|Emperor Go Toba of Japan was born.
|The Grand Dachi of the Muscoviet-Lithuanian War-Lithuania won the largest Lithuanian victory against the Tatar battle of the Ketket.
|The military treaty was signed by Emperor Karel VI and Tasarina Catherine the Great.
|Mother Ann Lee, the founder of the Shekhar movement, immigrated to New York.
|The American Revolutionary War-The Battle of Auriskney, one of the most spectacular battles in the North American theater of the war, was fought six miles (10 km) east from Fort Stanwicks, New York.
|Francis II, the last Holy Roman Emperor, abdicated, thus ending the Holy Roman Empire after a millennium.
|The Holy Roman Empire was dissolved by his last emperor Francis II after the war of the third coalition.
|The robbery by Tunis and Tripoli by the American Flightilla Algiers ended.
|Norwich University was established in Vermont by Captain Alden Partridge as the first private military school in the United States.
|The first edition of the newspaper 'Courier of Page Bass' was published in Brussels.
|Bolivia gained independence from Peru.
|Madras High Court was established.
|In Oborn, New York, Obern Jail in the US, William Callerleback executed the first person on an electric chair.
|Prominent freedom fighter Chittaranjan Das and other Congress leaders jointly started the publication of 'Vande Mataram' newspaper.
|The UK Ministry of Labor made a list of 2 lakh unemployed people.
|New York City Judge Joseph Force Creater mysteriously disappeared, eventually he got the title of 'The Missingest Man in the New York'.
|In Hollywood, California. Ralph Willard, a doctor from the state of Georgia in Russia, has effectively frozen a monkey named Jakel and brought it back to life. The doctor has also frozen the guinea pigs and revived them. However, human society protested when it wanted to use dogs and Hawels.
|The National Cancer Institute was established in the United States.
|The US dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima city in Japan.
|The atomic bomb is dropped by the United States on "Little Boy" Hiroshima. It is the most powerful bomb ever, causing about 140,000 people to kill.
|Anola Gay, an Air Force Air Force of the Second World War-American Army, dropped an atomic bomb named 'Little Boy' on Hiroshima, Japan, killing more than 140,000 people.
|The Korean Army fought directly with its colleagues in western Korea for four days. The US eighth army faced the enemy at dawn and the Korean forces responded with a counter -attack.
|The southern and Antarctic regions of France were created as a foreign region.
|Dumont is one of the world's first television network, which broadcast its program.
|Cuba nationalized all the country's assets.
|The Empire of the United Kingdom ended in Jamaica and gained independence.
|Jamaica gained complete freedom from the United Kingdom, after 300 years of English, Morithan captured it 1655 from Spanish colonists.
|The world's oldest tree Prometheus pine tree in Nevada, USA) was harvested for research.
|American researcher Donald Curry cut Promthius to a brlycon pine tricke, just to find out that it was the oldest known clonal creature, which was discovered at least 4,862 years old.
|Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan became the rich and ruler of Abu Dhabi, his brother, Sheikh Shahbut bin Sultan Al Nahyan, which was depicted in a bloodless coup.
|Police officers of New York City accused the mob protesting at Tompkins Square Park first 24 hours, there were more than 100 complaints of police vandalism due to a riot.
|British computer programmer Tim Burner-Li posted his ideas for a system of interlink, hypertext documentable through the Internet for the first time, called the 'World Wide Web '.
|Microsoft Apple purchases a small stake in a $ 150 million struggle and they decide to share technology. The deal assisted Apple on Wall Street, sent the company's stock to its highest price in a year.
|According to NASA, the three galaxies that are galaxy -shaped, the galaxy galaxy CL0958 + 4702 colliding with the size of Milky Way three times more than the size of the Milky Way. The last galaxy can be up to ten times the size of the Milky Way.
|Entry 31 TV ceased broadcasting in Perth, Western Australia.
|Mauritanian President Sidi Mohammad Aulad Sheikh Abdallahi was dropped out of power by a group of high-ranks of high-ranks, which he separated from the office several hours ago.
|In an attempt to control the spread of swine flu, Iran takes all pilgrims to Saudi Arabia during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
|The Prime Minister of Russia, Vladimir Putin, banned the export of flour and wheat from 15 August to 31 December due to the worst drought in Russian history.
|Nearly 255 people died due to flash floods in Jammu and Kashmir.
|Thousands of young men were riots in many London Boro and in England after the death of a Tottenham person by Metropolitanpulis in London.
|NASA's Curiosity Rover reached Mars.
|An American electronics enterprise and Samsung Electronics, Apple Inc., a Korean company Samsung Electronics has decided to settle its patent suit outside the United States.
|The World Health Organization has announced that 932 died of a recent explosion of the Ebola virus with a person who was allegedly dying of disease in Jeddah, Saudi after Sierra Leone's business visit.