Worldbulletin News

Worldbulletin News Worldbulletin News Portal

13:23, 18 July 2018 Wednesday
Update: 11:31, 22 June 2018 Friday

  • Share
Today in History June 22
Today in History June 22

A chronological timetable of historical events that occurred on this day in history.

1377   Richard II, who is still a child, begins his reign, following the death of his grandfather, Edward III. His coronation takes place July 16.
1558   The French take the French town of Thionville from the English.
1772   Slavery is outlawed in England.
1807   British seamen board the USS Chesapeake, a provocation leading to the War of 1812.
1864   Confederate General A. P. Hill turns back a Federal flanking movement at the Weldon Railroad near Petersburg, Virginia.
1876   General Alfred Terry sends Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer to the Rosebud and Little Bighorn rivers to search for Indian villages.
1910   German bacteriologist Paul Ehrlich announces a definitive cure for syphilis.
1911   King George V of England is crowned.
1915   Austro-German forces occupy Lemberg on the Eastern Front as the Russians retreat.
1925   France and Spain agree to join forces against Abd el Krim in Morocco.
1930   A son is born to Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh.
1933   Adolf Hitler bans political parties in Germany other than the Nazis.
1938   Joe Louis floors Max Schmeling in the first round of the heavyweight bout at Yankee Stadium.
1940   France and Germany sign an armistice at Compiegne, on terms dictated by the Nazis.
1941   Under the code-name Barbarossa, Germany invades the Soviet Union.
1942   A Japanese submarine shells Fort Stevens at the mouth of the Columbia River.
1944   President Franklin Roosevelt signs the "GI Bill of Rights" to provide broad benefits for veterans of the war.
1956   The battle for Algiers begins as three buildings in The Casbah are blown up.
1970   President Richard Nixon signs the 26th amendment, lowering the voting age to 18.
1973   Skylab astronauts splash down safely in the Pacific after a record 28 days in space.
1980   The Soviet Union announces a partial withdrawal of its forces from Afghanistan.
1981   Mark David Chapman pleads guilty to killing John Lennon.
1995   Nigeria's former military ruler Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo and his chief deputy are charged with conspiracy to overthrow Gen. Sani Abacha's military government.


Related History
Legal Notice: Copyright, trade marks and other intellectual property rights in this website can not be reproduced without the prior permission.

  • Share