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ⓘ August 5

  • 1971 – The first Pacific Islands Forum then known as the "South Pacific Forum" is held in Wellington, New Zealand, with the aim of enhancing cooperation between the independent countries of the Pacific Ocean.
  • 1689 – Beaver Wars: Fifteen hundred Iroquois attack Lachine in New France.
  • 1305 – William Wallace, who led the Scottish resistance against England, is captured by the English near Glasgow and transported to London where he is put on trial and executed.
  • 1861 – American Civil War: In order to help pay for the war effort, the United States government levies the first income tax as part of the Revenue Act of 1861 3% of all incomes over US$800; rescinded in 1872.
  • 1914 – World War I: The guns of Point Nepean fort at Port Phillip Heads in Victoria Australia fire across the bows of the Norddeutscher Lloyd steamer SS Pfalz which is attempting to leave the Port of Melbourne in ignorance of the declaration of war and she is detained; this is said to be the first Allied shot of the War.
  • 1960 – Burkina Faso, then known as Upper Volta, becomes independent from France.
  • 1965 – The Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 begins as Pakistani soldiers cross the Line of Control dressed as locals.
  • 1981 – President Ronald Reagan fires 11.359 striking air-traffic controllers who ignored his order for them to return to work.
  • 1962 – American actress Marilyn Monroe is found dead at her home from a drug overdose.
  • 1940 – World War II: The Soviet Union formally annexes Latvia.
  • 1974 – Vietnam War: The U.S. Congress places a $1 billion limit on military aid to South Vietnam.
  • 1763 – Pontiacs War: Battle of Bushy Run: British forces led by Henry Bouquet defeat Chief Pontiacs Indians at Bushy Run.
  • 1984 – A Biman Bangladesh Airlines Fokker F27 Friendship crashes on approach to Zia International Airport, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, killing all 49 people on board.
  • 1861 – The United States Army abolishes flogging.
  • 1925 – Plaid Cymru is formed with the aim of disseminating knowledge of the Welsh language that is at the time in danger of dying out.
  • 1888 – Bertha Benz drives from Mannheim to Pforzheim and back in the first long distance automobile trip, commemorated as the Bertha Benz Memorial Route since 2008.
  • 1716 – Austro-Turkish War 1716–1718: One-fifth of a Turkish army and the Grand Vizier are killed in the Battle of Petrovaradin.
  • 1824 – Greek War of Independence: Constantine Kanaris leads a Greek fleet to victory against Ottoman and Egyptian naval forces in the Battle of Samos.
  • 1816 – The British Admiralty dismisses Francis Ronaldss new invention of the first working electric telegraph as "wholly unnecessary", preferring to continue using the semaphore.
  • 2012 – The Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting took place in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, killing six victims; the perpetrator committed suicide after being wounded by police.
  • 1944 – World War II: Polish insurgents liberate a German labor camp Gesiowka in Warsaw, freeing 348 Jewish prisoners.
  • 1957 – American Bandstand, a show dedicated to the teenage "baby-boomers" by playing the songs and showing popular dances of the time, debuts on the ABC television network.
  • 1874 – Japan launches its postal savings system, modeled after a similar system in the United Kingdom.
  • 939 – The Battle of Alhandic is fought between Ramiro II of Leon and Abd-ar-Rahman III at Zamora in the context of the Spanish Reconquista. The battle resulted in a victory for the Emirate of Cordoba.
  • 2015 – The Environmental Protection Agency at Gold King Mine waste water spill releases three million gallons of heavy metal toxin tailings and waste water into the Animas River in Colorado.
  • 2010 – The Copiapo mining accident occurs, trapping 33 Chilean miners approximately 2.300 ft 700 m below the ground for 69 days.
  • 1278 – Spanish Reconquista: the forces of the Kingdom of Castile initiate the ultimately futile Siege of Algeciras against the Emirate of Granada.
  • AD 25 – Guangwu claims the throne as Chinese emperor, restoring the Han dynasty after the collapse of the short-lived Xin dynasty.
  • 1964 – Vietnam War: Operation Pierce Arrow: American aircraft from carriers USS Ticonderoga and USS Constellation bomb North Vietnam in retaliation for strikes against U.S. destroyers in the Gulf of Tonkin.
  • 1884 – The cornerstone for the Statue of Liberty is laid on Bedloes Island now Liberty Island in New York Harbor.
  • 2010 – Ten members of International Assistance Mission Nuristan Eye Camp team are killed by persons unknown in Kuran wa Munjan District of Badakhshan Province, Afghanistan.
  • 1901 – Peter OConnor sets the first IAAF recognised long jump world record of 24 ft 11.75 in 7.6137 m, a record that would stand for 20 years.
