June 7 is the 158th day of the Gregorian calendar ( 159th in leap years), thus remaining 207 days of the year.
- 3.1 Before the 19th century
- 3.2 19th century
- 3.3 20th century
- 3.4 21st century
Politics and World Affairs
- 2009: In the European elections in 2009, which started in some member states already on 4 June, the Conservative Group of the European People's Party ( Christian Democrats) and European Democrats (EPP- ED) emerged as the strongest party, the European Social Democrats suffered losses.
Science and Technology
- 0948: The Universal Synod of Ingelheim is convened by Pope Agapet II to the schism to solve the archbishopric of Reims. Artold of Reims is confirmed as the rightful archbishop by the Assembly.
- 1912: In the Encyclical Lacrimabili statu Pope Pius X looks at the situation of the Indians in South America and asks bishops and priests to face protectively on the side of the oppressed.
- 2006: The Central Council of Jews in Germany, Charlotte Knobloch selected with the first female president at its head.
Minor accidents are listed in the sub- items of disaster.
Entries of Athletics world records are located under the respective discipline under Athletics. Entries to the World Cup games are found in the bottoms of football 's World Cup. The same is true for the European Football Championships.
Before the 19th century
Before the 19th century
- 0555: Vigilius, Pope
- 0830: Erkan Bert of Minden, the first bishop in Minden
- 1048: Berno of Reichenau, Abbot of Reichenau
- 1159: Robert of Newminster, founder of Newminster Abbey
- 1316: Peter de Angeli Pontecorvo, Bishop of Olomouc
- 1329: Robert I, Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland
- 1492 Casimir IV, King of Poland
- 1621: Martin Fruwein, one of the most active participants of the Bohemian revolt
- 1653: Ludwig Young man, German botanist and physician
- 1673: Eugene Maurice of Savoy - Carignan, Count of Soissons, French general
- 1701: Wilhelm Ferdinand, Duke of Württemberg, German military commander and Field Marshal
- 1771: Florian Bahr, German Jesuit missionary and China
- 1778: Johann Georg Zechner, Austrian organist and composer
Friedrich Wilhelm III. († 1840)
Friedrich Hölderlin († 1843)
Franz Xaver Gruber († 1843)
- 2001: Víctor Paz Estenssoro, Bolivian politician and President
- 2003: Georges Christoffel Maria Evers, a Dutch nurse researchers
- 2004: Angelika Birck, Austrian psychologist and author
- 2004: Thomas Forsberg aka Quorthon, Swedish musician of the band Bathory
- 2004: Roger Matton, Canadian composer and ethnomusicologist
- 2004: Manuel Rosenthal, French conductor and composer
- 2005: Ulrich Briefs, German economist and politician, Member of Parliament
- 2006: Abu Musab al -Zarqawi, a Jordanian Islamist extremists and al-Qaeda terrorist
- 2006: Joseph Dorfman, Israeli composer and music educator
- 2006: Eleanor Zetzsche, German actress and singer
- 2007: Michael Hamburger, German - British poet, essayist and translator
- 2008: Jim McKay, American sportscaster
- 2008: Dino Risi, Italian film director and screenwriter
- 2008: Horst Skoff, Austrian professional tennis player
- 2008: Erick Wujcik, American game designer
- 2011: Jorge Semprún, Spanish writer
- 2012: Bob Welch, American musician
- 2013: Pierre Mauroy, French politician
Holidays and observances
- Religious observances Ludwig Ihmels, German bishop ( Protestant)
- Seattle ( chief ), Native American (Protestant: ELCA )
- Name Days Robert
More entries contains the list of commemorative and action days.