|Stephen Bethori and Anna Jagielon were crowned as the Election rulers of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
|Under the terms of the Union of Acts, the states of England and Scotland merged as the state of Great Britain, which is a single state, which includes the entire island of Great Britain located in Westminster with the same Parliament and the government. Has gone.
|Austria signs peace with Karel-Hungarian rebellion
|Persia declared war with Sweden.
|Voltaire began exile in England.
|Carl Linnius published his species Plantarum, which is considered to be the beginning of modernist nomenclature with Systma Nature with his work.
|The publication of the species plantarum by Linnaeus, and the formal date of plant classification adopted by the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature began.
|The Order of the Illuminati, a secret society, was founded by Edward Weishop and Adolf von Negaz at Ingorestad, Germany, Bavaria.
|American Revolution: The Battle of the Crooked Billet began in Hetborough, Pennsylvania.
|Emperor Joseph II reduced the patronage of the population.
|The Wolf of the Marriage of Figaro, an Opera Bafa, composed by Wolfgang Amaidus Mozart, was premiered in Vienna's Burgtheter.
|The wedding of Mozart's opera Vivah premiered in Vienna.
|Last year, with his victory in Spain's Balou's battle, the Pirenis-France war re-achieved almost all land that he lost to Spain.
|John Phillips became the first Mayor of Boston.
|Belgian parliament accepted railway laws
|The world's first postage stamp was issued in Great Britain, with a portrait of Queen Victoria of Britain printed on it. The postage stamp was printed on a small square paper in black and was priced at a penny.
|The United Kingdom released Penny Black, which was earlier an official adhesive postage stamp.
|The Hong Kong Police Force was the second in the world and the first modern police force in Asia.
|John Geary became the first mayor of San Francisco.
|The Great Exhibition, the first time the world's fair, London's Hyde Park was opened.
|Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina signed a treaty to form a treaty against Paraguay in the war of Triple Alliance.
|First US Postal Postal Card issued.
|Dundela football, sports and association clubs were formed in Belfast.
|Sri Ramakrishna Math and Mission were closed by Swami Vivekananda.
|The Ramakrishna Mission was founded by Swami Vivekananda as the humanist counterpart of the Hindu Math.
|Under Commodore, US Asian Squadron George Davi defeated the Spanish-American War's first engagement Manila Bay's Admiral Petricio Montozo Atte Battle.
|On 1 May 1914, a constitutional compact has been produced by a body of 66 men from the cabinet to change the temporary constitution of China after the formal disintegration of China's Parliament. The new legal system gave unlimited rights to the first President of the Republic of China on China's Army, Finance, Foreign Policy and Civil Rights.
|The Summer Olympics, formally known as the game of XII Olympiad, was canceled on 1 May 1940 due to the spread of World War II, which originally in Tokyo, Japan, from 21 September to 6 October 1940 in Tokyo, Japan Was going to be held.
|A widely acclaimed film citizen Kane was premiered by actor and director Orson Wales.
|The Italian separatist Salwatore Giuliano and his gang opened fire near Pisa Digli Albnesi, Sicily during the May Day March, killing 33 injured 11ands.
|The Unification Church was established in South Korea.
|On 1 May 1956, a doctor in Japan reported "an epidemic of an unknown disease of the central nervous system", which was an official discovery of Minmata Disease. Minmata diseases are caused by four major pollution of Japan, which is due to the release of methylarcurry in the industry wastewater from the Chiso Corporation.
|In Japan, a doctor reported an epidemic of an epidemic of an unknown disease of the central nervous system, which was an official discovery of Minmata Disease.
|Arturo Frondiji became the President of Argentina.
|The Coca-Cola Company introduced its first diet drink, Tab Cola.
|Amtrak introduced inter-city rail passenger in the United States.
|Argentina President Juan Peron expelled Montaros from a performance at Plaza de Mayo at Buenos Aires, targeting the group and later a dirty war.
|24 people died in a train accident in Skiedham, Netherlands.
|34 deaths from the massacre of Texim Square in Istanbul.
|English singer Elton John became the first pop star to perform in Israel. He has received six Grammy Awards, Five Brit Awards for his outstanding contribution to music. Now Israeli music is influenced by the mainstream pop and rock music from the United Kingdom.
|Labor groups in the Philippines founded the political alliance and Communist Front, Bagongingas Makabayan to challenge the dictatorship of Fonginand Marcos.
|Walt Disney World's Disney-MGM Studios opened to the public for the first time.
|The MGM Studio of 135 acres of Disney was opened on 1 May 1989 at Bay Lake, Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. It is one of the four theme parks of Walt Disney's Hollywood studio, dedicated to the Hollywood industry as inspiration from the inspiration of the industry. In the 1930s and 1940s.
|The Tamil Tigers suicide bomber killed Sri Lankan President Ranasingh Premadasa.
|The Brazilian racing driver Erton Army, three -time Formula OneWorld Champion, was killed in an accident during the 1994 San Marino GrandPreex.
|Jacques Chirac was elected President of France.
|On May 1, 1997, Tasmania became Australia's last state to discourage homosexuality. Improvement in gay law in Tasmania is not remarkable for any other reason because it was so late to end an era.
|On 1 May 2003, US President George W. Bush landed at the aircraft vessel USS Abraham Lincoln in a lockheed S-3 Viking, where he announced the end of major fighter campaigns in the Iraq War.
|2004 European Union expanded on 1 May as Cyprus, Czech Republic
|Beliki, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia joined EU. The region was the largest single expansion of the European Union in terms of the number of states and population.
|The Swedish Parliament adopted a gender-plate law on marriage on 1 May 2009 in Sweden to legalize the same gender marriage. Sweden is the seventh country in the world to marry the same gender.
|Gay marriage was legalized in Sweden.
|China and Russia signed a $ 15 trillion dollar trade deal.
|The Ney Acclasia Church in Constantinopal was confirmed to set models for all subsequent cross-in-discuer orthodoxchurch.