ALSO ON JUNE 14 IN HISTORY…
1811 — American abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe born.
1894 — Marxist theorist José Carlos Maríategui born, Moquegua, Peru.
1905 — Battleship Potemkin mutiny, Odessa, Russia.
1926 — American impressionist painter Mary Cassat dies.
1933 — Polish-born novelist Jerzy Kosinski born.
1940 — German troops march into Paris, lowest point of the Second World War.
1951 — First UNIVAC computer installed in U.S. Census Bureau office.
1965 — Jewish mystic, philosopher Martin Buber dies.
1982 — Argentina surrenders Falkland Islands to Great Britain, ending war.
Excerpted from The 2009 Autonomedia Calendar of Jubilee Saints: Radical Heroes for the New Millennium by James Koehnline and the Autonomedia Collective