Almanac- June 20th

1649 – Death of Richard Brandon, official executioner for the City of London and generally supposed to be the man who decapitated Charles I.

1756 – The infamous Black Hole Of Calcutta incident took place, in which an unconfirmed number of British prisoners died [some sources say 123].

1763 –  Wolfe Tone  [ Theobald Wolfe Tone] born.  A leading Irish revolutionary figure and one of the founding members of the United Irishmen and is regarded as the father of Irish Republicanism. He also lent his name to a band…

 

1923 – Death of Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa.

 

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