  • 1962 – Apartheid: Nelson Mandela is jailed. He would not be released until 1990.
  • 1989 – General elections are held in Nicaragua with the Sandinista National Liberation Front winning a majority.
  • 1926 – Harry Houdini performs his greatest feat, spending 91 minutes underwater in a sealed tank before escaping.
  • 1620 – The Mayflower departs from Southampton, England, carrying would-be settlers, on its first attempt to reach North America; it is forced to dock in Dartmouth when its companion ship, the Speedwell, springs a leak.
  • 1862 – American Civil War: Battle of Baton Rouge: Along the Mississippi River near Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Confederate troops attempt to take the city, but are driven back by fire from Union gunboats.
  • 642 – Battle of Maserfield: Penda of Mercia defeats and kills Oswald of Northumbria.
  • 1388 – The Battle of Otterburn, a border skirmish between the Scottish and the English in Northern England, is fought near Otterburn.
  • 1949 – In Ecuador, an earthquake destroys 50 towns and kills more than 6.000.
  • 1100 – Henry I is crowned King of England in Westminster Abbey.
  • 1963 – Cold War: The United States, the United Kingdom, and the Soviet Union sign the Partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.
  • 135 – Roman armies enter Betar, slaughtering thousands and ending the bar Kokhba revolt.
  • 1781 – The Battle of Dogger Bank takes place.
  • 2003 – A car bomb explodes in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta outside the Marriott Hotel killing 12 and injuring 150.
  • 1506 – The Grand Duchy of Lithuania defeated the Crimean Khanate in the Battle of Kletsk.
  • 1583 – Sir Humphrey Gilbert establishes the first English colony in North America, at what is now St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • 1864 – American Civil War: The Battle of Mobile Bay begins at Mobile Bay near Mobile, Alabama, Admiral David Farragut leads a Union flotilla through Confederate defenses and seals one of the last major Southern ports.
  • 1944 – World War II: At least 1.104 Japanese POWs in Australia attempt to escape from a camp at Cowra, New South Wales; 545 temporarily succeed but are later either killed, commit suicide, or are recaptured.
  • 910 – The last major Danish army to raid England for nearly a century is defeated at the Battle of Tettenhall by the allied forces of Mercia and Wessex, led by King Edward the Elder and Æthelred, Lord of the Mercians.
  • 1906 – Persian Constitutional Revolution: Mozaffar ad-Din Shah Qajar, King of Iran, agrees to convert the government to a constitutional monarchy.
  • 1068 – Byzantine–Norman wars: Italo-Normans begin a nearly-three-year siege of Bari.
  • 1914 – In Cleveland, Ohio, the first electric traffic light is installed.
  • 1796 – The Battle of Castiglione in Napoleons first Italian campaigns of the French Revolutionary Wars.
  • 1916 – World War I: Battle of Romani: Allied forces, under the command of Archibald Murray, defeat an attacking Ottoman army under the command of Friedrich Freiherr Kress von Kressenstein, securing the Suez Canal and beginning the Ottoman retreat from the Sinai Peninsula.
  • 1944 – World War II: The Nazis begin a week-long massacre of between 40.000 and 50.000 civilians and prisoners of war in Wola, Poland.
  • 1600 – The Gowrie Conspiracy against King James VI of Scotland later to become King James I of England takes place.
  • 1973 – Mars 6 is launched from the USSR.
  • 1858 – Cyrus West Field and others complete the first transatlantic telegraph cable after several unsuccessful attempts. It will operate for less than a month.
  • 1995 – Yugoslav Wars: The city of Knin, Croatia, a significant Serb stronghold, is captured by Croatian forces during Operation Storm. The date is celebrated in Croatia as Victory Day.
  • 1979 – In Afghanistan, Maoists undertake the Bala Hissar uprising against the Leninist government.
  • 1914 – World War I: The German minelayer SS Konigin Luise lays a minefield about 40 miles 64 km off the Thames Estuary Lowestoft. She is intercepted and sunk by the British light-cruiser HMS Amphion.
  • 1735 – Freedom of the press: New York Weekly Journal writer John Peter Zenger is acquitted of seditious libel against the royal governor of New York, on the basis that what he had published was true.
  • 1860 – Charles XV of Sweden of Sweden-Norway is crowned king of Norway in Trondheim.
