|First Crusade: The first siege of Antioch ends as the crucier army takes the city. The second siege will later begin on 7 June. The siege of Antioakes, against criminals against Muslim -occupied city, lasted from 21 October 1097 to 2 June 1098. Antioch was located in a strategic place on the path of Palestine of Crusaders. Supply, reinforcement and return can all be controlled by the city.
|The first siege of Crused-Entiok ended as the city captured the city, but Seljuk Turks will later start the siege of Antioch a few days later.
|The first recall missionaries arrived in Ruben's Newfrens (now in Quebec, Canada) in Quebec City.
|Franco-Dutch War: France ensured the domination of its naval fleet for the rest of the war with its victory in the Battle of Palermo. The naval war of Palermo took place during the Franco-Dutch War, with a French force led by Abraham Duxne, was sent to support rebellion against Spanish rule in Messina city in Sicilli, and supported by a Dutch marine operation A Spanish force. Force.
|Queen Anne's Captain General John Churchill forced the surrender of Caesarsworth on the Rhine.
|The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences was established in Stockholm, Sweden.
|Pontiac Rebellion: Now Mackinaw City, Michigan, the Chippewas captured Fort Missilimackinac, chasing a ball into the fort, after diverting the garrison with a game of Larrosse.
|Armida, presented an Oparek 'Drama Per Music' by Antonio Salieri at Vietana Bergtheater.
|Anti-Catholic protesters attacked Parliament in London.
|Anti-Catholic protesters attacked parliament in London.
|Girandin was destroyed in France.
|French Revolution: François Hanit, a leader of the Paris National Guard, arrested 22 Girods selected by Jean-Paul Marat, who were preparing a stage for the reign of terror. The reign of terror is also known as The Terror, it was a period of violence that took place after the beginning of the French Revolution, which was incited by conflict between two rival political groups, girondins and Jacobins, and "enemies Was marked by mass execution. Revolution ".
|The first smallpox vaccination was done in North America at Trinity, Newfoundland.
|Battle of Napoleon: A Franco-Spanish fleet rebuilt Diamond Rock, a uninhabited island at the entrance of the Gulf from British to Fort-D-France. Diamond Rock's battle took place during the Napoleon wars. This was an effort under the leadership of Captain Julian Cosmo by Franco-Spanish force, which a year ago to take the Diamond Rock at the entrance of the Gulf of the British forces who occupied a year ago to the Fort-D-France of the British forces. Was taken.
|The Napoleon Wars-e-Franco-Spanish fleet again captured a deserted island Diamanderock at the entrance of the Gulf from British to Fort-D-France.
|Napoleon's wars-a Franco-Spanish fleet again captured a deserted island Diamond Rock at the entrance of the Gulf from British to Fort-D-France.
|As part of the Pan-Slavism movement, Prague Slavic Congress Betan in Prague, several times the first time sounds were heard from all the Slavopulation of Europe at one place.
|For the first time in America, the Prohibition of Alcohol Act was enacted in Maine province.
|Fanian raid-the-ridway fight, first place in Ontario to lead by Canadian soldiers and lead by Canadian officials.
|Fenion raids - The battle of the ridway, first fought by Canadian soldiers and especially led by Canadian officials, took place in Ontario.
|The first Trades Union Congress was held in Manchester, England.
|Grover became the only US President to marry Cleveland White House when he married Frances Follasam.
|G. Marconi applied for a patent in his name to radio, which was later accepted on July 2, 1897.
|Katsura Taro became Prime Minister of Japan.
|The anthracite coal strike began in the US.
|Alfred Deakin was elected Prime Minister of Australia for the third consecutive time.
|Charles, co-founder of Rolls-Royce, became the first person to create a non-stop double crossing of Rolls English Channel Biplane.
|Charles, co-founder of Rolls-Royce, became the first Manto to create a non-stop double crossing of English Channel from Rolls aircraft.
|Luigi Galney's first red scare-Anarkist followers installed aggressive bombs in eight cities in the United States.
|Austria and the Soviet Union established diplomatic relations.
|Queen Elizabeth II was crowned on the British throne.
|The USSR and Yugoslavia signs the Belgrade declaration and thus normalizing relations between the two countries, was closed since 1948. Since 1948, the relationship between USSR and FPR Yugoslavia was honestly rift as Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito established a socialist rule ignored Joseph Alpin. Principle.
|The US launched a spacecraft on the moon in its first attempt.
|Surveyor Program: Surveyor 1 land in Oceanas Prosaelram on Moon became the first American spacecraft to soft-numbered in the second world, Surveyor 1 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was the first lunar soft -lander in the unmanned surveyor program America). This lunar soft-glander collected figures about the lunar surface that would be required for the human apollo moon landing starting in 1969.
|German University student Benno Ohnenga was killed during a ritual in West Berlin against the visit of Iran's Shah, Mohammad Raza Pahlavi, which provoked the formation of the June 2 movement.
|The Philippine government established diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union.
|Air Canada's DC-9 aircraft in Cincinnati, USA, killed 23 people in a fire.
|After the emergency landing due to an in-flight fire, twenty-three passengers aboard the Air Canada Flight 797 were killed when the aircraft doors were destroyed.
|Famous Bollywood actor, producer and director Raj Kapoor passed away.
|29 people died in a Chinook helicopter crash in northern Scotland.
|The Royal Air Force faced its worst disaster, when the Chinook helicopter crashed at the Clare of Scotland, killing 29 people.
|United States Air Force captain Scott O 'Gradi was killed by the Bosnia Serb Army SA -6 surface -to -air missile, while patrolling the Nonato No -Fly Zone over Bosnia in an F -16, But was able to safely take him out. Six days later.
|CIH computer virus discovered in Taiwan.
|Bhutan Broadcasting Service brought television transmission to the country for the first time.
|Bhutan Broadcasting Service brings television broadcast to the Kingdom for the first time. Bhutan Broadcasting Service is the state -owned radio and television service in Bhutan. A public service corporation, it is fully funded by the state and is currently the only service offering both radio and television to the Kingdom, and the only television service broadcast from inside the Bhutanese border.
|Bhutan ended its position as the world's sole top television country, when the state -run Bhutan Broadcasting Service traveled by air.
|Europe started its first visit to Mars. The investigation of the European Space Agency's Mars Express began from the Baikonur Space Center in Kazakhstan. The Mars Express is a Space Investigation Mission being run by the European Space Agency (ESA). The Mars Express mission is searching for Mars, and the first planetary mission attempted by the agency is. "Express" originally refers to speed and efficiency with which spacecraft was designed and manufactured.
|A single gunman went to a shooting race in Cumbria, England, killing 12 people and injured 11 others.
|Sack of Rome: Vandles enter Rome, and rob the city for two weeks. The 455 sack was the second of the three sacks of Rome; It was organized by the Vandal, which was then in the war with the needle of the Western Roman Emperor Petronians Maximus.