Ephemeris of July 28

Ephemeris of July 28

1914: One month after the assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo, theAustria-Hungary declares war on Serbia.

1833: The Guizot law requires municipalities with more than 500 inhabitants to have at least one primary school for boys and to maintain at least one teacher.

1755: The "great inconvenience " : in Canada, the Council of Nova Scotia decides to deport the Acadians, colonists of French origin.

754: Having requested his aid against the Lombards of Italy, Pope Stephen II consecrates Pepin the Brief, in Saint-Denis.

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