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Red Summer - Longview race riot

Time: Thursday Jul 10, 1919

Place: Longview, Texas, U.S.

Details: A white race riot in Longview, Texas led to the deaths of at least 4 men and destroyed the African-American housing district in the town.


On This Day - 10 July

Aureus of Augustus, the first Roman Emperor
Roman Empire-Hadrian died
Thursday Jul 10, 138 - Baiae, Italy, Roman Empire (Present-Day Bacoli, Campania, Italy)
Theodelinda married Agilulf
Kingdom of the Lombards-Charlemagne was King of the Lombards
Wednesday Jul 10, 774 - Pavia, Italy
Vladimir Lenin
Vladimir Lenin-Marriage
Sunday Jul 10, 1898 - Eastern Siberia, Russian Empire
Irish War of Independence
Irish War of Independence-The IRA ambushed British forces
Sunday Jul 10, 1921 - Belfast, Northern Ireland
World War II
World War II-Britain is under attack
Wednesday Jul 10, 1940 - United Kingdom

July 1919

Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler-Verbindungsmann
Jul, 1919 - Germany
Photograph taken showing the body of Will Brown after being burned by a white lynch mob - Red Summer
Red Summer-Bisbee Riot
Thursday Jul 3, 1919 - Bisbee, Arizona, U.S.
Hungarian–Romanian War (Romanian Cavalry in Budapest during the Hungarian-Romanian War of 1919) Image
Hungarian–Romanian War-The Hungarian Army Had Retreated South of The Hungarian–Czechoslovak demarcation Line
Friday Jul 4, 1919 - Hungary
Photograph taken showing the body of Will Brown after being burned by a white lynch mob - Red Summer
Red Summer-Dublin, Georgia riot
Sunday Jul 6, 1919 - Dublin, Georgia, U.S.
Armenian Genocide
Armenian Genocide-Damat Ferid Pasha
Friday Jul 11, 1919 - Istanbul, Turkey (then Ottoman Empire)


Stalin's Image
Joseph Stalin-Bolsheviks won the War
1919 - Russia
Armenian Genocide
Armenian Genocide-Organised Courts-martial
1919 - Istanbul, Turkey (then Ottoman Empire)
Louis Armstrong Image
Louis Armstrong-Kid Ory's band
1919 - New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
Marcus Garvey
Marcus Garvey-International League for Darker People
Thursday Jan 2, 1919 - U.S.
Winston Churchill
Winston Churchill-Lloyd George moved Churchill to the War Office
Jan, 1919 - England, United Kingdom