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The lowest minimum temperature was − 14. 6 ° C ( 5. 7 ° F ) at Gudgenby on 11 July 1971.
In July 1971, the Apollo 16 astronauts visited Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada for geology training exercises, the first time U. S. astronauts ever did so.
They were married on July 4, 1971.
On 8 July 1971 two rioters, Seamus Cusack and Desmond Beattie, were shot dead in the Bogside by soldiers in disputed circumstances.
In July 1971 Barks was granted a royalty-free license by Disney .< ref >
" Jones and Haines had two daughters: Talia Elizabeth ( born 2 October 1968 ) and Sarah Lee ( born 3 July 1971 ).
In July 1970, Macias created a single-party state and by May 1971, key portions of the constitution were abrogated.
Though the show had respectable ratings ( it sat at # 16 for the 1970-71 season ), it was dropped in July 1971 by CBS as part of the so-called " Rural Purge " ( along with fellow country-themed shows The Beverly Hillbillies, Mayberry R. F. D.
Amid charges of corruption and malfeasance against the royal family and poor economic conditions created by the severe 1971 – 72 drought, former Prime Minister Mohammad Sardar Daoud Khan seized power in a non-violent coup on July 17, 1973, while Zahir Shah was receiving treatment for eye problems and therapy for lumbago in Italy.
Kiesinger continued to head the CDU / CSU in opposition until July 1971 and remained a member of the Bundestag until 1980.
In July 1971 and again in August 1972, the regime was challenged by two attempted military coups.
He adopted the surname Abu-Jamal (" father of Jamal " in Arabic ) after the birth of his son Jamal on July 18, 1971.
Jimi Hendrix died in London in September 1970, shortly after recording Band of Gypsies ( 1970 ), Janis Joplin died of a heroin overdose in October 1970 and they were closely followed by Jim Morrison of the Doors, who died in Paris in July 1971.
It was established by Pope Paul VI on 15 July 1971 and is based in the Palazzo San Callisto, in Piazza San Callisto, Rome.
This motif is evidenced in the era of " paranoid soul " such as " Smiling Faces Sometimes " ( released by The Temptations in April 1971, and made a hit by The Undisputed Truth in July 1971 ), " I'll Take You There " ( The Staples Singers, 1972 ), " Don't Call Me Brother " ( The O ' Jays, 1973 ), " Back Stabbers " ( The O ' Jays ), and " You Caught Me Smilin ( Sly and the Family Stone, 1971 ).
Armstrong, a New Orleans native, died in July 1971.
The accident airplane, registration N93119, was manufactured by Boeing in July 1971, and purchased new by TWA.
* Paris text of the UCC from July 14, 1971.
* States Parties of UCC as revised on 24 July 1971, with Appendix Declaration relating to Article XVII and Resolution concerning Article XI.
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* July 20 – Heinie Manush, American baseball player ( died 1971 )
* July 2 – Following Pakistan's surrender to India in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, both nations sign the historic Simla Agreement, agreeing to settle their disputes bilaterally.
* July 8 – Igor Tamm, Russian physicist, Nobel Prize laureate ( d. 1971 )

July and General
-- Your July 26 editorial regarding the position of Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy on prospective tax relief for DuPont stockholders is based on an erroneous statement of fact.
The Attorney General responded by letter dated July 19.
In July 1835, Peabody published her account as an assistant to the Temple School as Record of a School: Exemplifying the General Principles of Spiritual Culture.
He became a general staff officer with IX Corps, part of General Sir Herbert Plumer's Second Army, in July 1917.
As of July 2011, General Soumaïla Bakayoko is the chief of staff of the army, and colonel-major Gervais Kouakou Kouassi is the Chief of the Gendarmerie.
On July 5, 2002 the Cubs promoted assistant general manager and player personnel director Jim Hendry to the General Manager position.
General Charles Chandler Krulak ( born March 4, 1942 ) served as the 31st Commandant of the Marine Corps from July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1999.
Général d ' armée Louis Bobozo, and Generaux de Corps d ' Armee Nyamaseko Mata Bokongo, Nzoigba Yeu Ngoli, Muke Massaku, Ingila Grima, Itambo Kambala Wa Mukina, Tshinyama Mpemba, and General de Division Yossa Yi Ayira, the last having been commander of the Kamina base, were all retired on 25 July 1972.
From July 1, 1941 to June 6, 1969, when the Army stopped publishing awards of the DSM in Department of the Army General Orders, over 2, 800 further awards were made.
* In July 2010, General Motors renewed a multi-year $ 2 billion contract with HP Enterprise Services to manage its applications and infrastructure.
The title was briefly revived from 12 December 1915 to 22 March 1916 by President Yuan Shikai and again in early July 1917 when General Zhang Xun attempted to restore last Qing emperor Puyi to the throne.
The First Battle of El Alamein ( 1 – 27 July 1942 ) was a battle of the Western Desert Campaign of the Second World War, fought between Axis forces ( Germany and Italy ) of the Panzer Army Africa ( Panzerarmee Afrika ) commanded by Field Marshal ( Generalfeldmarschall ) Erwin Rommel, and Allied ( specifically, British Imperial ) forces ( Britain, British India, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand ) of the British Eighth Army commanded by General Claude Auchinleck.
The capital of the Spanish Captaincy General of Guatemala, covering most of modern Central America, was moved here after a series of earthquakes — the Santa Marta earthquakes that started on July 29, 1773 — destroyed the old capital, Antigua Guatemala.
He returned finally to London to cover the 1945 UK General Election at the beginning of July.
In July 1780, 5, 000 veteran French troops led by General Comte Donatien de Rochambeau arrived at Newport, Rhode Island to aid in the war effort.
In July 1978, in a sudden move, the other SMC officers forced Acheampong to resign, replacing him with Lieutenant General Akuffo.
General Mejía allowed a managed return to democracy in Guatemala, starting with a July 1, 1984 election for a Constituent Assembly to draft a democratic constitution.
Once again, General Sherman flanks the Confederate army, forcing Johnston to retreat to Peachtree Creek ( July 20 ), five miles northeast of Atlanta.
On 17 July 1936, General Francisco Franco led the colonial army from Morocco to attack the mainland, while another force from the north under General Sanjurjo moved south from Navarre.
In July 2011, President Lobo announced that Honduras would recognise the State of Palestine and support its admission to the General Assembly in September.
On 21 June 1941, the day before invasion of the Soviet Union, Himmler commissioned the preparation of the Generalplan Ost ( General Plan for the East ); the plan was finalised in July 1942.
In July of that year, AM General ( a subsidiary of American Motors Corporation ) began preliminary design work, and less than a year later, the first prototype was in testing.
He was promoted acting lieutenant-general in July 1940, and appointed the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief ( GOC-in-C ) of the Southern Command, which was responsible for the defence of south-west England.
On 8 July, de Valera met General Macready, the British commander in chief in Ireland and agreed terms.

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