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In the Gregorian Calendar, June 1 is the 52th
(hundredth – fiftieth second) day of the year.

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Quote of the Day…

What moves the world is not the powerful arms of heroes, but the sum of the little pushes of each honest worker.

— Helen Keller
Deaf-blind American writer (died June 1, 1968).

Events that Happened “A Day as Today”

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Events that Happened “Such a Day as Today” / Image Credit: Gerd Altmann

June 1 – A Day as Today – Events

  • 217 a. C. (approximate date): about 100 km south of Turin, in Cisalpine Gaul and Liguria (northwestern Italy) an earthquake happens. The Vesuvius volcano was in continuous eruption until the following year. All this year there are several earthquakes in Italy.
  • 70 a. C .: in Shandong (China) there is an earthquake of magnitude 7 on the Richter seismological scale (I = 9), landslide (freshet). Leaves a balance of 6000 victims.
  • 69: civil war breaks out in the Roman Empire.
  • 193: Emperor Didius Julian was assassinated in Rome.
  • 987: in France, Hugo Capet is elected king.
  • 1204: in France, King Philip Augustus conquers Rouen.
  • 1252: Alfonso X the Wise, is proclaimed King of Castilla y León.
  • 1283: in the Treaty of Rheinfelden, Duke Rudolph I of Austria claims his rights to the duchies of Austria and Styria.
  • 1485: Matthias Corvinus of Hungary takes Vienna from Frederick III.
  • 1495: in Scotland, the friar John Cor makes his first sample of Scotch whiskey.
  • 1533: the city of Cartagena de Indias is founded on the Caribbean coast of present-day Colombia.
  • 1533: in England, Ana Bolena is crowned successor of her husband Henry VIII.
  • 1572: the city of Huancayo is founded in Peru.
  • 1649: in Northern Samar (Philippines), the native Agustín Sumuroy begins a revolt against the Spanish conquerors. A year later he will be captured and beheaded.
  • 1660: in the colony of Boston (Massachusetts) the British Quaker Mary Dyer (49) is hanged for repeatedly disobeying the law that established that God spoke only through the clergy.
  • 1778: in Spain, a group of people from Malaga, the majority from Alhaurín de la Torre, set sail in the brig San José bound for New Orleans, where they would found the city of New Iberia.
  • 1779: in the United States ―in the framework of the War of Independence against Great Britain―, General Benedict Arnold (38) is tried for corruption. The following year he perpetrated treason by going over to the British side and fighting the Americans.
  • 1783: During the Spanish colonization of America, by order of the viceroy of the Río de la Plata Juan José de Vértiz y Salcedo, the town of San José de Mayo (today the capital of the Uruguayan department of San José) is founded.
  • 1792 – Kentucky becomes the 15th state in the Union.
  • 1796: Tennessee becomes the 16th state in the Union.
  • 1806: in France, the republican calendar, established by Napoleon, is replaced by the Gregorian.
  • 1812: In the United States, President James Madison proposes to Congress to declare war on the United Kingdom.
  • 1815: Napoleon swears allegiance to the Constitution of France.
  • 1816: the Congress of Paraguay names José Gaspar Rodríguez de Francia “perpetual dictator.”
  • 1831: James Clark Ross discovers the magnetic north pole.
  • 1855: American adventurer William Walker invades Nicaragua and reinstates slavery.
  • 1862: in Fair Oaks (United States) within the framework of the United States Civil War, the Battle of the Seven Pines is fought: the sets end with both sides claiming victory.
  • 1868: Treaty of Bosque Redondo sign a treaty with the Navajo people to return to their fields in Arizona and New Mexico.
  • 1869: in Spain, the Constituent Courts proclaim the new Constitution.
  • 1879: Napoleon Eugene, son and heir of Napoleon III, dies during the Zulu war.
  • 1893: in Argentina, the publication of the Official Gazette of the Argentine Republic begins.
  • 1898: in Cuba, the American fleet begins the blockade of Santiago.
  • 1900: in Santiago de Chile the newspaper El Mercurio is inaugurated.
  • 1901: the Chinese city of Tientsin suffers the Boxer Rebellion.
