the earth", then announces his retirement from major league baseball.
  • 1961 – On its maiden voyage, the Soviet nuclear-powered submarine K-19 suffers a complete loss of coolant to its reactor. The crew are able to effect repairs, but 22 of them die of radiation poisoning over the following two years.
  • 1778 – American Revolutionary War: U.S. forces under George Clark capture Kaskaskia during the Illinois campaign.
  • 1943 – World War II: The Battle of Kursk, the largest full-scale battle in history and the worlds largest tank battle, begins in the village of Prokhorovka.
  • 1950 – Cold War: Radio Free Europe first broadcasts.
  • 1914 – The funeral of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie takes place in Vienna, six days after their assassinations in Sarajevo.
  • 1845 – Henry David Thoreau moves into a small cabin on Walden Pond in Concord, Massachusetts. Thoreaus account of his two years there, Walden, will become a touchstone of the environmental movement.
  • 1927 – First flight of the Lockheed Vega.
  • 1744 – The Treaty of Lancaster, in which the Iroquois cede lands between the Allegheny Mountains and the Ohio River to the British colonies, was signed in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
  • 1803 – The Louisiana Purchase is announced to the U.S. people.
  • 2015 – Chile claims its first title in international soccer by defeating Argentina in the 2015 Copa America Final.
  • 1776 – American Revolution: The United States Declaration of Independence is adopted by the Second Continental Congress.
  • 1898 – En route from New York to Le Havre, the SS La Bourgogne collides with another ship and sinks off the coast of Sable Island, with the loss of 549 lives.
  • 1456 – Ottoman–Hungarian wars: The Siege of Nandorfehervar Belgrade begins.
  • 1946 – After 381 years of near-continuous colonial rule by various powers, the Philippines attains full independence from the United States.
  • 1910 – African-American boxer Jack Johnson knocks out white boxer Jim Jeffries in a heavyweight boxing match, sparking race riots across the United States.
  • 1951 – William Shockley announces the invention of the junction transistor.
  • 1610 – The Battle of Klushino is fought between forces of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and Russia during the Polish–Muscovite War.
  • 1987 – In France, former Gestapo chief Klaus Barbie a.k.a. the "Butcher of Lyon" is convicted of crimes against humanity and sentenced to life imprisonment.
  • 836 – Pactum Sicardi, a peace treaty between the Principality of Benevento and the Duchy of Naples, is signed.
  • 1837 – Grand Junction Railway, the worlds first long-distance railway, opens between Birmingham and Liverpool.
  • 2009 – The first of four days of bombings begins on the southern Philippine island group of Mindanao.
  • 1838 – The Iowa Territory is organized.
  • 1918 – Bolsheviks kill Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and his family Julian calendar date.
  • 1817 – In Rome, New York, construction on the Erie Canal begins.
  • 1855 – The first edition of Walt Whitmans book of poems, Leaves of Grass, is published In Brooklyn.
  • 414 – Emperor Theodosius II, age 13, yields power to his older sister Aelia Pulcheria, who reigned as regent and proclaimed herself empress Augusta of the Eastern Roman Empire.
  • 1941 – World War II: The Burning of the Riga synagogues: The Great Choral Synagogue in German occupied Riga is burnt with 300 Jews locked in the basement.
  • 1879 – Anglo-Zulu War: The Zululand capital of Ulundi is captured by British troops and burned to the ground, ending the war and forcing King Cetshwayo to flee.
  • 1584 – Philip Amadas and Arthur Barlowe arrive at Roanoke Island
  • 362 BC – Battle of Mantinea: The Thebans, led by Epaminondas, defeated the Spartans.
  • 1977 – The George Jackson Brigade plants a bomb at the main power substation for the Washington state capitol in Olympia, in solidarity with a prison strike at the Walla State Penitentiary Intensive Security Unit.
  • 1827 – Slavery is abolished in the State of New York.
  • 1901 – William Howard Taft becomes American governor of the Philippines.
  • 1951 – Cold War: A court in Czechoslovakia sentences American journalist William N. Oatis to ten years in prison on charges of espionage.
  • 1634 – The city of Trois-Rivieres is founded in New France now Quebec, Canada.
  • 1998 – Japan launches the Nozomi probe to Mars, joining the United States and Russia as a space exploring nation.
  • 1359 – Francesco II Ordelaffi of Forlì surrenders to the Papal commander Gil de Albornoz.
  • 1886 – The first scheduled Canadian transcontinental train arrives in Port Moody, British Columbia.
  • 1941 – Nazi crimes against the Polish nation: Nazi troops massacre Polish scientists and writers in the captured Ukrainian city of Lviv.
