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  1. Pamela Anderson is Canada's "Centennial Baby", having been the first baby born on July 1, 1967, the 100th anniversary of Canada's official founding

  2. On July 7, 2017 a flight landing in San Francisco descended to an altitude of 25m and as close as 9m laterally to four planes waiting below before aborting. 1,000 passengers were at imminent risk and with only seconds to spare, narrowly avoided "the greatest aviation disaster in history"

  3. When the allies bombed Hamburg in July 1943, the unusually warm and dry weather conditions created "a vortex and whirling updraft of super-heated air which created a 1,500-foot-high tornado of fire, a totally unexpected effect."

  4. Last year California legislators passed a law that requires smartphones sold after July 1, 2015 to have a remote kill switch built into them.

  5. The Boston Museum of Science pulled a publicity stunt July 4, 1984 to promote their new dinosaur exhibit by carrying a 34 foot, 1,000 lbs., brontosaurus replica through downtown Boston by helicopter.

  6. Liechtenstein was the last country in Europe to grant women the right to vote. In a referendum on the issue on 1 July 1984, 51.3% of voters (all men of course) supported the move. The supporters of female suffrage won by 119 votes

  7. On July 1, 2016 volunteers dressed as World War I soldiers appeared across the UK as part of Battle of the Somme commemorations. The ‘soldiers’ silently handed cards to passers by, each bearing the name of a soldier who died at the Somme on 1st July 1916.

  8. There is an AI called Melomics which has written over 1,000,000,000 songs since July 2012 without human intervention

  9. The Sony Walkman launched on July 1, 1979 for $150 & to this date has sold 400 million units with 200 million being cassette players

  10. Every April 25 is ANZAC day in Australia and New Zealand. It is a day of remembrance and a national holiday in both countries, similar to Memorial Day, Veterans Day, and the Fourth of July in the United States.

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The nominal constellation of 24 GPS satellites as of July 1, 1993, Greenwich hour angle 18:36:14.4

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1 year of snow depths at every contiguous US weather station -- July 1, 2017 to May 30, 2018

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The second book, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets became No. 1 in adult hardcovers within 30 days of publication in July 1998.

Black soldiers, both free and freedmen, were first allowed to fight in the Union army under the Militia Act of July 1862: the Emancipation Proclamation of January 1, 1863 further sanctioned the use of black troops in the Union army

The 12th President of the USA died 1 year into his presidency on the 4th of July after eating "copious amounts of raw fruit and iced milk" at the Washington Monument

He was shot in the head in the skies over Belgium on July 6, 1917, but quickly recovered and was back in the air within a couple of weeks.

The battle was fought July 1-July 3, 1863.

Julius Caesar reformed the traditional Roman calendar, decided January 1 would be the start of the new year, and named the month of July after himself. The month of August was named after his successor, Augustus.

Chinese parents consider horse riding an elite education to make their kids more outstanding in the highly competitive Chinese society. There were 1,802 equestrian clubs in China to July 2018, double the number in 2016

McClellan's inaction was often the result of his belief that he simply did not have enough men to fight: his lack of confidence and indecision are often seen as the reason why he lost the Seven Days Battles (June 25-July 1, 1862) and the ultimate Union withdrawal from the Peninsula Campaign.

On July 1, 2004 he joined the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of California, San Diego and the Center for Atmospheric Sciences at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

Pershing died of heart disease on July 15, 1948 at the age of eighty-seven in Washington. D.C. He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

One of the only non-trench fighting engagements in the Battle of the Somme was the Battle of Delville Wood, fought from July 5 to September 3. British forces largely comprised of South Africans, were able to take the woods.

The actor who plays Anikan in Star Wars Episode 1 has schizophrenia. He also was arrested in July for reckless driving, driving without a licence and resisting arrest. The incident was brought on by him forgetting to take his medication.

Longstreet redeemed himself during the Seven Days Battle from June 25 to July 1, 1862 near Richmond, Virginia: Longstreet picked up the slack from his underperforming Confederate peers and helped lead the Confederates to a decisive victory.

When the Battle of the Somme began in July, the Germans were forced to move men from Verdun to the Somme area.

The first TV commercial was shown on July 1, 1941 for Bulova Watches. It ran for 10 seconds at a cost of $9.

On 2 July 1990 1,426 people were suffocated and trampled to death in a crowded pedestrian tunnel near Mecca when the ventilation system failed.

The only Japanese language song to reach the Billboard 100 charts is the Kyu Sakamoto song "Ue o Muite Arukō" ("I Look Up As I Walk") which was renamed "Sukiyaki" overseas, it reached #1 and sat there from July 15-29 1963

The Seven Days Battles, which took place from June 25 to July 1, marked the end of the Peninsula Campaign for the Union.

Due to his victory at Tannenberg, as well as other victories in eastern Europe, Hindenburg was made the commander of all Central Powers armies on the Eastern Front on July 29, 1916

The City of Tokyo ceased to exist on July 1, 1943

The Black/African American population only makes up 13.3% of the US population (as of 1 July 2016).

A majority of Canadians supported the Confederacy during the Civil War and that US' threat to Canadian sovereignty after the Civil War directly led to Canadian Independence on July 1, 1867.

Pam Anderson was Canada's "Centennial Baby", having been the first baby born on July 1, 1967, the 100th anniversary of Canada's official founding via the Constitution Act, 1867.

About the British Royal Navy's controversial attack on Mers-el-Kébir, on July 3rd 1940, in which 1,297 French servicemen were killed; an action that the French for many years afterwards considered a betrayal by their ally.

Glenn Allison was the first American ten-pin bowler to roll a perfect 900 series in sanctioned competition. He rolled the series on July 1, 1982, but the then-American Bowling Congress (ABC) did not approve his award application, citing non-complying lane conditions.

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