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July 15 Today History

 July 15 Today history

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It is the 196th day of the year according to the Gregorian schedule. The quantity of its remaining days is 169.

Railroad track


    15 July 1998 Central Anatolia Blue train administration started.


Opportunities


    1099 - Crusader forces capture Jerusalem in the First Crusade.

    1521 - Conquest of the island due to the Siege of Herke.

    1799 – The Rosetta Stone, engraved in three dialects, which will highlight hieroglyphic material, is inadvertently found during the development of a castle by a French warrior during Napoleon's Egyptian campaign.

    1840 – The Treaty of London is ratified between the Ottoman Empire, the United Kingdom, Prussia, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and Tsarist Russia.

    1870 – Georgia becomes the last Confederate state to be re-admitted to the United States after the American Civil War.

    1886 - Woman, Schukufzer She begins a fight against the expression "long hair and short psyche" in her journal.

    1926 – Police open fire on protesters in Vienna, killing 89.

    1933 - The distribution of the art and writing magazine Presence begins.

    1953 - Usak turns into a field.

    1954 - The Boeing 707 made its most memorable flight.

    1955 – Eighteen Nobel Prize-winning researchers issue a statement against nuclear weapons (Menu Declaration). Later 34 more researchers accompanied him.

    1974 – In Cyprus, a National Guard regiment run by Greek officers ousts President Makarios and announces EOKA-B pioneer Nikos Sampson as president.

    1981 – The right-wing attackers Fikri Arkan and Kemal Ozdemir, convicted of the Sac Murders who killed leftist Veli Gunnes and Halim Kaplan on the evening of 14/15 October 1978, are executed in Ankara.

    1983 – Orly Airport attack: Asala bombers surround the Turkish Airlines office in Orly Airport in Paris. 8 people kicked buckets, and 55 people were injured.

    1997 – Gianni Versace, an Italian-style fashionista, is killed outside his Miami, Florida home by a Filipino gay named Andrew Cunanan.

    1997 - Slobodan Milosevic is elected President of Yugoslavia.

    2008 – At least 60 people are killed when two self-destruct aircraft conduct an activity against a strategic camp in the city of Baquba, 28 km east of Baghdad. Chronicled July 23, 2008, on the Wayback Machine.

    2016 – In Turkey, a tactical coup is attempted by a group of TAF warriors.


Birth


    1606 – Rembrandt, Dutch painter and printmaker (d. 1669)

    1738 – Jacques-André Naignon, French craftsman and skeptical rationalist (d. 1810)

    1798 – Alexander Gorchakov, Russian negotiator and legislator (d. 1883)

    1899 – Remzi oz rik, Turkish paleontologist, essayist, and lawmaker (d. 1954)

    1919 – Iris Murdoch, Irish essayist and rationalist (d. 1999)

    1921 – Robert Bruce Merrifield, American natural chemist, scholar, and Nobel Prize laureate (d. 2006)

    1922 – Leon Lederman, American physicist (d. 2018)

    1923 – Ismet Guni, Turkish Cypriot painter and visual artist (d. 2009)

    1927 – Carmen Zapata, American entertainer (d. 2014)

    1930 – Jacques Derrida, French theorist (d. 2004)

    1931 – Clive Kusler, American author

    1932 - Arjan Adarov, Altai essayist (d. 2005)

    1934 – Harrison Birtwistle, author of British show and western old-style (d. 2022)

    1937 – Waylon Jennings, American artist composer (d. 2002)

    1939 – Yilmaz Koksal, Turkish film and TV series Entertainment (d. 2015)

    1940 - Robert Winston, British MP

    1944 – Jan-Michael Vincent, American entertainer (d. 2019)

    1946 – Achim Mengele, German artist and entertainer (d. 2016)

    1946 - Hassanal Bolkiah, 29th Sultan of Brunei

    1946 - Linda Ronstadt, American female protagonist

    1948 - Sumer Tilmak, Turkish entertainer (d. 2015)

    1949 - Hilmi Güler, Turkish parliamentarian

    1949 – Mohamed Contar Rashid al-Maktoum, Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates

    1952 – Terry O'Quinn, American entertainer and Emmy Award winner

    1954 - Mario Kempes, Argentinian football player

    1955 - Cevdet kerbegovic, Bosnian football player

    1955 - Harun Kolkak, Turkish pop artist (d. 2017)

    1956 - Joe Satriani, American guitarist

    1958 - Bergen, Turkish artist (d. 1989)

    1958 – Tiberi Korponai, Soviet-Ukrainian football player (d. 2021)

    1959 - Vincent Lindon, French entertainer.

    1961 – Jean-Christophe Grange, French wrongdoing essayist

    1961 - Lolita Davidovich, Canadian entertainer

    1961 - Forrest Whitaker, American entertainer

    1962 - Metin Zulku, Turkish artist

    1962 - Seter Tanrosen, Turkish film and TV series entertainer

    1963 – Brigitte Nielsen, Danish entertainer, model, and artist

    1964 - Galin Gorge, American entertainer, and artist (b. 2020)