  • 1903: in Peru, Manuel Candamo is appointed president.
  • 1907: the General José María Córdova Military School for Cadets is founded in Colombia, the main training center for the Colombian National Army.
  • 1910: Robert Falcon Scott’s South Pole expedition leaves England.
  • 1913: the Liceo José Victorino Lastarria is founded in Chile.
  • 1918: in the framework of the First World War the Battle of Belleau Wood is fought: the allied forces under the command of John J. Pershing and James Harbord defeat the German forces.
  • 1920: in Berlin the first universal exhibition of Dadaism is inaugurated.
  • 1920: in Mexico, Adolfo de la Huerta is appointed president.
  • 1921 – In Tulsa, Oklahoma, armed white men aided by members of the police perpetrate the Tulsa Massacre, killing about 300 African-Americans, wounding about 6,000 men, women and children, and setting fire to the entire affluent Greenwood neighborhood (known as’ the Negro Wall Street ‘). In 2001 the descendants were economically repaired.
  • 1921: the Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba Sports Club is founded in the Argentine city of Godoy Cruz (Mendoza province).
  • 1923: in the city of Istanbul (Turkey), followers of the Turkish Orthodox Church beat and try to kidnap Patriarch Meletius IV Metaxakis.
  • 1929: in Buenos Aires (Argentina) the First Conference of the Communist Parties of Latin America takes place (until June 12).
  • 1935: the first driving tests are created in the United Kingdom.
  • 1939: the first flight of the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 fighter takes place in Germany.
  • 1941: in World War II, the Battle of Crete ends with the capitulation of Crete to the German Nazis.
  • 1941: in Baghdad (Iraq) ―immediately after the British victory in the Anglo-Iraqi War (from April 18 to May 30, 1941) – the Sunni Muslim population, instigated by the Nazi ambassador Fritz Grobba, perpetrates a farhud (‘violent dispossession’): between 1 and 2 June it kills 175 Iraqi Jews and wounds about 1000.
  • 1942: in World War II, the Warsaw newspaper Liberty Brigade publishes its first issue in the concentration camps.
  • 1942: In Mexico the National Navy Day is instituted to honor the crews of the Mexican tank ships Potrero del Llano and Faja de Oro sunk by German submarines on May 13 and 20 of that same year, actions where they left their lives many Mexican sailors.
  • 1943: BOAC Flight 777 is shot down over the Bay of Biscay by several German Junkers Ju 88 planes. Actor Leslie Howard dies. It is assumed that it was an attempt to kill Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
  • 1944: in Cuba, Ramón Grau San Martín is elected president.
  • 1945: In World War II, the United States bombs the civilian population of Osaka.
  • 1946: in Romania Ion Antonescu, the conductor (leader) of that country during the Second World War, is executed.
  • 1948: in Cuba, Carlos Prío Socarrás is elected president.
  • 1952: in Spain ration cards are abolished.
  • 1952: In area 3 of the Nevada nuclear test site, the United States detonates the George (or “G”) atomic bomb of 15 kilotons from a tower. It is the seventh and penultimate of Operation Tumbler-Snapper. Some 7,350 soldiers participating in the Desert Rock IV military exercise will train during the blast and will be exposed to radiation unintentionally.
  • 1958: in Tokyo (Japan) the III Asian Games culminate.
  • 1958: in France, Charles de Gaulle retires as president for six months.
  • 1959: a revolution takes place in Nicaragua against the dictator Anastasio Somoza Debayle.
  • 1962: in New York, the Kurds claim their right to independence before the UN.
  • 1963: Kenya obtains internal sovereignty (Madaraka Day). It will become completely independent from the British Empire on December 12.
  • 1967: the long-awaited album by the rock group The Beatles: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is released in the UK; a day later in the United States.
  • 1969: During his bedtime for peace, John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono record, along with other celebrities, the song “Give Peace a Chance”, in Montreal (Canada).
