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This Day in History: July
Can you name the events that happened on each day in July?
Updated Nov 27, 2015
10 Smallest US States in Order
Countries: After S
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*There are two correct answers - just give one. **The first walk on the moon happened on July 20 or 21 depending on which time zone is used.
This Day in History: August
This city was transfered by the UK to China (1997).
This pilot disappeared over the Pacific Ocean (1937).
This infamous attack at Gettysburg occurred during the US Civil War (1863).
The Continental Congress adopted this document (1776).
This became the first cloned animal in the world (1996).
This famed diarist went into hiding in Amsterdam along with her family (1942).
Construction of this dam began (1930).
This North Korean dictator died (1994).
US soldiers ended control of the DMZ in this country (1971).
This Caribbean nation gained its independence from the UK (1973).
This man killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel (1804).
This future president of Russia resigned from the communist party (1990).
The Live Aid concert was held in this city* to raise money for East Africa (1985).
French revolutionaries stormed this structure (1789).
Nixon stunned people by announcing a trip to this country (1971).
This family was executed in Russia (1918).
A conference was held in this German city with Truman, Churchill (later Attlee), and Stalin (1945).
Fire destroyed much of Rome during this emperor's reign (AD 64).
This Egyptian artifact was found, later unlocking hieroglyphics (1799).
This Sioux leader surrendered (1881).
This man took the first steps on the moon** (1969).
This man was restored to power in China (1977).
British troops were sent to this Bosnian capital (1995).
Incan ruins were discovered at this location in Peru (1911).
This WWII leader lost power (1943).
This was nationalized by Egypt (1956).
This leader of the Reign of Terror was guillotined (1794).
Austria-Hungary declared war on this Balkan nation (1914).
This nation's armada was destroyed by the English (1588).
Greek, Turkish, and UK leaders signed a peace agreement for this nation (1974).
Ignatius of Loyola, founder of this Catholic order, died (1556).
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