This Day in History: 0000-07-23
23 Jul – Irish patriots rebelled against Great Britain (1803).
23 Jul – The Ford Motor Company sold its first car (1903).
23 Jul – Archibald Brown was killed when his son Eric Brown, an Army veteran, put a British Hawkins anti-tank grenade under the cushion of his bath chair in retaliation for what he perceived as abusive behavior towards him and his mother (1943). This sensational case was known as the Rayleigh bath chair murder.
23 Jul – Soviet troops took Lublin, Poland (1944).