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June 20th birthdays: What happened in the world on a day like today?

June 20th birthdays: What happened in the world on a day like today?

June 20th birthdays: What happened in the world on a day like today?

On a June 20but in 1963, the United States and the Soviet Union agreed in Geneva to establish a “red phone” to maintain direct and rapid communication in the event of a conflict between both superpowers.


1782.- He US Congress approves the country’s coat of arms, with a open-winged eagle.

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1789.- Oath of Ball gameprecursor of French Revolution.

1820.- Death of Manuel Belgranocreator of the Argentine flag, which is why today commemorates the Argentine Flag Day.

1837.- He acceded to the throne at the age of 18, Queen Victoria I of the United Kingdom.

1895.- Honduras, Nicaragua It is The Savior sign the Amapala Pact constitute the largest republic in the Central America under the leadership of the Honduran president.

1898.- War between the United States and Spain after seizing a US ship GuamSpanish island, and marked the first possession of USA at the Pacific.

1948.- The German brand replaces the ‘Reich landmark‘.

1967.- Cassius claysentenced to 5 years in prison for refusing to enlist in the Army and fight in Vietnam.

1969.- Pompidou happens with De Gaulle as president of France.

1971.- Premiere in Mexico the famous program Keys.

1973.- Ezeiza massacreshootout between factions near the Ezeiza Airport When he came back Juan Domingo Peron for Argentina after almost 18 years of exile and which left 13 dead and 365 injured.

1975.- Premiere in U.S of the movie ‘Shark‘.

1991.- Berlin returns to be the capital of Germany43 years later.

1992.- New Constitution of Paraguaythe first truly democratic.

.- Division of Czechoslovakia in two republics.

1993.- A high-speed train crosses the city for the first time. English Channel through the underwater tunnel or Eurotunneluniting France with Great Britain.

2001.- Pervéz Musharraf sworn in as president of Pakistan.

.- The American Lori Berenson She is sentenced to 20 years in prison for collaborating with the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA).

2003.- Creation of Wikimedia Foundationheadquarters Wikipedia.

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2011.- The deposed president of Tunisia Ben Ali is sentenced in absentia to 35 years in prison for embezzlement of public funds.

2013.- Ten dead, including the head of the General Staff of the Nicaraguan Air Force, Manuel Lopeswhen hitting a military helicopter.

2018.- Canada approves the legalization of damn it for recreational use.

2019.- Will kills one in its airspace American drone.

2022.- Dies José Victor de Castro CarrollCastro Cello‘, oldest Colombian journalist in the world, at 102 years old.


1819.- Jacques OffenbachGerman composer and cellist, nationalized French.

1909.- Errol FlynnAmerican actor, born in Australia.

1928.- Jean-Marie Le Penfar-right French politician.

1940.- José María Benet and JornetSpanish playwright.

1954 – Karlheinz BrandenburgGerman, creator of the MP3 format.

1967.- Nicole KidmanAustralian actress.

1973.- Thomas WlaschihaGerman actor.


1870.- Julius GoncourtFrench writer.

1898.- Manuel Tamayo and BausSpanish playwright.

1908.- Federico ChuecaSpanish composer.

nine hundred ninety-five.- Emil CioranRomanian philosopher.

2005.- Jack KilbyAmerican electrical engineer, 2000 Nobel Prize in Physics.

.- Larry CollinsAmerican writer and journalist.

2016.- Chayito ValdezMexican singer and composer.

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2017.- Albert JohnsonProdigy‘, American rapper.

2018.- Dante CaputoArgentine politician.

2021.- Juan FornArgentine writer and editor.

Source: Elcomercio

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