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  • Sea Bright, New Jersey, U.S.
    Tuesday Jun 27, 1899

    Juan Trippe

    Born

    Sea Bright, New Jersey, U.S.
    Tuesday Jun 27, 1899

    Trippe was born in Sea Bright, New Jersey, on June 27, 1899, the great-great-grandson of Lieutenant John Trippe, captain of the USS Vixen.




  • Russian Empire
    Tuesday Jun 27, 1905

    1905 Russian Revolution

    Workers agree to stop striking 1 July

    Russian Empire
    Tuesday Jun 27, 1905

    27 June: Workers agree to stop striking 1 July.




  • Yugoslavia
    Friday Jun 27, 1941

    Josip Broz Tito

    Commander in Chief of all project national liberation military forces

    Yugoslavia
    Friday Jun 27, 1941

    On 27 June 1941, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia appointed Tito Commander in Chief of all project national liberation military forces.




  • South Korea
    Tuesday Jun 27, 1950

    Korean War

    Rhee evacuated from Seoul

    South Korea
    Tuesday Jun 27, 1950

    On 27 June, Rhee evacuated from Seoul with some of the government.




  • Taiwan & China
    Tuesday Jun 27, 1950

    Harry S. Truman

    Prevent further conflict between the communist government on the China mainland and the Republic of China (ROC) on Taiwan

    Taiwan & China
    Tuesday Jun 27, 1950

    On June 27, 1950, after the outbreak of fighting in Korea, Truman ordered the U.S. Navy's Seventh Fleet into the Taiwan Strait to prevent further conflict between the communist government on the China mainland and the Republic of China (ROC) on Taiwan.




  • New York, U.S.
    Tuesday Jun 27, 1950

    Korean War

    Resolution 83

    New York, U.S.
    Tuesday Jun 27, 1950

    After debating the matter, the Security Council, on 27 June 1950, published Resolution 83 recommending member states provide military assistance to the Republic of Korea.




  • Washington D.C., U.S.
    Tuesday Jun 27, 1950

    Korean War

    Help to South Korea

    Washington D.C., U.S.
    Tuesday Jun 27, 1950

    On 27 June President Truman ordered US air and sea forces to help South Korea.


  • Obninsk , Russia
    Sunday Jun 27, 1954

    Nuclear Power

    USSR's Obninsk Nuclear Power Plant.

    Obninsk , Russia
    Sunday Jun 27, 1954

    On June 27, 1954, the USSR's Obninsk Nuclear Power Plant, based on what would become the prototype of the RBMK reactor design, became the world's first nuclear power plant to generate electricity for a power grid, producing around 5 megawatts of electric power. the first nuclear reactor that produced electricity industrially, albeit at small scale.


  • United Kingdom and U.S.
    Wednesday Jun 27, 1973

    James Bond

    Live and Let Die

    United Kingdom and U.S.
    Wednesday Jun 27, 1973

    Live and Let Die is a 1973 spy film and the eighth film in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions and the first to star Roger Moore as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond.


  • Moscow, Russia
    Thursday Jun 27, 1974

    Richard Nixon

    The Second visit to The Soviet Union

    Moscow, Russia
    Thursday Jun 27, 1974

    During the previous two years, Nixon had made considerable progress in U.S.-Soviet relations, and he embarked on a second trip to the Soviet Union in 1974. He arrived in Moscow on June 27 to a welcome ceremony, cheering crowds, and a state dinner at the Grand Kremlin Palace that evening. Nixon and Brezhnev met in Yalta, where they discussed a proposed mutual defense pact, détente, and MIRVs. Nixon considered proposing a comprehensive test-ban treaty, but he felt that he would not have time to complete it during his presidency. There were no significant breakthroughs in these negotiations.


  • Uganda
    Sunday Jun 27, 1976

    Shimon Peres

    248 Paris-bound travelers

    Uganda
    Sunday Jun 27, 1976

    On 27 June 1976, Peres, as Minister of Defense, along with Rabin, had to deal with a coordinated act of terrorism when 248 Paris-bound travelers on an Air France plane were taken hostage by pro-Palestinian hijackers and flown to Uganda, Africa, 2,000 miles away.


  • Sardasht, West Azerbaijan Province, Iran
    Saturday Jun 27, 1987

    Iran–Iraq War

    The First Time That The Iraqis had attacked a Civilian area With poison gas

    Sardasht, West Azerbaijan Province, Iran
    Saturday Jun 27, 1987

    On 28 June, Iraqi fighter bombers attacked the Iranian town of Sardasht near the border, using chemical mustard gas bombs. While many towns and cities had been bombed before, and troops attacked with gas, this was the first time that the Iraqis had attacked a civilian area with poison gas. One quarter of the town's then population of 20,000 was burned and stricken, and 113 were killed immediately, with many more dying and suffering health effects over the next decades.


