|Bella I Champion was declared the king of Hungary.
|Emperor Carell declared the Sixth Pragmatic Constitution.
|The premiere of Collie Sibber's play "Caesar in Egypt" began in London.
|The first edition of Encyclopपीdia Britannica was published.
|The first edition of Encyclopaedia Britannica was published.
|Austria became the first country to implement the state education system.
|The Austrian Imperial Army led by Franz Schlick attacked Hungary.
|Slavery in the United States was officially eliminated when the thirteenth amendment to the US Constitution was confirmed.
|The first time a human voice was recorded, Thomas Edison was the first to say, "Re head a little Lamb".
|London became the first city in the world to host a licensed taxicab.
|An explosion of a coal mine in Monongah city of the United States killed 362 workers.
|When the United States Bureau of Mines was established, at least 362 miners were killed in an explosion in Mononga, West Virginia.
|Saratov State University was established in the Russian city.
|Western Union introduced discounted rates for its trans-Atlantic cable service between New York and London.
|Helifax Harbor, Nova Scotia, a ship in Canada, who was taking TNT and picric acid, caught fire after a collision with another ship and the second largest man -made contingent explosion in history occurred.
|The Senate of Finland officially declared independence of the country in Russia.
|The Anglo-Irish Treaty was signed and then came into existence by force after a year, the establishment of the Irish Free State, the first independent Irish state to be recognized by the British government.
|At the behest of the United States, the Colombian army suppressed a one -month long strike by joint fruit companyworkers.
|Michael Joseph Savage became the 23rd Prime Minister of New Zealand.
|Vladimir Nabokov completed his controversial novel Lolita, five years after it started.
|At the Melbourne Olympics, 14 -year -old swimmer Sandra Morganbeck won the Olympic gold medal winning Australian player.
|Bahujan political leader and constitution builder Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar died.
|The construction of the world's longest and most important tunnel began in Italy. Its excavation work was completed on 14 August 1964 after 6 years of hard work.
|Four members of the Provincial Irish Republican Army took two people hostage in a house on Balcomb Street in Marylibon, London and surrendered six days later.
|The people of Spain voted in favor of democracy and projected a new constitution to end the 40 -year autocratic rule in the referendum.
|The citizens of Spain voted to establish democracy after 40 years of dictatorial rule.
|The Irish National Liberation Army exploded a bomb blast in inballykelly, northern Ireland, killing eleven British army soldiers and civilian citizens.
|Six Israeli civilians died in a bus explosion in Jerusalem.
|The Australian capital region was provided self-governance.
|Claiming that she was struggling with 'Feminism', 25 -year -old Marklepine killed fourteen women before committing suicide in Montreal's Ecole Polytechnic.
|The Babri Masjid in Ayodhya is attacked by a mob of Hindu fighters, who later attacked Muslim homes and property in the two-month-old Hindu-Muslim rebellion, killing about 2000 people.
|The disputed Babri Masjid structure in Ayodhya was demolished by fierce Hindu kar sevaks. As a result, around 400 people were killed in the violence.
|According to studies conducted, about 1 pound of oil may be lying under the Windsor Castle in Berkshire. Rani has agreed to allow oil drilling in the ground of Windsor Castle.
|Hugo Chavez was elected President of Venezuela.
|The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has revealed a new species of photographs in Borneo. A carnivorous mammal like lemon refers to Mangoz and Civate that makes it a member of the Vive Ride family.
|Members of the People's Armed Police shot and killed several people in Dongzhu, Guangdong, China, opposing government schemes to build a new power plant.
|Pictures revealed by NASA prove that in the last 7 years, water has been flowing from 2 gulls on Mars.
|France has begun to construct the world's second European pressure reactor on the third unit of the Flemanville nuclear power plant after signing an extraordinary agreement with China for new nuclear power.
|The Republic of Ireland after identifying adulterated food recalls all its Irish pork products.
|An HIV positive person is convicted for trying to pass his wife intentionally on the virus, such a case in New Zealand to report such a case for the first time.
|Three people died and around 250 others were forced to vacate their homes due to a tornado and wild weather in the city of Auckland, New Zealand.
|7 people were killed and 770 were injured during Egyptian protests.
|Seven people were killed and 770 were injured during a demonstration in Egypt.