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June 2 in German History
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June 2, 1863

Birth of Felix Weingartner in Zara, Austrian Empire (now in Croatia). Weingartner was a composer and conductor. He studied with Franz Liszt at Weimar and at the conservatory in Graz, Austria. He conducted the Berlin Royal Opera in 1891. In 1907 he was appointed as Gustav Mahler's successor as conductor of the Court Opera in Vienna. He conducted the Vienna Philharmonic from 1908-1927. He directed the Vienna State Opera from 1934-1936. In 1937 he left Austria and became a Swiss citizen. He composed an opera, Sakuntala, as well as choral works, symphonies and chamber music.


June 2, 1878

K. E. Nobiling attempts to assassinate Kaiser Wilhelm I. He wounds him seriously.

June 2, 2000

U. S. President William Jefferson Clinton is awarded the Charlemagne prize of the city of Aachen. Clinton was the first American president to win the prize which is given for contributions toward the unity of Europe.

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