|Saint John I held the position of Pope, the supreme master of Catholicism.
|Battle of Zorndorf: Prussia defeated Russia in which thousands died.
|The British captured the ferry community of Havana.
|The United Kingdom, ruling the Cape Colony in South Africa, formally canceled Triston da Kunhartiyplago.
|Diesel was discovered by renowned physicist and chemist Michael Faraday of Britain.
|Bombay High Court was established.
|The Society of Regret Africans was founded in Pearl.
|Colorado was accepted as the 38th US state.
|Construction of Cologne Cathedral - Germany was the most visited - it was completed 632 years after it started.
|A recording by the English musician Arthur Sulivan's The Lostchide (Audio Clip Wright), which was one of the first recording of music during a press conference starting from Thomas Edison's Eponograph in London.
|France Motor Vehicle Registration was introduced which included a driving test.
|Ismail Montes became President of Bolivia South America.
|The first beauty pageant was held in Folkestone, England.
|The Republic of China declared war with Germany and Austria in Hungary.
|China declared war against Germany and Austria during the First World War.
|The Olympic Games began in Antwerp, Belgium.
|Combat Cross went to the New York Police Department.
|After a secret meeting on warships, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and US President Franklin. The Roosevelt (suspended) released the Atlantic Charter, despite the fact that the United Nations started the war after World War II.
|A large number of German soldiers attacked Stalingrad, and the German submarines were fighting a three -day battle with British ships. The British said that their aircraft carriers, 'Eagle' were destroyed. In western Greece, American attackers attacked a Nazi warship.
|U.S. The Lunar Orbiter was designed to capture pictures of the moon landscape to prepare the American astronauts to land on the lunar landscape.
|Morarji Desai was awarded Pakistan's highest civilian honor, Nishan-e-Pakistan.
|The film The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which has been released even today, is the history of the longest -lasting theatrical release film in Los Angeles.
|15 sailors died during the Fastnet race.
|A fierce storm with seven winds has still reported the missing and at least 3 deaths with more than 150 boats. Fastnet is the last in the series of five races which is the World Championship of the Admiral Cup competition, boat racing.
|Latch Walsa and her colleagues started the strikes at the Dansk Shipyard, after which solidaritovments were established in Poland.
|International fugitive Carlos the Jacquel, a number -off in Europe wanted for terrorist attacks, was handed over to French agents Basudani officials.
|Iran's official news agency, IRNA, says Iran is not able to sell 200 million barrels of crude oil per day since the US approval.
|Helios Airways Flight 522 crashed on a mountain in North Marathon and Varano in Greece, killing all 121 people.
|The United Nations violated a ceasefire in Lebanon Warbaton Lebanon and Israel.
|Yeno Minagawa of Japan, the world's oldest woman, passed away.
|The Shanghai cooperation of the Central Asian countries includes the People's Republic of China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, which are found in the capital of Bishkek to talk on security issues.
|Four coordinated suicide bomb attacks exploded at Irakitown in Kahatania and Jazeera, killing 796 people and injuring 1,562 others.
|The Consumer Price Index in the United States increases .8 percent in July 2008, the annual inflation rate is 5.6 percent, the highest in 17 years.
|Pakistan starts its first international freight train service from Islamabad to Istanbul.
|The first Summer Youth Olympic Games were started in Singapore.
|The United Nations says that there is a hungry crisis worse than 2005 in the history of Niger, which killed thousands of people from hunger.
|The inaugural youth Olympic Games in Singapore took place between 14 and 18 years.
|Famous actor Shammi Kapoor of Hindi film industry passed away.
|638 people died in violent clashes between police and protesters in Egypt.
|Egypt announced the situation of Emergency as security forces killed hundreds of protesters supporting former President Mohammad Mursi.