  • 1970: in Argentina, the armed group Montoneros assassinates the former dictator Pedro Eugenio Aramburu.
  • 1970: in Ontario (Canada) the city of Thunder Bay is founded, with the merger of the twin cities of Port Arthur and Fort Williams together with the municipalities of Neebing and McIntyre.
  • 1973: in Greece the republic is proclaimed.
  • 1974: in Flixborough (United Kingdom) a chemical plant explodes, leaving a balance of 28 dead and 36 wounded.
  • 1974: The Heimlich maneuver to rescue drowning people is published for the first time in the journal Emergency Medicine.
  • 1978: In Buenos Aires (Argentina) the Soccer World Cup begins.
  • 1979: the first black government is inaugurated in Rhodesia.
  • 1980: in the United States, billionaire Ted Turner creates CNN, the first television news company to broadcast 24 hours a day
  • 1984: in El Salvador, José Napoleón Duarte takes office as president.
  • 1985: in Peru, Alan García is elected president.
  • 1988: Presidents Ronald Reagan (United States) and Mikhail Gorbachev (Soviet) ratify the agreement for the elimination of intermediate-range missiles.
  • 1989: in El Salvador, Alfredo Cristiani takes office as president.
  • 1990: Bush and Gorbachev sign a document on the reduction of strategic weapons START, which foresees the reduction of nuclear arsenals by 30 percent and the end of the production of chemical weapons.
  • 1991: in Argentina the province of Tierra del Fuego (formerly territory) is created.
  • 1993: in the framework of the siege of Sarajevo, an attack takes place during a football match: 15 dead and 133 injured.
  • 1993: Gustavo Adolfo Espina is appointed internal president of Guatemala.
  • 1994: in El Salvador, Armando Calderón Sol takes office as president.
  • 1995: the poet José Hierro wins the IV Reina Sofía Prize for Ibero-American Poetry.
  • 1997: in Bolivia, the ex-dictator Hugo Banzer is elected president.
  • 1997: in Mexico, the soccer club Chivas (from Guadalajara) wins 6-1 against Toros Neza, and obtains its tenth title as champion of the summer 1997.
  • 1998: the European Central Bank is founded in Brussels to define and execute the monetary policy of the EU.
  • 1999: in El Salvador, Francisco Flores takes office as president.
  • 2001: in Nepal the regicide of the royal family is committed during a lunch.
  • 2001: in a nightclub in Tel Aviv (Israel), 23 people are killed by a Hamas bomb.
  • 2003: Same-sex marriage comes into force in Belgium.
  • 2004: in El Salvador, Elías Antonio Saca takes office as president.
  • 2005: in the Netherlands, a referendum rejects the referendum on the European Constitution.
  • 2008: the Playhouse Disney Channel is launched in Latin America.
  • 2008: the 38th Ordinary Period of the OAS General Assembly begins in Medellín (Colombia).
  • 2008: in Mexico, the Santos Laguna soccer club beat Cruz Azul and became champion of the 2008 Clausura Tournament.
  • 2009: a plane (Air France Flight 447) disappears over the Atlantic Ocean in mid-flight from Rio de Janeiro to Paris.
  • 2009: in El Salvador, Mauricio Funes takes office as president.
  • 2012: in Arrah (India), six unidentified men assassinate Brahmeshwar Singh (64) ―leader of the right-wing terrorist gang Ranvir Sena―, who had spent nine years in life imprisonment accused of several massacres against low-caste people, but in April 2012 he was acquitted and released.
  • 2012: in Venezuela, the Commander in Chief Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías Military Academy is created, belonging to the Bolivarian Military University of Venezuela, which forms troop officers of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces.
  • 2014: in El Salvador, Salvador Sánchez Cerén takes office as president.
  • 2018: Pedro Sánchez becomes the new acting President of the Government of Spain after a motion of censure against Mariano Rajoy.
  • 2019: in El Salvador, Nayib Bukele takes office as president.
  • 2019: Liverpool Football Club, wins its sixth UEFA Champions League by beating Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 with goals from Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid, Spain.
  • 2020: due to the various protests over the death of George Floyd, protesters enter the White House garden.

