The July 15th is the 196e Jour of the Année (197e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier.
1 to 1900
- 1450: Jean Espervier is named bishop of Saint-Malo. It will remain it until its death in 1486.
- 1533 : Pose first stone of the Town hall of Paris.
- 1588 : Henri III is constrained to sign with the Ligue the edict of Union, by which it names Henri, duke of Own way, known as the Gash , general Lieutenant of the armies of the kingdom.
- 1691 : Crowning of the Innocent Pope XII.
- 1789 :
- Common of Paris: Jean Sylvain Bailly is named mayor of Paris, Manuel to the police force. Fayette is named ordering national guard.
- has Rennes, crowd seizes the Arsenal; the soldiers refuse to shoot at the people.
- 1801 : Signature of the Legal settlement between France and the Vatican.
- 1884 : Publication with Brussels, in the Re-examined of the Young person Belgium , of “Worms of Love”, Poetries of Georges Rodenbach, poet Belgian Symbolist.
- 1974: in France, Francoise Giroud, political woman, enter to the government to the post of Secretary of State to the Female condition, lately created.
- 1990 : Hundreds of Albanian arrive in France where they received asylum.
- 1993 : First meeting between the Nepalese Minister for the Interior Sher Bahadur Deuba and its counterpart Bhutanese Dago Tshring on the question of the refugees, which worries the two governments.
- 1997 : Slobodan Milosevic is elected president of the Federal republic of Yugoslavia (RFY).
2002 : Ahmed Omar Saïd Sheik, an islamist militant of British origin, considered as the organizer of the removal and the assassination of the American journalist Daniel Pearl, is condemned to died to Hyderabad (Pakistan).
- 2005 : The downtown area of the Harbor (Seine-Maritime), destroyed in 1944 by aviation British and rebuilt by the neo-classic architect French Auguste Perret, is registered with the World heritage UNESCO.
- 2007 : The launching of Vélib', 10.000 bicycles in self-service with Paris having to pass to 20.000 at the end of 2007, illustrates after Vélo' v with Lyon the rise of the vélopartage.
- 2007 : the old communes inhabitants of Guadeloupe of Saint Martin's day and St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre become officially two communities of overseas pursuant to the third subparagraph of article 73 of the constitution, following the referendum on the statute of these islands of December 2004.
- 1553: Ernest de Habsbourg, future governor of Belgium, wire of the emperor Maximilien II and of Marie of Spain.
- 1606 : Rembrandt, Flemish painter († 1669).
- 1827 : Carl Ludwig Doleschall (or Doleschal) Austrian Naturalist († 1859).
- 1848 : Vilfredo Pareto, Italian economist († 1923).
- 1871 :
- : Henryk Arctowski, geologist, oceanographer and meterologist Polish († 1958)
- : Kunikida Doppo, writer Japan board († June 23rd, 1908)
- 1883: Louis Lavelle, philosopher († 1951)
- 1906: Henryk Zygalski, mathematician and cryptologist Polish († August 30th 1978)
- 1909: Jean Hamburger, doctor and academician French († 1992).
- 1911 : Edward Shackleton, British traveller († 1994).
- 1919 : Iris Murdoch, writer († 1999).
- 1930 : Jacques Derrida, Philosopher French († 2004).
- 1938 : Larry Cohen, realizer, producer and scenario writer américan.
- 1939 : Aníbal Cavaco Silva, current president of the Portuguese Republic.
- 1946 : Hassanal Bolkiah, sultan of Brunei Darussalam
- 1947: Camilla Parker-Bowles (born Camilla Shand), mistress then partner of Charles, prince de Galles (born in 1948).
- 1948 : Anne Sinclair, journalist Frenchwoman
- 1953: Jean-Bertrand Aristide, president d' Haïti in 1991, of 1994 with 1996 and of 2001 with 2004.
- 1959 :
- 1961 : Jean-Christophe Grangé, writer French.
- 1966 : Irene Jacob, French Actress
- 1976: Diane Kruger, German Actress .
- 1977 : Ray Toro, Guitarist of the group My Chemical Lovesong
- 1979: Alexander Frei, Swiss Footballer
- 1981: Alou Diarra, Footballer French
- 1985: Benjamin Lemaire, Realizer French
- 1300 : Henri Fleming, bishop of Varmie.
- 1445 : Jeanne Beaufort, wife of the king Jacques Ier of Scotland. (° v. 1407).
- 1614 : Pierre de Brantôme ( Pierre de Bourdeille ), poet and writer French. (° v. 1540).
- 1758 : Stub Ambrosius, Danish poet
- 1861: Adam Jerzy Czartoryski, prince, statesman and writer Polish († July 15th 1861)
- 1882: Jacques Dehaene, man of the church and politician French (° September 16th 1809)
- 1904: Anton Tchekhov, Russian playwright
- 1927: Constancy Markievicz, Irish revolutionist (° 1868)
- 1931: Ladisluas Bortkievitch, economist Polish
- 1979: Gustavo Díaz Ordaz, president of Mexico of 1964 with 1970
- 1997: Gianni Versace
- 2000 : Paul Young, singer of the group Sad Coffee and Mike & the Mechanics
Catholic and orthodoxe saints of the day
- Cyr and Julitte de Tarse (+ towards 305), martyrs, owners of the town of Villejuif (Julittae Villa).
- Donald d' Ogifvy (8th century), in Scotland.
- Vladimir prince de Kiev (+ 1015), equal to the apostles.
Catholic saints of the day
- Bernard de Bade (+ 1458), margrave de died Bade with Montiscalier (in Italian Moncalieri) in Piedmont.
Beats-smg: Lėipas 15 Be-X-old: 15 ліпеня Fiu-vro: 15. hainakuu päiv Nds-nl: 15 juli Simple: July 15 Zh-yue: 7 月 15 號
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