  • 2004 – The cornerstone of the Freedom Tower is laid on the World Trade Center site in New York City.
  • 2005 – The Deep Impact collider hits the comet Tempel 1.
  • 1976 – Israeli commandos raid Entebbe airport in Uganda, rescuing all but four of the passengers and crew of an Air France jetliner seized by Palestinian terrorists.
  • 2012 – The discovery of particles consistent with the Higgs boson at the Large Hadron Collider is announced at CERN.
  • 1994 – Rwandan genocide: Kigali, the Rwandan capital, is captured by the Rwandan Patriotic Front, ending the genocide in the city.
  • 1894 – The short-lived Republic of Hawaii is proclaimed by Sanford B. Dole.
                                     

2. Births

  • 1986 – Willem Janssen, Dutch footballer
  • 1983 – Amantle Montsho, Botswanan sprinter
  • 1911 – Bruce Hamilton, Australian public servant d. 1989
  • 1951 – Vladimir Tismaneanu, Romanian-American political scientist, sociologist, and academic
  • 1656 – John Leake, Royal Navy admiral d. 1720
  • 1958 – Vera Leth, Greenlandic Ombudsman
  • 1804 – Nathaniel Hawthorne, American novelist and short story writer d. 1864
  • 1990 – Naoki Yamada, Japanese footballer
  • 1918 – Pauline Phillips, American journalist and radio host, created Dear Abby d. 2013
  • 1905 – Irving Johnson, American sailor and author d. 1991
  • 1937 – Eric Walters, Australian journalist d. 2010
  • 1694 – Louis-Claude Daquin, French organist and composer d. 1772
  • 1967 – Sebastien Deleigne, French athlete
  • 1969 – Todd Marinovich, American football player and coach
  • 1979 – Josh McCown, American football player
  • 1973 – Keiko Ihara, Japanese race car driver
  • 1902 – George Murphy, American actor and politician d. 1992
  • 1477 – Johannes Aventinus, Bavarian historian and philologist d. 1534
  • 1925 – Dorothy Head Knode, American tennis player d. 2015
  • 1937 – Queen Sonja of Norway
  • 1895 – Irving Caesar, American songwriter and composer d. 1996
  • 1921 – Philip Rose, American actor, playwright, and producer d. 2011
  • 1965 – Harvey Grant, American basketball player and coach
  • 1967 – Vinny Castilla, Mexican baseball player and manager
  • 1922 – R. James Harvey, American politician d. 2019
  • 1719 – Michel-Jean Sedaine, French playwright d. 1797
  • 1979 – Siim Kabrits, Estonian politician
  • 1962 – Pam Shriver, American tennis player and sportscaster
  • 1826 – Stephen Foster, American songwriter and composer d. 1864
  • 1964 – Mark Slaughter, American singer-songwriter and producer
  • 1934 – Yvonne B. Miller, American academic and politician d. 2012
  • 1931 – Rick Casares, American football player and soldier d. 2013
  • 1947 – Lembit Ulfsak, Estonian actor and director d. 2017
  • 1960 – Roland Ratzenberger, Austrian race car driver d. 1994
  • 1887 – Pio Pion, Italian engineer and businessman d. 1965
  • 1973 – Gackt, Japanese musician, singer, songwriter, record producer and actor
  • 1954 – Morganna, American model, actress, and dancer
  • 1945 – Andre Spitzer, Romanian-Israeli fencer and coach d. 1972
  • 1992 – Angel Romero, Paraguayan footballer
  • 1983 – Mattia Serafini, Italian footballer
  • 1963 – Sonia Pierre, Hatian-Dominican human rights activist d. 2011
  • 1932 – Aurele Vandendriessche, Belgian runner
  • 1921 – Nasser Sharifi, Iranian sports shooter
  • 1330 – Ashikaga Yoshiakira, Japanese shōgun d. 1367
  • 1941 – Sam Farr, American politician
  • 1982 – Vladimir Gusev, Russian cyclist
  • 1974 – Jill Craybas, American tennis player
  • 1905 – Lionel Trilling, American critic, essayist, short story writer, and educator d. 1975
  • 1807 – Giuseppe Garibaldi, Italian general and politician d. 1882
  • 1964 – Elie Saab, Lebanese fashion designer
  • 1983 – Miguel Pinto, Chilean footballer
  • 1966 – Minas Hantzidis, German-Greek footballer
  • 1898 – Gulzarilal Nanda, Indian politician d. 1998
  • 1816 – Hiram Walker, American businessman, founded Canadian Club whisky d. 1899
  • 1928 – Giampiero Boniperti, Italian footballer and politician
  • 1961 – Richard Garriott, English-American video game designer, created the Ultima series
  • 1954 – Devendra Kumar Joshi, 21st Chief of Naval Staff of the Indian Navy
  • 1854 – Victor Babeș, Romanian physician and biologist d. 1926