                                     

1. Births

  • 1947 – Rick Derringer, American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer
  • 1947 – France A. Cordova, American astrophysicist and academic
  • 1995 – Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Danish footballer
  • 1930 – Damita Jo DeBlanc, American comedian, actress, and singer d. 1998
  • 1900 – Rudolf Schottlaender, German philosopher, classical philologist and translator d. 1988
  • 1946 – Shirley Ann Jackson, African-American physicist
  • 1939 – Carmen Salinas, Mexican actress and politician PRI
  • 1959 – Pete Burns, English singer-songwriter d. 2016
  • 1910 – Herminio Masantonio, Argentinian footballer d. 1956
  • 1985 – Erkan Zengin, Swedish footballer
  • 1906 – Joan Hickson, English actress d. 1998
  • 1971 – Valdis Dombrovskis, Latvian academic and politician, 11th Prime Minister of Latvia
  • 1982 – Jamie Houston, English-German rugby player
  • 1974 – Antoine Sibierski, French footballer
  • 1968 – John Olerud, American baseball player
  • 1811 – Ambroise Thomas, French composer d. 1896
  • 1929 – Don Matheson, American soldier, police officer, and actor d. 2014
  • 1947 – Bernie Carbo, American baseball player
  • 1936 – Nikolai Baturin, Estonian author and playwright
  • 1964 – Adam Yauch, American rapper and director d. 2012
  • 1946 – Rick van der Linden, Dutch keyboard player and songwriter d. 2006
  • 1989 – Mathieu Manset, French footballer
  • 1972 – Darren Shahlavi, English-American actor and martial artist d. 2015
  • 1982 – Michele Pazienza, Italian footballer
  • 1889 – Conrad Aiken, American novelist, short story writer, critic, and poet d. 1973
  • 1897 – Roberta Dodd Crawford, American soprano and educator d. 1954
  • 1977 – Mark Mulder, American baseball player and sportscaster
  • 1935 – John Saxon, American actor
  • 1912 – Abbe Pierre, French priest and humanitarian d. 2007
  • 1982 – Jeff Robson, Australian rugby league player
  • 1975 – Eicca Toppinen, Finnish cellist and composer
  • 1952 – Louis Walsh, Irish talent manager
  • 1932 – Tera de Marez Oyens, Dutch pianist and composer d. 1996
  • 1997 – Jack Cogger, Australian rugby league player
  • 1968 – Terri Clark, Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1948 – Barbara Flynn, English actress
  • 1931 – Tom Hafey, Australian footballer and coach d. 2014
  • 1966 – Jennifer Finch, American singer, bass player, and photographer
  • 1941 – Bob Clark, American director, producer, and screenwriter d. 2007
  • 1966 – Jonathan Silverman, American actor and producer
  • 1961 – Athula Samarasekera, Sri Lankan cricketer and coach
  • 79 BC – Tullia, Roman daughter of Cicero d. 45 BC
  • 1890 – Erich Kleiber, Austrian conductor and director d. 1956
  • 1998 – Kanon Suzuki, Japanese singer and actress Morning Musume
  • 1969 – Jackie Doyle-Price, English politician
  • 1969 – Vasbert Drakes, Barbadian cricketer
  • 1947 – Angry Anderson, Australian singer & actor
  • 1965 – Jeff Coffin, American saxophonist and composer
  • 1957 – David Gill, English businessman
  • 1985 – Laurent Ciman, Belgian footballer
  • 1984 – Helene Fischer, German singer-songwriter
  • 1976 – Marians Pahars, Latvian footballer and manager
  • 1850 – Guy de Maupassant, French short story writer, novelist, and poet d. 1893
  • 1876 – Mary Ritter Beard, American historian and activist d. 1958
  • 1908 – Jose Garcia Villa, Filipino short story writer and poet d. 1997
  • 1963 – Ingmar De Vos, Belgian sports administrator
  • 1977 – Eric Hinske, American baseball player and coach
  • 1943 – Nelson Briles, American baseball player and sportscaster d. 2005
  • 1948 – Shin Takamatsu, Japanese architect and academic
  • 1975 – Josep Jufre, Spanish cyclist
  • 1982 – Lolo Jones, American hurdler
  • 1961 – Tim Wilson, American comedian, singer-songwriter, and guitarist d. 2014
  • 1968 – Kendo Kashin, Japanese wrestler and mixed martial artist
  • 1945 – Loni Anderson, American actress
  • 1813 – Ivar Aasen, Norwegian poet and linguist d. 1896
  • 1862 – Joseph Merrick, English man with severe deformities d. 1890
  • 1957 – Faith Prince, American actress and singer
  • 1843 – James Scott Skinner, Scottish violinist and composer d. 1927
  • 1914 – Parley Baer, American actor d. 2002
  • 1937 – Herb Brooks, American ice hockey player and coach d. 2003
  • 1985 – Salomon Kalou, Ivorian footballer
