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26th June

684
On 26th June, 684, Pope Benedict II was selected. Pope Benedict II was Pope from 26th June 684 to his demise in the year 685. Pope Saint Benedict II’s feast day was 7th May. The bishops of Rome were anciently selected by the clergy and many people of Rome. It happened according to the rule of those times; the Christian sovereigns were the head of the people, on which account their agreement was mandatory. But while they exist in in the East, this illness fashioned often long stays and significant embarrassments. Although chosen in the year 683, he was not intended until 684 pending the consent of Sovereign Constantine IV.

1483
Richard III became a King of England on 26th June, 1483. Richard III was a King of England and he served from 1483 to the date of his death in the year 1485. It happened at the age of 32 during the Battle of Bosworth Field. He was only the last king of the House of York and the last of the Plantagenet dynasty. His defeat at Bosworth Field, the last decisive war of the Wars of the Roses, obvious the end of the Middle Ages in England. He is the major part of the historical play Richard III by William Shakespeare.

1522
On 26th June, 1522, Ottomans started the 2nd Barrier of Rhodes. The Siege of Rhodes of 1522 was the 2nd and ultimately fruitful effort what made by the Ottoman Realm to eject the Knights of Rhodes from their island stranglehold and thus protected Ottoman control of the Eastern Mediterranean. The 1st siege in the year 1480 had been failed. On 22 December, the representatives of the city’s Latin and Greek populations recognized Suleiman’s terms, which were large. The knights were given 12 days to leave the island and would be allowable to take with them their weapons and any valuables or spiritual icons they wanted. Islanders who wished to leave could do so at any time within a 3 year dated. No church would be dishonored or turned into a mosque. Those residual on the island would be free of Ottoman taxation for 5 years.

1579
Livonian campaign of Stephen Báthory started on 26th June, 1579. The Livonian campaign of Stephen Báthory held in the final stage of the Livonian War and this war begun from 1577 to 1582. Polish-Lithuanian militaries led by Stephen Báthory, king of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania, effectively clashed against the army of Ivan IV “the Terrible”, tsar of Russia, over the Duchy of Livonia and Polotsk. Russian forces were disqualified from Livonia before the movement was resolved by the Truce of Jam Zapolski.

1830
William IV became a king of Britain and Hanover on 26th June, 1830. William IV was a King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and he was a King of Hanover from 26 June 1830 to his life’s end. He was the 3rd son of George III and younger brother and inheritor to George IV, he was the last king and last but one monarch of Britain’s House of Hanover. William assisted in the Royal Navy in his youth and was, both through his reign and later, nicknamed the “Sailor King”. He helped in North America and the Caribbean. In the year 1789, he was formed Duke of Clarence and St Andrews.

1848
On the 26th June, 1848, end of the June Days Uprising in Paris occurred. The June Days uprising was an revolution staged by the labors of France from 23rd June to 26th June 1848. It was in reply to plans to close the National Workshops and it created by the 2nd Republic for deliver work and a source of income for the jobless; however, only low pay, dead-end jobs were provided, which hardly provided enough money to endure. The National Guard what led by General Louis Eugène Cavaignac and it was called out to suppress the complaints.

1906
The first Grand Prix motor racing event occurred on 26th June, 1906. The 1906 Grand Prix de l’Automobile Club de France what is normally recognized as the 1906 French Grand Prix. It was a motor race what held on 26th and 27th June 1906, on closed public roads outside the city of Le Mans. The Grand Prix was organized by the Automobile Club de France what is also known as ACF at the encouragement of the French automobile industry as an another to the Gordon Bennett races, which limited each competing country’s number of entrances irrespective of the size of its industry.

1924
After eight years, on 26th June, 1924, the American profession of the Dominican Republic ended. The first United States occupation of the Dominican Republic continued years between 1916 to 1924. States In the 20th century, it was one of the many intrusions in Latin America what happening by the armed forces of the United. On May 13, 1916, Rear Admiral William B. Caperton required the Dominican Republic’s Secretary of War Desiderio Arias, who had held power from Juan Isidro Jimenes Pereyra, to leave Santo Domingo by intimidating the city with naval assault.

1942
On 26th June, 1942, the first flight of the Grumman F6F Hellcat launched. The Grumman F6F Hellcat is an American carrier-based fighter aircraft what was used during World War II. It was designed to change the earlier F4F Wildcat and to hostage the Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero and it was the United States Navy’s dominant fighter in the second half of the Pacific War. The Hellcat contended with the faster Vought F4U Corsair for that role and succeeded, as the Corsair had important issues with transporter landings. The Corsair instead was mainly deployed to great result in land-based use by the U.S. Marine Corps.

1948
The first supply flights were made in reply to the Berlin Blockade on 26th June, 1948. The Berlin Blockade was one of the 1st major international disasters of the Cold War. During the multinational profession of post–World War II Germany, the Soviet Union congested the Western Allies’ road, railway and canal entree to the sectors of Berlin under Western control. The Soviets nearby to drop the barricade if the Western Allies removed the afresh introduced Deutsche mark from West Berlin. In response, the Western Allies prepared the Berlin airlift to transmit supplies to the people of West Berlin, a hard feat given the size of the city’s populace.

1960
On 26th June, 1960, Madagascar gained its freedom from France. Madagascar is officially known as the Republic of Madagascar and once it was called as the Malagasy Republic. This is an island country in the Indian Ocean, off the coast of East Africa. The nation includes the island of Madagascar the 4th largest island in the world and many smaller peripheral islands.

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