  • 1987 – Guram Kashia, Georgian footballer
  • 1966 – Lee Reherman, American actor d. 2016
  • 1896 – Mao Dun, Chinese journalist, author, and critic d. 1981
  • 1941 – Pavel Sedlacek, Czech singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1988 – Angelique Boyer, French-Mexican actress
  • 1950 – David Jensen, Canadian-English radio and television host
  • 1918 – Eric Bedser, English cricketer d. 2006
  • 1923 – Rudolf Friedrich, Swiss lawyer and politician d. 2013
  • 1921 – Tibor Varga, Hungarian violinist and conductor d. 2003
  • 1981 – Christoph PreuS, German footballer
  • 1987 – Wude Ayalew, Ethiopian runner
  • 1898 – Gertrude Weaver, American supercentenarian d. 2015
  • 1918 – Johnnie Parsons, American race car driver d. 1984
  • 1964 – Cle Kooiman, American soccer player and manager
  • 1910 – Robert K. Merton, American sociologist and scholar d. 2003
  • 1959 – Victoria Abril, Spanish actress and singer
  • 1907 – Howard Taubman, American author and critic d. 1996
  • 1888 – Henry Armetta, Italian-American actor and singer d. 1945
  • 1978 – Marcos Daniel, Brazilian tennis player
  • 1952 – John Waite, English singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1914 – Nuccio Bertone, Italian automobile designer d. 1997
  • 1981 – Dede, Angolan footballer
  • 1943 – Adam Hart-Davis, English historian, author, and photographer
  • 1952 – Alvaro Uribe, Colombian lawyer and politician, 39th President of Colombia
  • 1715 – Christian Furchtegott Gellert, German poet and academic d. 1769
  • 1982 – Michael "The Situation" Sorrentino, American model, author and television personality
  • 1902 – Meyer Lansky, American gangster d. 1983
  • 1920 – Norm Drucker, American basketball player and referee d. 2015
  • 1847 – James Anthony Bailey, American circus ringmaster, co-founded Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus d. 1906
  • 1924 – Eva Marie Saint, American actress
  • 1979 – Renny Vega, Venezuelan footballer
  • 1972 – Stephen Giles, Canadian canoe racer and engineer
  • 1898 – Pilar Barbosa, Puerto Rican-American historian and activist d. 1997
  • 1905 – Robert Hankey, 2nd Baron Hankey, British diplomat and public servant d. 1996
  • 1799 – Oscar I of Sweden d. 1859
  • 1931 – Stephen Boyd, Northern Ireland-born American actor d. 1977
  • 1916 – Iva Toguri DAquino, American typist and broadcaster d. 2006
  • 1881 – Ulysses S. Grant III, American general d. 1968
  • 1973 – Michael Johnson, English-Jamaican footballer and manager
  • 1992 – Oscar Romero, Paraguayan footballer
  • 1951 – Ralph Johnson, American R&B drummer and percussionist
  • 1942 – Stefan Meller, French-Polish academic and politician, Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs d. 2008
  • 1981 – Will Smith, American football player d. 2016
  • 1938 – Steven Rose, English biologist and academic
  • 1842 – Hermann Cohen, German philosopher d. 1918
  • 1955 – Kevin Nichols, Australian cyclist
  • 1954 – Jim Beattie, American baseball player, coach, and manager
  • 1931 – Peter Richardson, English cricketer d. 2017
  • 1940 – Pat Stapleton, Canadian ice hockey player
  • 1928 – Jassem Alwan, Syrian Army Officer d. 2018
  • 1928 – Teofisto Guingona Jr., Filipino politician; 11th Vice President of the Philippines
  • 1921 – Metropolitan Mikhail of Asyut d. 2014
  • 1900 – Nellie Mae Rowe, African-American folk artist d. 1982
  • 1918 – King Taufaahau Tupou IV of Tonga, d. 2006
  • 1928 – Chuck Tanner, American baseball player and manager d. 2011
  • 1900 – Belinda Dann, Indigenous Australian who was one of the Stolen Generation, reunited with family aged 107 d. 2007
  • 1965 – Gerard Watkins, English actor and playwright
  • 1909 – Alec Templeton, Welsh composer, pianist and satirist d. 1963
  • 1903 – Flor Peeters, Belgian organist, composer, and educator d. 1986
  • 1969 – Al Golden, American football player and coach
  • 1943 – Alan Wilson, American singer-songwriter and guitarist d. 1970
  • 1963 – Jose Oquendo, Puerto Rican-American baseball player and coach
  • 1984 – Miguel Santos Soares, Timorese footballer
  • 1095 – Usama ibn Munqidh, Muslim poet, author and faris Knight d. 1188
  • 1929 – Al Davis, American football player, coach, and manager d. 2011