  • 1976 – Eugen Trica, Romanian footballer and manager
  • 1906 – Wassily Leontief, German-American economist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate d. 1999
  • 1980 – Salvador Cabañas, Paraguayan footballer
  • 1874 – Horace Rawlins, English golfer d. 1935
  • 1973 – Justin Marshall, New Zealand rugby player and sportscaster
  • 1950 – Mahendra Karma, Indian lawyer and politician d. 2013
  • 1952 – Tamas Farago, Hungarian water polo player
  • 1959 – Pat Smear, American guitarist and songwriter
  • 1986 – Paula Creamer, American golfer
  • 1920 – George Tooker, American painter and academic d. 2011
  • 1890 – Naum Gabo, Russian-American sculptor d. 1977
  • 1980 – Wayne Bridge, English footballer
  • 1922 – L. Tom Perry, American businessman and religious leader d. 2015
  • 1815 – Edward John Eyre, English explorer and politician, Governor of Jamaica d. 1901
  • 1956 – Christopher Chessun, English Anglican bishop
  • 1986 – Kathrin Zettel, Austrian skier
  • 1937 – Brian G. Marsden, English-American astronomer and academic d. 2010
  • 1939 – Roger Clark, English race car driver d. 1998
  • 1921 – Terry Becker, American actor, director, and producer d. 2014
  • 1934 – Gay Byrne, Irish radio and television host
  • 1972 – Jon Sleightholme, English rugby player
  • 1987 – Genelia DSouza, Indian actress
  • 1944 – Christopher Gunning, English composer
  • 1968 – Colin McRae, Scottish race car driver d. 2007
  • 1991 – Esteban Gutierrez, Mexican race car driver
  • 1681 – Vitus Bering, Danish explorer d. 1741
  • 1957 – Larry Corowa, Australian rugby league player
  • 1897 – Aksel Larsen, Danish lawyer and politician d. 1972
  • 1991 – Konrad Hurrell, Tongan rugby league player
  • 1908 – Harold Holt, Australian lawyer and politician, 17th Prime Minister of Australia d. 1967
  • 1934 – Wendell Berry, American novelist, short story writer, poet, and essayist
  • 1985 – Gil Vermouth, Israeli footballer
  • 1923 – Devan Nair, Malaysian-Singaporean union leader and politician, 3rd President of Singapore d. 2005
  • 1946 – Bruce Coslet, American football player and coach
  • 1262 – Ladislaus IV of Hungary d. 1290
  • 1833 – Carola of Vasa d. 1907
  • 1916 – Peter Viereck, American poet and academic d. 2006
  • 1972 – Theodore Whitmore, Jamaican footballer and manager
  • 1991 – Andreas Weimann, Austrian footballer
  • 1972 – Ikuto Hidaka, Japanese wrestler
  • 1982 – Pete Sell, American mixed martial artist
  • 1981 – Maik Franz, German footballer
  • 1749 – Thomas Lynch Jr., American commander and politician d. 1779
  • 1397 – Guillaume Dufay, Belgian-Italian composer and theorist d. 1474
  • 1948 – David Hungate, American bass guitarist, producer, and arranger
  • 1626 – Richard Ottley, English politician d. 1670
  • 1935 – Michael Ballhaus, German director and cinematographer d. 2017
  • 1860 – Louis Wain, English artist d. 1939
  • 1623 – Antonio Cesti, Italian organist and composer d. 1669
  • 1969 – Venkatesh Prasad, Indian cricketer and coach
  • 1874 – Wesley Clair Mitchell, American economist and academic d. 1948
  • 1955 – Eddie Ojeda, American guitarist and songwriter
  • 1973 – Paul Carige, Australian rugby league player
  • 2003 – Toni Shaw, British Paralympic swimmer
  • 1927 – John H. Moore II, American lawyer and judge d. 2013
  • 1976 – Jeff Friesen, Canadian ice hockey player
  • 1802 – Niels Henrik Abel, Norwegian mathematician and theorist d. 1829
  • 1964 – Rory Morrison, English journalist d. 2013
  • 1989 – Ryan Bertrand, English footballer
  • 1930 – Neil Armstrong, American pilot, engineer, and astronaut d. 2012
  • 1989 – Jessica Nigri, American model and actress
  • 1980 – Jason Culina, Australian footballer
  • 1963 – Steve Lee, Swiss singer-songwriter d. 2010
  • 1981 – Anna Rawson, Australian golfer
  • 1946 – Erika Slezak, American actress
  • 1981 – David Clarke, English ice hockey player
  • 1844 – Ilya Repin, Russian painter and sculptor d. 1930
  • 1797 – Friedrich August Kummer, German cellist and composer d. 1879
  • 1930 – Richie Ginther, American race car driver d. 1989
  • 1984 – Steve Matai, New Zealand rugby league player
  • 1868 – Oskar Merikanto, Finnish pianist and composer d. 1924
  • 1962 – Patrick Ewing, Jamaican-American basketball player and coach
  • 1946 – Xavier Trias, Spanish pediatrician and politician, 118th Mayor of Barcelona
  • 1918 – Tom Drake, American actor and singer d. 1982
  • 1882 – Anne Acheson, Irish sculptor d. 1962