Who was Born “A Day as Today”?

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Who was Born “A Day as Today”? / Image Credit: Susanne Jutzeler

June 1 – A Day as Today – Births

  • 1076: Mstislav I of Kiev, Russian Tsar (d. 1132).
  • 1300: Thomas of Brotherton, English aristocrat (d. 1338).
  • 1563: Robert Cecil, English spy and politician (d. 1612).
  • 1633: Geminiano Montanari, Italian astronomer (d. 1687).
  • 1637: Jacques Marquette, French explorer and missionary (d. 1675).
  • 1653: Georg Muffat, French composer (d. 1704).
  • 1675: Scipione Maffei, Italian historian, playwright, philosopher and archaeologist (d. 1755).
  • 1754: Fernando Carlos de Habsburgo-Lorena, Austrian aristocrat (d. 1806).
  • 1762: Edmund Ignace Rice, Irish educator, founder and religious (d. 1844).
  • 1769: Józef Ksawery Elsner, Polish composer (d. 1854).
  • 1771: Ferdinando Paer, Italian composer (d. 1839).
  • 1774: Julián Sánchez, guerrilla and Spanish soldier (d. 1832).
  • 1777: Fernando Errázuriz, Chilean politician (d. 1841).
  • 1790: Ferdinand Raimund, Austrian playwright and actor (d. 1836).
  • 1796: Nicolas Léonard Sadi Carnot, French scientist and engineer (d. 1832).
  • 1801: Brigham Young, American Mormon religious (d. 1877).
  • 1804: Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka, Russian composer (d. 1857).
  • 1815: Otto I, Greek king (d. 1862).
  • 1829: Francisco Javier Simonet Baca, Spanish researcher and philologist (d. 1897)
  • 1851: Isaac Peral, Spanish engineer, inventor of the submarine (d. 1895).
  • 1860: Simón Iturri Patiño, Bolivian businessman, tin mining magnate (d. 1947).
  • 1861: Pedro Benítez Leal, Mexican lawyer and politician (d. 1945).
  • 1863: Hugo Münsterberg, German-American psychologist (d. 1916)
  • 1874: Macedonio Fernández, Argentine writer (d. 1952).
  • 1878: John Masefield, British poet and writer (d. 1967).
  • 1887: Clive Brook, British actor (d. 1974)
  • 1889: Charles Kay Ogden, British linguist and philosopher (d. 1957).
  • 1890: Frank Morgan, American actor and singer (d. 1949).
  • 1891: Aarón Sáenz, Mexican lawyer, military, politician and diplomat (d. 1983).
  • 1892: Otsuka Hironori, Japanese karate fighter (d. 1982).
  • 1896: Antonio Castejón Espinosa, Spanish military (d. 1979).
  • 1903: Niní Marshall, Argentine actress and comedian (d. 1996).
  • 1905: Robert Newton, British actor (d. 1956).
  • 1907: Francisco Amighetti, Costa Rican painter (d. 1998).
  • 1907: Jan Patočka, Slovak philosopher (d. 1977).
  • 1907: Helen Dick Megaw, Irish mineralogist (d. 2002)
  • 1907: Frank Whittle, British aviator and aeronautical engineer (d. 1996).
  • 1908: Peter Anders, German tenor (d. 1954).
  • 1912: Herbert Tichy, Austrian geologist, writer, and mountaineer (d. 1987).
  • 1913: Vicente Escrivá, Spanish screenwriter and filmmaker (d. 1999).
  • 1913: Piedad de la Cierva, Spanish scientist (d. 2007)
  • 1916: Murilo Rubião, Brazilian writer and journalist (d. 1991).
  • 1917: William S. Knowles, American chemist, 2001 Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry (d. 2012).
  • 1921: Nelson Riddle, American musician (d. 1985).
  • 1922: Joan Caulfield, American actress and model (d. 1991).
  • 1922: Joan Copeland, American actress.
  • 1924: Felipe Boso, Spanish poet (d. 1983).
  • 1925: Dilia Díaz Cisneros, Venezuelan educator and poet (f. 2017).
  • 1926: Andy Griffith, American actor (d. 2012).
  • 1926: Marilyn Monroe, American actress (d. 1962).
  • 1927: Mario Tagliaferri, Italian Catholic religious, nuncio in Spain.
  • 1928: Gueorgui Dobrovolski, Soviet Ukrainian cosmonaut (d. 1971).
  • 1928: Bob Monkhouse, British actor and screenwriter (d. 2003).
  • 1929: Nargis Dutt, Indian actress (d. 1981).
  • 1930: Kei Kumai, Japanese filmmaker (d. 2007).
  • 1930: Edward Woodward, British actor (d. 2009).
  • 1933: Haruo Remeliik, Palauan politician, first president of his country (d. 1985).