  • 1906 – Vincent Schaefer, American chemist and meteorologist d. 1993
  • 1986 – Nguyen Ngoc Duy, Vietnamese footballer
  • 1946 – Ron Kovic, American author and activist
  • 1938 – Bill Withers, American singer-songwriter and producer
  • 1880 – Victor Kraft, Austrian philosopher from the Vienna Circle d. 1975
  • 1845 – Thomas John Barnardo, Irish philanthropist and humanitarian d. 1905
  • 1964 – Edi Rama, Albanian politician
  • 1729 – George Leonard, American lawyer, jurist and politician d. 1819
  • 1948 – Tommy Korberg, Swedish singer and actor
  • 1941 – Brian Willson, American soldier, lawyer, and activist
  • 1950 – Philip Craven, English basketball player and swimmer
  • 1931 – Sebastien Japrisot, French author, director, and screenwriter d. 2003
  • 1941 – Tomaz Salamun, Croatian-Slovenian poet and academic d. 2014
  • 1990 – Richard Mpong, Ghanaian footballer
  • 1980 – Kwame Steede, Bermudan footballer
  • 1984 – Jin Akanishi, Japanese singer-songwriter
  • 1986 – Marte Elden, Norwegian skier
  • 1985 – Kane Tenace, Australian footballer
  • 1942 – Floyd Little, American football player and coach
  • 1943 – Emerson Boozer, American football player and sportscaster
  • 1897 – Alluri Sitarama Raju, Indian activist d. 1924
  • 1935 – Paul Scoon, Grenadian politician, 2nd Governor-General of Grenada d. 2013
  • 1982 – Jeff Lima, New Zealand rugby league player
  • 1921 – Gerard Debreu, French economist and mathematician, Nobel Prize laureate d. 2004
  • 1928 – Shan Ratnam, Sri Lankan physician and academic d. 2001
  • 1920 – Fritz Wilde, German footballer and manager d. 1977
  • 1904 – Angela Baddeley, English actress d. 1976
  • 1965 – Kiriakos Karataidis, Greek footballer and manager
  • 1964 – Mark Whiting, American actor, director, and screenwriter
  • 1981 – Brock Berlin, American football player
  • 1927 – Neil Simon, American playwright and screenwriter d. 2018
  • 1951 – Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, American lawyer and politician, 6th Lieutenant Governor of Maryland
  • 1956 – Robert Sinclair MacKay, British academic and educator
  • 1952 – Paul Rogat Loeb, American author and activist
  • 1968 – Ronni Ancona, Scottish actress and screenwriter
  • 1990 – Jake Gardiner, American ice hockey player
  • 1958 – Kirk Pengilly, Australian guitarist, saxophonist, and songwriter
  • 1972 – Mike Knuble, Canadian-American ice hockey player and coach
  • 1937 – Thomas Nagel, American philosopher and academic
  • 1951 – John Alexander, Australian tennis player and politician
  • 1918 – Eppie Lederer, American journalist and radio host d. 2002
  • 1920 – Leona Helmsley, American businesswoman d. 2007
  • 1974 – Adrian Griffin, American basketball player and coach
  • 1943 – Conny Bauer, German trombonist
  • 1942 – Hal Lanier, American baseball player, coach, and manager
  • 1976 – Yevgeniya Medvedeva, Russian skier
  • 1983 – Melanie Fiona, Canadian singer-songwriter
  • 1936 – Zdzislawa Donat, Polish soprano and actress
  • 1871 – Hubert Cecil Booth, English engineer d.1955
  • 1953 – Francis Maude, English lawyer and politician, Minister for the Cabinet Office
  • 1948 – Rene Arnoux, French race car driver
  • 1874 – John McPhee, Australian journalist and politician, 27th Premier of Tasmania d. 1952
  • 1976 – Daijiro Kato, Japanese motorcycle racer d. 2003
  • 1969 – Wilfred Mugeyi, Zimbabwean footballer and coach
  • 1915 – Timmie Rogers, American actor and singer-songwriter d. 2006
  • 1983 – Amol Rajan, Indian-English journalist
  • 1952 – Carol MacReady, English actress
  • 1926 – Alfredo Di Stefano, Argentinian-Spanish footballer and coach d. 2014
  • 1963 – Laureano Marquez, Spanish-Venezuelan political scientist and journalist
  • 1986 – Terrance Knighton, American football player
  • 2003 – Polina Bogusevich, Russian singer
  • 1985 – Wason Renteria, Colombian footballer
  • 1546 – Murad III, Ottoman sultan d. 1595
  • 1963 – Henri Leconte, French tennis player and sportscaster
  • 1883 – Rube Goldberg, American sculptor, cartoonist, and engineer d. 1970
  • 1986 – Omer Asık, Turkish basketball player
  • 1925 – Ciril Zlobec, Slovene poet, writer, translator, journalist and politician d. 2018