  • 1956 – Jerry Ciccoritti, Canadian actor, director, producer, and screenwriter
  • 1942 – Joe Boyd, American record producer, founded Hannibal Records
  • 1940 – Rick Huxley, English bass player d. 2013
  • 1981 – Carl Crawford, American baseball player
  • 1960 – David Baldacci, American lawyer and author
  • 1972 – Christian Olde Wolbers, Belgian-American guitarist, songwriter, and producer
  • 1965 – Motoi Sakuraba, Japanese keyboard player and composer
  • 1918 – Betty Oliphant, English-Canadian ballerina, co-founded Canadas National Ballet School d. 2004
  • 1967 – Matthew Caws, American singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1922 – Frank Stranahan, American golfer d. 2013
  • 1694 – Leonardo Leo, Italian composer d. 1744
  • 1607 – Antonio Barberini, Italian cardinal d. 1671
  • 1910 – Bruno Coquatrix, French songwriter and manager d. 1979
  • 1930 – Michal Kovac, Slovak lawyer and politician, 1st President of Slovakia
  • 1877 – Tom Thomson, Canadian painter d. 1917
  • 1978 – Kim Gevaert, Belgian sprinter
  • 1981 – Travie McCoy, American rapper, singer, and songwriter
  • 1911 – Robert Taylor, American actor and singer d. 1969
  • 1952 – John Jarratt, Australian actor and producer
  • 1866 – Harry Trott, Australian cricketer d. 1917
  • 1975 – Dan Hipgrave, English guitarist and journalist
  • 1953 – Rick Mahler, American baseball player and coach d. 2005
  • 1461 – Alexander Jagiellon, Polish king d. 1506
  • 1981 – Rachel Scott, American murder victim, inspired the Rachels Challenge d. 1999
  • 1926 – Betsy Jolas, French composer
  • 1941 – Leonid Kizim, Ukrainian general, pilot, and astronaut d. 2010
  • 1982 – Tobias Regner, German singer-songwriter
  • 1947 – Greg Leskiw, Canadian guitarist and songwriter
  • 1887 – Reginald Owen, English-American actor and singer d. 1972
  • 1906 – John Huston, American actor, director, and screenwriter d. 1987
  • 1540 – Joseph Justus Scaliger, French philologist and historian d. 1609
  • 1974 – Kajol, Indian film actress
  • 1961 – Janet McTeer, English actress
  • 1988 – Federica Pellegrini, Italian swimmer
  • 1934 – Karl Johan Åstrom, Swedish engineer and theorist
  • 1948 – Ray Clemence, English footballer and manager
  • 1880 – Ruth Sawyer, American author and educator d. 1970
  • 1943 – Sammi Smith, American country music singer-songwriter d. 2005
  • 1968 – Marine Le Pen, French lawyer and politician
  • 1946 – Bob McCarthy, Australian rugby league player and coach
  • 1972 – Aaqib Javed, Pakistani cricketer and coach
  • 1866 – Carl Harries, German chemist and academic d. 1923
  • 1950 – Luiz Gushiken, Brazilian trade union leader and politician d. 2013
  • 1974 – Alvin Ceccoli, Australian footballer
  • 1932 – Vladimir Fedoseyev, Russian conductor
  • 1301 – Edmund of Woodstock, 1st Earl of Kent, English politician, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports d. 1330
  • 1974 – Olle Kullinger, Swedish footballer
  • 1935 – Roy Benavidez, American Master Sergeant and Medal of Honor Winner d. 1998
  • 1828 – Louise of the Netherlands d. 1871
  • 1940 – Roman Gabriel, American football player, coach, and actor
  • 1880 – Gertrude Rush, American lawyer and jurist d. 1962
  • 1926 – Jeri Southern, American jazz singer and pianist d. 1991
  • 1998 – Mimi Keene, English actress
  • 1977 – Michael Walsh, English footballer
  • 1662 – James Anderson, Scottish lawyer and historian d. 1728
  • 1978 – Cosmin Barcauan, Romanian footballer and manager
  • 1988 – Michael Jamieson, Scottish-English swimmer
  • 1979 – David Healy, Irish footballer
  • 1969 – Robert Scott, Australian rower
  • 1962 – Otis Thorpe, American basketball player
  • 1981 – Erik Guay, Canadian skier
  • 1941 – Airto Moreira, Brazilian-American drummer and composer
  • 1901 – Claude Autant-Lara, French director, screenwriter, and politician d. 2000
  • 1940 – Bobby Braddock, American country music songwriter, musician, and producer
  • 1904 – Kenneth V. Thimann, English-American botanist and microbiologist d. 1997
  • 1970 – James Gunn, American actor, director, producer, and screenwriter
  • 1935 – Peter Inge, Baron Inge, English field marshal
  • 1968 – Oleh Luzhny, Ukrainian footballer and manager
  • 1872 – Oswaldo Cruz, Brazilian physician, bacteriologist, and epidemiologist, founded the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation d. 1917
