Skip to content

This date in history 6-28-2021

This date in history for June 28.

1519: Charles I of Spain elected Holy Roman emperor.

1836: Former president James Madison dies.

1914: Austria’s Archduke is assassinated, leading to start of World War I.

1919: Germany signs treaty of Versailles, ending World War I.

1953: Workers assemble first Corvette.

1965: U.S forces launch first offensive of Vietnam War.

1969: Stonewall riots begin in New York City.

1992: Two big quakes rock California.

1997: Mike Tyson bites ear.

2007: Bald eagle removed from list of endangered species.

Get a better way to read the daily news, sports, obituaries and more with the Ledger/LCJ daily newsletter


Leave a Comment