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June 14 Holidays and Observances
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We have compiled the long list of observances on June 14, notable events, national days in June 14, federal to regional holidays from all over the world. Also included are possible special bank holidays which falls on June 14 globally.
Month of June
June is a summer month in the northern half of the world, and a winter month in the southern half. It is named after Juno, the goddess of youth.
Identified as a counterpart to the Greek Hera, Juno was an important and powerful ancient Italian deity who became the protector of Rome, wife of Jupiter, queen of gods, and goddess of marriage, childbirth, and fertility.
According to tradition, the birthstones for June are pearl, alexandrite, and moonstone, all representing health and longevity. The June birth flowers are the rose (Rosa) and the honeysuckle (Lonicera caprifolium).
Holidays in June
The word holiday has differing connotations in different regions. It can exclusively be refer to the nationally, religiously or culturally observed day(s) of rest or celebration, or the events themselves. While the word june refer to the period of time where leave from one’s duties has been agreed.
The concept of holidays is also often originated in connection with religious observances. The intention of a holiday was typically to allow individuals to tend to religious duties associated with important dates on the calendar. In most modern societies, however, holidays serve as much of a recreational function as any other weekend days or activities.
June has its share of celebrations and holidays. As you probably know, it’s the month we honor the fathers in our lives with Father’s Day on the third Sunday in June (June 20, 2021) and commemorate the emancipation of the last enslaved African Americans on Juneteenth (June 19). The month of June is Pride Month, a month-long observance in celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people—and the history, culture, and contributions of these people and their communities.
June 14 Holidays and Observances
June 14 Holidays, National Day
June 14 is the 165th day of the year (166th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar; 200 days remain until the end of the year.
- 1158 – The city of Munich is founded by Henry the Lion on the banks of the river Isar.
- 1216 – First Barons’ War: Prince Louis of France takes the city of Winchester, abandoned by John, King of England, and soon conquers over half of the kingdom.
- 1276 – While taking exile in Fuzhou, away from the advancing Mongol invaders, the remnants of the Song dynasty court hold the coronation ceremony for Emperor Duanzong.
- 1285 – Second Mongol invasion of Vietnam: Forces led by Prince Trần Quang Khải of the Trần dynasty destroy most of the invading Mongol naval fleet in a battle at Chuong Duong.
- 1287 – Kublai Khan defeats the force of Nayan and other traditionalist Borjigin princes in East Mongolia and Manchuria.
- 1381 – Richard II of England meets leaders of Peasants’ Revolt at Mile End. The Tower of London is stormed by rebels who enter without resistance.
- 1404 – Welsh rebel leader Owain Glyndŵr, having declared himself Prince of Wales, allies himself with the French against King Henry IV of England.
- 1618 – Joris Veseler prints the first Dutch newspaper Courante uyt Italien, Duytslandt, &c. in Amsterdam (approximate date).
- 1645 – English Civil War: Battle of Naseby: Twelve thousand Royalist forces are beaten by 15,000 Parliamentarian soldiers.
- 1667 – The Raid on the Medway by the Dutch fleet in the Second Anglo-Dutch War ends. It had lasted for five days and resulted in the worst ever defeat of the Royal Navy.
- 1690 – King William III of England (William of Orange) lands in Ireland to confront the former King James II.
- 1775 – American Revolutionary War: the Continental Army is established by the Continental Congress, marking the birth of the United States Army.
- 1777 – The Second Continental Congress passes the Flag Act of 1777 adopting the Stars and Stripes as the Public Holidays in the United States.
- 1789 – Mutiny on the Bounty: HMS Bounty mutiny survivors including Captain William Bligh and 18 others reach Timor after a nearly 7,400 km (4,600 mi) journey in an open boat.
- 1800 – The French Army of First Consul Napoleon Bonaparte defeats the Austrians at the Battle of Marengo in Northern Italy and re-conquers Italy.
- 1807 – Emperor Napoleon’s French Grande Armée defeats the Russian Army at the Battle of Friedland in Poland (modern Russian Kaliningrad Oblast) ending the War of the Fourth Coalition.
- 1821 – Badi VII, king of Sennar, surrenders his throne and realm to Ismail Pasha, general of the Ottoman Empire, bringing the 300 year old Sudanese kingdom to an end.
- 1822 – Charles Babbage proposes a difference engine in a paper to the Royal Astronomical Society.