  • 1996 – Takakeishō Mitsunobu, Japanese sumo wrestler
  • 1951 – Samantha Sang, Australian pop singer
  • 1827 – Deodoro da Fonseca, Brazilian field marshal and politician, 1st President of Brazil d. 1892
                                     

2. Deaths

  • 1901 – Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom b. 1840
  • 2000 – Lala Amarnath, Indian cricketer who scored Indias first Test century b. 1911
  • 1994 – Menachem Avidom, Israeli composer b. 1908
  • 1991 – Paul Brown, American football player and coach b. 1908
  • 1980 – Harold L. Runnels, American soldier and politician b. 1924
  • 2013 – Willie Dunn, Canadian singer-songwriter and producer b. 1942
  • 1963 – Salvador Bacarisse, Spanish composer b. 1898
  • 910 – Ingwær, king of Northumbria
  • 890 – Ranulf II, duke of Aquitaine b. 850
  • 1959 – Edgar Guest, English-American journalist and poet b. 1881
  • 1877 – Robert Williams known as Trebor Mai, Welsh poet b. 1830
  • 642 – Eowa, king of Mercia
  • 1881 – Spotted Tail, American tribal chief b. 1823
  • 1579 – Stanislaus Hosius, Polish cardinal b. 1504
  • 2001 – Otema Allimadi, Ugandan politician, 2nd Prime Minister of Uganda b. 1929
  • 2012 – Martin E. Segal, Russian-American businessman, co-founded Film Society of Lincoln Center b. 1916
  • 2011 – Aziz Shavershian, Russian-born Australian Bodybuilder and internet sensation b. 1989
  • 2002 – Matt Robinson, American actor, producer, and screenwriter b. 1937
  • 2012 – Michel Daerden, Belgian lawyer and politician b. 1949
  • 824 – Heizei, Japanese emperor b. 773
  • 2014 – Harold J. Greene, American general b. 1962
  • 910 – Eowils and Halfdan, joint kings of Northumbria
  • 1921 – Dimitrios Rallis, Greek lawyer and politician, 78th Prime Minister of Greece b. 1844
  • 1916 – George Butterworth, British composer, killed at the Battle of the Somme b. 1885
  • 882 – Louis III, Frankish king b. 863
  • 1364 – Kōgon, Japanese emperor b. 1313
  • 1968 – Luther Perkins, American guitarist b. 1928
  • 1944 – Maurice Turnbull, Welsh cricketer and rugby player b. 1906
  • 1994 – Alain de Changy, Belgian race car driver b. 1922
  • 2012 – Roland Charles Wagner, French author and translator b. 1960
  • 2019 – Toni Morrison, American author, Pulitzer Prize winner, and Nobel laureate b. 1931.
  • 2013 – Ruth Asawa, American sculptor and educator b. 1926
  • 2007 – Florian Pittiș, Romanian actor, singer, director, and producer b. 1943
  • 2000 – Otto Buchsbaum, Austrian-Brazilian journalist and activist b. 1920
  • 1978 – Jesse Haines, American baseball player and coach b. 1893
  • 2013 – Roy Rubin, American basketball player and coach b. 1925
  • 2002 – Franco Lucentini, Italian journalist and author b. 1920
  • 2012 – Chavela Vargas, Costa Rican-Mexican singer-songwriter and actress b. 1919
  • 2013 – Shawn Burr, Canadian-American ice hockey player b. 1966
  • 1729 – Thomas Newcomen, English engineer, invented the eponymous Newcomen atmospheric engine b. 1664
  • 1063 – Gruffydd ap Llywelyn, King of Gwynedd
  • 1447 – John Holland, 2nd Duke of Exeter b. 1395
  • 2013 – Rob Wyda, American commander and judge b. 1959
  • 2014 – Chapman Pincher, Indian-English historian, journalist, and author b. 1914
  • 1998 – Otto Kretschmer, German commander b. 1912
  • 2002 – Darrell Porter, American baseball player b. 1952
  • 1633 – George Abbot, English archbishop and academic b. 1562
  • 1880 – Ferdinand Ritter von Hebra, Austrian physician and dermatologist b. 1816
  • 1415 – Richard of Conisburgh, 3rd Earl of Cambridge b. 1375
  • 1678 – Juan Garcia de Zespedes, Mexican tenor and composer b. 1619
  • 1778 – Charles Clemencet, French historian and author b. 1703
  • 553 – Xiao Ji, prince of the Liang dynasty b. 508
  • 2002 – Chick Hearn, American sportscaster b. 1916
  • 1946 – Wilhelm Marx, German lawyer and politician, 17th Chancellor of Germany b. 1863
  • 1933 – Charles Harold Davis, American painter and academic b. 1856
  • 2011 – Andrzej Lepper, Polish farmer and politician, Deputy Prime Minister of Poland b. 1954
  • 2008 – Neil Bartlett, English-American chemist and academic b. 1932
  • 2005 – Jim OHora, American football player and coach b. 1915
  • 2005 – Polina Astakhova, Russian gymnast and coach b. 1936
  • 642 – Oswald, king of Northumbria b. 604
  • 2001 – Christopher Skase, Australian-Spanish businessman b. 1948
  • 1929 – Millicent Fawcett, English trade union leader and activist b. 1847
