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JULY 20, 1989: MUSICIANS from Honley High School 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 of Kent in the Kent v England match at Fenenden Heath.

1837: London's first railway station, Euston, opened. 1944: An assassination 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.
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