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  • 2021
    • 24 Hours of Le Mans car race

    • 13 June 2021
    • The 24 Hours of Le Mans race is a 24-hour car race that takes place on a road track south of Le Mans in June. The race started in 1923 and has been part of the world endurance championship since 2012.
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    • Brexit is short for “British exit”, and reflects the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the EU. In the referendum held on 23 June 2016, there was a majority of 51.9% for “Leave”. The UK is preparing to leave the European Union – and its departure may be completed by the end of 2020.
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    • Brexit
    • 23 June 2016
    • 23 June 2021
    • Tour de France

    • 26 June 2021
    • The Tour de France is a cycling competition by stages founded in 1903 by two journalists, Henri Desgrange and Géo Lefèvre, of the magazine "L'Auto". It takes place in July every year and includes a time trial as well as stages in the Pyrénées and the Alps. In this collection created with Amaury Sport Organisation, you will find the most memorable images of the Tour de France from the 40s to this day.
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    • The Cannes Film Festival is an international film festival founded in 1946.
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    • Cannes Film Festival
    • 06 July 2021
    • Building of the Berlin Wall

    • 12 August 1961
    • 13 August 2021
    • During the night of 12 and 13 August 1961, the East German authorities erected a wall to separate the Soviet Sector of Berlin from the part of the city under American, British and French occupation. Free circulation between the two was prohibited.
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    • 17 May 2021
    • International day against Homophobia and transphobia

    • The International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia (or IDAHO - International Day Against HOmophobia) was first launched on 17th May 2005 by the Frenchman, Louis-Georges Tin, president of the IDAHO committee.
    • 22 May 2021
    • Eurovision Song Contest

    • The Eurovision Song Contest is an annual organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU). It brings together nearly all the countries of Europe as far away as Russia and Armenia or Israel and is broadcast live and simultaneously by all the participating TV channels.
    • 24 May 2006
    • 24 May 2021
    • Death of Claude Piéplu

    • Claude Piéplu (1923-2006), was a French actor. He became famous for narrating the animation series "Les Shadoks" as well as the man with the golden keys in the TV comedy series, "Palace".
    • 27 May 1921
    • 27 May 2021
    • Launch of the French highway code

    • The French highway code was launched by decree, followed by a driving licence, marking the tranformation of good practices and administrative codes.
    • 30 May 1961
    • 30 May 2021
    • First broadcast of TV programme "Age tendre et tête de bois"

    • "Âge tendre et tête de bois" was a TV variety show for young people presented by Albert Raisner, and recorded either at the Club Pierre Charron or the Bois de Boulogne Bowling Alley. It ran from 1961 to 1965 on RTF, then on ORTF's first channel.
    • 01 June 2021
    • Midem (Music) Festival

    • The International Record and Music Publishing Market (MIDEM) is the largest gathering of music sector companies. It takes place in Cannes every year since 1967 by the company Reed MIDEM, and previously by MIDEM Organisation.
    • 03 June 1946
    • 03 June 2021
    • The bikini scandal

    • Louis Réard designed the bikini, named after the nuclear tests on the Bikini atoll, but couldn't find a model who would agree to wear one. Bikinis were banned in Belgium, Spain and Italy, and were only finally accepted in the 1970s.
    • 05 June 1981
    • 05 June 2021
    • First cases of AIDS

    • Following the high rate of pneumonia and “Kaposi sarcoma” among young homosexual men, the illness was initially dubbed GRID, for “Gay-Related Immune Deficiency”. In 1982, it was renamed AIDS, which stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
    • 06 June 1991
    • 06 June 2021
    • Death of Stan Getz

    • Stanley Gayetzsky, better known as Stan Getz (1927-1991), was an American jazz musician. He was considered as one of the finest tenor saxophone players and nicknamed “The Sound” for the pure, rich sound of his sax that was the envy of John Coltrane .
    • 07 June 2011
    • 07 June 2021
    • Death of Jorge Semprun

    • Jorge Semprún Maura (1923-2011) was a Spanish writer, scriptwriter and politician who wrote essentially in French. As a Spanish communist party activist, he was deported to Buchenwald in 1943, he used his experiences to carry out a work of memorisation.
    • 11 June 1971
    • 11 June 2021
    • Opening of the Epinay congress

    • The SFIO congress in Epinay-sur-Seine was intended to bring together France's left-wing movements. The Congress elected François Mitterrand as First Secretary of the Socialist Party and gave him a mandate to prepare an agreement to govern with the Communist party.
    • 12 June 1991
    • 12 June 2021
    • Boris Yeltsin elected head of the Russian Federation

    • Boris Yeltsin was elected President of the Federation of Russia with 57.30% of the votes, ahead of Nikolaï Rijkov with 16.85%. This was the first “universal” election of a president in Russian history.
    • 13 June 2021
    • 24 Hours of Le Mans car race

    • The 24 Hours of Le Mans race is a 24-hour car race that takes place on a road track south of Le Mans in June. The race started in 1923 and has been part of the world endurance championship since 2012.
    • 14 June 2021
    • International Animation Film Festival in Annecy

    • The International Annecy Animation Film Festival, founded in 1960, offers the general public an official selection of a panel of films using different techniques. Initially organised every two years, it became annual in 1998.
    • 15 June 1996
    • 15 June 2021
    • Death of Ella Fitzgerald

    • Ella Fitzgerald (1917-1996), was an American jazz singer known as "The First Lady of Jazz". With a range of three octaves, she has a remarkably pure voice, particularly in scat.
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