  • 1985 – Arnold Horween, American football player and coach b. 1898
  • 1904 – George Dibbs, Australian politician, 10th Premier of New South Wales b. 1834
  • 1778 – Thomas Linley the younger, English composer b. 1756
  • 2000 – Alec Guinness, English actor b. 1914
  • 1935 – David Townsend, American art director and set designer b. 1891
  • 1600 – John Ruthven, 3rd Earl of Gowrie, Scottish conspirator b. 1577
  • 1895 – Friedrich Engels, German philosopher b. 1820
  • 940 – Li Decheng, Chinese general b. 863
  • 1792 – Frederick North, Lord North, English politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom b. 1732
  • 2012 – Erwin Axer, Polish director and screenwriter b. 1917
  • 1939 – Bela Jankovich, Hungarian economist and politician, Minister of Education of Hungary b. 1865
  • 1983 – Joan Robinson, English economist and author b. 1903
  • 2014 – Vladimir Orlov, Russian author b. 1936
  • 2007 – Jean-Marie Lustiger, French cardinal b. 1926
  • 2015 – Arthur Walter James, English journalist and politician b. 1912
  • 1743 – John Hervey, 2nd Baron Hervey, English courtier and politician, Vice-Chamberlain of the Household b. 1696
  • 2005 – Eddie Jenkins, Welsh footballer b. 1909
  • 1987 – Georg GaSmann, German politician, Mayor of Marburg b. 1910
  • 877 – Ubayd Allah ibn Yahya ibn Khaqan, Abbasid vizier
  • 2009 – Budd Schulberg, American author, screenwriter, and producer b. 1914
  • 1868 – Jacques Boucher de Crevecoeur de Perthes, French archaeologist and historian b. 1788
  • 2012 – Fred Matua, American football player b. 1984
  • 1957 – Heinrich Otto Wieland, German chemist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate b. 1877
  • 1415 – Henry Scrope, 3rd Baron Scrope of Masham b. 1370
  • 1799 – Richard Howe, 1st Earl Howe, English admiral and politician b. 1726
  • 1992 – Robert Muldoon, New Zealand politician, 31st Prime Minister of New Zealand b. 1921
  • 1998 – Todor Zhivkov, Bulgarian commander and politician, 36th Prime Minister of Bulgaria b. 1911
  • 2005 – Raul Roco, Filipino lawyer and politician, 31st Filipino Secretary of Education b. 1941
  • 1911 – Bob Caruthers, American baseball player and umpire b. 1864
  • 2015 – Tony Millington, Welsh footballer b. 1943
  • 2008 – Reg Lindsay, Australian singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer b. 1929
  • 1984 – Richard Burton, Welsh-Swiss actor and producer b. 1925
  • 1952 – Sameera Moussa, Egyptian physicist and academic b. 1917
  • 1610 – Alonso Garcia de Ramon, Spanish soldier and politician, Royal Governor of Chile b. 1552
  • 2013 – May Song Vang, American activist b. 1951
  • 1955 – Carmen Miranda, Portuguese-Brazilian actress and singer b. 1909
  • 1948 – Montagu Toller, English cricketer and lawyer b. 1871
  • 917 – Euthymius I of Constantinople b. 834
  • 2000 – Tullio Crali, Montenegrin-Italian pilot and painter b. 1910
  • 1983 – Judy Canova, American actress and comedian b. 1913
  • 2014 – Jesse Leonard Steinfeld, American physician and academic, 11th Surgeon General of the United States b. 1927
  • 1964 – Art Ross, Canadian-American ice hockey player and coach b. 1886
  • 1991 – Soichiro Honda, Japanese engineer and businessman, founded Honda b. 1906
  • 1960 – Arthur Meighen, Canadian lawyer and politician, 9th Prime Minister of Canada b. 1874
                                     

3. Holidays and observances

  • Dedication of the Basilica of St Mary Major Catholic Church
  • Abel of Reims
  • Memnius
  • Emygdius
  • August 5 Eastern Orthodox liturgics
  • Addai
  • Afra
  • Christian feast day
  • Albrecht Durer, Matthias Grunewald, and Lucas Cranach the Elder Episcopal Church USA)
  • Oswald of Northumbria
  • Cassian of Autun
  • Independence Day Burkina Faso
  • Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day and the Day of Croatian defenders Croatia
                                     
  • On 5 August 2018, a destructive and shallow earthquake measuring Mw 6.9 ML  7.0 according to BMKG struck the island of Lombok, Indonesia. It was the
  • Quebec July 22 to August 4 Earth Overshoot Day: August 1 National Farmer s Market Week: August 5 - 11 National Science Week: August 11 19 Australia Engineering
  • 2013 65. Khmer Rouge leader Nuon Chea dies at 93 CNN. August 5 2019. Retrieved August 5 2019. Agency, United States Central Intelligence Office
  • to the conflict. The film was released in Georgia as 5 Days of August and in other countries as 5 Days of War and also City on Fire. In 2007, during the