  • 1933: Charles Wilson, American politician (d. 2010).
  • 1933: Ruth Arnon, Israeli biochemist.
  • 1934: Pat Boone, American singer, songwriter and actor.
  • 1935: Norman Foster, British architect.
  • 1935: John C. Reynolds, American computer scientist (d. 2013).
  • 1936: José Manuel Pesudo, Spanish footballer.
  • 1936: Gerald Scarfe, British cartoonist and illustrator.
  • 1937: Morgan Freeman, American actor and producer.
  • 1937: Colleen McCullough, Australian writer (d. 2015).
  • 1938: Fuad Masum, Kurdish Islamic politician, lawyer, professor and philosopher.
  • 1939: Joe Clark, Canadian politician.
  • 1939: Cleavon Little, American actor (d. 1992).
  • 1940: Rene Auberjonois, American actor (d. 2019).
  • 1940: Kip Thorne, American physicist.
  • 1941: Toyo Ito, Japanese architect.
  • 1942: Honorino Landa, Chilean soccer player (d. 1987).
  • 1942: Bansi Pandit, Hindu religious writer, lecturer and Indian nuclear engineer.
  • 1944: Robert Powell, British actor.
  • 1945: Antonio J. Vierci, Paraguayan businessman, owner of various media.
  • 1945: Frederica von Stade, American mezzo-soprano.
  • 1945: Gustavo Cisneros, Venezuelan businessman and investor
  • 1946: Brian Cox, British actor.
  • 1947: Ron Dennis, British businessman, founder of the McLaren Formula 1 group.
  • 1947: Jonathan Pryce, British actor and singer.
  • 1947: Ron Wood, British guitarist, of the band The Rolling Stones.
  • 1948: Powers Boothe, American actor (d. 2017).
  • 1948: Tomáš Halík, Czech philosopher.
  • 1948: Panfilo Lacson, Filipino politician.
  • 1948: Tom Sneva, American automobile pilot.
  • 1948: Jorge Bran, Honduran soccer player.
  • 1952: Víctor Giorgi, Uruguayan psychologist.
  • 1952: Şenol Güneş, Turkish football coach.
  • 1953: David Berkowitz, American serial killer.
  • 1955: Chiyonofuji Mitsugu, Japanese sumo wrestler (d. 2016).
  • 1956: Amanda Miguel, Argentine singer.
  • 1956: Joey Ayala, Filipino singer.
  • 1956: Patrick Besson, French writer.
  • 1956: Lisa Hartman Black, American actress and singer.
  • 1956: Saúl Lisazo, Argentine actor.
  • 1957: Tullio Avoledo, Italian writer.
  • 1957: Carlos Duarte, Venezuelan pianist (f. 2003).
  • 1957: Yasuhiro Yamashita, Japanese judoka.
  • 1958: Barry Adamson, British musician.
  • 1958: Ahron Bregman, Israeli journalist.
  • 1958: Nambaryn Enkhbayar, Mongol politician, 3rd president of his country.
  • 1959: Martin Brundle, British Formula 1 driver.
  • 1959: Kristine Nitzsche, German athlete.
  • 1959: Thierry Rey, French judoka.
  • 1959: Alan Wilder, British keyboardist, singer and songwriter, of the band Depeche Mode.
  • 1960: Simon Gallup, British bassist, of the band The Cure.
  • 1961: Peter Machajdik, Slovak composer
  • 1961: Jasmin Repesa, Croatian basketball player.
  • 1963: Mike Joyce, British drummer, of the band The Smiths.
  • 1964: Jainal Antel Sali, Jr., Philippine terrorist (d. 2007).
  • 1965: Nigel Short, British chess player and journalist.
  • 1966: Abel Balbo, Argentine soccer player.
  • 1966: Iliana Calabró, Argentine actress.
  • 1967: Olivier Delaitre, French tennis player.
  • 1967: María Galido Plaza, Filipino politician.
  • 1967: Roger Sánchez, American electronic music DJ.
  • 1968: Jason Donovan, Australian actor and singer.
  • 1968: Elena Sedina, Ukrainian chess player.
  • 1969: Luis García Postigo, Mexican soccer player.
  • 1969: René Liu, Taiwanese actress and singer.
  • 1969: Teri Polo, American actress.
  • 1970: Alexi Lalas, American footballer.
  • 1970: Karen Mulder, Dutch model and singer.
  • 1970: Consuelo Lewin, Chilean painter.
  • 1970: R. Madhavan, Indian actor.
  • 1970: Marley (Alejandro Wiebe), Argentine television host and producer.
  • 1970: Paul Schrier, American actor and director.
  • 1971: Mario Cimarro, Cuban actor and singer.
  • 1971: María Rivera, Mexican poet and cultural promoter.
  • 1971: Wahyu Rudi Astadi, Indonesian singer.
