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On this day, Jul 6 …
1854: An anti-slavery gathering is hold during Under a Oaks in Jackson, Mich. The gathering results in a initial of a Republican Party’s strange height and a initial line-up of candidates.
Also on this day:
- 1933: The initial MLB All-Star Game is hold in Chicago.
- 1942: Anne Frank, her relatives and sister enter a “secret annex” in an Amsterdam building where they were after assimilated by 4 other people; they censor from Nazi occupiers for dual years before being detected and arrested.
- 1944: An estimated 168 people die in a glow that breaks out during a opening in a categorical tent of a Ringling Bros. and Barnum Bailey Circus in Hartford, Conn.
- 1945: President Harry S. Truman signs an executive sequence substantiating a Medal of Freedom.
- 1957: Althea Gibson becomes the initial black tennis actor to win a Wimbledon singles pretension as she defeats fellow American Darlene Hard 6-3, 6-2.
- 1957: Sixteen-year-old John Lennon initial meets 15-year-old Paul McCartney when Lennon’s band, a Quarrymen skiffle group, performs a gig during St. Peter’s Church in Woolton, Liverpool.
- 1964: The film “A Hard Day’s Night,” starring The Beatles, has its universe premiere in London.
- 1988: A large blast on a Piper Alpha oil drilling height in a North Sea kills 167 people.
- 2016: Pokemon Go, an AR-based game, is released.
- 2017: France announces that it will anathema a sale of gas vehicles by 2040.
- 2018: The United States and China impose tariffs on billions of dollars of any other’s products in what Beijing called a “biggest trade fight in mercantile history.”