th is National Stick Out Your Tongue Day and Daiquiri Day.
Today marks the 200
th day of the year. We now have only 165 days left until the end of the year.
If you were born on this day, your star sign is Cancer.
Prepare to be surprised by one or two of the historical events that happened on July 19
th in history.
Did you know that on this day in 1941, Tom and Jerry made their first named appearance in “The Midnight Snack”? They were previously called Jasper and Jinx.
Keep reading for more facts about July 19
th in history! What Happened On July 19 In History?
Due to climate change, a deadly heatwave landed on North-East America.
Temperatures reached above 100°F (38°C) in cities on the east coast of the United States, such as New York City and Washington D.C.
Selena Gomez debut studio album “Stars Dance” was released.
Marvels superhero movie “Captain America: The First Avenger” hit the theaters.
NASA’s Apollo 11 orbited the moon.
The crew spent a day in the moon's orbit while preparing for a moon landing on the following day.
“The Midnight Snack” cartoon was released making it Tom and Jerry’s very first appearance.
Adolf Hitler offered peace to Great Britain if they would surrender and allow Germany to dominate the country.
The Seneca Falls Convention became the first-ever US women’s rights convention.
The two-day event was organized by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott and took place in Seneca Falls, New York.
Brunel’s SS Great Britain ship was launched after taking four years to build.
The steamship became the world's largest ship of its time.
In Rosetta, Egypt, French troops discovered a black stone carved with two ancient Egyptian texts and one Ancient Egypt text.
Now known as the Rosetta Stone, it became the key to deciphering hieroglyphics and helped researchers crack countless codes.
Five women were hanged for witchcraft as part of the Salem Witch Trials in Massachusetts, US.
The Great Fire of Rome started when the merchant shops around the Circus Maximus caught fire.
Circus Maximus was the first and largest chariot racing and entertainment venue of the Roman Empire. The fire continued for nine days, destroying two-thirds of Rome.