|The first European settlement in Argentina Sanctuary Spiritu was fraudulently taken by local native residents.
|Sri Guru Granth Sahib, religious texts of Sikhism, were established in Harmandir Sahib.
|Russia, a country located in Eastern Europe and North Asia, began to levy a tax on beard).
|Tuscarora War: The Carolina militia, led by Colonel Mills, returned to South Carolina after success in the campaign against Marapunga and Kore.
|King Louis Fourteen of France died after a reign of 72 years, the longest reign of any major European king.
|Luis XIV, France's death died after 72 years of reign, which at that time had more than any other French or other major European dynasties.
|Luis XIV, France's death died after 72 years of reign, which was more than the time of any other French or other major European Emperor.
|Catherine II of Russia supported Ivan Bateskoy's plan for a founding home in Moscow.
|The royal governor of Massachusetts province, Thomas Gaze, ordered the soldiers to remove gunpowder from a magazine, which prepared the Patriot war.
|The treaty was signed by Britain with the Nizam of Hyderabad.
|The Bank of Manhattan Company opened in New York City.
|German astronomer Carl Ludwig Harding discovered one of the most important belt asteroids naming Juno after Roman Devi.
|German astronomer K.L. Harding discovers Asteroid Juno.
|The California Constitutional Convention was held in Monterey.
|The 6th Ohio Caveri attacked Barbis Crossroads Virginia.
|Published the first Hawaiian daily newspaper.
|The first female telephone operator started working (Emma Note) in Boston.
|Powered by Alexander Graham Bell, Emma Nat became the first female telephone operator in the world.
|On rent by Alexander Graham Bell, Emma Nat became the first female telephone operator in the world.
|Mohammad Ayub Khan's army was sent by the British to Brett in Kandahar, the second Anglo-Afghan war ended.
|The first science fiction film, titled A Trip to the Moon and was released in France on the basis of from the meaning to the moon to Julas.
|The first science fiction film, titled A Trip to the Moon andbanded on the Earth from the Moon to Jules, was released.
|Passenger pigeon, which once had a population of at least 3 billion birds, became extinct, when the last person died.
|Great Kanto Earthquake, measured 7.9 on Richterscale, in the Kanto region of Japan, destroyed Tokyo and Yokohama, and killed over 100,000 people.
|Albanian Republic President Ahmat Zogu announced that the country is now a constitutional monarchy and is his own king named Regog I.
|World War II began with the German invasion of Poland.
|At the beginning of World War II in Europe, Nazi Germany invaded Poland in Wilu and Westerplat.
|At the beginning of World War II in Europe, Nazi Germany invaded Poland in Vellun and Westerplat.
|The United States, Australia and New Zealand signed a defense treaty called the ANZUS treaty.
|The Jamaica railway accident killed 175 people.
|The first cod war began between the United Kingdom and Iceland.
|A storm in Hong Kong killed 130 people and injured more than 600.
|As part of the US Army campaign against North Korea, China is starting official protest against the British government to allow the United States forces to be taken out of Hong Kong.
|The Khmer-Chinese Friendship Association was banned in Cambodia.
|A bloodless coup led by Muammar Gaddafi overthrew the Idris I of Libya.
|A bloodless coup led by Muammar Gaddafi of Libya.
|Bobby Fisher, Grandmaster of American chess, became the 11th world -winning champion, when he defeated Russian Boris Spasky in a match that was widely promoted as a conflict of the Cold War.
|Cigarette and tobacco advertising was banned on Australian television and radio.
|Sri Lanka Army Women's Corps was established.
|The Soviet Jet Interceptor shot the civilian airline Koreanier Lines Flight 007 (portrayal of the artist's portrait) near Sakhalin Islandin in Northern Pacific, killing all 246 passengers and 23 crew passengers.
|Jordan University of Science and Technology was established.
|The new car safety law requires all newly manufactured cars to install an air bag in favor of the driver.
|The Irene Republican Army implemented a cease-fire in Northern Ireland.
|Viktor Chernomyrdin was re-elected as the new Prime Minister of Russia.
|California's Senate passes the first bill of California to allow equal-lingu marriage in the United States. In favor of the bill, 21 and 15 votes against it are face to face in the State Legislature, who rejected a similar bill in June last year by a thin margin of two votes.
|Roger Goodell began his tenure as Commissioner of the NFL.
|Artists of eleven WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) have been suspended on charges of doping.
|A report released by the Government of Orissa revealed that 558 houses and 17 puja sites in Orissa of 2008 were saved from violence.
|The world's largest food group, Nestle SA, Conolingen, starts a new production unit in Switzerland, and its CEOs confirm their commitment to their native country, the difficulties created by the euro infinitely strong Swiss Frank against the Euro despite.
|Studies suggest that middle class children in Flanders are likely to be fifteen times more with learning disorders / disabled than their poor counterparts.
|Controversial Rovers God Man 'Asaram Bapu has been arrested in the north-west of the country on charges of rape by a teenager.
|In Pakistan, protesters temporarily captured the State TV station and closed it, demanding the resignation of PM Nawaz Sharif. Soldiers and paramilitary forces later got back control and started operations again.