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1879: Eugene Napoleon, the last heir to Napoleon's dynasty, is killed fighting for Britain in the Zulu Wars.

1962: Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann is hanged in Israel for orchestrating genocide against the Jewish people.

1967: British pop group The Beatles release the groundbreaking album 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'.
1940: The last ship of 'Operation Dynamo' leaves Dunkirk, completing the evacuation of 338,226 Allied troops.

1989: Chinese troops open fire on pro-democracy protests in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, killing hundreds.
1903: A new element, Polonium, discovered by Curie husband and wife team
1938: Sigmund Freud leaves Austria for refuge in London
1942: Japanese suffer heavy losses at Midway Island
1970: Tonga independence
1738: King George III
1811: Harriet Beecher Stowe, American novelist
1910: Christopher Cockerell, Hovercraft inventor
[SIZE=-2]1887 J.S. Pemberton's Coca-Cola label was registered.
[SIZE=-2]1869 Ives McGaffey patented the[/SIZE] [SIZE=-2]vacuum cleaner, a "sweeping machine."
[SIZE=-2]1980 Atari's "Asteroids" and "Lunar Lander" are the 1st two video games registered in the Copyright Office.[/SIZE]

i dont have much of anything... my grandfather was born on 1931 june 20th, and i on 1989 june 23rd so post those up then lol
Today would seem to be a good day to start a conflict !

1948: The 'Berlin Airlift' begins when the order is given to fly supplies over the Soviet blockade into West Berlin.

1950: North Korea invades South Korea by crossing the '38th Parallel', igniting the Korean War.

1991: Croatia and Slovenia declare their independence from Yugoslavia, sparking eight years of war in the Balkans.
well i have to put this one:
1992: world peace was first attempted between 192 countries after the birth of Prince Ali (i was gonna put king but that sounds too stuck up)
1867: Barbed wire patented
1945: United Nations founded
1950: North Korean troops move into South Korea
1987: The USSR begins major changes to its economy to make it more like a Western economy
1975: Hunting of Finback whales banned
1977: French Somaliland becomes the independent country of Djibouti
1462: Louis XII, King of France
1846: Charles Stewart Parnell, Irish leader
1859: Mildred Hill, Composer of 'Happy Birthday'
1880: Helen Keller, American author
1834: Queen Victoria crowned at Westminster Abbey
1939: PANAM begins a regular air service from the United States to Europe
1950: North Korean forces capture Seoul
1966: The US breaks diplomatic links with Argentina after a military takeover
1721: Jean-Jacques Rousseau, French writer
1927: Mel Brooks, American comedy director and actor
1946: Gilda Radner, American actress