July 1914

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The following events occurred in July 1914:
On the war see July Crisis and Causes of World War I.[1]

Sikhs aboard Komagata Maru in Vancouver's Burrard Inlet, 1914. Courts in British Columbia ruled the ship had to leave Canadian waters.
Cartoon titled "The Army Worm" in the U.S. newspaper Chicago Daily News depicting "War Menace" threatening the people of Europe, 1914

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July 4 1914 (Saturday)[edit]

House damaged by bomb explosion at 1626 Lexington Avenue in Manhattan, July 4, 1914

July 5 1914 (Sunday)[edit]

July 6 1914 (Monday)[edit]

  • Komagata Maru incident – The British Columbia Court of Appeal gave a unanimous judgement that under new orders-in-council, it had no authority to interfere with the decisions of the Department of Immigration and Colonization, allowing the Canadian government legal standing to order Vancouver harbor's tug Sea Lion to push the Japanese vessel out to sea with more than 300 Sikhs and other British Indian subjects on board.[32]
  • July Crisis – British Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey received warning from German ambassador Karl Max of likely war in the Balkans, but Grey was optimistic “that a peaceful solution would be reached” through Anglo-German co-operation.[33] Meanwhile, Kaiser Wilhelm II went on his annual cruise of the North Sea at the insistence of his courtiers, even though he wished to remain in Berlin until the crisis was resolved.[34]
  • The 6th French Grand Prix, organised by the Automobile Club of France (ACF), was run at Lyon over 752.58 km (37.629 km x 20 laps). The winner was Christian Lautenschlager of Germany driving a Mercedes 18/100 in 7:08:18.4. The race was retrospectively referred to as the XIV Grand Prix de l´ACF.[35]
  • Celebrated Uruguayan poet Delmira Agustini was murdered in her Montevideo home by her ex-husband Enrique Job Reyes, a month after the couple had divorced. Reyes shot her twice before turning the gun on himself. They had married in 1913 but Agustini left Reyes a month later. On the centennial of her death, the city of Montevideo unveiled a statue of her by artist Martín Sastre in memory of the poet and other victims of gender-based violence.[36][37]
  • A French fishing vessel in the English Channel off Boulogne, France found a body floating in the water. Although they did not retrieve the corpse, the crew described the body's clothing as belonging to a pilot and recovered from it a road map of southern England. The evidence suggested the body was of Gustav Hamel, who disappeared while flying on 23 May.[38]
  • Born: Viola Desmond, Canadian activist, known for her court case that challenged racial segregation in Nova Scotia, in Halifax (d. 1965); Vincent J. McMahon, America professional wrestling promoter, manager of the Capitol Wrestling Corporation (now WWE), father of Vince McMahon, in New York City (d. 1984)

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July 9 1914 (Thursday)[edit]

July 10 1914 (Friday)[edit]

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July 12 1914 (Sunday)[edit]

Austro-Hungarian Foreign Minister Leopold Berchtold

July 13 1914 (Monday)[edit]

July 14 1914 (Tuesday)[edit]

Hungarian Prime Minister István Tisza and Chief of the Army General Staff Conrad von Hötzendorf in Vienna, 15 July 1914

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July 27 1914 (Monday)[edit]

July 28 1914 (Tuesday)[edit]

Austria-Hungary's telegram to the Kingdom of Serbia declaring war, 28 July 1914

July 29 1914 (Wednesday)[edit]

River military boat SMS Bodrog on the Danube river in 1914

July 30 1914 (Thursday)[edit]

July 31 1914 (Friday)[edit]

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