Eugen Fischer, Bloody Thursday, National Labor Relations Act

On this day: July 5
Venezuela declares independence from Spain (1811)

Germany takes possession of Cameroon (1884)

"Bloody Thursday": Police open fire on striking longshoremen in San Francisco (1934)

The National Labor Relations Act is signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt (1935)

b: Eugen Fischer (1874); d: Tom Mboya (1969), Kenneth Lay (2006)

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