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  1. Alexandra Scott who started a lemonade stand to raise money for children with cancer. Before passing away at the age 8 she successfully raised over $1 million towards cancer research. Her foundation sponsors a national fundraising weekend every June called Lemonade Days.

  2. NYC Police Officers were formally accused of using an illegal chokehold during an arrest 1,048 times from January 1, 2009 to June 30, 2014 ... that's two complaints filed every three days

  3. The Eternity puzzle launched in June 1999. Consisting of 209 pieces, it was marketed as being practically unsolvable, with a £1 million prize on offer for whoever could solve it within 4 years. The prize was paid out in October 2000.

  4. The Beatles', Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was released June 1, 1967 and was the first time lyrics had ever been included with an album cover.

  5. During the June 3 assault alone, Union forces suffered 7,000 casualties and the Confederates 1,500

  6. During the Battle of Seven Pines in Virginia on May 31 and June 1, 1862, Longstreet led his troops down the wrong road, causing confusing among the Confederate troops.

  7. After abdicating his throne, Wilhelm II went into exile in Doorn, Netherlands, which is where he died of a pulmonary embolism on June 4, 1941 at the age of eighty-two.

  8. On June 22nd, 1775 Congress authorized the printing of $1 million - the first American money ever printed.

  9. Over €1 billion had been pledged for the Notre-Dame cathedral reconstruction after the fire and as of 14 June only €80 million had been collected.

  10. Thinking that Richmond could not survive a siege, Johnston counter attacked the Union forces May 31 and June 1 at the Battle of Seven Pines. Like many battles in the Peninsula Campaign, Seven Pines ended in a virtual stalemate.

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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.

About the Alberta Hail suppression project that flies planes into thunderstorms to prevent hail from getting so large the damage is catastrophic. It started in 1996 and goes from June 1-Sept 15 every year.

June 30, 2015 will literally be the longest day of the year. By exactly 1 second.

During June 1 and 2, both sides dug in, creating a seven mile defensive line.

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.

As of June 1, 2015 All Baltimore City School Children Qualify for Free Breakfast and Lunch Every School Day, Regardless of Their Family's Income

Running battles between ships continued through the night and into the early morning hours of June 1, when the German fleet returned to port.

The largest feet on a living person (as of June 2018) belong to Jeison Orlando Rodriguez Hernandez from Venezuela. His right foot measures 40.55 cm (1 ft 3.96 in) and the left 40.47 cm (1 ft 3.93 in). Jeison, who is 7 ft 2.6 in (220 cm) tall, has shoes custom made for him in Germany.

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

On 1 June 2018, the EPA announced a proposed “Significant New Use Rule” (SNUR) for asbestos, because not all uses of asbestos are currently banned, some of them remain unregulated thanks to a 1991 court ruling.

On June 30th 1959, Emile Blondin, a French daredevil, became the first man to walk across Niagra Falls on a tightrope (over 1,000 ft) Initially, wanted to carry someone on his back but no one volunteered.

The Battle of the Beanfield took place on 1 June 1985, when the police prevented several hundred New Age travellers, from setting up the 1985 Stonehenge Free Festival. This resulted in one of the largest mass arrest of civilians (537) in English legal history since the Second World War.

The biggest tank battle of all time took place in Ukraine on June 23, 1941. It swallowed 2,648 Soviet tanks out of a total force of 5,000 versus some 1,000 German tanks.

Depending on where you are in Australia, you will celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's birthday on either June 11, September 24, or October 1. This is despite the fact that the Queen's actual birthday is April 21

The biggest selling single in the UK in 2000, selling 853,000 copies, was the Bob the Builder theme (aka Can We Fix It?). It went on to become the most successful single in BBC history, topping 1 million in sales by June 2001 and was also a #1 in Australia.

In June, 2013 a 1954 Mercedes-Benz W196R Formula 1 race car sold for $30 million. This is the most expensive car ever sold at public auction. Prior to this the record was $16.4 million for a 1957 Ferrari Testa Rossa prototype.

A course called 'High Valyrian for English Speakers' is being developed on Duolingo with 4 contributors and is expected to be completed on June 1, 2017.

The Godfather Part II was shot between October 1, 1973 and June 19, 1974 and was the last major American motion picture to have release prints made with Technicolor's dye imbibition process until the late 1990s

The Intel 8088 microprocessor, introduced on June 1, 1979, was designed at the company's laboratory in Haifa, Israel and was used in the pioneering first IBM personal computer.

On 1 June 2001, Prince Dipendra of Nepal massacred 9 members of his family, including the King, in a drunken rage after his mother refused to allow him to marry his fiancée

MySpace employed 1,600 people in June 2009, but by 2011 the company only had 200 employees.

Prior to June 2015 only two YouTube videos ('Gangnam Style' and 'Baby') had over 1 billion views each. There are now currently 23 videos with over 1 billion views, only 2 of which aren't music videos.

On June 22 1941 Hitler's Wehrmacht had a total of 1,755 Tanks.

On June 1, 1927, a New York Times article reported Donald Trump's father, Fred Trump, was arrested during a KKK brawl with Queens police.

Today, June 30, 2015, will receive a "Leap Second" at the end of the day so that clocks can account for the irregularity of Earth's rotation. As a result, today will be 1 second longer than any other day this year.