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6 July 1934 in a sentence

1. On 6 July 1934, adventurer and nobleman Boris Skossyreff, with his promise of freedoms and modernization of the country and wealth through the establishment of a tax haven and foreign investments, received the support of the members of the General Council to proclaim himself the sovereign of Andorra.

2. On 6 July 1934, Haigh married 23-year-old Beatrice 'Betty' Hamer.

3. John Hoyle Cockcroft (born 6 July 1934) is a British Conservative politician.

4. 6 July 1934) was a noted German Egyptologist and philologist from Berlin.

5. Harry A. Pollard (23 January 1879 – 6 July 1934) was an American silent film actor and director.

6. Pollard died in Pasadena, California, on 6 July 1934, aged 55, after a brief illness.

7. Günther Domenig (6 July 1934 – 15 June 2012) was an Austrian architect.

8. The expedition started off at Edmonton, Alberta on 6 July 1934 and their goal was to travel 1500 miles to Telegraph Creek, British Columbia.

9. Alec B. Francis (born Alec Francis Budd, 2 December 1867 – 6 July 1934) was an English actor, largely of the silent era.

10. Maurice Hasson (born 6 July 1934) is a French-Venezuelan violinist.

11. Edward "Ned" Bullough (17 December 1866 – 6 July 1934) was an English rugby union footballer who played in the 1890s.

12. 6 July 1934) was a city councillor and Mayor of Nelson, New Zealand, a baker, temperance advocate, and Baptist.

13. Pettit was born in Nelson in 1858 and died in Wellington on 6 July 1934.

14. Michel Crauste (6 July 1934 – 2 May 2019) was a French international rugby union player.

15. The film premiered in the United States at the Yorkville Theatre on the Upper East Side of Manhattan on 6 July 1934 as Our Flag Leads Us Forward and in March 1942 in Paris as Le jeune hitlérien.

16. Max Cramer OAM (6 July 1934 – 3 August 2010) was an Australian scuba diver who became famous as the co-discoverer of the wreck of the Batavia on 4 June 1963.

17. Max Cramer was born on 6 July 1934.

18. 6 July 1934), known in Brazil as Dom Pedro Augusto, was a prince of the Empire of Brazil and of the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha-Koháry. The favorite grandson of Emperor Pedro II, he was known as "the Preferred" (Portuguese: O Preferido).

19. Anthony "Tony" Burreket (born 6 July 1934) is a former Australian politician.

20. John Caven (born 6 July 1934) was a Scottish professional football outside left who played in the Football League for Brentford.

21. Pia Colombo (6 July 1934, in Homblières, Aisne, France – 16 April 1986) was a French singer of Franco-Italian origin, been born Eliane Marie Amélie Pia Colombo who acted in radio, cinema and television between 1956 and 1981.

22. Francisco Javier García Verdugo Garrido (6 July 1934 – 9 June 2017), known as García Verdugo, was a Spanish footballer who played as a defender, and manager.

23. Bertram Manhin (born 6 July 1934) is a Trinidad and Tobago former sports shooter.

24. Kofi Bentum Quantson (born 6 July 1934) is a Ghanaian security intelligence expert who rose through the ranks after joining the Special Branch of the Ghana Police Service as a young detective to become Director.

25. Kofi was born on 6 July 1934 at Axim in the Western Region of Ghana . Kofi had his secondary education at Clayborn College Sekondi, an unassisted (private) secondary school, as it was called at the time.

26. Arun Kumar Biswas (6 July 1934 – 30 November 2015) was a professor at Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (India) during 1963–95. He is well known for his contributions in the area of mineral engineering, archeaometallurgy, minerals and gems in antiquity, history of science, philosophy, science and music, etc.

27. Horst Jaeger (6 July 1934 - 3 April 2018) was a gregarious German businessman and Anglophile who was awarded the Cross of the Order of Merit of Germany for his efforts in improving Anglo-German relations.

28. Peik Gästrin (born 6 July 1934) is a Finnish sailor.