- 1830 – Beginning of the French colonization of Algeria: Thirty-four thousand French soldiers begin their invasion of Algiers, landing 27 kilometers west at Sidi Fredj.
- 1839 – Henley Royal Regatta: the village of Henley-on-Thames, on the River Thames in Oxfordshire, stages its first regatta.
- 1846 – Bear Flag Revolt begins: Anglo settlers in Sonoma, California, start a rebellion against Mexico and proclaim the California Republic.
- 1863 – American Civil War: Second Battle of Winchester: A Union garrison is defeated by the Army of Northern Virginia in the Shenandoah Valley town of Winchester, Virginia.
- 1863 – Second Assault on the Confederate works at the Siege of Port Hudson during the American Civil War.
- 1872 – Trade unions are legalized in Canada.
- 1888 – The White Rajahs territories become the British protectorate of Sarawak.
- 1900 – Hawaii becomes a United States territory.
- 1900 – The second German Naval Law calls for the Imperial German Navy to be doubled in size, resulting in an Anglo-German naval arms race.
- 1907 – The National Association for Women’s Suffrage succeeds in getting Norwegian women the right to vote in parliamentary elections.
- 1919 – John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown depart from St. John’s, Newfoundland on the first nonstop transatlantic flight.
- 1926 – Brazil leaves the League of Nations.
- 1937 – Pennsylvania becomes the first (and only) state of the United States to celebrate Flag Day officially as a state holiday.
- 1937 – U.S. House of Representatives passes the Marihuana Tax Act.
- 1940 – World War II: The German occupation of Paris begins.
- 1940 – The Soviet Union presents an ultimatum to Lithuania resulting in Lithuanian loss of independence.
- 1940 – Seven hundred and twenty-eight Polish political prisoners from Tarnów become the first inmates of the Auschwitz concentration camp.
- 1941 – June deportation: the first major wave of Soviet mass deportations and murder of Estonians, Latvians and Lithuanians, begins.
- 1944 – World War II: After several failed attempts, the British Army abandons Operation Perch, its plan to capture the German-occupied town of Caen.
- 1945 – World War II: Filipino troops of the Philippine Commonwealth Army liberate the captured in Ilocos Sur and start the Battle of Bessang Pass in Northern Luzon.
- 1949 – Albert II, a rhesus monkey, rides a V-2 rocket to an altitude of 134 km (83 mi), thereby becoming the first monkey in space.
- 1951 – UNIVAC I is dedicated by the U.S. Census Bureau.
- 1954 – U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs a bill into law that places the words “under God” into the United States Pledge of Allegiance.
- 1955 – Chile becomes a signatory to the Buenos Aires copyright treaty.
- 1959 – Disneyland Monorail System, the first daily operating monorail system in the Western Hemisphere, opens to the public in Anaheim, California.
- 1959 – Dominican exiles depart from Cuba and land in the Dominican Republic to overthrow the totalitarian government of Rafael Trujillo. All but four are killed or executed.
- 1962 – The European Space Research Organisation is established in Paris – later becoming the European Space Agency.
- 1966 – The Vatican announces the abolition of the Index Librorum Prohibitorum (“index of prohibited books”), which was originally instituted in 1557.
- 1967 – Mariner program: Mariner 5 is launched towards Venus.
- 1972 – Japan Airlines Flight 471 crashes on approach to Palam International Airport (now Indira Gandhi International Airport) in New Delhi, India, killing 82 of the 87 people on board and four more people on the ground.
- 1982 – Falklands War: Argentine forces in the capital Stanley conditionally surrender to British forces.
- 1986 – The Mindbender derails and kills three riders at the Fantasyland (known today as Galaxyland) indoor amusement park at West Edmonton Mall in Edmonton, Alberta.
- 1994 – The 1994 Vancouver Stanley Cup riot occurs after the New York Rangers win the Stanley Cup from Vancouver, causing an estimated C$1.1 million, leading to 200 arrests and injuries.
- 2002 – Near-Earth asteroid 2002 MN misses the Earth by 75,000 miles (121,000 km), about one-third of the distance between the Earth and the Moon.
- 2014 – A Ukraine military Ilyushin Il-76 airlifter is shot down, killing all 49 people on board.
- 2017 – A fire in a high-rise apartment building in North Kensington, London, UK, leaves 72 people dead and another 74 injured.
