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June 9: Facts & Historical Events On This Day

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Did you know that on this day, June 9, 1934, Donald Duck came to public screens for the first time?

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June 9th is National Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Day & Donald Duck Day.

Today marks day 160 of the year, and we have 204 days left of the year.

June 9 saw the introduction of one of the most famous cartoons of all time on TV, but it’s also been an important day in history for war, politics and space exploration.

Did you know that on this day in 1934, Donald Duck came to public screens for the first time? His debut was in the film “The Wise Little Hen”.

Keep reading for more fun & interesting facts about June 9th in history!

Events

What memorable events happened on June 9 in history? Keep reading to find out!

2013

Edward Snowden publicly declared that he was the source of the leaked NSA documents.

1999

A peace treaty was signed between NATO, Yugoslavia, and Serbia.

The treaty was signed in Kumanovo, Macedonia, bringing the end of the Kosovo War the next day.

1989

The sci-fi movie “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier” was released in the US.

OTD in 1989: The sci-fi movie "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier" was released in the US.

1985

Soviet Space Program’s Vega 1, which was launched on December 15, 1984, released a space probe to enter Venus.

The probe successfully entered the planet’s atmosphere on June 11.

1982

Dictator Efraín Rios Montt declared himself the president of Guatemala.

1975

British Parliament was broadcasted live.

The House of Commons meeting was transmitted live on BBC Radio.

1972

Major record label Columbia Records signed singer Bruce Springsteen.

1971

Rock star Paul McCartney’s “Ram” album went Gold.

1959

The first ballistic missile submarine was launched from Groton, Connecticut, US.

OTD in 1959: The first ballistic missile submarine was launched from Groton

1958

Queen Elizabeth II opened London Gatwick Airport.

OTD in 1958: Queen Elizabeth II opened London Gatwick Airport.

The airport was also the world’s first that combined air, road, and rail travel from one location.

1934

Donald Duck made its first appearance in “The Wise Little Hen.”

1931

Robert Goddard was granted a patent for the rocket-powered aircraft.

1803

British explorer Matthew Flinders became the first person to successfully circumnavigate Australia.

1549

The Church of England adopted the Book of Common Prayer.

Following the death of King Henry VIII, parliament passed the Act of Uniformity on January 29, 1549, stating that on June 9, the Book of Common Prayer must be adopted by the Church of England.

Famous Births

If today’s your birthday, you share this special day with Johnny Depp! Here are other famous people born on this day.

1963

Johnny Depp

American

Actor

Johnny Depp

Age:

60 years old

Born In:

Kentucky, USA

2001

Xolo Mariduena

American

Actor

Xolo Mariduena

Age:

22 years old

Born In:

California, USA

1981

Natalie Portman

Israeli-American

Actress

Natalie Portman

Age:

42 years old

Born In:

Jerusalem, Israel

1961

Michael J. Fox

Canadian-American

Actor

Michael J. Fox

Age:

62 years old

Born In:

Alberta, Canada

Famous Deaths

Unfortunately, June 9th has also been a day where we’ve had to say some goodbyes over the years…

1812

1870

Charles Dickens

English

Writer

Charles Dickens

1812

1870

Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens was an English writer born on February 7, 1812. He died on this day in 1870, at age 58 in Higham, Kent, England, UK.

Died On:

Jun 9, 1870 (Age 58)

Died In:

England, UK

1958

2014

Rik Mayall

English

Actor

Rik Mayall

1958

2014

Rik Mayall

Rik Mayall was an English actor born on March 7, 1958. He died on this day in 2014, at age 56 in London, England, UK.

Died On:

Jun 9, 2014 (Age 56)

Died In:

England, UK

Special Holidays

If you’re looking to try something new today, here are some special holidays that might just give you an idea.

June 9: National Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Day
United States

National Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Day

Rhubarb may be quite sour by itself, but there’s nothing more delicious than rhubarb paired with something ever so sweet as strawberries. Bake that into a pie, and oh boy, it’s simply heavenly. So what are you waiting for? Go bake a strawberry rhubarb pie already!

June 9: National Donald Duck Day
International

National Donald Duck Day

On this day in 1934, Donald Duck appeared for the first time on our screens in The Wise Little Hen, and we’ve been in love ever since! Some great ways to celebrate Donald Duck Day include hosting an impersonation contest or watching your favorite Donald Duck cartoons.

THe Fact Site’s

Fun Fact Of The Day

Scrappy-Doo is widely considered to be one of the most hated characters in fiction. He’s not appeared in an animated Scooby-Doo production since 1988.

Birthday & Zodiac

Everyone who was born on June 9th shares the same star sign, Gemini.

Geminis often have lots of friends in many different circles. This keeps them from getting bored and keeps life interesting. The freedom to roam between these social networks is extremely important for Geminis.

For all of you who were born in June, your allocated birthstone is alexandrite. In 1830, alexandrite was seen as a magical gem by the miners who discovered it due to its changing colors. A miner was collecting gems and was surprised when the green gemstone turned a vibrant shade of red when viewing them by the campfire at night.

Those who were born on this day were likely conceived the previous year on September 16.

The due date for babies conceived on this day is around March 2, 2024.

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