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1743 – War of the Austrian Succession: In the last time that a British monarch personally led his troops into battle, George II and his forces defeated the French in Dettingen, Bavaria.
1844 – Latter Day Saint movement founder Joseph Smith, Jr. and his brother Hyrum were killed by an armed mob who stormed the prison where they were incarcerated in Carthage, Illinois.
1927 – Prime Minister of Japan Tanaka Giichi led a conference to discuss Japan's plans for China, out of which came the Tanaka Memorial, a strategic document detailing these plans (now believed to be a forgery).
1971 – After only three years in business, rock promoter Bill Graham closed the Fillmore East, the "Church of Rock and Roll", in New York City.
27 Sēremōnaþ: Godbōtdæg on Iudeum;Mixed Race Day on Brasilfolce
1571 – Elisabeþ I Engla Cƿēn asended cynelice bēc þærbe staðoldede hie Iesus Fēolagascip, se ƿæs se ǣrresta Oncƿeðenda fēolagascip æt Oxnaford Eormengylde.
1743 – Gūþ þæs Ēastrīces Irfe: Æt Dettingen Beadƿe on Bægƿarum ƿæs Georgius II Grēatre Bryten Cyning heretoga þæs Bryttiscan þrēat on ƿælfelde and þes ƿæs se æftresta cyrre þærin forelǣdede Bretta cyning his here be his agan hande in feohte, and se Cyning geƿonnen sige ofer Francum.
1899 – A E J Collins scored 628 runs nā ūt, the highest-ever recorded score in cricket.
1986 – In Nicaragua ƿiþ Geānedum Rīcum dēmede se Irmenþēodlic Rihtsele þe þā Geānedan Rīcu hæfdon gebrocen irmenþēoda riht be þe hie fultumedon þā Contras in hiera uphebbunge ƿiþ Nicaraguan lēodƿearde.
1989 – Seo Inlendisc and Mægþbūend Folcena Gemēting 1989, micel irmenþēodlic gemēting ymbe inlendisca folcas, and a forerunner þæs 2007 Bann ymbe Inlendisca Folcena Rihta, was adopted.
2008 – Foresittend of Simbabƿe Robert Mugabe ƿæs be onfeallendym cyrre eftceosen æfter his opponent Morgan Tsvangirai withdrew a week earlier, citing violence against his party's supporters.
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|1358 – Sēo Cyneƿīse Ragusa, sǣcyneƿīse gesamnod on þǣre Byrg Dubrovnik in Dalmatiae, ƿæs gegrynded.||refimprove|
|1898 – Canadian-American seaman and adventurer Joshua Slocum completed the first solo circumnavigation of the globe sailing on his refitted sloop-rigged fishing boat Spray, a distance of more than 46,000 miles (74,000 km).||refimprove|
|1905 – The crew of the Russian battleship Potemkin began a mutiny against their oppressive officers.||needs more footnotes|
|1967 – The world's first electronic automated teller machine was installed in Enfield Town, London, by Barclays Bank.||unreferenced section, undue weight, globalize|
|1976 – Air France Flight 139 (Tel Aviv–Athens–Paris) was hijacked en route to Paris by the PLO and redirected to Entebbe, Uganda.||appears on July 4|
|1977 – The former French Territory of the Afars and the Issas was granted independence from France and became Djibouti.||refimprove section|
|1980 – Aerolinee Itavia Flight 870 suffered an in-flight explosion due to unknown causes while en route from Bologna to Palermo, Italy, killing all 81 people on board.||needs more footnotes|
|1991 – Yugoslavia invaded Slovenia, two days after the latter's declaration of independence from the former, starting the Ten-Day War.||refimprove|