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7. August

                   

Der 7. August ist der 219. Tag des Gregorianischen Kalenders (der 220. in Schaltjahren), somit bleiben noch 146 Tage bis zum Jahresende. Die erste Hälfte des Sommers ist vorüber.

Historische Jahrestage
Juli · August · September

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

  Ereignisse

  Politik und Weltgeschehen

  1588: Die Niederlage der spanischen Armada in Calais
  1884: Deutsch-Südwestafrika
  1942:Amerikanische Truppen am Strand von Guadalcanal

  Wirtschaft

  Wissenschaft und Technik

  1909: Die Fahrtroute von Alice Ramsey
  1980: Viking 1 Orbiter

  Kultur

  1908: Venus von Willendorf

  Gesellschaft

  Religion

  1316: Papst Johannes XXII.

  Katastrophen

Kleinere Unglücksfälle sind in den Unterartikeln von Katastrophe aufgeführt.

  Sport

Einträge von Leichtathletik-Weltrekorden befinden sich unter der jeweiligen Disziplin unter Leichtathletik.

  Geboren

  vor dem 19. Jahrhundert

  19. Jahrhundert

  20. Jahrhundert

  1901–1950

  Konrad Heiden
(* 1901)
  Ralph J. Bunche
(* 1904)
  Liane Berkowitz
(* 1923)
  Sigfried Held
(* 1942)

  1951–2000

  Karl Schweitzer
(* 1952)
  Gesine Lötzsch
(* 1961)
  Jimmy Wales
(* 1966)
  Charlize Theron
(* 1975)

  Gestorben

  vor dem 19. Jahrhundert

  19. Jahrhundert

  20. Jahrhundert

  1901–1950

  1951–2000

  21. Jahrhundert

  Feier- und Gedenktage

  • Kirchliche Gedenktage
    • Hl. Afra von Augsburg, Märtyrerin, Prostituierte und Schutzpatronin (evangelisch, katholisch)
    • Hl. Sixtus II., römischer Papst, Märtyrer und Schutzpatron (katholisch)
    • Hl. Kajetan von Thiene, italienischer Ordensgründer und Schutzpatron (katholisch)

Weitere Einträge enthält die Liste von Gedenk- und Aktionstagen.

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