|Under Prince Edward, the Second Bairens War-Royal forces defeated the 6th Earl of Lessor in Albasham, Evvasum, Borster's Eshter, under the Simon de Montfort.
|Douglas, the first war-jams of Scottish independence, led a Radinto Waredale and almost killed Edward III of England.
|Crown Prince Frederick of Persia survived forcefully from England.
|The jury accused John Zanger NY Weekly Journal) of suing for treason by King's politician (victory for freedom of the press).
|George Washington created a master mason.
|A catastrophic explosion of Japan's most active volcanic Mount Asama, nearly 1,400 people died and became a famine, resulting in another 20,000 people.
|A newly passed Tariff Act in the United States established the American Cutter Law Service, an armed maritime law enforcement service, which is the precursor to the American Coast Guard.
|The Treaty of Systova was signed, ending the Ottoman-Habsburg War.
|French Revolutionary War - Battle of Lonana: Italy's French army under Napoleon crushed an Austrian brigade.
|French Revolutionary War-Italy's French army crushed an Austrian brigade in Lonato's battle.
|The US government ordered its first income tax collected.
|The British Government established the British Red Cross Society.
|Danish writer Hans Christian Anderson was born. He was famous for writing beautiful stories for children.
|Colombia passed the country's constitution to this day.
|England declared war against Germany.
|Legislation was enacted in Europe for the wages of young children in Belgium.
|15-year-old Jewish Diner Anne Frank and her family have been arrested by a Nazistan Guestopo from the seal-bound area of an Amsterdam warehouse
|The Supreme Court was established in Japan.
|America's first black and 44th President Barack Hussein Obama was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States.
|On June 21, after mysteriously disappeaned, American Civil Rights Movement activists Michael Schwarner, Andrew Goodman and James Caini have been found dead in Mississippi.
|Another American Navy Divisional (USS Madox Figure) was allegedly attacked by North Vietnamese forces in Tonkin's Gulf, leading to the Congress authorizing the use of military force in South-East Asia.
|A train on the bomb bologna-florence railway placed by a new-fascist group exploded in a train in Ferrovi Delo States.
|Thomas Sankar became the President of Upper Volta.
|Blaise Compaoré organized a coup supported by Blaise Compaoré and Thomas Sankra, supported by Bayelibia, was made the chairman of the upper Volta Republic (now Burkina Faso).
|A year after the military coup came to power in the Republic of Avarvolta, President Thomas Sankara changed his name Burkina Faso (Flag Picture).
|An explosion on the Greek cruise ship MTS Oceanos broke its fathom and moved away from the east coast of South Africa, but all survived the 571 ship.
|Yohi Kono, the Chief Cabinet Secretary of Japan, issued a formality to make women a sexual slave during World War II.
|The Croatian Army launched the operation Storm, the last major battle of freedom of the Croatian war and the largest European landslide since World War II.
|Mo. Khatami was sworn in as the new president, winning the election in Iran.
|China refused to allow regular flights of US Army aircraft to land in Hong Kong.
|Bank News Network has found that the use of ATM machines has declined. Angry consumers are harassed by the service fee for ATM use, and ATM transactions decrease by 2.9%. On the other hand, debit card transactions have increased by 35%.
|Russia and North Korea signed a strategic agreement.
|The 17th Commonwealth Games ended in Manchester, England.
|NASA' named Altix supercomputer Casey as Kalpana Chavna.
|Police of Arizona, USA arrested 2 people accused of 35 murders.
|The Sri Lankan civilian war-seven employees of French Ingacf International were massacred in Muttur.
|America's space agency NASA launched Phoenix Spacecraft for Mars.
|The US launched the Phoenix Mars Lander, an American spacecraft whose job was to search for Mars.
|NASA built the Phoenix spacecraft.
|With the completion of a natural gas pipeline between Turkey and Greece, the gas will be transferred to Europe from Middle East.
|Airport police officer Maria Dale Luzan Telpuk discovered Essitcase containing US $ 800,000, as it went through an X-ray machine in Buenos Aires, with an international scandal related to Venezuela and Argentina which was exposed to ' Maltinazo is known as'.
|According to reports, 11 mountaineers of an international tour were found dead due to snowfall, which damaged their definite ropes.
|Craft Foods promotes that it will divide into two tasks. One of them will include its North American grocery business and the other will include its global snack food business.
|The United States closes 22 embassies in the Middle East and North Africa due to the knowledge acquired about the al-Qaeda attack.
|Agreed to a ceasefire for Hamas and Israel for 72 hours.
|According to The World Health Organization, the death toll from the Ebola virus crisis can be up to 887.
|The first Jewish-Roman war-roman army, led by the future Emperor Titus, conquered the city of Jerusalem and destroyed the second temple.