  • 1971: Ghil’ad Zuckermann, Israeli philosopher and educator.
  • 1971: Tony Sanneh, American footballer.
  • 1972: Huáscar Aparicio, Bolivian singer (f. 2013).
  • 1972: Paula Betancourt, Colombian model.
  • 1972: Wim Maes, Belgian chess player.
  • 1972: María Rueff, Portuguese actress.
  • 1972: Chanel St. James, American porn actress.
  • 1973: Adam Garcia, Australian actor, singer and dancer.
  • 1973: Heidi Klum, German model.
  • 1974: Alanis Morissette, Canadian singer.
  • 1974: Michael Rasmussen, Danish cyclist.
  • 1974: Melissa Sagemiller, American actress.
  • 1975: James Storm, American wrestler.
  • 1976: Úrsula Martín Oñate, Spanish judoka.
  • 1976: Óscar Martínez, Spanish television presenter.
  • 1976: Ángela Pérez Baraquio, Filipino model.
  • 1977: Sarah Wayne Callies, American actress.
  • 1977: Danielle Harris, American actress.
  • 1977: Andrea Bogart, American actress.
  • 1977: Richard Krajčo, Czech singer and musician.
  • 1977: Malena Solda, Argentine actress.
  • 1977: Jón Jósep Snæbjörnsson, Icelandic actor.
  • 1978: Antonietta Di Martino, Italian athlete.
  • 1978: Hasna Benhassi, Moroccan athlete.
  • 1978: Aleksandar Šapić, Serbian swimmer.
  • 1978: Shinya Yabusaki, Japanese footballer.
  • 1979: Dani Mateo, actor and comedian from Spanish television.
  • 1979: Mario Méndez, Mexican soccer player.
  • 1979: Markus Persson, Swedish game designer, founder of Mojang.
  • 1979: Wellington Nogueira Lopes, Brazilian soccer player.
  • 1980: Martin Devaney, British footballer.
  • 1980: Oliver James, British actor.
  • 1980: Oranut Klomdee, Thai athlete.
  • 1980: Mitsuru Chiyotanda, Japanese soccer player.
  • 1981: Brandi Carlile, American singer-songwriter and guitarist.
  • 1981: Urayoán Jordán, Puerto Rican singer.
  • 1981: Smush Parker, American basketball player.
  • 1981: Carlos Zambrano, Venezuelan baseball player.
  • 1981: Hawar Mulla Mohammed, Iraqi footballer.
  • 1981: Thorben Marx, German footballer.
  • 1982: Justine Henin, Belgian tennis player.
  • 1983: Moustapha Salifou, Togolese footballer.
  • 1984: Naidangiin Tüvshinbayar, Mongolian judoka.
  • 1984: Jorge Torales, Paraguayan soccer player.
  • 1984: Stéphane Sessègnon, footballer from Beni.
  • 1984: Jean Beausejour, Chilean footballer.
  • 1984: Ygor Maciel Santiago, Brazilian soccer player.
  • 1985: Tirunesh Dibaba, Ethiopian athlete.
  • 1985: L.A. López, Filipino actor and singer.
  • 1985: Tamara Todevska, Macedonian singer.
  • 1985: Shūto Yamamoto, Japanese footballer.
  • 1986: Dayana Mendoza, Venezuelan model and Miss Universe 2008.
  • 1986: Chinedu Obasi, Nigerian footballer.
  • 1986: Skream, British DJ and producer, of the band Magnetic Man.
  • 1987: Emanero, Argentine rapper.
  • 1987: Zoltán Harsányi, Slovak footballer.
  • 1987: Sengphachan Bounthisanh, Laotian footballer.
  • 1988: Javier Hernández Balcázar, Mexican soccer player.
  • 1988: Nami Tamaki, Japanese singer.
  • 1988: Michal Ďuriš, Slovak footballer.
  • 1989: Federico Broin, Argentine footballer
  • 1989: Selin Şekerci, Turkish actress.
  • 1989: Samuel Inkoom, Ghanaian footballer.
  • 1989: Brooklyn Lee, American porn actress.
  • 1990: Bryan Salazar, Peruvian soccer player.
  • 1992: Olga García, Spanish soccer player.
  • 1992: Rubén Sobrino, Spanish footballer.
  • 1993: Mavroudis Bougaidis, Greek footballer.
  • 1994: E’Dawn, South Korean singer.
  • 1995: Carlos Castro García, Spanish footballer.
  • 1996: Tom Holland, British actor and dancer.
  • 1996: Naomi Woods, pornographic actress and American erotic model.
  • 1997: Volodymyr Shepelyev, Ukrainian footballer.
  • 1997: Dan Agyei, English footballer.
  • 1997: Guillermo Vázquez Maradiaga, Mexican soccer player.
  • 1998: Branimir Kalaica, Croatian footballer.
  • 1999: Valentine Ozornwafor, Nigerian footballer.
  • 1999: So Nakagawa, Japanese footballer.
  • 2000: Willow Shields, American actress.
  • 2001: Daiki Matsuoka, Japanese footballer.