  • 1898 – Gertrude Lawrence, British actress, singer, and dancer d. 1952
  • 1986 – Rafael Arevalo, Salvadoran tennis player
  • 1973 – Anjelika Krylova, Russian ice dancer and coach
  • 1989 – Benjamin Buchel, Liechtenstein footballer
  • 1999 – Moa Kikuchi, Japanese musician
  • 1926 – Lake Underwood, American race car driver and businessman d. 2008
  • 1985 – Dimitrios Mavroeidis, Greek basketball player
  • 1965 – Horace Grant, American basketball player and coach
  • 1973 – Jan Magnussen, Danish race car driver
  • 1753 – Jean-Pierre Blanchard, French inventor, best known as a pioneer in balloon flight d. 1809
  • 1872 – Calvin Coolidge, American lawyer and politician, 30th President of the United States d. 1933
  • 1930 – George Steinbrenner, American businessman d. 2010
  • 1981 – Francisco Cruceta, Dominican baseball player
  • 1929 – Ron Casey, Australian journalist and sportscaster
  • 1937 – Richard Rhodes, American journalist and historian
  • 1934 – Colin Welland, English actor and screenwriter d. 2015
  • 1943 – Geraldo Rivera, American lawyer, journalist, and author
  • 1957 – Rein Lang, Estonian politician and diplomat, 25th Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • 1942 – Prince Michael of Kent
  • 1911 – Mitch Miller, American singer and producer d. 2010
  • 1973 – Tony Popovic, Australian footballer and manager
  • 1920 – Paul Bannai, American politician d. 2019
  • 1990 – Ihar Yasinski, Belarusian footballer
  • AD 68 – Salonina Matidia, Roman daughter of Ulpia Marciana d. 119
  • 1993 – Tom Barkhuizen, English footballer
  • 1974 – LaRoi Glover, American football player and sportscaster
  • 1978 – Emile Mpenza, Belgian footballer
  • 1924 – Delia Fiallo, Cuban author and screenwriter
  • 1868 – Henrietta Swan Leavitt, American astronomer and academic d. 1921
  • 1958 – Carl Valentine, English-Canadian footballer, coach, and manager
  • 1918 – Alec Bedser, English cricketer d. 2010
  • 1942 – Peter Rowan, American singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1982 – Vladimir Boisa, Georgian basketball player
  • 1907 – John Anderson, American discus thrower d. 1948
  • 1927 – Gina Lollobrigida, Italian actress and photographer
  • 1948 – Jeremy Spencer, English singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1910 – Gloria Stuart, American actress d. 2010
  • 1946 – Michael Milken, American businessman and philanthropist
  • 1929 – Bill Tuttle, American baseball player d. 1998
  • 1995 – Post Malone, American singer, rapper, songwriter and record producer
  • 1790 – George Everest, Welsh geographer and surveyor d. 1866
                                     

3. Deaths

  • 2012 – Jimmy Bivins, American boxer b. 1919
  • 1891 – Hannibal Hamlin, American lawyer and politician, 15th Vice President of the United States b. 1809
  • 1963 – Clyde Kennard, American activist and martyr b. 1927
  • 1857 – William L. Marcy, American lawyer, judge, and politician, 21st United States Secretary of State b. 1786
  • 2009 – Brenda Joyce, American actress b. 1917
  • 1994 – Joey Marella, American wrestling referee b. 1964
  • 1938 – Otto Bauer, Austrian philosopher and politician, Austrian Minister of Foreign Affairs b. 1881
  • 1551 – Gregory Cromwell, 1st Baron Cromwell, English politician b. 1514
  • 907 – Dietmar I, archbishop of Salzburg
  • 1910 – Giovanni Schiaparelli, Italian astronomer and historian b. 1835
  • 1992 – Astor Piazzolla, Argentinian bandoneon player and composer b. 1921
  • 1970 – Barnett Newman, American painter and illustrator b. 1905
  • 1986 – Oscar Zariski, Belarusian-American mathematician and academic b. 1899
  • 2013 – Jack Crompton, English footballer and manager b. 1921
  • 2017 – John Blackwell, American R&B, funk, and jazz drummer b. 1973
  • 1541 – Pedro de Alvarado, Spanish general and explorer b. 1495
  • 1821 – Richard Cosway, English painter and academic b. 1742
  • 2005 – Hank Stram, American football player and coach b. 1923
  • 943 – Taejo of Goryeo, Korean king b. 877
  • 2002 – Gerald Bales, Canadian organist and composer b. 1919
  • 1546 – Hayreddin Barbarossa, Ottoman admiral b. 1478
  • 1974 – Georgette Heyer, English author b. 1902
  • 2008 – Charles Wheeler, German-English soldier and journalist b. 1923
