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Can you name the events that happened on each day in June?
Updated Nov 28, 2011
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This Day in History: July
Future President Herbert Hoover was caught in this revolt in China (1900).
Queen Elizabeth II was crowned in this London Abbey (1953).
President John Adams moved to this new national capital (1800).
The Chinese government killed many demonstrators here (1989).
Israel attacked Egypt and Syria beginning this conflict (1967).
The Allies invaded the beaches in this part of France (1944).
This Indian man did his first act of civil disobedience in South Africa (1893).
This man died in Medina (AD 632).
This 'Red Scare' leader was asked, 'Have you no sense of decency, sir, at long last?' (1954).
NATO suspended fighting as Serb troops left this future nation (1999).
Five men were chosen to draft this document (1776).
Reagan traveled to Berlin and said, 'Mr. Gorbachev, open this gate. Mr. Gorbachev, __ __ __ __' (1987).
This Macedonian conqueror died (323 BC).
This war between the UK and Argentina ended (1982).
King John placed his seal on this document (1215).
The Soweto Uprising occurred in this nation (1976).
Burglars were arrested breaking into this building on behalf of Nixon (1972).
Napoleon was defeated in this village (1815).
This emperor of Mexico was executed (1867).
The Third Estate took this vow at the beginning of the French Revolution (1789).
This nation had its second constitution ratified (1788).
This captain was set adrift in Canada after his crew mutinied (1611).
99.95% of this nation elected Nasser as president (1956).
The US Senate voted 81 to 10 to repeal this Vietnam War resolution (1970).
War broke out on this peninsula eventually resulting in a DMZ near the 38th Parallel (1950).
President Kennedy uttered these now famous words in Berlin (1963).
The US was found guilty by the ICJ of supporting Contra rebels in this nation (1986).
This man was killed along with his wife eventually leading to WWI (1914).
This Shakespearean theater burned down (1613).
This nation banned the Red Cross from sending food aid to Biafra (1969).
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