- 2017 – US Republican politician Steve Scalise of Louisiana, and three others, are shot and wounded by a terrorist while practicing for an annual charity baseball game.
- 1444 – Nilakantha Somayaji, Indian astronomer and mathematician (d. 1544)
- 1479 – Giglio Gregorio Giraldi, Italian poet and scholar (d. 1552)
- 1529 – Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria (d. 1595)
- 1627 – Johann Abraham Ihle, German astronomer (d. 1699)
- 1691 – Jan Francisci, Slovak organist and composer (d. 1758)
- 1726 – Thomas Pennant, Welsh ornithologist and historian (d. 1798)
- 1730 – Antonio Sacchini, Italian composer and educator (d. 1786)
- 1736 – Charles-Augustin de Coulomb, French physicist and engineer (d. 1806)
- 1763 – Simon Mayr, German composer and educator (d. 1845)
- 1780 – Henry Salt, English historian and diplomat, British Consul-General in Egypt (d. 1827)
- 1796 – Nikolai Brashman, Czech-Russian mathematician and academic (d. 1866)
- 1798 – František Palacký, Czech historian and politician (d. 1876)
- 1801 – Heber C. Kimball, American religious leader (d. 1868)
- 1811 – Harriet Beecher Stowe, American author and activist (d. 1896)
- 1812 – Fernando Wood, American merchant and politician, 73rd Mayor of New York City (d. 1881)
- 1819 – Henry Gardner, American merchant and politician, 23rd Governor of Massachusetts (d. 1892)
- 1820 – John Bartlett, American author and publisher (d. 1905)
- 1829 – Bernard Petitjean, French Roman Catholic missionary to Japan (d. 1884)
- 1838 – Yamagata Aritomo, Japanese Field Marshal and politician, 3rd and 9th Prime Minister of Japan (d. 1922)
- 1840 – William F. Nast, American businessman (d. 1893)
- 1848 – Bernard Bosanquet, English philosopher and theorist (d. 1923)
- 1848 – Max Erdmannsdörfer, German conductor and composer (d. 1905)
- 1855 – Robert M. La Follette, American lawyer and politician, 20th Governor of Wisconsin (d. 1925)
- 1856 – Andrey Markov, Russian mathematician and theorist (d. 1922)
- 1862 – John Ulric Nef, Swiss-American chemist and academic (d. 1915)
- 1864 – Alois Alzheimer, German psychiatrist and neuropathologist (d. 1915)
- 1868 – Karl Landsteiner, Austrian biologist and physician, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1943)
- 1868 – Anna B. Eckstein, German peace activist (d. 1947)
- 1870 – Sophia of Prussia (d. 1932)
- 1871 – Hermanus Brockmann, Dutch rower (d. 1936)
- 1871 – Jacob Ellehammer, Danish mechanic and engineer (d. 1946)
- 1872 – János Szlepecz, Slovene priest and author (d. 1936)
- 1877 – Jane Bathori, French soprano (d. 1970)
- 1877 – Ida MacLean, British biochemist, the first woman admitted to the London Chemical Society (d. 1944)
- 1878 – Léon Thiébaut, French fencer (d. 1943)
- 1879 – Arthur Duffey, American sprinter and coach (d. 1955)
- 1884 – John McCormack, Irish tenor and actor (d. 1945)
- 1884 – Georg Zacharias, German swimmer (d. 1953)
- 1890 – May Allison, American actress (d. 1989)
- 1894 – Marie-Adélaïde, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg (d. 1924)
- 1894 – José Carlos Mariátegui (d. 1930)
- 1894 – W. W. E. Ross, Canadian geophysicist and poet (d. 1966)
- 1895 – Jack Adams, Canadian-American ice hockey player, coach, and manager (d. 1968)
- 1898 – Theobald Wolfe Tone FitzGerald, Irish Army Officer and painter (d. 1962)
- 1900 – Ruth Nanda Anshen, American writer, or, and philosopher (d. 2003)
- 1900 – June Walker, American stage and film actress (d. 1966)
- 1903 – Alonzo Church, American mathematician and logician (d. 1995)
- 1903 – Rose Rand, Austrian-American logician and philosopher from the Vienna Circle (d. 1980)
- 1904 – Margaret Bourke-White, American photographer and journalist (d. 1971)
- 1905 – Steve Broidy, American businessman (d. 1991)
- 1905 – Arthur Davis, American animator and director (d. 2000)
- 1907 – Nicolas Bentley, English author and illustrator (d. 1978)