Who Left Us “A Day as Today”?

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Who Left Us “A Day as Today”? / Image Credit: Katrina

June 1 – A Day as Today – Deaths

  • 195 BC C .: Liu Bang, Chinese emperor between 202 and 195 BC. C. (n. 256 or 247 BC).
  • 193: Marcus Severus Didius Julianus, Roman Emperor (b.133).
  • 657: Eugene I, Pope of the Catholic Church between 654 and 657.
  • 847: Xiao, Chinese Empress.
  • 896: Theodosius Romanus, Syrian Orthodox Patriarch.
  • 1068: Íñigo de Oña, anchorite, abbot and Spanish saint (b.1000).
  • 1224: Abu Yaqub II al-Mustansir, Almohad caliph.
  • 1434: Vladislaus II Jagiellon, Polish king between 1386 and 1434 (b.1350).
  • 1571: John Story, English Catholic martyr (b.1504).
  • 1616: Tokugawa Ieyasu, Japanese shogun between 1600 and 1605 (b. 1543).
  • 1625: Honoré d’Urfé, French precious writer (b. 1568).
  • 1642: John Suckling, British poet (b.1609).
  • 1660: Mary Dyer, English Quaker, executed (b.1611).
  • 1710 – David Mitchell, British admiral (b.1642).
  • 1773: Wolraad Woltemade, South African farmer and hero (b.1708).
  • 1815: Louis Alexandre Berthier, French Marshal (b. 1753).
  • 1823: Louis Nicolas Davout, French Marshal (b. 1770).
  • 1830: Swaminarayan, Indian religious, sect leader (b. 1781).
  • 1841 – David Wilkie, British painter (b. 1785).
  • 1846: Gregory XVI, Pope of the Catholic Church between 1831 and 1846 (b. 1765).
  • 1860: José María Melo y Ortiz, Colombian general and politician (b. 1800).
  • 1864: Hong Xiuquan, Chinese rebel (b.1812).
  • 1868: James Buchanan, American politician, president between 1857 and 1861 (b. 1791).
  • 1872: James Gordon Bennett, Sr., American publisher (born 1795).
  • 1876: Hristo Botev, Bulgarian revolutionary and poet (b. 1848).
  • 1879: Eugène Bonaparte, French Emperor (b. 1856).
  • 1890: Aureliano Maestre de San Juan, Spanish scientist (b. 1828).
  • 1925 – Thomas Marshall, American politician (b.1854).
  • 1926: Ramón Turró, Spanish biologist (b. 1854).
  • 1927: Lizzie Borden, American woman charged with the murder of her family (b. 1860).
  • 1927 – John Bagnell Bury, Irish historian, philologist and scholar (b. 1861).
  • 1927: Aníbal María di Francia, Italian Catholic priest (b. 1851).
  • 1936: Francisco Grandmontagne, Spanish writer (b. 1866).
  • 1938: Ödön von Horváth, Croatian-French writer and playwright (b.1901).
  • 1941 – Hugh Walpole, New Zealand novelist (b. 1884).
  • 1941 – Hans Berger, German neurologist (b.1873).
  • 1943: Leslie Howard (50), British actor, director and producer; assassinated by the Nazis (b. 1893).
  • 1945: Pío del Río Hortega, Spanish physician (b. 1882).
  • 1946: Ion Antonescu, Romanian marshal and politician, dictator of Romania; executed (b.1882).
  • 1946: Leo Slezak, German tenor (b.1873).
  • 1948: Sonny Boy Williamson I, American musician (b.1914).
  • 1952: John Dewey, American philosopher and psychologist (b. 1859).
  • 1954: Martin Andersen Nexø, Danish writer (b. 1869).
  • 1959: Sax Rohmer, British writer (b. 1883).
  • 1960: Paula Hitler, Austrian woman, sister of Adolf Hitler (b. 1896).
  • 1962: Adolf Eichmann, German Nazi leader (b.1906).