  • 1826 – John Adams, American lawyer and politician, 2nd President of the United States b. 1735
  • 1990 – Olive Ann Burns, American journalist and author b. 1924
  • 2014 – Richard Mellon Scaife, American businessman b. 1932
  • 2009 – Jean-Baptiste Tati Loutard, Congolese poet and politician b. 1938
  • 2012 – Eric Sykes, English actor, director, and screenwriter b. 1923
  • 1977 – Gersh Budker, Ukrainian physicist and academic b. 1918
  • 1910 – Melville Fuller, American lawyer and jurist, Chief Justice of the United States b. 1833
  • 1742 – Luigi Guido Grandi, Italian monk, mathematician, and engineer b. 1671
  • 1826 – Thomas Jefferson, American architect, lawyer, and politician, 3rd President of the United States b. 1743
  • 2013 – Charles A. Hines, American general b. 1935
  • 1934 – Marie Curie, French-Polish physicist and chemist, Nobel Prize laureate b. 1867
  • 1187 – Raynald of Chatillon, French knight b. 1125
  • 2016 – Abbas Kiarostami, Iranian film director, screenwriter, poet, and photographer b. 1940
  • 1964 – Gaby Morlay, French actress and singer b. 1893
  • 940 – Wang Jianli, Chinese general b. 871
  • 1995 – Bob Ross, American painter and television host b. 1942
  • 975 – Gwangjong of Goryeo, Korean king b. 925
  • 1882 – Joseph Brackett, American composer and author b. 1797
  • 2004 – Jean-Marie Auberson, Swiss violinist and conductor b. 1920
  • 945 – Zhuo Yanming, Chinese Buddhist monk and emperor
  • 907 – Luitpold, margrave of Bavaria
  • 2003 – Barry White, American singer-songwriter, pianist, and producer b. 1944
  • 2009 – Steve McNair, American football player b. 1973
  • 2003 – Larry Burkett, American author and radio host b. 1939
  • 1999 – Leo Garel, American illustrator and educator b. 1917
  • 1979 – Lee Wai Tong, Chinese footballer and manager b. 1905
  • 2017 – Daniil Granin, Soviet and Russian author b. 1919
  • 2018 – Robby Muller, Dutch cinematographer b. 1940
  • 1984 – Jimmie Spheeris, American singer-songwriter b. 1949
  • 2008 – Thomas M. Disch, American author and poet b. 1940
  • 2014 – Earl Robinson, American baseball player b. 1936
  • 2008 – Terrence Kiel, American football player b. 1980
  • 1974 – Andre Randall, French actor b. 1892
  • 1881 – Johan Vilhelm Snellman, Finnish philosopher and politician b. 1806
  • 2008 – Jesse Helms, American politician b. 1921
  • 1963 – Pingali Venkayya, Indian activist, designed the Flag of India b. 1876
  • 2009 – Allen Klein, American businessman and talent agent, founded ABKCO Records b. 1931
  • 2009 – Drake Levin, American guitarist b. 1946
  • 1831 – James Monroe, American soldier, lawyer, and politician, 5th President of the United States b. 1758
  • 1886 – Poundmaker, Canadian tribal chief b. 1797
  • 1976 – Antoni Slonimski, Polish poet and playwright b. 1895
  • 1986 – Paul-Gilbert Langevin, French musicologist, critique musical and physicist b. 1933
  • 1336 – Saint Elizabeth of Portugal b. 1271
  • 2014 – Giorgio Faletti, Italian author, screenwriter, and actor b. 1950
  • 1848 – François-Rene de Chateaubriand, French historian and politician b. 1768
  • 1980 – Maurice Grevisse, Belgian linguist and author b. 1895
  • 1533 – John Frith, English priest, writer, and martyr b. 1503
  • 1997 – Charles Kuralt, American journalist b. 1934
  • 1644 – Brian Twyne, English academic, antiquarian and archivist b. 1581
  • 1949 – François Brandt, Dutch rower and engineer b. 1874
  • 2015 – Nedelcho Beronov, Bulgarian judge and politician b. 1928
  • 1754 – Philippe Nericault Destouches, French playwright and author b. 1680
  • 965 – Benedict V, pope of the Catholic Church
  • 1969 – Henri Decoin, French director and screenwriter b. 1890
  • 1603 – Philippe de Monte, Flemish composer and educator b. 1521
  • 1988 – Adrian Adonis, American wrestler b. 1954
  • 2007 – Bill Pinkney, American singer b. 1925
  • 2000 – Gustaw Herling-Grudzinski, Polish journalist and author b. 1919
  • 2013 – Bernie Nolan, Irish singer b. 1960
  • 1780 – Prince Charles Alexander of Lorraine b. 1712
  • 2012 – Hiren Bhattacharyya, Indian poet and author b. 1932
  • 1948 – Monteiro Lobato, Brazilian journalist and author b. 1882
  • 2012 – Jeong Min-hyeong, South Korean footballer b. 1987
  • 2008 – Evelyn Keyes, American actress b. 1916
