30. dæg þæs Æfterran Geola
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(Edlǣded of 30 Æfterra Gēola)
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30 Æfterra Gēola is se þrītigoða dæg þæs gēares on þǣre Gregoriscan gerīmbēc. Heonan sind 335 belīfendra daga (336 in hlīepgēarum).
Belimpas[adiht | adiht fruman]
- 1649 - Man hēafdode Carl I Bretta Cyning.
- 1781 - Articles of Confederation ratified by 13th state, Maryland.
- 1790 - The first boat specialized as a lifeboat is tested on the River Tyne.
- 1820 - Edward Bransfield of the Royal Navy fand Antarctican.
- 1835 - Unsuccessful assassination attempt against Foresittend Andrew Jackson in the United States Capitol.
- 1847 - Yerba Buena, California is renamed San Francisco.
- 1862 - The first American ironclad wigscip, the USS Monitor is launched.
- 1889 - Archduke Hroðwulf Erceheretoga, ierfa þæs Eastriciscan and Ungeriscan cynerice, wæs gefunden dead mid his mistress Baroness Marie Vetsera in Mayerling.
- 1900 - Bryttisc þreat fighting Boers on Sūðaffrican ask for reinforcements.
- 1911 - The destroyer USS Terry makes the first lyftcræftes rescue at sea saving the life of James McCurdy 10 miles from Havana, Cuba.
- 1911 - Seo Canadisce Scipþegnung seard se Cynelica Canadisca Sciphere.
- 1913 - House of Lords rejects Irish Home Rule Bill.
- 1925 - Tyrclandes leodweard adraf Constantinus VI Patriarchos of Constantinopolim.
- 1933 - Adolf Hitler sealde his aþ swa Germanie Cancelere.
- 1933 - The first of 2,956 episodes of The Lone Ranger airs on the radio for the first time.
- 1944 - Americanisc troops invade Majuro, Marshall Islands.
- 1945 - KdF Ship Wilhelm Gustloff sunk in the Baltic Sea - deadliest maritime disaster in known history killing roughly 9,000.
- 1948 - Indian pacifist and leader Mahatma Gandhi is murdered by a Hindu extremist.
- 1948 - 1948 Winter Olympics open in St. Moritz, Swissland.
- 1962 - Two of the high-wire Flying Wallendas are killed when their famous seven-person pyramid collapsed during a performance in Detroit, Michigan.
- 1964 - Ranger 6 is launched by NASA. Its mission is it to carry television cameras and to crash-land on the moon.
- 1968 - Vietnam War: The Tet Offensive begins when Viet Cong forces launch series of a surprise attacks in South Vietnam.
- 1969 - The Beatles' last public performance, on the roof of Apple Records. The impromptu concert was broken up by the police.
- 1972 - Blodig Sunnandæg: Britisc forces kill thirteen Roman Catholic civil rights marchers in Norþīrlande.
- 1972 - Pakistan withdraws from the British Commonwealth.
- 1983 - Super Bowl XVII: The Washington Redskins defeat the Miami Dolphins, 27-17, thus winning their first NFL championship since 1942.
- 1989 - The American embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan closes.
- 1994 - Pēter Lēkō becomes the youngest grand master in chess.
- 1994 - The Dallas Cowboys win their fourth Super Bowl title, 30-13 over the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVIII.
- 1995 - Workers from the National Institutes of Health announce the success of clinical trials testing the first preventative treatment for sickle cell anaemia.
- 1996 - Suspected leader of the Irish National Liberation Army Gino Gallagher is killed while in line for his unemployment benefit.
- 1999 - A 7-year old boy dies of choking on a Pokēmon Power Bouncer ball toy.
- 2000 - In a dramatic finish to Super Bowl XXXIV, the St. Louis Rams defeat the Tennessee Titans, 23-16.
- 2002 - Slobodan Milosevic accuses the United Nations war crimes tribunal of an "evil and hostile attack" against him.
- 2003 - Belgium legally recognizes same-sex marriage.
- 2005 - Amid violence and threats to boycott the results, Iraq holds an election for its National Assembly, the country's first free election since 1953.