  • August 10 is the 222nd day of the year 223rd in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 143 days remain until the end of the year. The term the 10th of
  • August 9 is the 221st day of the year 222nd in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 144 days remain until the end of the year. 48 BC Caesar s Civil
  • the International Space Station. It was launched on August 19, 2015. Major changes of Kounotori 5 from previous Kounotori are: Solar panels were reduced
  • August Belmont Sr., original name August Schonberg, December 8, 1813  November 24, 1890 was a German - American politician, financier, foreign diplomat
  • Karl August Georg Maximilian Graf von Platen - Hallermunde 24 October 1796  5 December 1835 was a German poet and dramatist. In German he mostly is called
  • August 8 is the 220th day of the year 221st in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 145 days remain until the end of the year. 870 Treaty of Meerssen:
  • August 28 is the 240th day of the year 241st in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 125 days remain until the end of the year. 475 The Roman general
  • August Ames born Mercedes Grabowski 23 August 1994 5 December 2017 was a Canadian pornographic actress and model. She appeared in almost 290 movies
  • August 2 is the 214th day of the year 215th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 151 days remain until the end of the year. 338 BC A Macedonian


                                     
  • August Heinrich Julius Lafontaine 5 October 1758 20 April 1831 was a German novelist. Lafontaine was born and brought up in Brunswick, the son of the
  • August 14 is the 226th day of the year 227th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 139 days remain until the end of the year. 29 BC Octavian holds
  • Record - Setting Ariane 5 Launch Spaceflight 101. 24 August 2016. Archived from the original on 27 August 2016. Retrieved 25 August 2016. Arianespace marks
  • August 15 is the 227th day of the year 228th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 138 days remain until the end of the year. 636 Arab Byzantine
  • August Ludwig von Schlozer 5 July 1735, Gaggstatt  9 September 1809, Gottingen was a German historian who laid foundations for the critical study of
  • August 20 is the 232nd day of the year 233rd in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 133 days remain until the end of the year. AD 14 Agrippa Postumus
  • Five Dolls for an August Moon Italian: 5 bambole per la luna d agosto is a 1970 Italian giallo film directed by Mario Bava. It concerns a group of people
  • Times August 6, 1914 August 5 1914. Retrieved 9 February 2016. 39 Known Dead In Wreck PDF The New York Times August 7, 1914 August 5 1914
  • The August Revolution Vietnamese: Cach mang thang Tam also known as the August General Uprising Vietnamese: Tổng Khởi nghĩa thang Tam was a revolution
  • August 13 is the 225th day of the year 226th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 140 days remain until the end of the year. 29 BC Octavian holds
                                     
  • Five Times August is the name of a solo music project by Dallas, Texas independent singer songwriter guitarist Brad Skistimas b. August 5 1983 in Lewisville
  • August 7 is the 219th day of the year 220th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 146 days remain until the end of the year. This day marks the approximate
  • August 29 is the 241st day of the year 242nd in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 124 days remain until the end of the year. 708 Copper coins are
  • August 17 is the 229th day of the year 230th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 136 days remain until the end of the year. 309 310 Pope Eusebius
  • August 18 is the 230th day of the year 231st in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 135 days remain until the end of the year. 684 Battle of Marj
  • August 23 is the 235th day of the year 236th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 130 days remain until the end of the year. 30 BC After the successful
  • August 24 is the 236th day of the year 237th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 129 days remain until the end of the year. 367 AD Gratian, son

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