  • 1997 – John Zachary Young, English zoologist and neurophysiologist b. 1907
  • 2002 – Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., American general b. 1912
  • 2015 – William Conrad Gibbons, American historian, author, and academic b. 1926
  • 1761 – Samuel Richardson, English author and painter b. 1689
  • 1902 – Vivekananda, Indian monk and saint b. 1863
  • 1946 – Taffy OCallaghan, Welsh footballer and coach b. 1906
  • 1905 – Elisee Reclus, French geographer and author b. 1830
  • 1648 – Antoine Daniel, French missionary and saint b. 1601
  • 2003 – Andre Claveau, French singer b. 1915
  • 1941 – Antoni Lomnicki, Polish mathematician and academic b. 1881
  • 2013 – Onllwyn Brace, Welsh rugby player and sportscaster b. 1932
  • 1901 – Johannes Schmidt, German linguist and academic b. 1843
  • 1943 – Wladyslaw Sikorski, Polish general and politician, 9th Prime Minister of the Second Republic of Poland b. 1881
  • 1991 – Art Sansom, American cartoonist b. 1920
  • 1986 – Flor Peeters, Belgian organist and composer b. 1903
  • 2014 – C. J. Henderson, American author and critic b. 1951
  • 1429 – Carlo I Tocco, ruler of Epirus b. 1372
  • 973 – Ulrich of Augsburg, German bishop and saint b. 890
  • 1916 – Alan Seeger, American soldier and poet b. 1888
  • 1995 – Eva Gabor, Hungarian-American actress and singer b. 1919
  • 1926 – Pier Giorgio Frassati, Italian activist and saint b. 1901
  • 1623 – William Byrd, English composer b. c. 1540
  • 1970 – Harold Stirling Vanderbilt, American sailor and businessman b. 1884
  • 1991 – Victor Chang, Chinese-Australian surgeon and physician b. 1936
  • 1971 – Thomas C. Hart, American admiral and politician b. 1877
  • 1976 – Yonatan Netanyahu, Israeli colonel b. 1946
  • 673 – Ecgberht, king of Kent
  • 2018 – Henri Dirickx, Belgian footballer b. 1927
  • 1787 – Charles, Prince of Soubise, Marshal of France b. 1715
  • 2009 – Lasse Stromstedt, Swedish author and actor b. 1935
  • 1922 – Lothar von Richthofen, German lieutenant and pilot b. 1894
  • 1971 – August Derleth, American anthologist and author b. 1909
  • 2005 – Cliff Goupille, Canadian ice hockey player b. 1915
  • 1938 – Suzanne Lenglen, French tennis player b. 1899
  • 910 – Luo Shaowei, Chinese warlord b. 877
  • 1993 – Bona Arsenault, Canadian historian, genealogist, and politician b. 1903
  • 1854 – Karl Friedrich Eichhorn, German academic and jurist b. 1781
  • 2010 – Robert Neil Butler, American physician and author b. 1927
  • 2013 – James Fulton, American dermatologist and academic b. 1940
  • 1307 – Rudolf I of Bohemia b. 1281
  • 1963 – Bernard Freyberg, 1st Baron Freyberg, New Zealand general and politician, 7th Governor-General of New Zealand b. 1889
  • 1850 – William Kirby, English entomologist and author b. 1759


                                     

4. Holidays and observances

  • Christian feast day
  • Oda of Canterbury
  • Ulrich of Augsburg
  • Bertha of Artois
  • July 4 Eastern Orthodox liturgics
  • Elizabeth of Aragon or of Portugal
  • Blessed Catherine Jarrige
  • Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati
  • Andrew of Crete
  • Liberation Day Rwanda
  • Independence Day, celebrates the Declaration of Independence of the United States from Great Britain in 1776. United States and its dependencies
  • The first evening of Dree Festival, celebrated until July 7
  • Birthday of Queen Sonja Norway
  • Liberation Day Northern Mariana Islands
  • Republic Day Philippines
                                     
  • of July usually refers to Independence Day in the United States. Fourth of July or 4 th of July may also refer to: July 4 the date Fourth of July tomato
  • Rigdon s July 4 th oration was a speech delivered by Mormon leader Sidney Rigdon during a 4 th of July celebration in Far West, Missouri in 1838. Rigdon
  • Fourth of July or July 4 th is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the Declaration of Independence of the United States, on July 4 1776
  • 4 th of July Fireworks is the second single from Kelis fifth studio album, Flesh Tone. It samples You re My Heart Pilotpriest Remix by Lioness
  • Vietnam War veteran who became an anti - war activist. Kovic was born on July 4 1946, and his book s ironic title echoed a famous line from George M. Cohan s
