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June 2016 Educators' Calendar

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Jun 2016

 

 

 
1

Charles De Gaulle Became French Premier (1958)

2

Novelist Thomas Hardy Born (1840)

Composer Edward Elgar Born (1857)

Radio Patented (1896)

Queen Elizabeth II Crowned (1953)

3

Duke of Windsor Married Wallis Simpson (1937)

4

International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression

Tiananmen Square Demonstrations Quelled (1989)

5

UN World Environment Day

Arab-Israeli Six-Day War Began (1967)

First AIDS Report Published (1981)

6

Ramadan Begins

YMCA Founded (1844)

D-Day (1944)

June 6-12

Carers Week

7

Louis XIV Crowned (1654)

Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee (1977)

8

World Oceans Day

Prophet Muhammad Died (632)

Sir Galahad and Sir Tristram Bombed in Falklands War (1982)

9

Hong Kong Leased to UK for 99 Years (1898)

10

Father's Day

Italy Replaced Monarchy With Republic (1946)

Millennium Bridge Temporarily Closed Due to Swaying (2000)

11

Shavuot (Jewish Festival) Begins at Sundown

King Henry VIII Married First Wife (1509)

Great Barrier Reef Discovered (1770)

Ecologist Jacques Cousteau Born (1910)

First Hovercraft Officially Launched (1959)

12

Anne Frank Born (1929)

Nelson Mandela Jailed for Life (1964)

First Man-powered Flight Across English Channel (1979)

13

Poet William Butler Yeats Born (1865)

Presidents of North & South Korea Met (2000)

14

World Blood Donor Day

German Troops Entered Paris; Auschwitz Opened (1940)

First Commercial Computer Introduced (1951)

15

Magna Carta Signed (1215)

Musician Mick Jagger Knighted (2002)

16

Day of the African Child

Wars of the Roses Ended (1487)

Valentina Tereshkova First Woman in Space (1963)

17

World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought

Artist M.C. Escher Born (1898)

Republic of Iceland Established (1944)

18

Napoleon Defeated at Battle of Waterloo (1815)

19

Juneteenth (Liberation of U.S. Slaves) (1865)

Novelist Salman Rushdie Born (1947)

20

Summer Solstice

Queen Victoria Crowned (1837)

Pervez Musharraf Became President of Pakistan (2001)

21

Prince William Born (1982)

22

Hitler Invaded USSR (1941)

23

Mathematician Alan Turing Born (1912)

24

Robert the Bruce Won Battle of Bannockburn (1314)

Henry VIII Crowned King of England (1509)

Term "Flying Saucers" First Used (1947)

25

Bring Your Bear Day

Novelist George Orwell Born (1903)

Korean War Began (1950)

First Colour TV Broadcast (1951)

26

Bicycle Patented (1819)

Inventor of the Thermometer Born (1824)

UPC (Barcode) First Scanned in a Retail Outlet (1974)

First Map of Human Genome Completed (2000)

27

Armed Forces Day

Political Leader Charles Stewart Parnell Born (1842)

Educator Helen Keller Born (1880)

Report Linking Smoking with Lung Cancer Published (1957)

28

Treaty of Versailles Ended WWI (1919)

29

Shakespeare's Theatre Destroyed by Fire (1613)

Remote Control Introduced (1964)

30

Proposed Leap Second Adjustment Day

Siberian Explosion (1908)

 

 


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