8 July 1934 in a sentence
1. On 8 July 1934 Boris issued a proclamation in Urgell, declaring himself Boris I, King of Andorra, simultaneously declaring war on the Bishop of Urgell and approving the King's constitution on 10 July.
2. Martin Alan Feldman (8 July 1934 – 2 December 1982) was a British actor, comedian and comedy writer, known for his prominent, misaligned eyes.
3. Feldman was born on 8 July 1934 in East London, the son of Cecilia (née Crook) and Myer Feldman, a gown manufacturer, who were Jewish immigrants from Kiev, Ukraine.
4. At least two Uruguayan military pilots, Benito Sánchez Leyton and Luis Tuya, volunteered for some of the most daring missions carried out by Paraguayan Air Force Potez 25s, like the resupply of besieged forces during the Battle of Cañada Strongest and the mass air strike on the Bolivian stronghold of Ballivián on 8 July 1934.
5. 8 July 1934) was a French astronomer.
6. Noa served as cruise ship for Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps students from the University of California, Berkeley from 17 June to 8 July 1934.
7. Leonard Cockayne FRS (7 April 1855 – 8 July 1934) is regarded as New Zealand's greatest botanist and a founder of modern science in New Zealand.
8. William McKelvey (8 July 1934 – 19 October 2016) was a British Labour politician who served as the MP for Kilmarnock from the 1979 to 1983 general election and for Kilmarnock and Loudoun from 1983 until his retirement in 1997 on health grounds.
9. Jack Dyson (8 July 1934 – 22 November 2000) was both an English first-class cricketer and a professional footballer.
10. No physical junction then existed between the two routes at Cogload, but on 8 July 1934 a connection was installed that allowed down trains from Bristol to be switched onto down Castle Cary line at Cogload;
11. It opened on 1 May 1931, and from 1 May 1932 until 8 July 1934 was named Faringdon Platform, before reverting to the original name of Farringdon Halt.
12. Aleksandr Pavlovich Kurynov (Russian: Александр Павлович Курынов, 8 July 1934 – 30 November 1973) was a Russian weightlifter.
13. John Amdisen (8 July 1934 – 14 January 1997) was a Danish association football player.
14. On 8 July 1934 Clancy played his last game for Cork in a 3-4 to 2-2 Munster semi-final defeat by Limerick.
15. He worked quickly, and had finished the piece by 8 July 1934.
16. Frederick James Whishaw (14 March 1854 – 8 July 1934) was a Russian-born British novelist, historian, poet and musician.
17. Whishaw died at his home in Slapton, Devon on 8 July 1934.
18. Raquel Teresa Correa (8 July 1934 – 10 September 2012) was a Chilean journalist who spent the main part of her career with the newspaper El Mercurio.
19. Borislav Milošević (8 July 1934 – 29 January 2013) was a Yugoslav diplomat who last served as Yugoslav ambassador to Algeria, Japan and Russia.
20. Air Commodore Jasjit Singh, AVSM, VrC, VM (8 July 1934 – 4 August 2013) was an Indian military officer, writer, military strategist, and air commodore in the Indian Air Force.
21. Singh was born on 8 July 1934 He founded the Air Force think tank, Centre for Air Power Studies, and also remained longest continuously serving director of Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA) from 1987-2001.
22. Dorothy Liu Yiu-chu (8 July 1934 – 31 March 1997) was a prominent Hong Kong pro-Beijing politician and lawyer.
23. A Hakka of Huiyang ancestry, Liu was born in Hong Kong on 8 July 1934.
24. It was first awarded on 8 July 1934, on the initiative of David Jonason to promote swimming.
25. Petar Bajić (born 8 July 1934) is a Yugoslav former sports shooter.
26. Ole Lund (born 8 July 1934) is a Norwegian barrister and industrial leader.
27. Clayton Howard (8 July 1934 – 24 October 2017) was a British make-up artist.
28. He was born Francis Herbert Fish on 8 July 1934, in a working-class family in Liverpool, the son of James Fish and Ada Fish née Atkinson.
29. Industry. The building was founded to serve as the headquarters of the Karachi Indian Merchants' Association, and its foundation stone was laid on 8 July 1934 by Gandhi.
30. He was ordained a priest of the Diocese of Udine on 8 July 1934.
- Boris I
- 10 July
- the Co-Prince
- 20 July
- Garde Mobile
- the 1933 Revolution
- Vichy France
- the Hostal Palanques Evasion Network Command
- The Evasion Network Command
- almost 400
- between 1941 and 1944
- the Casino Hotel
- Free France
- Andorran Group (Agrupament Andorrà
- French Resistance
- Banc Agrícol
- Crèdit Andorrà
- Banca Mora
- Banca Cassany
- the late 1930s
- April 1968
- Charles de Gaulle
- Ràdio Andorra
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