July 1994 calendar

July 1994

Learn the most interesting events and historical facts that happened in July 1994.
The US president was Bill Clinton (Democrat), the UK Prime Minister was Sir John Major (Conservative), Pope St John Paul II was leading the Catholic Church.

But much more happened on July 1994: find out below


Historical Events

Which were the important events of July 1994?


  • 01 Jul 1994 Roman Herzog sworn in as German President
  • 02 Jul 1994 101st Wimbledon Womens Tennis: C Martinez beats Navratilova
  • 03 Jul 1994 108th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: P Sampras beats G Ivanisevic
  • 04 Jul 1994 Russian manned space craft TM-18, lands
  • 05 Jul 1994 Boxer Buster Douglas comes out of a diabetic coma
  • 06 Jul 1994 Irina Privalova runs 100m European Record
  • 07 Jul 1994 Actress Diane Lane files for divorce from Christopher Lambert
  • 08 Jul 1994 Preliminary trial rules there is enough evidence to try OJ Simpson
  • 09 Jul 1994 11,000th HR in New York Yankees history
  • 10 Jul 1994 Hedda Gabler opens at Criterion Theater NYC for 33 performances
  • 11 Jul 1994 Gary Kildall dies in a bar brawl, at age 52. He was an American microcomputer industry visionary and pioneer, most well-known for creating the CP/M operating system.
  • 12 Jul 1994 65th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 7-8 at 3 Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh
  • 13 Jul 1994 Jeff Gillooly sentenced to 2 years for attack on Nancy Kerrigan
  • 14 Jul 1994 Gas explosion at old age home in Milan, 27 killed
  • 15 Jul 1994 Gyula Horn sworn in as Premier of Hungary
  • 16 Jul 1994 Sisters Rosensweig closes at Barrymore Theater NYC after 556 performances
  • 17 Jul 1994 123rd British Golf Open: Nick Price shoots a 268 at Turnberry Scotland
  • 18 Jul 1994 Bomb attack on Jewish center AMIA in Buenos Aires, 86 killed
  • 19 Jul 1994 1st game ever cancelled at Seattle Kingdome
  • 20 Jul 1994 Major parts of Comet Shoemaker-Levy hit Jupiter
  • 22 Jul 1994 23rd and last part of Comet Shoemaker-Levy hit Jupiter
  • 23 Jul 1994 All 40,000 ceiling tiles in Kingdome must be replaced
  • 24 Jul 1994 32nd Tennis Federation Cup: Spain beats USA in Frankfurt Germany
  • 25 Jul 1994 Jordan and Israeli end 46 year state of war
  • 26 Jul 1994 Turkish air force bombs Kurds, struggle in Iraq, 70 killed
  • 28 Jul 1994 Baseball players decide to strike on August 12, 1994
  • 29 Jul 1994 200,000 Moslems demand death to feminist Taslima Nasrin
  • 31 Jul 1994 28th Curtis Cup: Draw, 9-9
  • 02 Jul 1994 USAir Flight 1016 crashes near Charlotte Douglas International Airport, killing 37 of the 57 people on board.
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Music charts

Which were the top hits in July 1994?
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Top #5 songs in the USA

  1. - I Swearyoutube
  2. - Regulate
  3. - Stay
  4. - Any Time, Any Place
  5. - Fantastic Voyage

Top #5 songs in the UK

  1. - Love Is All Around
  2. - I Swearyoutube
  3. - Swamp Thing
  4. - Crazy For You
  5. - (Meet) The Flintstones


Which were the most popular Movies released in that month?


Which were the most popular books released in July 1994?

Dave Barry Is Not Making This Up by Dave Barry

Dave Barry Is Not Making This Up


THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERY YOU CAN'T MAKE THAT STUFF UPDave Barry won't lie - and here are the laugh-out-loud stories of Americans to prove it.

Embraced By The Light by Betty J. Eadie with Curtis Taylor

Embraced By The Light


Embraced By the Light by Eadie and Taylor is a book in which Betty Eadie recounts her near-death experience and subsequent events.

Q-Squared by Peter David



Captain Jean-Luc Picard has never encountered an opponent stronger than Q in all his travels. Q is a being from another continuum Picard met on his first mission.

The Gift by Danielle Steel

The Gift


A young woman dressed in a summer dress walks off a Chicago-bound bus and into a small town in the middle of midwestern Illinois on a June day. She doesn't plan to stay.

The Waterworks by E.L. Doctorow

The Waterworks


"An elegant page-turner in nineteenth-century detective fiction." - The Washington Post Book WorldMartin Pemberton, a freelance writer, is seen in a passing stagecoach seeing several elderly men.