July 12 in History
1817July 12, 1817: German inventor, Karl Drais von Sauerbronn introduces the dandy horse which would inspire the creation of today's bicycles.
1901July 12, 1901:
American Major League Baseball pitcher, Cy Young records his 300th career win.
1928July 12, 1928:
The world's first televised tennis match is broadcasted.
1946July 12, 1946:
Benjamin Britten’s opera "Rape of Lucretia" is shown at the Glyndebourne Festival Opera.
1962July 12, 1962:
The American rock band Rolling Stones makes their first performance at London's Marquee Jazz Club.
1992July 12, 1992: American singer and record producer Axl Rose is arrested in connection to the disturbances that happened at a concert held in St. Louis on 2nd July.
1993July 12, 1993:
English composer Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical titled "Sunset Promenade" is launched in London.
2002July 12, 2002:
Indian romantic drama film "Devdas" is released worldwide.
2018July 12, 2018:
Canadian-American producer and actress, Sandra Oh becomes the first female to earn a “Lead Actress Emmy” nomination at the Primetime Emmy Awards and go on to win two Golden Globes prizes.
- July 12, 2018:
Christopher McQuarrie’s action film titled “Mission Impossible Fallout” premieres in Paris.