On this day.Honley High School Honley High School is a secondary school situated on the edge of the village of Honley in the Holme Valley, West Yorkshire, England. The catchment area is the neighbouring villages of Brockholes, Honley and Meltham. Honley High has around 1,250 pupils aged 11-16. took victory in the orchestra final at the National Festival of Music For Youth in London.
1807: Round-arm bowling was introduced to English cricket by John Willes John Willes may refer to:
- John Willes (cricketer) (1778–1852), English cricketer
- John Willes (1685-1761), British Member of Parliament 1724–1737
- John Willes (1721-1784), British Member of Parliament for 1746–1761
1837: London's first railway station, Euston, opened. 1944: An assassination Assassination
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Fanatical Moslem sect that smoked hashish and murdered Crusaders (11th—12th centuries). [Islamic Hist.: Brewer Note-Book, 52]
conspirator and assassin of Julius Caesar. [Br. attempt on Hitler was made by a German staff officer, Count Claus Schenk von Stauffenberg, at Rastenberg, East Prussia.
1968: Actress Jane Asher broke off her engagement with Paul McCartney in a BBC television interview. 1969: "One small step for man, one giant step for mankind," said Neil Armstrong when he emerged from the Eagle lunar module to take man's first step on the Moon.