December 19 holidays in 2022
National Hard Candy Day
National Oatmeal Muffin Day
National Heroes and Heroines Day
December 19 2021 holidays
December 19 2023 holidays
Historical Events on December 19
During the American Revolutionary War, George Washington and his Continental Army bunker down for the winter at Valley Forge in Pennsylvania.
During the French Revolutionary War, Commodore Horatio Nelson and his British frigates engage with Commodore Don Jacobo and his Spanish frigates off of the coast of Murcia.
Almost 300 coal miners die in the Darr Mine at Jacobs Creek in Pennsylvania.
After serving almost 4 years at the Sing Sing Prison, Captain William Van Schaick receives a pardon by United States President William Howard Taft.
In the city of London in England, the very last Rolls Royce Silver Ghost is sold to the public.
In Alexandria Harbor, Italian Limpet mines severely damage the HMS Queen Elizabeth and the HMS Valiant.
The British Government executes John Amery for treason.
The First Indochina War begins.
United States President Bill Clinton becomes only the second U.S President to be impeached by the U.S House of Representatives.
At a Christmas Market in Berlin, Germany, a vehicular attack kills many people.
Famous Birthdays on December 19
English actor Ralph Richardson is born in
French novelist and poet, Jean Genet is born in
American animator and screenwriter, Mel Shaw is born in
American historian and author, Robert V. Bruce is born in
American actor and director, Tim Reid is born in
Canadian ice hockey player Ken Brown is born in
American actress and model, Jennifer Beals is born in
French actress Béatrice Dalle is born in
Canadian golfer Lorie Kane is born in
American magician and illusionist, Criss Angel is born in
American songwriter and rapper, Ingrid Burley is born in
English footballer Calvin Andrew is born in
Japanese jockey Kousei Miura is born in
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