  • 1965: Curly Lambeau, American soccer player and coach (b.1898).
  • 1966: Pope Jack Laine, American musician (b. 1873).
  • 1968: Helen Keller, American author, activist, and speaker (b. 1880).
  • 1971: Reinhold Niebuhr, American theologian (b. 1892).
  • 1973: Mary Kornman, American actress (b.1915).
  • 1979: Werner Forssmann, German physician, Nobel laureate (b.1904).
  • 1983: Anna Seghers, German writer (b.1900).
  • 1983: Jaime Lazcano, Spanish footballer (b.1909).
  • 1983: Jack Dempsey, American boxer (b.1895).
  • 1985: Richard Greene, British actor (b.1918).
  • 1994: Joaquín Pérez Villanueva, Spanish historian and academic (b. 1910).
  • 1999: Cris Miró, Argentine vedette and transvestite (b. 1968).
  • 2001: Birendra of Nepal, King of Nepal between 1972 and 2001 (b.1945).
  • 2001: Aishwarya of Nepal, queen consort of Nepal between 1972 and 2001 (b.1941).
  • 2001: Violeta Correa, Peruvian first lady.
  • 2001: Hank Ketcham, American cartoonist (b.1920).
  • 2003: Luis Sánchez-Harguindey, Spanish physician and politician (b. 1935).
  • 2004: William Manchester, American writer and historian (b. 1922).
  • 2005: George Mikan, American basketball player (b.1924).
  • 2006: Rocío Jurado, Spanish singer and actress (b.1944).
  • 2008: Tommy Lapid, Israeli journalist and politician, 17th Minister of Justice of Israel (b. 1931).
  • 2008: Yves Saint Laurent, French fashion designer (b.1936).
  • 2008: Alicia Zubasnabar de De la Cuadra (Licha), Argentine activist (b.1915).
  • 2011: Aníbal Barrios Pintos, Uruguayan historian (b.1918).
  • 2011: Manolo Otero, Spanish singer (b.1942).
  • 2012: Kathryn Joosten, American actress (b.1939).
  • 2017: Roberto De Vicenzo, Argentine golfer (b.1923).
  • 2019: José Antonio Reyes, Spanish footballer (b.1983).
  • 2020: Javier Alva Orlandini, Peruvian politician (b.1927).
  • 2021: Jovino Novoa, Chilean lawyer and politician (b.1945).
  • 2021: Violeta Vidaurre, Chilean actress (b.1930).

What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”?

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June 1 – A Day as Today – Celebration

  • World Mothers and Fathers Day
  • World Children’s Day, in Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Ecuador, France, Nicaragua, Poland, Portugal, Romania and Russia.
  • World Milk Day, by FAO.
  • El Salvador: Freight Carrier Day.
  • Mexico: National Merchant Marine Day.
  • Peru: Red Cross Youth Day.
  • Argentina: Customs Official Day (DGA AFIP).

Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today”

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Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today” / Image Credit: Peter H

June 1 – A Day as Today – Catholic Santoral

  • Virgin of the Light.
  • San Íñigo, abbot of Oña.
  • Saint Justin, martyr.
  • Aníbal María di Francia, Italian priest, founder of the congregations of the Rogationists and of the Daughters of Divine Zeal.

What Sign of the Zodiac Rules those Born “A Day as Today”?

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June 1 – A Day as Today – Zodiac Sign

♊ Gemini:

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