November 30, 2021
July 13 is the 194th day of the Gregorian calendar (195th in leap years).
1573 - Dutch War of Independence (80 Years' War): The siege of Harlem ends after seven months.
1863 - New York conscription riots break out. (~ July 16th)
1953 - Mao Zedong begins the Battle of Venus.
1920 - The Chosun Athletic Association (predecessor to the Korea Athletic Association) is established.
1930 - The first FIFA World Cup is held in Uruguay.
1990 - Started operation with the opening of the section between Jichuk Station and Gupabal Station on Seoul Subway Line 3
2010 - Microsoft ended support for Windows 2000 and Windows XP with Service Pack 2, and at the same time ended mainstream support for Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003 R2.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup closes in Brazil. (UTC−03)
Korea Republic defeated Russia 34-27 to win the Junior Handball World Championship in Koprivnica, Croatia.
Germany defeated Argentina 1-0 in the final of the World Cup in Brazil to win the title for the first time in 24 years.
KBS 1TV Challenge! Jeonbuk Girls' High School Kim Hee-joo (3rd grader) at Golden Bell became the 100th Golden Bell and achieved the 100th monumental achievement.
1527 – John D., English mathematician (b.
1590 - Pope Clement X, 239th Pope.
1608 – Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor (b.
1798 – Alexandra Fyodorovna, Empress of Russia, Emperor Nicholas I (b.
1821 – Nathan Bedford Forrest, an American soldier during the Civil War (b.
1841 – Otto Wagner, Austrian architect (d.
1861 – Maria Ana de Portugal, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg (d.
1900 – Bae Hae-seong, a North Korean actor.
1917 – Kim Seung-ho, South Korean actor (b.
1923 – Kwon Yi-hyeok, a South Korean medical scientist (b.
1927 – Simone Weil, French lawyer and politician (b.
1930 – Kim Ik-jin, a non-professional long-term rider of the Republic of Korea (b.
1940 – Patrick Stewart, English actor (b.
1942 – Harrison Ford, American actor (b.
1946 – Jang Mi-hwa, South Korean singer
1947 – Heo Kyung-young (born January 1, 1950 in the family register), a South Korean politician and entrepreneur.
1953 – Lee Duk-hee, South Korean tennis player (b.
1965 – Scott Smith, American writer (b.
1967 – Benny Benasi, an Italian DJ.
1969 – Ken Jeong, a Korean-American actor.
1979 – Jaejin Lee (Sechs Kies), South Korean singer
1982 – Choo Shin-soo, South Korean baseball player (b.
Park Hee-soo, South Korean baseball player
People's Republic of China hurdle player Liu Xiang
1987 – Baek Jeong-hyeon, South Korean baseball player (b.
Han Ha-hye, South Korean comedian
Jinon, South Korean rapper
1993 – Reza Nonen, a Japanese ship and fashion model
1997 – Yebin Baek, member of the South Korean girl group DIA (b.
574 - Pope John III, 61st Pope.
1024 - Henry II of the Holy Roman Empire, Holy Roman Emperor, fifth and last of the Otto dynasty.
1896 – Friedrich Augustus Kekule von Stradonitz, German chemist (b.
1921 – Gabriel Lippmann, French physicist (b.
1951 – Arnold Schoenberg, Austrian composer (b.
1954 – Frida Kahlo, Mexican surrealist painter (b.
1970 – Seong Shi Chai, a warlord of the Republic of China.
1995 – Park Chan-ju, a South Korean educator and social worker (b.
2012 – Richard D. Jannock, American film producer (b.
2017 – Liu Xiaobo, a People's Republic of China author (b.
2019 - Yun Chun-kwang, a member of the Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, Republic of Korea.
2020 – Park Chul, a South Korean director.
2020 – Grant Imahara, American electrical engineer (b.
2020 – Jinji Mandela of South Africa.
2021 – Ki-seok Cha, South Korean footballer (b.
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