July 4th

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The July 4 is the 185th day of the Gregorian calendar (the 186th in leap years ), thus remain 180 days by year end.

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Events

Politics and world events

1776: The signing of the American Declaration of Independence
1819: Arkansas Territory
1879: Battle of Ulundi
1945: Occupation zones in Austria

economy

1840: RMS Britannia

science and technology

1054: Crab Nebula, Hubble photo
1999: Location of the Nebra Sky Disc

Culture

1862: Alice Liddell (Photo by Dodgson, 1859)
Illustration to Alice in Wonderland by John Tenniel (1865)

society

  • 1568 : Karin Månsdotter and King Erik XIV, who had been secretly married for almost a year, officially marry in Stockholm . The next day the queen is crowned.

religion

Disasters

Minor accidents are listed in the sub-articles of Catastrophe .

Sports

Entries of athletics world records can be found under the respective discipline under athletics . Entries on football world championship games can be found in the sub-pages of football world championships . The same is true for European football championships .

Born

Before the 18th century

Johannes Aventinus (* 1477)
(not contemporary illustration)

18th century

Christian Fürchtegott Gellert (* 1715)

19th century

Nathaniel Hawthorne
(* 1804)
Giuseppe Garibaldi (* 1807)
Calvin Coolidge (* 1872)

20th century

1901-1925

1926-1950

Gina Lollobrigida (* 1927)
Queen Sonja of Norway (* 1937)
Heide Simonis (* 1943)

1951-1975

Ute Lemper (* 1963)

1976-2000

Becki Newton (* 1978)

21st century

Died

Before the 16th century

16th to 18th century

19th century

20th century

1901-1950

1951-1975

1976-2000

21st century

Holidays and memorial days

The list of days of remembrance and action contains further entries .


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