  • August Barbados Honor America Days: 14 June to 4 July United States In Catholic tradition, July is the Month of the Most Precious Blood of Jesus.
  • 4 th of July Asbury Park Sandy often known just as Sandy is a 1973 song by Bruce Springsteen, originally appearing as the second song on his album
  • The 7 4 South and North Korea Joint Statement, also known as the July 4 th North - South Joint Communique, was signed on July 4 1972, by the Republic of
  • becoming the last major nation actively involved in the July Crisis to formally enter the conflict on 4 August. By early August, the ostensible reason for
  • firefighters muster at Independence Park. The celebration climaxes on July 4 with the oldest annual parade in the United States, The Military, Civic
  • the Fourth of July is an English poem written by Indian monk and social reformer Swami Vivekananda. Vivekananda wrote the poem on 4 July 1898 on the anniversary
                                     
  • July 4 is a 2007 Malayalam film directed by Joshi, starring Dileep and Roma in the lead roles. The story begins in a jail. Ramachandran Siddique a very
  • around the Talley family of Lebanon, Missouri. The other plays, both set on July 4 1944, are Talley s Folly, a one - act dialogue between Sally Talley and her
  • Live in Buffalo: July 4 th, 2004 is a live album by the American rock band Goo Goo Dolls. It includes a CD and a DVD, showing their concert in Buffalo
  • The French Revolution of 1830, also known as the July Revolution revolution de Juillet Second French Revolution or Trois Glorieuses in French Three
  • July 3 is the 184th day of the year 185th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 181 days remain until the end of the year. 324 Battle of Adrianople:
  • July 9 is the 190th day of the year 191st in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 175 days remain until the end of the year. 455 The military commander
  • July 6 is the 187th day of the year 188th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 178 days remain until the end of the year. 0371 BC The Battle of
  • Retrieved July 1, 2012. July 4 1975 Senate Resolution 287 stillisstillmoving. Retrieved May 29, 2012. Jasinski, Laura E. Willie Nelson s Fourth of July Picnic
  • July 19 is the 200th day of the year 201st in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 165 days remain until the end of the year. AD 64 The Great Fire
  • July 24 is the 205th day of the year 206th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 160 days remain until the end of the year. 1132 Battle of Nocera
  • July 8 is the 189th day of the year 190th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 176 days remain until the end of the year. 1099 Some 15, 000 starving


                                     
  • wording of the formal Declaration of Independence is not published until July 4 1816 The French frigate Meduse struck the Bank of Arguin and 151 people
  • July 21 is the 202nd day of the year 203rd in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 163 days remain until the end of the year. 356 BC The Temple of
  • July 25 is the 206th day of the year 207th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 159 days remain until the end of the year. 306 Constantine I is
  • July 20 is the 201st day of the year 202nd in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 164 days remain until the end of the year. AD 70 Siege of Jerusalem:
  • July 16 is the 197th day of the year 198th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 168 days remain until the end of the year. 622 The beginning of
  • July 10 is the 191st day of the year 192nd in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 174 days remain until the end of the year. 138 Emperor Hadrian
  • July 14 is the 195th day of the year 196th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 170 days remain until the end of the year. 756 An Lushan Rebellion:
  • July 17 is the 198th day of the year 199th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 167 days remain until the end of the year. 180 Twelve inhabitants

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