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Jun 2015

 
1

First Day of Winter

2

Novelist Thomas Hardy Born (1840)

Alfred Deakin Elected Prime Minister for 3rd Time (1909)

Queen Elizabeth II Crowned (1953)

Mars Express Probe Launched (2003)

3

Mabo Day (1992)

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

First AIDS Report Published (1981)

6

YMCA Founded (1844)

D-Day (1944)

7

Kids Day

Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee (1977)

8

Foundation Day (WA)

Queen's Birthday Holiday

World Oceans Day

9

Hong Kong Leased to UK for 99 Years (1898)

10

Old Age Pensions Act (1900)

Italy Replaced Monarchy With Republic (1946)

11

Great Barrier Reef Discovered (1770)

Ecologist Jacques Cousteau Born (1910)

First Hovercraft Officially Launched (1959)

12

World Day Against Child Labour

Anne Frank Born (1929)

Nelson Mandela Jailed for Life (1964)

First Man-powered Flight Across English Channel (1979)

13

Presidents of North & South Korea Met (2000)

14

World Blood Donor Day

First Commercial Computer Introduced (1951)

15

Magna Carta Signed (1215)

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

Ramadan Begins

Napoleon Defeated at Battle of Waterloo (1815)

19

Juneteenth (Liberation of US Slaves) (1865)

Novelist Salman Rushdie Born (1947)

20

Queen Victoria Crowned (1837)

$2 Coin Introduced (1988)

21

Winter Solstice

Global Motor Neuron Disease Day

World Music Day

Prince William Born (1982)

22

CSIRO Established (1926)

Hitler Invaded USSR (1941)

Major-General Michael Jeffery Appointed Governor-General of Australia (2003)

23

Alan Turing Born (1912)

24

Henry VIII Crowned King of England (1509)

Term "Flying Saucers" First Used (1947)

25

Korean War Began (1950)

26

International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking

Red Nose Day

Bicycle Patented (1819)

Inventor of the Thermometer Born (1824)

First Map of Human Genome Completed (2000)

27

Educator Helen Keller Born (1880)

Report Linking Smoking with Lung Cancer Published (1957)

28

Treaty of Versailles Ended WWI (1919)

29

First Wimbledon Tennis Tournament Held (1877)

Remote Control Introduced (1964)

30

Proposed Leap Second Adjustment Day

 

 

 

 

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