Historical Events In July - 22
Friday, 14 August 2020
1959 On this day in history benjamin Britten's "Missa Brevis" in D, premieres
1960 Cuba nationalizes all US owned sugar factories on July - 22.
1961 On this day in history wBNB TV channel 10 in Charlotte Amaile, VI (CBS) begins broadcasting
1962 The first US Venus probe, Mariner 1, fails at lift-off on July - 22.
1962 On July - 22 1st US Venus probe, Mariner 1, fails at lift-off
1963 Sonny Liston KOs Floyd Patterson to retain heavywieght championship on this day in history.
1963 On this day in history the Beatles release "Introducing the Beatles"
1963 On July - 22 beatles release "Introducing the Beatles"
1964 On July - 22 four Navy Divers (LCDR Robert Thompson, MC; Gunners Mate First Class Lester Anderson, Chief Quartermaster Robert A. Barth, and Chief Hospital Corpsman Sanders Manning) submerge in Sealab I for 10 days at a depth of 192 feet, 39 miles off Hamilton, Bermuda. They surfaced on 31 July 1964.
1964 On July - 22 steve Ballesteros wins the Britsh Golf Open
1965 On this day in history edward Heath succeeds Alec Douglas-Hume as leader of Brit Cons party
1967 Carl Sandburg poet dies at 89 on July - 22.
1967 On July - 22 jimi Hendrix quits as openoing act of the Monkees' tour
1967 1st major appearance by Vanilla Fudge (Village Theater NYC) on this day in history.
1967 On July - 22 carl Sandburg, poet (Abraham Lincoln: Prairie Years), dies at 89
1968 On July - 22 sir John Newsome recommends public schools should take 50% of their intake from the state school system
1968 On this day in history giovanni Guareschi, Italian author: Don Camillo/Peppone, dies at 60
1969 Aretha Franklin arrested for disturbing the peace in Detroit on July - 22.
1969 Prince Juan Carlos named as the future king of Spain by General Franco on this day in history.
1969 USSR launches Sputnik 50 & Molniya 1-12 communications satellite on this day in history.
1969 Aretha Franklin arrested for disturbing peace in Detroit on this day in history.
1969 Hammy Love, cricketer (NSW wicket-keeper, played for Australia), dies on July - 22.
1971 Sudan military counter coup under premier Numeiry on July - 22.
1972 27.53 cm (10.84") of rainfall, Fort Ripley, Mn (state 24-hr record) on July - 22.
1972 Venera 8 makes soft landing on Venus on this day in history.
1972 10.84" (27.53 cm) of rainfall, Fort Ripley, Mn (state 24-hr record) on this day in history.
1972 Hugo Kauder, composer, dies at 84 on July - 22.
1973 On this day in history 28th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Susie Maxwell Berning
1974 On July - 22 evacuees from the coup on Cyprus arrive on board Navy vessels in the Mediterranean. Operation ended on 24 July.
1974 Edna Lewis Thomas, US actress (Streetcar Named Desire), dies at 88 on July - 22.
1975 On this day in history house of Reps votes to restore citizenship to Gen Robert E Lee
1975 On this day in history the House of Representatives approves a measure to restore the US citizenship of Robert E. Lee, Confederate General during the Civil War.
1976 On July - 22 "Let My People Come" opens at Morosco Theater NYC for 106 performances
1979 On this day in history hope Summers actress (Clara-Andy Griffith Show), dies at 78