July 21 holidays in 2021

Holiday name Holiday location Holiday type
Belgian National Day Belgium National holiday
National Junk Food Day - Weird
National Be Someone Day - Weird
Liberation Day Guam Public holiday
Eid al-Qurban Day Two Afghanistan Public holiday
Eid al-Adha Multiple [Show] Multiple Types
Eid al-Adha holiday Multiple [Show] Multiple Types
Hari Raya Haji (Day 2) Malaysia (KDH, KTN, PLS, TRG) Common local holiday
Eid al-Adha Day 2 Multiple [Show] Multiple Types
Eid al-Adha Holiday Multiple [Show] Multiple Types
Racial Harmony Day Singapore Observance
Sacrifice Feast Day 2 Turkey National holiday
Id el Kabir additional holiday Nigeria Public holiday

Historical Events on July 21

  • 1403: Rebels to the north of Shropshire, England are defeated by King Henry IV during the Battle of Shrewsbury.
  • 1545: The first French troops for the French invasion on the Isle of Wight arrive.
  • 1568: Louis of Nassau is defeated by the Duke of Alva – Fernando Álvarez de Toledo – at the Battle of Jemmingen during the 80 Years’ War.
  • 1775: Little Brewster Island, located in Boston Harbor in Massachusetts, is raided by Patriot minutemen during the Battle of Brewster Island.
  • 1861: The First Battle of Bull Run occurs on this day during the American Civil War at Manassas Junction in Virginia. The battle ends with a Confederate Army victory.
  • 1865: Davis Tutt is shot and killed during a showdown in Springfield, Missouri. Many experts believe this is the first true showdown of the Wild West.
  • 1873: The James-Younger Gang and Jesse James pull off a train robbery at Adair in Iowa. It’s one of the first successful train robberies of the Wild West in America.
  • 1925: John T. Scopes is found guilty of teaching evolution in his High School biology class in Dayton, Tennessee and is fined a $100 USD.
  • 1944: For their failed July 20th plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler, Claus von Stauffenberg and his co-conspirators are tortured and executed in Berlin, Germany during World War 2.
  • 1949: The North Atlantic Treaty is ratified by the U.S Senate.
  • 1952: A 7.3 earthquake hits Kern County is Southern California. It ends up injuring hundreds of people and killing over ten people.
  • 1954: Vietnam is partitioned into North and South Vietnam by the Geneva Conference during the First Indochina War.

Famous Birthdays on July 21

  • American poet Hart Crane is born in 1899.
  • American novelist, journalist and Nobel Prize laureate, Ernest Hemingway is born in 1899.
  • American cartoonist Garry Trudeau is born in 1948.
  • English singer-songwriter and guitarist, Cat Stevens is born in 1948.
  • American playwright and actress, Christina Hart is born in 1949.
  • American comedian, actor and producer, Robin Williams is born in 1951.
  • American author Michael Connelly is born in 1956.




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