July 2004
Smithsonian;Jul2004, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p15
Highlights world historical events that occurred in the month of July. End of yearlong crime spree by murderer and escaped convict, John Dillinger, who was gunned down in Chicago in 1934; Start of Elvis Presley's career as he recorded his first single, "That's All Right"; Dictatorship of Saddam Hussein which began when he seized the office of president in 1979.


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