July 11 holidays in 2019
World Population Day
Naadam Holiday (National Day)
July 11 2018 holidays
July 11 2020 holidays
Historical Events on July 11
Pluto moved inside the orbit of the planet Neptune for the last time before the 20
It would do it again in 1979.
Jews are forces from Little Russia.
The town of Halifax, Nova Scotia is almost completely burned to the ground by fire.
France’s Finance Minister, Jacques Necker, is dismissed. This act sparks the Storming of the Bastille.
Under terms of the Jay Treaty, the U.S takes possession of Detroit from Great Britain.
The U.S Marine Corps are re-established. After the American Revolutionary War they had been temporarily disbanded.
Jean-Louis Pons – a French astronomer-discovers his first comet. Over the next almost 30-years, he would discover over 35 comets – more than any other astronomer in history.
Alexander Hamilton is mortally wounded by U.S. Vice-President Aaron Burr during a duel.
Confederate troops try to invade the city of Washington, D.C at the Battle of Fort Stevens during the American Civil War.
Tijuana in Mexico is officially founded.
The Vichy France regime is founded during World War 2. Philippe Pétain is named Prime Minister of France.
At the Allied Invasion of Sicily during World War 2, Italian and German forces attempt a counter attack.
The novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee is published for the first time in the U.S on this date.
Over 260 people are killed when Nigeria Airways Flight 2120 crashes in Saudi Arabia.
209 people are killed during the Mumbai Train Bombings in India.
Over 70 people are killed in a double suicide bombing in Kampala, Uganda.
Famous Birthdays on July 11
American lawyer and 6
President of the U.S., John Quincy Adams is born in
American astronomer and author, Isabel Martin Lewis is born in
American miner and explorer, James Larkin White is born in
American actor Justin Chambers is born in
American football player Willie Anderson is born in
American rapper and producer, Lil’ Kim is born in
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