July 31

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August 19, 2022

July 31 is the 212th day of the Gregorian calendar (213th in a leap year). This day is the last day of July.

event

781 - Japan's first eruption of Mt. Fuji (oldest eruption record) 1907 - The army of the Korean Empire is disbanded. 1944 - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry goes missing while piloting a fighter jet during World War II. 1946 - The Anti-Tak Research Institute is established. 1959 - Jo Bong-am is executed in connection with the Progressive Party case. 1976 - A fire accident occurred at Dong-A Department Store in Daegu. 1980 - The Martial Law Command indicts Kim Dae-jung and 37 others on charges of conspiracy to revolt. 1992 - Georgia joins the United Nations The collapse of the Sinhaengju Bridge in Seoul, South Korea. Thai Airways Flight 311 crashed. year 2014 - A landslide occurred due to heavy rain around 10:45 a.m. local time on the 30th in Maharashtra, western India. 25 people died and 150 were buried. An ammonia gas leak occurred at a shipyard in Yeosu, Jeollanam-do. One person died and 30 others were injured in the accident. The Argentine government defaulted on its debt after 13 years.

Culture

2008 - Internet Co., Ltd. released VOCALOID2 Gackpoid. 2009 - Donguibogam, a treasure of the Republic of Korea, is registered as a World Heritage Site. 2010 - At the 34th World Heritage Committee meeting held in Brasilia, Brazil, Hahoe Village and Yangdong Village, along with cultural heritage sites such as Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands, were registered as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 2012 - Paran, one of the Korean portal sites, terminated its service and transferred some functions to Daum Communications. 2015 - The International Olympic Committee has decided that Beijing will host the 2022 Winter Olympics. 2016 - Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is published.

Birth

1800 – Friedrich Wöhler, German chemist (b. 1912 – Milton Friedman, American economist (b. 1925 – Sam S. Walker, an American soldier (b. 1950 – Kim Su-jeong, a South Korean cartoonist (b. 1962 – Wesley Snipes, an American actor. 1963 – Junji Ito, Japanese manga artist (b. 1965 – J.K. Rowling, British novelist (b. 1967 – Minako Honda, Japanese singer-songwriter (b. 1969 – Antonio Conte, Italian former footballer and coach. 1972 – Katherine Ndereva, Kenyan marathon runner (b. 1974 – Lee Jong-hyuk, South Korean actor (b. 1976 – Paulo Wanchope, a Costa Rica footballer (b. 1977 – Sam Hammington, an Australian comedian who plays in South Korea. 1978 – Kim Ji-yoon, South Korean announcer (b. 1979 – Carlos Marchena, Spanish footballer. 1979 – Andy Van Hecken, an American baseball player. 1980 – Rina Aiuchi, Japanese singer-songwriter (b. 1984 – Heo Do-hwan, South Korean baseball player (b. 1985 – Won-jun Jang, a South Korean baseball player (b. 1987 – Won Jong-hyeon, South Korean baseball player (b. 1992 – Park Soo-ah (After School), South Korean singer and actress. 1993 – Bob Wagner, American kart rider proga 1994 – Ryu Won-jung, a South Korean singer (b. 1995 Minwoo (Boyfriend) is a South Korean rapper. South Korean singer Y (Golden Child). 1999 – Hong Joo-chan, a South Korean singer (b. (Golden Child). 2000 – Kim Sae-ron, South Korean actress (b.

death

1556 – Saint Ignatius de Loyola, Spanish priest (d. 1784 – Denis Diderot, French philosopher and philosopher. 1819 – Jean Jaurés, French socialist and politician (d. 1875 – Andrew Johnson, 17th President of the United States (b. 1886 – Franz Liszt, Hungarian composer and pianist (b. 1944 – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, French novelist (b. 1959 – Jo Bong-am, South Korean politician (b. 2008 - Korean cattle