May 7 holidays in 2019
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May 7 2018 holidays
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Historical Events on May 7
New Orleans in Louisiana is founded by the French Mississippi Company under the supervision of Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne on this day.
Native Americans attempt to seize Fort Detroit from the British on this day – thereby starting Pontiac’s War (also known as Pontiac’s Rebellion).
The Treaty of London recognizes the independence of Greece.
Over 315 people are killed when a tornado touches down in Natchez, Mississippi. It’s considered to be the 2
deadliest tornado in U.S history.
Led by General Ulysses S. Grant, the Army of the Potomac branches off from the Battle of the Wilderness and heads south.
Almost twelve hundred people – including almost one hundred and thirty Americans – are killed when the RMS Lusitania is attacked and sunk by German submarine U-20 during WWI.
At the Battle of the Coral Sea during World War II, a U.S Navy Aircraft Carrier attacks and sinks a Japanese Navy Aircraft Carrier.
German General Alfred Jodl signs the terms of his unconditional surrender at Reims in France.
The Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering company, now known as Sony, is founded on this day.
Geoffrey Dummer publishes the concept of the integrated circuit on this day.
Vladimir Putin becomes Russia’s president.
Over 110 people are killed when China Northern Airlines MD-82 crashes into the Yellow Sea.
The tomb of Herod the Great is discovered by Israeli archaeologist just south of the city of Jerusalem.
Famous Birthdays on May 7
English poet and playwright, Robert Browning is born in
German composer and pianist, Johannes Brahms is born in
Indian poet, author and Nobel Prize laureate, Rabindranath Tagore is born in
Polish novelist and Nobel Prize laureate, Władysław Reymont is born in
American actor Gary Cooper is born in
American scientist, inventor and co-founder of Polaroid, Edwin H. Land is born in
American TV journalist, Tim Russert is born in
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