- 1907 – René Char, French poet and author (d. 1988)
- 1909 – Burl Ives, American actor and singer (d. 1995)
- 1910 – Rudolf Kempe, German pianist and conductor (d. 1976)
- 1913 – Joe Morris, English-Canadian lieutenant and trade union leader (d. 1996)
- 1916 – Dorothy McGuire, American actress (d. 2001)
- 1917 – Lise Nørgaard, Danish journalist, author, and screenwriter
- 1917 – Gilbert Prouteau, French poet and director (d. 2012)
- 1917 – Atle Selberg, Norwegian-American mathematician and academic (d. 2007)
- 1918 – Fred Baur, American chemist and founder of Pringles (d. 2008)
- 1919 – Gene Barry, American actor (d. 2009)
- 1919 – Sam Wanamaker, American actor and director (d. 1993)
- 1921 – Martha Greenhouse, American actress (d. 2013)
- 1923 – Judith Kerr, German-English author and illustrator (d. 2019)
- 1923 – Green Wix Unthank, American soldier, lawyer, and judge (d. 2013)
- 1924 – James Black, Scottish pharmacologist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 2010)
- 1925 – Pierre Salinger, American journalist and politician, 11th White House Press Secretary (d. 2004)
- 1926 – Don Newcombe, American baseball player (d. 2019)
- 1928 – Ernesto “Che” Guevara, Argentinian-Cuban physician, author, guerrilla leader and politician (d. 1967)
- 1929 – Cy Coleman, American pianist and composer (d. 2004)
- 1929 – Alan Davidson, Australian cricketer
- 1929 – Johnny Wilson, Canadian-American ice hockey player and coach (d. 2011)
- 1931 – Marla Gibbs, American actress and comedian
- 1931 – Ross Higgins, Australian actor (d. 2016)
- 1931 – Junior Walker, American saxophonist (d. 1995)
- 1933 – Jerzy Kosiński, Polish-American novelist and screenwriter (d. 1991)
- 1933 – Vladislav Rastorotsky, Russian gymnast and coach (d. 2017)
- 1936 – Renaldo Benson, American singer-songwriter (d. 2005)
- 1936 – Irmelin Sandman Lilius, Finnish author, poet, and translator
- 1938 – Julie Felix, American-English singer-songwriter and guitarist (d. 2020)
- 1939 – Steny Hoyer, American lawyer and politician
- 1939 – Peter Mayle, English author and screenwriter (d. 2018)
- 1939 – Colin Thubron, English journalist and author
- 1942 – Jonathan Raban, English author and academic
- 1942 – Roberto García-Calvo Montiel, Spanish judge (d. 2008)
- 1943 – Harold Wheeler, American composer, conductor, and producer
- 1944 – Laurie Colwin, American novelist and short story writer (d. 1992)
- 1945 – Rod Argent, English singer-songwriter and keyboard player
- 1945 – Carlos Reichenbach, Brazilian director and producer (d. 2012)
- 1945 – Richard Stebbins, American sprinter and educator
- 1946 – Robert Louis-Dreyfus, French-Swiss businessman (d. 2009)
- 1946 – Tõnu Sepp, Estonian instrument maker and educator
- 1946 – Donald Trump, American businessman, television personality and 45th President of the United States
- 1947 – Roger Liddle, Baron Liddle, English politician
- 1947 – Barry Melton, American singer-songwriter and guitarist
- 1947 – Paul Rudolph, Canadian singer, guitarist, and cyclist
- 1948 – Laurence Yep, American author and playwright
- 1949 – Jim Lea, English singer-songwriter, bass player, and producer
- 1949 – Roger Powell, English-Australian scientist and academic
- 1949 – Antony Sher, South African-British actor, director, and screenwriter
- 1949 – Harry Turtledove, American historian and author
- 1949 – Alan White, English drummer and songwriter
- 1950 – Rowan Williams, Welsh archbishop and theologian
- 1951 – Paul Boateng, English lawyer and politician, British High Commissioner to South Africa
- 1951 – Danny Edwards, American golfer
- 1952 – Robert Lepikson, Estonian racing driver and politician, Estonian Minister of the Interior (d. 2006)
- 1952 – Pat Summitt, American basketball player and coach (d. 2016)
- 1954 – Will Patton, American actor
- 1955 – Paul O’Grady, English television host, producer, and drag performer
