What happened in July 30 In The History. Who Born in July 30. who died in. Here are the incidents which taken place in this day.
1619: THE FIRST LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY IN AMERICA CONVENES in July:
A senator, six councilors and 22 burgesses (chose agents) meet in Jamestown, Virginia, U.S., for a six-day session. The European-style meeting is gathered and the get together is known as the House of Burgesses.
1863: HENRY FORD IS BORN July:
The American industrialist and author of Ford Motor Company is conceived in Greenfield Township, Michigan, U.S.
1930: URUGUAY WINS 1ST FIFA WORLD CUP
The Uruguay national group massacres Argentina 4-2 to win the principal soccer World Cup being played in Montevideo, Uruguay.
1942: WAVES SIGNED INTO LAW BY PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs a bill making a ladies’ helper office in the Navy known as “Ladies Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service” — WAVES for short.
1945: USS INDIANAPOLIS SINKS in July:
In the last days of World War II, the U.S. Naval force cruiser is torpedoed by the Imperial Japanese Navy submarine and sinks inside 12 minutes.
1956: THE PHRASE “IN GOD WE TRUST” ADOPTED AS THE U.S. NATIONAL MOTTO:
In 1956, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs a measure making “In God We Trust” the national aphorism, supplanting “E Pluribus Unum” (Out of numerous, one).
1976: BRUCE JENNER WINS DECATHLON GOLD IN 1976 OLYMPICS:
American Bruce Jenner wins gold in the decathlon at the Montreal Olympics. His 8,617 focuses set a world record in the occasion.
2002: GOLD DOUBLE EAGLE AUCTIONS FOR $7.6 MILLION:
The 1933 twofold falcon sold to an unknown bidder at a Sotheby’s closeout held in New York for $6.6 million, in addition to a 15-percent purchaser’s premium, and an extra $20 expected to “adapt” the face estimation of the coin so it would end up noticeably legitimate cash.
2016: SKYDIVER LUKE AIKINS SETS RECORD FOR HIGHEST JUMP WITHOUT PARACHUTE:
Luke Aikins, a 42-year-old skydiver with more than 18,000 jumps, makes history as he becomes the first person to make a planned leap without a parachute or wingsuit, landing in a net at the Big Sky movie ranch on the outskirts of Simi Valley, California.