    1968 - Deniz Arkak, Turkish artist

    1970 - Tarkan Gozubuyuk, Turkish bass guitarist

    1972 - Insi Turkey, Turkish TV entertainer

 1973 - Brian Austin Green, American entertainer

    1976 - Marco Di Vaio, Italian previous global football player

    1976 - Juan Francisco Garcia, Spanish football player

    1976 - Gabriel Jesus Iglesias, American joke artist, and entertainer

    1976 - Jim Jones, American hip jump craftsman

    1976 - Diane Kruger, German model, and entertainer

    1977 - Canan Ergüder, Turkish entertainer

    1977 Lana Parrilla, American entertainer

    1979 - Alexander Frei, Swiss previous public football player

    1980 - Bruno Mbanangoyé Zita, Gabonese football player

    1981 - Alou Diarra, French football player

    1982 - Melis Birkan, Turkish TV series, and film entertainer

    1982 - Sinan Sofuoğlu, Turkish cruiser racer (d. 2008)

    1985 - Burak Yilmaz, Turkish football player

    1986 - David Abraham, Argentine football player

    1988 - Shkëlzen Gashi, Swiss football player

    1989 - Alisa Kleybanova, a Russian tennis player

    1990 - Damian Lillard, American expert ball player

    1991 - Danilo, Brazilian public football player

    1991 - Derrick Favors, American expert ball player

    1992 - Wayde van Niekerk, South African competitor

    1993 - Ömer Arslan, Turkish football player

    1994 - Pelin Bilgiç, Turkish ball player

    1995 - Elyar Fox, English artist musician


Passings


    1015 - Vladimir I, the first significant ruler of Kyiv to switch over completely to Christianity (b. 958)

    1274 - Bonaventura - Franciscan Cardinal, savant and mastermind (b. 1217)

    1485 - Sinan, II. Mehmed's child (b. 1455)

    1542 - Lisa del Giocondo, individual from the Florentine Gherardini family (by Leonardo da Vinci Mona Lisa (b. 1479) (b. XNUMX)

    1626 - Isabella Brant, first spouse of the Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens, who made a few representations (b. 1591)

    1695 - Eremya Çelebi Kömürciyan, Armenian writer, student of history, interpreter, and printer (b. 1637)

    1861 - Adam Czartoryski, Polish legislator and government official (b. 1770)

    1857 - Carl Czerny, Austrian piano player, author, and music educator (b. 1791)

    1868 - William Thomas Green Morton, an American doctor (b. 1819)

    1879 - Johann Friedrich von Brandt, German normal student of history and zoologist (b. 1802)

    1890 - Gottfried Keller, Swiss writer and government official (b. 1819)

    1904 - Anton Chekhov, Russian brief tale and writer (b. 1860)

    1916 - Ilya Mechnikov, Ukrainian microbiologist (b. 1845)

    1919 - Hermann Emil Fischer, German scientific expert (b. 1852)

    1927 - Constance Markievicz, Irish progressive and devoted suffragette (previous Irish Minister of Labor) (b. 1868)

    1929 - Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Austrian author (b. 1874)

    1939 - Paul Eugen Bleuler, Swiss therapist (b. 1857)

    1940 - Robert Pershing Wadlow, the tallest perceived individual in clinical history (b. 1918)

    1941 - Walter Ruttmann, German chief (b. 1887)

    1942 - Roberto María Ortiz, Argentine legal counselor, and legislator (b. 1886)

    1948 - John J. Pershing, American warrior. Leader of the American Expeditionary Forces shipped off Europe during World War I (b. 1860)

    1956 - Cemil Cahit Toydemir, Turkish officer and government official (b. 1883)

    1969 - Peter van Eyck, German-American entertainer (b. 1911)

    1975 - Fahri Belen, Turkish trooper and lawmaker (b. 1893)

    1976 - Joachim Peiper, Waffen-SS Colonel (b.1915)

    1977 - Konstantin Fedin, Russian author, artistic researcher, and writer (b. 1892)

    1977 - Esat Mahmut Karakurt, Turkish author (b. 1902)

    1979 - Juana de Ibarbourou, Uruguayan artist (one of South America's most popular female writers) (b. 1895)

    1979 - Gustavo Díaz Ordaz, Mexican lawmaker (b. 1911)

    1980 - Abdurrahman Köksaloğlu, Turkish lawmaker (b. 1930)

    1988 - Tore Keller, Swedish football player (b. 1905)

    1989 - Nesuhi Ertegün, Turkish-American music maker and organizer behind Atlantic Records (b. 1917)

    1992 - Hammer DeRoburt, Nauruan lawmaker (b. 1922)

    1997 - Chingiz Mustafayev, Azerbaijani writer (b. 1960)

    1997 - Gianni Versace, Italian style creator and money manager (b. 1946)

    2010 - Osman Nami Osmanoğlu, Ottoman Prince and radiology graduate architect (b. 1918)

    2010 - Selmi Andak, Turkish arranger and journalist (b. 1921)

    2012 - Celeste Holm, American stage, film, and TV entertainer (b. 1917)

    2014 - Faruk Ilgaz, Turkish athlete (b. 1922)

    2016 - Ömer Halisdemir, Turkish fighter (b. 1974)

    2016 - Nevzat Yalçıntaş, Turkish official and legislator (b. 1933)

    2017 - Anne Buttimer, Irish geographer (b. 1938)

    2017 - Martin Landau, American entertainer (b. 1928)

    2018 - Ronny Fredrik Ansnes, Norwegian cross country skier (b. 1989)

    2019 - Rex Richards, British researcher and scholastic (b. 1922)

    2019 - Olga Vyalikova, Soviet Russian theater and film entertainer (b. 1954)

2020 – Carlotta Barilli, Italian actress (b. 1935)

2020 – Severino Cavalcanti, Brazilian politician (b. 1930)

2020 – Igor Chernyh, Russian cinematographer (b. 1932)

2020 – Toke Tufukia Talagi, Niueli politician (b. 1951)

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