History of 13 July

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History of 13 July

1931 – A major German financial institution, Danabank, failed. This led to the closing of all banks in Germany until August 5.

1941 – Britain and the Soviet Union signed a mutual aid pact, that provided the means for Britain to send war material to the Soviet Union.

1954 – In Geneva, the United States, Great Britain and France reached an accord on Indochina which divided Vietnam into two countries, North and South, along the 17th parallel.

1972 – Carroll Rosenbloom (owner of the Baltimore Colts) and Robert Irsay (owner of the Los Angeles Rams) traded teams.

1973 – David Bedford set a new world record in the 10,000-meter race in London. His time was 27 minutes, 31 seconds.

1978 – Lee Iacocca was fired as president of Ford Motor Co. by chairman Henry Ford II.

1982 – The All-Star Game was played outside the United States for the first time. They played in Montreal, Canada.

1984 – In Arkansas, Terry Wallis was injured in a car accident and was left comatose. He came out of the coma in June of 2003.

1998 – “Image of an Assassination” went on sale. The video documentary is of Abraham Zapruder’s home video of U.S. President Kennedy’s assassination in Dallas.

1998 – RealNetworks Inc. rolled out a test version of RealSystem G2. G2 is a streaming video and audio delivery system.

2000 – The United States and Vietnam singed a major trade agreement. The pact still needed to be approved by the U.S. Congress.

2000 – Sprint Corp. and WorldCom canceled their planned merger due to opposition by regulators in the United States and Europe.

2003 – French DGSE personnel abort an operation to rescue Íngrid Betancourt from FARC rebels in Colombia, causing a political scandal when details are leaked to the press.

2008 – Battle of Wanat begins when Taliban and al-Qaeda guerrillas attack US Army and Afghan National Army troops in Afghanistan. The U.S. deaths were, at that time, the most in a single battle since the beginning of operations in 2001.

2011 – Mumbai is rocked by three bomb blasts during the evening rush hour, killing 26 and injuring 130.

2011 – United Nations Security Council Resolution 1999 is adopted, which admits South Sudan to member status of United Nations.

2013 – Typhoon Soulik kills at least nine people and affects more than 160 million in East China and Taiwan.

2016 – Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Cameron resigns, and is succeeded by Theresa May.

Celebrating Birthday Today

1981 – Mirco Lorenzetto, Italian cyclist
1982 – Shin-Soo Choo, South Korean baseball player
1982 – Nick Kenny, Australian rugby league player
1982 – Yadier Molina, Puerto Rican-American baseball player
1983 – Kristof Beyens, Belgian sprinter
1983 – Marco Pomante, Italian footballer
1983 – Liu Xiang, Chinese hurdler
1984 – Ida Maria, Norwegian singer-songwriter and guitarist
1985 – Trell Kimmons, American sprinter
1985 – Guillermo Ochoa, Mexican footballer
1985 – Charlotte Dujardin, English equestrian
1988 – Marcos Paulo Gelmini Gomes, Brazilian-Italian footballer
1988 – Colton Haynes, American actor, model and singer
1988 – Tulisa, English singer-songwriter and actress
1989 – Leon Bridges, American soul singer, songwriter and record producer
1989 – Justin Chua, Filipino basketball player
1989 – Charis Giannopoulos, Greek basketball player
1990 – Kieran Foran, New Zealand rugby league player
1990 – Eduardo Salvio, Argentinian footballer
1992 – Elise Matthysen, Belgian swimmer
1993 – Daniel Bentley, English footballer
1995 – Cody Bellinger, American baseball player
1995 – Dante Exum, Australian basketball player
1996 – Amini Cishugi (sw), Congolese writer and youtuber
2003 – Wyatt Oleff, American child actor
2005 – Kyle Harrison Breitkopf, Canadian child actor

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