- 1955 – Kirron Kher, Indian theatre, film & television actress, TV talk show host, politician and Member of Parliament
- 1959 – Marcus Miller, American bass player, composer, and producer
- 1960 – Tonie Campbell, American hurdler
- 1961 – Boy George, English singer-songwriter and producer
- 1961 – Dušan Kojić, Serbian singer-songwriter and bass player
- 1961 – Sam Perkins, American basketball player
- 1963 – Grant Kenny, Australian iron man and canoeist
- 1967 – Dedrick Dodge, American football player and coach
- 1968 – Campbell Brown, American journalist
- 1968 – Faizon Love, Cuban-American actor and screenwriter
- 1969 – Éric Desjardins, Canadian ice hockey player and coach
- 1969 – Steffi Graf, German tennis player
- 1970 – Heather McDonald, American comedian, actress, and author
- 1971 – Bruce Bowen, American basketball player and sportscaster
- 1971 – Ramon Vega, Swiss footballer
- 1972 – Rick Brunson, American basketball player and coach
- 1972 – Matthias Ettrich, German computer scientist and engineer, founded KDE
- 1972 – Dominic Brown, English guitarist and songwriter
- 1972 – Claude Henderson, South African cricketer
- 1972 – Danny McFarlane, Jamaican hurdler and sprinter
- 1973 – Sami Kapanen, Finnish-American ice hockey player and manager
- 1976 – Alan Carr, English comedian, actor, and screenwriter
- 1976 – Massimo Oddo, Italian footballer and manager
- 1977 – Boeta Dippenaar, South African cricketer
- 1977 – Chris McAlister, American football player
- 1977 – Joe Worsley, English rugby player and coach
- 1978 – Steve Bégin, Canadian ice hockey player
- 1978 – Diablo Cody, American director, producer, and screenwriter
- 1978 – Annia Hatch, Cuban-American gymnast and coach
- 1978 – Nikola Vujčić, Croatian former professional basketball player
- 1979 – Shannon Hegarty, Australian rugby league player
- 1981 – Elano, Brazilian footballer and manager
- 1982 – Jamie Green, English racing driver
- 1982 – Nicole Irving, Australian swimmer
- 1982 – Lang Lang, Chinese pianist
- 1983 – Trevor Barry, Bahamian high jumper
- 1983 – Louis Garrel, French actor, director, and screenwriter
- 1984 – Lorenzo Booker, American football player
- 1984 – Mark Cosgrove, Australian cricketer
- 1984 – Siobhán Donaghy, English singer-songwriter
- 1984 – Yury Prilukov, Russian swimmer
- 1985 – Oleg Medvedev. Russian luger
- 1985 – Andy Soucek, Spanish racing driver
- 1986 – Rhe-Ann Niles-Mapp, Barbadian netball player
- 1986 – Matt Read, Canadian ice hockey player
- 1987 – Andrew Cogliano, Canadian ice hockey player
- 1987 – Mohamed Diamé, Senegalese footballer
- 1988 – Adrián Aldrete, Mexican footballer
- 1988 – Kevin McHale, American actor, singer, dancer and radio personality
- 1989 – Lucy Hale, American actress and singer-songwriter
- 1989 – Brad Takairangi, Australian-Cook Islands rugby league player
- 1990 – Patrice Cormier, Canadian ice hockey player
- 1991 – Kostas Manolas, Greek footballer
- 1991 – Jesy Nelson, English singer
- 1992 – Devante Smith-Pelly, Canadian ice hockey player
- 1993 – Gunna, American rapper
- 1997 – David Bangala, French football defender
- 1999 – Chou Tzuyu, Taiwanese singer
- 809 – Ōtomo no Otomaro, Japanese general (b. 731)
- 847 – Methodius I, patriarch of Constantinople
- 957 – Guadamir, bishop of Vic (Spain)
- 976 – Aron, Bulgarian nobleman
- 1161 – Emperor Qinzong of the Song dynasty (b. 1100)
- 1349 – Günther von Schwarzburg, German king (b. 1304)
- 1381 – Simon Sudbury, English archbishop (b. 1316)
- 1497 – Giovanni Borgia, 2nd Duke of Gandía, Italian son of Pope Alexander VI (b. 1474)
- 1516 – John III of Navarre (b. 1469)
- 1544 – Antoine, Duke of Lorraine (b. 1489)
- 1548 – Carpentras, French composer (b. 1470)
- 1583 – Shibata Katsuie, Japanese samurai (b. 1522)
- 1594 – Jacob Kroger, German goldsmith, hanged in Edinburgh for stealing the jewels of Anne of Denmark.
