The July 8th is the 189e Jour of the Année (190e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier.
1 to 1900
1343 : Treaty of Kalisz between Polish and Teutoniques: the Cujavie and the area of Dobrzyń return to Poland in exchange of the perpetual offering of the Poméranie de Gdańsk and the area of Chełmno to the Order.
- 1582 : Henri III, king de France, gives by letters patent, inter alia goods, the Duché of Stamps to his/her sister Marguerite de Valois, queen of Navarre and marries future Henri IV. She will hold this duchy until in 1599.
- 1653 : battle of Rethel, the Ardennes (France), gained by Turenne, Marshal of France, against the Large Cop, combined with the Spain
- 1750: Discovered ruins of Palenque in News-Spain (current Mexico).
- 1758 : With the Battle of Strong Chime (Strong Ticonderoga), Ticonderoga, in the south of the lake Champlain (nowadays in the State of New York) 3 600 men (of which the 400 Canadians of the Knight of Lévis) break the attack of the 15 000 British and their allies under the orders of the general major James Abercrombie.
- 1810 : Currently called island of the Meeting, the Bonaparte island is taken with the France by the Britanniques (unloaded day before).
- 1862 : In Washington, the law Morrill prohibiting the bigamy and polygamy between into force.
- 1889 : With Richburg (the Mississippi, E. - U.), John L. Sullivan gains the last championship of Boxe disputed naked fists by beating Jake Kilrain in 75 rounds
- 1908: Therese Peltier, French sculptrice is the first woman to be gone up in a Avion.
- 1950 : War of Korea - the general Douglas Mac Arthur is named commander-in-chief of the forces of Korea.
- 1954 : the 41e Tour de France cyclist share of Amsterdam, with the Netherlands.
- 1975 : Earthquake on the site of Pagan, in Burma: many monuments are destroyed.
- 1982 : celebrate football game France-Germany during the Football world cup of 1982
- 1986: The president Habib Bourguiba relieves its Prime Minister Mohamed Mzali.
- 1990 : The Germany gains the Football world cup organized in Italy.
- 1992 : creation of the banking Smart card by Roland Moreno.
- 1478 : Gian Giorgio Trissino known as Trissin , writer and Italian poet of the Rebirth. († December 8th 1550).
- 1621 : Jean of the Fountain, poet and fabulist French († April 13rd 1695)
- 1735: Domenico Agostino Vandelli, Italian Naturalist . († June 27th 1816).
- 1808 : George Robert Gray, zoologist and British writer († 1872).
- 1829 : Ponson of Terrail (Pierre Alexis de Ponson), French feuilletonist
- 1831: John Stith Pemberton inventive of the Coca-Cola
- 1838: Ferdinand von Zeppelin, inventor of the airship († March 8th 1917)
- 1839: John Davison Rockefeller, capitalist, founder of Standard Oil († May 23rd 1937)
- 1857: Alfred Binet, pedagog and psychologist French († October 28th 1911), inventor of psychometry.
- 1900 : George Antheil, American Type-setter. († February 12th 1959).
- 1906 : Philip Johnson, American architect
- 1908: Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller, American politician († January 26th 1979)
- 1925: Jean Cau, writer, French, († 1993)
- 1927: Jean-Marc Verrault, Québécois doctor, descendant of Barthélémi Verreau (first Verrault born in News-France on July 13rd, 1678 with Castle-Richer).
- 1932 : Bernard Dovka Kavibor, member and chaliakh of the Youth movement HACHOMER HATZAR, are " monté" and realized In Kiboutz Hatzor.
- 1935 : Vitali Sevastyanov, Russian cosmonaut
- 1942: Louis Schweitzer, French businessman.
- 1945 : Micheline Calmy-Rey, Swiss political woman
- 1957: Mimie Mathy, actress and French humorist
- 1958: Kevin Bacon, American actor
- 1967: Stephan Belmondo, musician of Jazz French.
- Claude François Junior, wire of Claude François and Isabelle Forest
- Michael Weatherly, actor, American
- 1975: Claire Keim, actress and French singer
- 1977: Milo Ventimiglia, American actor
- 1982: Sophia Bush, American actress
- 975: Edgar King d' Angleterre.
- 1134 : Raingarde de Semur, religious bénédictine French. (° v. 1075).
- 1253 : Thibaut Ier de Navarre, king de Navarre since 1234, or Thibaut IV of Champagne, known as Thibaut Chansonnier , Count de Champagne.
- 1617 : Leonora Galigaï, widow of Concino Concini, marshal of Anchor, is decapitated and its body then burned in place of Strike, with Paris
- 1623: Gregoire XV ( Alessandro Ludovisi ), 234 ème Pope of the Catholic church.
- 1650 : Nicolas de Bellièvre, president with mortar of the Parliament of Paris (° 1583)
- 1689: Richard Otis, ancestor of the Otis of America.
- 1740 : Pierre Vine, Father sulpician founder of the Congregation of the Sisters of Blessed Sacrament
- 1822: Percy Bysshe Shelley, British poet .
- 1827 : Robert Surcouf, marine French (° 1773)
- 1916: Augustin Cochin, historian and philosopher French.
- 1933 : Anthony Hope, author (“The Prisoner off Zenda”).
- 1943 : Jean Moulin, 44 years, politician and large Resistant French (° June 20th 1899)
- 1962: Georges Bataille, writer French (° 1897)
- 1967: Vivien Leigh, 53 years, British actress . (° November 5th 1913).
- 1979 : Tommaso Landolfi, 70 years, writer Italy N. (° August 9th 1908).
- 1994 :
- Kim Il Sung, 82 years, chairs North Korea. (° April 15th 1912).
- Christian-Jaque, 89 years, French realizer. (° August 4th 1904).
- 1999 : Charles Conrad, 69 years, American astronaut (° June 2nd 1930)
- 2005: Maurice Bucket, 94 years, French violoncellist and actor (° May 26th 1911)
- 2007 :
Catholic and orthodoxe saints of the day
- Thibaut or Thibault of Marly, abbot of Be worth of Cernay.
- Kilian, Colman and Totnan, bishop, priest and deacon Irish evangelists of Franconie.
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