Happy Father's Day.

Ireland is invaded by English King John, who lands at Waterford, and starts to builds castles, including one in Dublin.
England's University of Oxford received its charter, making it the second-oldest surviving university in the world.
Irish village of Baltimore is attacked by North African pirates from Algeria’s looking for young white slaves.
England’s Hudson's Bay post at Moose River Ontario is taken by French privateers led by Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville.
English Nobleman James Scott, 1st Duke of Monmouth declares himself King of England at Bridgewater.
Scottish historian Adam Ferguson, (Ferguson of Raith) of the Scottish Enlightenment, was born in Logierait, Perthshire
British East India C/o soldiers locked in a small dungeon, known as "Black Hole of Calcutta", out of 150 only 23 survived.
Ireland's United Irishmen's founding member Theobald Wolfe Tone, commonly known as Wolfe Tone was born in Dublin.
English Quaker Benjamin Huntsman, an inventor, and manufacturer of cast or crucible steel dies in Attercliffe, Sheffield.
Scottish Gen Moore stops Irish rebels from looting the Town of Wexford at the battle of Foulksmills
Queen Victoria ascended the throne following the death of her uncle, King William IV. She reigns for over 63 years.
Irish Australian bushranger and folk hero Ned Kelly, a symbol of resistance against the ruling class, was born in Victoria.
British East India C/o Sepoys mutiny contained, as they thought their rifle cartridges were greased with animal fat.
Scottish industrialist and MP James Baird, Britain's largest producer of iron is buried at Alloway churchyard.
Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee, Buffalo Bill Cody drove the Deadwood stagecoach with 4 European kings on board.
Britain's longest railway bridge over the River Tay in Scotland is opened.
Canada is attacked by a Japanese submarine, which shells the isolated Estevan Point on Vancouver Island.
Canada's only Communist Party MP Fred Rose sentenced to six years in prison for spying for the USSR.
British Royal Marine commandos accept Argentines Surrender of its base on Southern Thule in the Falklands War.
Britain's biggest education exam shakeup with the new GCSEs exams replacing the O Level and CSE exams
English drummer Ringo Starr, late for the Beatles, announced a comeback tour with his All-Starr Band.
British Chancellor John Major proposed a new European currency that would circulate alongside existing currencies.
London’s classic Route master, the world-famous double-decker red bus, is to be phased out due to old age.
Irish band U2 takes part in a Greenpeace protest, at the Sellafield nuclear power plant in northwest England.
English cricket umpire, Harold 'Dickie' Bird received a standing ovation at Lords, when he officiates his final Test Match.
England was knocked out after just two matches, by Group D rivals Italy and Uruguay in the world cup.
Britain lifting curfew, 42,675 dead, no curfew in America, 121,599 dead and after political rallies this weekend will rise.
Britain to delay total freedom of movement till July, as new Indian covid 19 strain is out of control, in the north.
Britain & USA Father's Day is held on the third Sunday of June. It is a day to honor fathers and father figures.
(Unless otherwise indicated, all illustrations are courtesy of Wikipedia)

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