- 1594 – Orlande de Lassus, Flemish composer and educator (b. 1532)
- 1662 – Henry Vane the Younger, English-American politician, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (b. 1613)
- 1674 – Marin le Roy de Gomberville, French author and poet (b. 1600)
- 1679 – Guillaume Courtois, French painter and illustrator (b. 1628)
- 1746 – Colin Maclaurin, Scottish mathematician (b. 1698)
- 1794 – Francis Seymour-Conway, 1st Marquess of Hertford, English courtier and politician, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (b. 1718)
- 1800 – Louis Desaix, French general (b. 1768)
- 1800 – Jean-Baptiste Kléber, French general (b. 1753)
- 1801 – Benedict Arnold, American general during the American Revolution later turned British spy (b. 1741)
- 1825 – Pierre Charles L’Enfant, French-American architect and engineer, designed Washington, D.C. (b. 1754)
- 1837 – Giacomo Leopardi, Italian poet and philosopher (b. 1798)
- 1864 – Leonidas Polk, American general and bishop (b. 1806)
- 1877 – Mary Carpenter, English educational and social reformer (b. 1807)
- 1883 – Edward FitzGerald, English poet and author (b. 1809)
- 1886 – Alexander Ostrovsky, Russian director and playwright (b. 1823)
- 1898 – Dewitt Clinton Senter, American politician, 18th Governor of Tennessee (b. 1830)
- 1907 – William Le Baron Jenney, American architect and engineer, designed the Home Insurance Building (b. 1832)
- 1907 – Bartolomé Masó, Cuban soldier and politician (b. 1830)
- 1908 – Frederick Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby, English captain and politician, 6th Governor General of Canada (b. 1841)
- 1914 – Adlai Stevenson I, American lawyer and politician, 23rd Vice President of the United States (b. 1835)
- 1916 – João Simões Lopes Neto, Brazilian author (b. 1865)
- 1920 – Max Weber, German sociologist and economist (b. 1864)
- 1923 – Isabelle Bogelot, French philanthropist (b. 1838)
- 1926 – Mary Cassatt, American-French painter (b. 1843)
- 1927 – Ottavio Bottecchia, Italian cyclist (b. 1894)
- 1927 – Jerome K. Jerome, English author (b. 1859)
- 1928 – Emmeline Pankhurst, English activist and academic (b. 1857)
- 1932 – Dorimène Roy Desjardins, Canadian businesswoman, co-founded Desjardins Group (b. 1858)
- 1933 – Justinien de Clary, French target shooter (b. 1860)
- 1936 – G. K. Chesterton, English essayist, poet, playwright, and novelist (b. 1874)
- 1936 – Hans Poelzig, German architect, painter, and designer, designed the IG Farben Building (b. 1869)
- 1946 – John Logie Baird, Scottish-English physicist and engineer (b. 1888)
- 1946 – Jorge Ubico, 21st President of Guatemala (b. 1878)
- 1953 – Tom Cole, Welsh-American racing driver (b. 1922)
- 1968 – Salvatore Quasimodo, Italian novelist and poet, Nobel Prize Laureate (b. 1901)
- 1972 – Dündar Taşer, Turkish soldier and politician (b. 1925)
- 1977 – Robert Middleton, American actor (b. 1911)
- 1977 – Alan Reed, American actor, original voice of Fred Flintstone (b.1907)
- 1979 – Ahmad Zahir, Afghan singer-songwriter (b. 1946)
- 1980 – Charles Miller, American saxophonist and flute player (b. 1939)
- 1986 – Jorge Luis Borges, Argentine short-story writer, essayist, poet and translator (b. 1899)
- 1986 – Alan Jay Lerner, American composer and songwriter (b. 1918)
- 1987 – Stanisław Bareja, Polish actor, director, and screenwriter (b. 1929)
- 1990 – Erna Berger, German soprano and actress (b. 1900)
- 1991 – Peggy Ashcroft, English actress (b. 1907)
- 1994 – Lionel Grigson, English pianist, composer, and educator (b. 1942)
- 1994 – Henry Mancini, American composer and conductor (b. 1924)
- 1994 – Marcel Mouloudji, French singer and actor (b. 1922)
