June 1954

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The following events occurred in June 1954:

June 1, 1954 (Tuesday)[edit]

June 2, 1954 (Wednesday)[edit]

June 3, 1954 (Thursday)[edit]

June 4, 1954 (Friday)[edit]

June 5, 1954 (Saturday)[edit]

June 6, 1954 (Sunday)[edit]

June 7, 1954 (Monday)[edit]

  • Early computer scientist Alan Turing commits suicide.

June 8, 1954 (Tuesday)[edit]

  • Mohammad Barghi founds Azar Factory in Urmia, West Azerbaijan, Iran.

June 9, 1954 (Wednesday)[edit]

June 10, 1954 (Thursday)[edit]

June 11, 1954 (Friday)[edit]

June 12, 1954 (Saturday)[edit]

June 13, 1954 (Sunday)[edit]

June 14, 1954 (Monday)[edit]

June 15, 1954 (Tuesday)[edit]

Mark Roy Jablonka was born at 08:30am. Parents: Harold Carl Jablonka and Anita Irene Oldenberg. Siblings: Paul, Pamela, Tomas, Laura and Matthew born in 1958.

June 16, 1954 (Wednesday)[edit]

June 17, 1954 (Thursday)[edit]

June 18, 1954 (Friday)[edit]

June 19, 1954 (Saturday)[edit]

June 20, 1954 (Sunday)[edit]

June 21, 1954 (Monday)[edit]

June 22, 1954 (Tuesday)[edit]

  • Sarah Mae Flemming is expelled from a bus in South Carolina for sitting in a white-only section.
  • Parker–Hulme murder case: 16-year old Pauline Parker and her friend 15-year-old Juliet Hulme bludgeon Parker's mother to death using a brick at Victoria Park in New Zealand.

June 23, 1954 (Wednesday)[edit]

June 24, 1954 (Thursday)[edit]

  • The Battle of Mang Yang Pass begins in Mang Yang, Vietnam. It would become the last battle of the First Indochina War. The battle would last until June 29.

June 25, 1954 (Friday)[edit]

  • Craig Onslow Belshe was born on this date in Denver Colorado. His parents were Donna Lou (Sapington) Belshe and Dale Curtis Belshe.

June 26, 1954 (Saturday)[edit]

June 27, 1954 (Sunday)[edit]

June 28, 1954 (Monday)[edit]

June 29, 1954 (Tuesday)[edit]

  • The Battle of Mang Yang Pass ends in Vietnam. It resulted in the end of the First Indochina War, as well as the final defeat of the French.

June 30, 1954 (Wednesday)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gunkel, Christoph (3 October 2015). "Der 17. Juni: Tag der deutschen Zwietracht - SPIEGEL ONLINE - einestages". Spiegel.