  • Serbia (Yugoslavia)
    Wednesday Jun 27, 1990

    Croatian War of Independence

    Regarding Croatia and Slovenia

    Serbia (Yugoslavia)
    Wednesday Jun 27, 1990

    According to Jović, on 27 June 1990 he and Veljko Kadijević, the Yugoslav Defense Minister, met and agreed that they should, regarding Croatia and Slovenia, "expel them forcibly from Yugoslavia, by simply drawing borders and declaring that they have brought this upon themselves through their decisions". According to Jović, the next day he obtained the agreement of Milošević.


  • Slovenia
    Thursday Jun 27, 1991

    Ten-Day War (Slovenian Independence War)

    Shot down two YPA helicopters

    Slovenia
    Thursday Jun 27, 1991

    In the afternoon of 27 June, the Slovenian TO (Slovenian Territorial Defence) shot down two YPA helicopters.


  • Slovenia
    Thursday Jun 27, 1991

    Croatian War of Independence

    Slovenian Independence War

    Slovenia
    Thursday Jun 27, 1991

    In June and July 1991, the short armed conflict in Slovenia.


  • Metlika, Slovenia
    Thursday Jun 27, 1991

    Ten-Day War (Slovenian Independence War)

    Further YPA troop movements took place in the early hours

    Metlika, Slovenia
    Thursday Jun 27, 1991

    Further YPA troop movements took place in the early hours of 27 June. A unit of the YPA's 306th Anti-Aircraft Regiment, based in Karlovac, Croatia, crossed the Slovenian border at Metlika.


  • Brnik, Slovenia
    Thursday Jun 27, 1991

    Ten-Day War (Slovenian Independence War)

    a column of tanks and armoured personnel carriers of the YPA 1st Armoured Brigade left heading for the airport at Brnik

    Brnik, Slovenia
    Thursday Jun 27, 1991

    A few hours later, a column of tanks and armoured personnel carriers of the YPA 1st Armoured Brigade left their barracks at Vrhnika near the Slovenian capital Ljubljana, heading for the airport at Brnik.


  • Slovenia
    Thursday Jun 27, 1991

    Ten-Day War (Slovenian Independence War)

    The YPA nonetheless successfully accomplished much of its military mission

    Slovenia
    Thursday Jun 27, 1991

    Despite the confusion and fighting, the YPA nonetheless successfully accomplished much of its military mission. By midnight on 27 June it had captured all of the crossings along the Italian border, all but three crossings on the Austrian border and several of the new crossing points established along Slovenia's border with Croatia.


  • Slovenia
    Thursday Jun 27, 1991

    Ten-Day War (Slovenian Independence War)

    A meeting of the Slovene presidency was hastily convened

    Slovenia
    Thursday Jun 27, 1991

    In the early hours of 27 June the Slovenian leadership was told of the movements of the YPA. The military leadership of the Fifth Military District, which included Slovenia, was in telephone contact with Slovenian president Milan Kučan, telling him that the troops' mission was limited to taking over the border crossings and airport. A meeting of the Slovene presidency was hastily convened at which Kučan and the rest of the members decided on armed resistance.


  • Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Saturday Jun 27, 1992

    Pope Francis

    Bishop of Buenos Aires

    Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Saturday Jun 27, 1992

    Bergoglio was named Auxiliary Bishop of Buenos Aires in 1992 and ordained on 27 June 1992 as Titular Bishop of Auca, with Cardinal Antonio Quarracino, Archbishop of Buenos Aires, serving as principal consecrator.


  • England
    Wednesday Jun 27, 2007

    Tony Blair

    Resignation

    England
    Wednesday Jun 27, 2007

    Blair tendered his resignation on 27 June 2007 and Brown assumed office during the same afternoon.


  • Redmond, Washington, U.S.
    Friday Jun 27, 2008

    Microsoft

    Gates Retired

    Redmond, Washington, U.S.
    Friday Jun 27, 2008

    Gates retired from his role as Chief Software Architect on June 27, 2008, a decision announced in June 2006, while retaining other positions related to the company in addition to being an advisor for the company on key projects.


  • Free State Stadium, Willows, Bloemfontein, South Africa
    Sunday Jun 27, 2010

    Sepp Blatter

    Blatter's refusal to allow technological assistance after controversial Frank Lampard goal

    Free State Stadium, Willows, Bloemfontein, South Africa
    Sunday Jun 27, 2010

    The criticism attracted by Blatter's refusal to allow goal-line technology or video replays intensified following the controversial Frank Lampard disallowed goal in the match between England and Germany on 27 June 2010.


  • Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
    Saturday Jun 27, 2015

    Dwayne Johnson

    The Rock Confronted BO Dallas

    Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
    Saturday Jun 27, 2015

    On June 27, The Rock appeared at a live event in Boston where he confronted Bo Dallas and gave him a Rock Bottom.


  • Mountain View, California, U.S.
    Tuesday Jun 27, 2017

    Google LLC

    The Company Received a Record Fine of €2.42 Billion From The European Union

    Mountain View, California, U.S.
    Tuesday Jun 27, 2017

    On June 27, 2017, the company received a record fine of €2.42 billion from the European Union for "promoting its own shopping comparison service at the top of search results."


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