- 1995 – Els Aarne, Ukrainian-Estonian pianist, composer, and educator (b. 1917)
- 1995 – Rory Gallagher, Irish singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer (b. 1949)
- 1995 – Roger Zelazny, American author and poet (b. 1937)
- 1996 – Noemí Gerstein, Argentinian sculptor and illustrator (b. 1908)
- 1997 – Richard Jaeckel, American actor (b. 1926)
- 1999 – Bernie Faloney, American-Canadian football player and sportscaster (b. 1932)
- 2000 – Attilio Bertolucci, Italian poet and author (b. 1911)
- 2002 – June Jordan, American author and activist (b. 1936)
- 2003 – Dale Whittington, American race car driver (b. 1959)
- 2004 – Ulrich Inderbinen, Swiss mountaineer and guide (b. 1900)
- 2005 – Carlo Maria Giulini, Italian conductor and director (b. 1914)
- 2005 – Mimi Parent, Canadian-Swiss painter (b. 1924)
- 2006 – Monty Berman, English director, producer, and cinematographer (b. 1905)
- 2006 – Jean Roba, Belgian author and illustrator (b. 1930)
- 2007 – Ruth Graham, Chinese-American author, poet, and painter (b. 1920)
- 2007 – Robin Olds, American general and pilot (b. 1922)
- 2007 – Kurt Waldheim, Secretary-General of the United Nations, Austrian politician, 9th President of Austria (b. 1918)
- 2009 – Bob Bogle, American musician (b. 1934)
- 2009 – William McIntyre, Canadian soldier, lawyer, and judge (b. 1918)
- 2012 – Peter Archer, Baron Archer of Sandwell, English lawyer and politician, Solicitor General for England and Wales (b. 1926)
- 2012 – Bob Chappuis, American football player and soldier (b. 1923)
- 2012 – Margie Hyams, American pianist and vibraphone player (b. 1920)
- 2012 – Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, German pianist and academic (b. 1930)
- 2012 – Carlos Reichenbach, Brazilian director and producer (b. 1945)
- 2012 – Gitta Sereny, Austrian-English historian, journalist, and author (b. 1921)
- 2013 – Elroy Schwartz, American screenwriter and producer (b. 1923)
- 2014 – Alberto Cañas Escalante, Costa Rican journalist and politician (b. 1920)
- 2014 – Isabelle Collin Dufresne, French actress (b. 1935)
- 2014 – Robert Lebeck, German photographer and journalist (b. 1929)
- 2014 – James E. Rogers, American lawyer, businessman, and academic (b. 1938)
- 2015 – Richard Cotton, Australian geneticist and academic (b. 1940)
- 2015 – Anne Nicol Gaylor, American activist, co-founded the Freedom From Religion Foundation (b. 1926)
- 2015 – Qiao Shi, Chinese politician (b. 1924)
- 2016 – Ann Morgan Guilbert, American actress and singer (b. 1928)
- 2016 – Gilles Lamontagne, Canadian politician, Lieutenant Governor of Quebec (b. 1919)
- 2020 – Sushant Singh Rajput, Indian film actor (b. 1986)
Holidays and observances
- Christian feast day:
- Burchard of Meissen
- Caomhán of Inisheer
- Elisha (Roman Catholic and Lutheran)
- Fortunatus of Naples (Roman Catholic)
- Blessed Francisca de Paula de Jesus (Nhá Chica)
- Joseph the Hymnographer (Roman Catholic: Orthodox April 3)
- Methodios I of Constantinople
- Quintian of Rodez (Rodez)
- Richard Baxter (Church of England)
- Valerius and Rufinus
- June 14 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
- Commemoration of the Soviet Deportation related observances:
- Baltic Freedom Day (United States)
- Mourning and Commemoration Day or Leinapäev (Estonia)
- Mourning and Hope Day (Lithuania)
- Day of Memory for Repressed People (Armenia)
- Flag Day (United States)
- Freedom Day (Malawi)
- Liberation Day (Falkland Islands and South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands)
- World Blood Donor Day
- The New York Times: On This Day
June 14 National Days, the conclusion
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