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Juan Carlos I becomes king of this nation, following the death of Francisco Franco.
1975
Spain
90.1%
Portugal
4%
Bolivia
1.8%
Andorra
1%
This woman, who would become the second First Lady of the United States, is born in Weymouth, Massachusetts.
1744
Abigail Adams (Smith)
84.1%
Martha Washington (Dandridge)
9.1%
Dolley Madison (Payne)
5.5%
Elizabeth Monroe (Kortright)
1.3%
A bomb explodes in this Lebanese capital city, killing René Moawad, the country's president.
1989
Beirut
82.4%
Amman
3%
Ramallah
2.7%
Damascus
8.6%
This author of Brave New World dies in Los Angeles at the age of 69. Fellow author C.S. Lewis would also pass away in Oxford on the same day.
1963
Aldous Huxley
78.9%
John Steinbeck
8.6%
James Joyce
5.8%
Thomas Mann
3.9%
The Orange Revolution begins in this country, following a controversial election between candidates Viktor Yushchenko and Viktor Yanukovych.
2004
Ukraine
75.5%
Kyrgyzstan
6.8%
Serbia
9.1%
Estonia
4.8%
England defeats Australia in the finals of this sport's World Cup, becoming the first winner from the Northern Hemisphere.
2003
Rugby
64.8%
Cricket
24.9%
Lacrosse
4.9%
Hurling
1.8%
Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and this Chinese leader meet at the Cairo Conference to discuss a path forward against Japan in WWII.
1943
Chiang Kai-shek
59.5%
Dong Biwu
0.9%
Jiang Zemin
3.2%
Mao Zedong
34.2%
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