The July 9th is the 190e Jour of the Année (191e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier.
597 av. J. - C.: Eclipse of the sun predicted by Thalès.
1 to 1900
- 1386 : Léopold III of Habsbourg is overcome and killed by confederated the Suisse S with the Bataille of Sempach.
- 1423 : Zbigniew Oleśnicki is named bishop of Cracow.
- 1429 : Jeanne d' Arc makes open the doors of Troyes to Charles VII, which it will make crown with Rheims.
- 1441 : In recognition of its services, Charles VII, by letters patent, anoblit, like all its family, Huet Léguisé - brother of Jean Léguisé, bishop of Troyes between 1426 and 1450 - which, during the War One hundred Year old, had been opposed to the Bourguignons and had managed to make open, the doors of Troyes to Jeanne d' Arc, which led it to Rheims to make it crown, in July 1429.
- 1750 : The Academy of Dijon crown the Speech on sciences and arts of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, which will be published the following year.
- 1762 : Catherine II empress of Russia.
- 1789 : The Parliament chaired by the archbishop of Vienna, Jean-Georges Lefranc de Pompignan, declares “ constituent National Assembly ”.
- 1810 :
- Napoleon Bonaparte appendix the Holland with the France and divides it into seven departments.
- Taken by the British the day before, the Bonaparte island takes again its old name of island Bourbon.
- 1816 : Independence of the Argentinian .
- 1860 : Massacre Damas
- 1877: Beginning of the first Tournament of Wimbledon.
- 1960 : A decree authorizes the Péage on the French Autoroute S .
- 1970 : The duration of the Military service French is brought back to a year.
- 1972 : With alternate Barcelona (Spain), of Julio Robles, Spanish Matador.
- 1986 : Explosion of a bomb in an appendix of the police headquarter of Paris which will make 1 dead and 22 wounded.
- 1991 :
- After 30 years of suspension, the South Africa reinstates the Olympic movement.
- the International federation of the human rights quotes the violations of the Human rights made by the Sûreté of Quebec (SQ) and the military personnel during the Crise of Oka.
- 1993 : The discovered remainders with Iekaterinbourg are identified like those of the emperor Nicolas II of Russia and its family.
- 1999 : Lyonpo Sangay Ngedup becomes Prime Minister for the Bhutan.
- 2000 : Pete Sampras enters the legend of the Tennis: it gains for the 7th time the tournament of Wimbledon and added up the greatest number of victories finally of the Grand Slam.
- Finales of the 1st Open of France of Sarbacane Sportive
- Roger Federer gains Wimbledon for the fourth time of its career.
- Final of the World cup of football opposing the Italy to the France: Victoire of the Italy at the conclusion of a match (1-1) which will end in a meeting of Shootings to the Goal (5-3), after the expulsion of Zinedine Zidane for its blow of head on Italian Marco Materazzi, for the Italy, which gains its fourth World cup thus.
- 1701 : Jean Frederic Phélypeaux count of Maurepas, French politician († November 21st 1781).
- 1755 : Edouard-Léonor Havin, appointed French († 1829)
- 1872: Montéhus, chansonnier, author of the Red Hillock († 1952).
- 1889 : James Paul Chapin, American Ornithologist († 1964).
- 1897 : Jean Cassou, writer, French († January 15th 1986).
- 1901 : Barbara Cartland, British writer († May 21st 2000), author of hundreds of novels of “romantic fiction”
- 1909: Paul Ricard, industrial French († November 7th 1997).
- 1921 : Albert Ducrocq, scientist, journalist and writer French († 2001)
- 1934: Pierre Perret, author-interprets, French.
- 1935 : Wim Duisenberg, Dutch politician, chairs it to it European Central bank of 1998 2003 († July 30th 2005).
- 1943 : John H. Casper, American astronaut
- 1946: Good Scott, singer of the group rock'n'roll AC/DC († 1980)
- 1947: O.J. Simpson, American footballer
- 1946: William Sheller, author, type-setter, interprets French
- 1952: Didier Gosuin politicking and Belgian fiscalist born with Ixelles. Burgomaster of the commune of Auderghem and Ministre of Brussels.
- 1956 : Tom Hanks, American movie actor
- 1964: Courtney Love, American actress
- 1975: Jack White, American musician, leader of the group The White Stripes
- 1979: Patrice Bart-Williams, German singer
- 1386 : Léopold III of Habsbourg, duke of Carinthie and Styrie.
- 1535 : Antoine Duprat, cardinal, chancellor of France
- 1746: Philippe V of Spain, 62 years, king of Espagnes and the the Indies (° December 19th 1683).
- 1843 : Washington Allston, 63 years, painter, poet and American writer (° November 5th 1779)
- 1850: Jean Pierre Boyer, 74 years, chairs of Haiti (February 15th 1776)
- 1856: Amedeo Avogadro, 79 years, chemist and physicist Italy N (° August 9th 1776)
- 1925: Rene Quinton, biologist French
- 1955: Adolfo of Huerta, president of the Mexico in 1920
- 1967: Eugen Fischer, German anthropologist
- 1974: Earl Warren, 83 years, lawyer and an American politician (° March 19th 1891)
- 1977: Alice Paul, 92 years, feminist American (° January 11th 1885)
- Rod Steiger, 77 years, American actor (° the April 14th 1925)
- Vladimir V. Vasyutin, Ukrainian cosmonaut (° March 8th 1952)
- 2004: Jean Lefebvre, 84 years, actor French (° the October 3rd 1919)
- 2007: Andre Chouraqui, 89 years, writer free - Israeli, translator of the Bible and the Coran. (° August 11th 1917).
- Holy Amandine: Holy catholic. Franciscain E missionary, it was assassinated by the Boxers on July 9th 1900 in China.
Beats-smg: Lėipas 9 Be-X-old: 9 ліпеня Fiu-vro: 9. hainakuu päiv Nds-nl: 9 juli Simple: July 9 Zh-yue: 7 月 9 號
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