June 4 in History
What happened on June 4 in history?
A chronological timetable of historical events that occurred on june 4 in history. Historical facts of the day in the areas of military, politics, science, music, sports, arts, entertainment and more. Discover what happened on june 4 in history.?>
Black activist Angela Davis is found not guilty of murder, kidnapping, and criminal conspiracy.
The Taiwan island of Quemoy is hit by 500 artillery shells fired from the coast of Communist China.
North Korea accepts the United Nations proposals in all major respects.
Juan Peron is installed as Argentina’s president.
The U-505 becomes the first enemy submarine captured by the U.S. Navy.
Allied troops liberate Rome.
In Argentina, Juan Peron takes part in the military coup that overthrows Ramon S. Castillo.
The British complete the evacuation of 300,000 troops at Dunkirk.
The U.S. Senate passes the Women’s Suffrage bill.
French and American troops halt Germany’s offensive at Chateau-Thierry, France.
Gold is discovered in Alaska’s Indian Creek.
Confederates under General Joseph Johnston retreat to the mountains in Georgia.
The French army, under Napoleon III, takes Magenta from the Austrian army.
Tripoli is forced to conclude peace with the United States after a conflict over tribute.
British troops capture Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Captain George Vancouver claims Puget Sound for Britain.
The Freemasons are founded in London.
Parliamentary forces capture King Charles I and hold him prisoner.
The fortress at Osaka, Japan, falls to Shogun Leyasu after a six-month siege.