June 1935 in History

Events in History

  • Jun 1 Driving test & license plates introduced in England
  • Jun 1 Yanks set solo HR record with 6 beat Boston 7-2
  • Jun 3 French liner SS Normandie sets Atlantic crossing record of four days, three hours and 14 minutes on her maiden voyage
  • Jun 3 One thousand unemployed Canadian workers board freight cars in Vancouver, British Columbia, beginning a protest trek to Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Jun 9 Ho-Umezu Agreement: the Republic of China, under KMT administration, recognizes Japanese occupations in Northeast China.
  • Jun 10 Dr Robert Smith & William Wilson of Akron form Alcoholics Anonymous (date of Smith's last drink)
  • Jun 11 Inventor Edwin Armstrong gives the first public demonstration of FM broadcasting in the United States, at Alpine, New Jersey.
  • Jun 12 Weapons pact ends 3 year war of Gran Chaco (Bolivia vs Paraguay)
  • Jun 12 Senator Huey Long of Louisiana spoke continually for 15½ hours in Senate's longest speech on record (150,000 words)
  • Jun 13 Hammond scores his 100th hundred, 116 for Gloucs v Somerset
  • Jun 14 Chaco War between Bolivia & Paraguay ends

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Jun 16 US Congress accepts FDR's "New Deal"

32nd US President Franklin D. Roosevelt
32nd US President
Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • Jun 23 British PM Anthony Eden offers Benito Mussolini a Somalian harbor
  • Jun 26 Andrew Sandham's 100th FC hundred, 103 v Hants
  • Jun 26 Lloyd Waner sets record of 18 putouts in center in doubleheader
  • Jun 26 SDAP & CPH achieve majority in city council in Amsterdam
  • Jun 26 Work service for recent graduates becomes obligatory in Germany
  • Jun 27 Danno O'Mahoney beats Jim Londos in Boston, to become wrestling champ
  • Jun 28 Earl Averill's consecutive-game streak ends at 673
  • Jun 28 FDR orders a federal gold vault to be built at Fort Knox, Kentucky
  • Jun 30 Danno O'Mahoney beats Ed George in Boston, to become wrestling champ
  • Jun 30 The Senegalese Socialist Party holds its first congress.

Birthdays in History

  • Jun 1 John Edward Porter, (Rep-R-IL, 1980- )
  • Jun 1 Reverend Ike [Frederick J. Eikerenkoetter II], American televangelist (Joy of Living), born in Ridgeland, South Carolina (d. 2009)
  • Jun 2 Carol Shields, American-born novelist (d. 2
  • Jun 2 Dimitri Kitsikis, Greek turkologist
  • Jun 3 Raoul Franklin, chancellor (City University London)
  • Jun 6 Jean Gattegno, translator/scholar
  • Jun 7 Thomas Kailath, American engineer
  • Jun 10 Tom Pendry, MP (Labour)
  • Jun 10 Elio Fiorucci, Italian fashion designer, born in Milan (d. 2015)
  • Jun 12 Christoph Meckel, writer
  • Jun 13 Aleksandr Alekseyevich Kiselyov, Russia, cosmonaut
  • Jun 13 Jeanne-Claude Denat de Guillebonnt, French artist
  • Jun 13 Samak Sundaravej, Thai 25th Prime Minister (former)
  • Jun 14 Jan Nijland, cattle breeder/Dutch MP (CDA)
  • Jun 15 Fernand Schokweiler, British judge
  • Jun 16 Jim Dine, pop artist (St John the Divine), born in Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Jun 18 Hugh McColl, American banker
  • Jun 20 Anthony Pilkington, CEO (Pilkington Pic)
  • Jun 21 Francoise Sagan, [Quoirez], Cajarc France, novelist (Bonjour Trieste)
  • Jun 23 Maurice Ferre, former mayor of Miami
  • Jun 24 Pete Hamill, journalist (NY Post), born in Brooklyn, New York
  • Jun 25 Wynand Breytenbach, South African under minister of Defense (1986- )
  • Jun 26 Douglas Peterson, (Rep-D-Florida)
  • Jun 27 Eduard Pavlovich Kugno, Russia, cosmonaut

Deaths in History

  • Jun 6 Julian Byng, British army officer (b. 1862)
  • Jun 7 Ivan V Mitsjoerin, Russian botanist, dies
  • Jun 22 Szymon Askenazy, Polish historian, diplomat and politician (b. 1866)
  • Jun 27 Eugene Augustin Lauste, French inventor (b. 1857)