Byrda[adiht | adiht fruman]
- 1616 - Thomas Rolfe, Americanisc colonial
- 1687 - Johann Balthasar Neumann, master builder (d. 1753)
- 1781 - Adelbert von Chamisso, poet (d. 1838)
- 1861 - Charles Martin Loeffler, Americanisc composer
- 1882 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Foresittend þāra Geānlǣhtra Underrīca (d. 1945)
- 1894 - Cyning Boris III Bulgarian (d. 1943)
- 1901 - Rudolf Caracciola, driver of racing cars (d. 1959)
- 1902 - Nikolaus Pevsner, art historian (d. 1983)
- 1911 - Roy Eldridge, jazz musician (d. 1989)
- 1911 - Hugh Marlowe, American actor (d. 1982)
- 1912 - Barbara W. Tuchman, historian (d. 1989)
- 1914 - David Wayne, actor (d. 1995)
- 1914 - John Ireland, actor (d. 1992)
- 1915 - John Profumo, British cabinet minister
- 1915 - Joachim Peiper, Þēodisc military leader (d. 1976)
- 1920 - Delbert Mann, director
- 1922 - Dick Martin, comedian
- 1924 - Lloyd Alexander, writer
- 1925 - Douglas Engelbart, computer scientist
- 1925 - Dorothy Malone, actress
- 1927 - Olof Palme, Forma Minister Swēolandes 1969-1976, 1982-1986 (d. 1986)
- 1928 - Hal Prince, stage producer, director
- 1930 - Gene Hackman, actor
- 1930 - Magnus Malan, former South African minister
- 1930 - Don Brockett, actor (d. 1995)
- 1931 - Allan W. Eckert, stǣrmann, naturalist and author
- 1931 - Shirley Hazzard, Australian-American author
- 1932 - Knock Yokoyama, Iapanisc comedian and politician
- 1933 - Louis Rukeyser, financial journalist
- 1935 - Richard Brautigan, writer and poet (d. 1984)
- 1937 - Vanessa Redgrave, actress
- 1937 - Boris Spassky, chess grand master
- 1941 - Gregory Benford, author and scientist and Jim Benford
- 1941 - Dick Cheney, politician
- 1943 - Marty Balin, musician
- 1945 - Michael Dorris, author (d. 1997)
- 1947 - Les Barker, English poet
- 1947 - Steve Marriott, musician (The Small Faces) (d. 1991)
- 1951 - Phil Collins, musician
- 1951 - Charles S. Dutton, American actor
- 1955 - Judith Tarr, author
- 1957 - Payne Stewart, American golfer (d. 1999)
- 1959 - Jody Watley, American singer
- 1962 - Mary Kay Letourneau, pedophile teacher
- 1972 - Tim Jones, Gonzo Journalist
- 1974 - Christian Bale, actor
- 1980 - Wilmer Valderrama, American actor
- 1990 - Jake Thomas, actor (Lizzie McGuire)
Dēaðas[adiht | adiht fruman]
- 1030 - William V, Duke of Aquitaine
- 1649 - Charles I, cyning Englalandes (gehēafdod) (b. 1600)
- 1889 - Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria (b. 1858) and Baroness Mary Vetsera (b. 1871), at Mayerling
- 1948 - Mohandas Gandhi, Indian politician (b. 1869)
- 1948 - Orville Wright, aviation pioneer
- 1958 - Jean Crotti, Swiss artist (b. 1878)
- 1963 - Francis Poulenc, composer (b. 1899)
- 1980 - Professor Longhair, cyning þǣm New Orleans music (b. 1918)
- 1982 - Lightnin' Hopkins, blues musician
- 1991 - John Bardeen, physicist, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics twice (b. 1908)
- 1991 - John McIntire, actor
- 1994 - Pierre Boulle, author (b. 1912)
- 1995 - Gerald Durrell, naturalist, zookeeper, author and television presenter (b. 1925)
- 1996 - Dan Duva, boxing promoter
- 1999 - Huntz Hall, actor (b. 1919)
- 1999 - Ed Herlihy, narrator
- 2001 - Jean-Pierre Aumont, actor (b. 1911)
- 2002 - Daniel Pearl, journalist (one possible date) (b. 1963)
Symbeldagas and observances[adiht | adiht fruman]
- Winter-een-mas - Sixth day: Public celebration. Celebrated Ghost: Sports Games.
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