|The first well-known Grand Duke Mingugas of Lithuania was the king of Lithuania, who was the only person to hold that title.
|The Ming dynasty Admiral Zheng He returned to Nanjing after a visit to Hiskand and presented the Sinhala king, who was caught during the Ming-Kot war to the Yingle Emperor.
|Richard III was crowned the King of England, the last king of the House of York and the last king of the Plantgate dynasty.
|Richard III became King of England.
|Scotland and England formally signed Lith's siege on the Treaty of Edinburgh and replaced the Scottish-French Audialian.
|The Ottoman Empire made a final attempt to win Islandoff Malta, but was beaten back by the Nights Hospitiler.
|Battle of Cesme: Russian fleet defeated Turkish army.
|American revolutionary war-American soldiers in the Fort Trickenden New York retreated in advance from the British forces, as Anupar was widely considered immense in the American public.
|The dollar was unanimously chosen as the money for the United States.
|The French forces of Napoleon defeated the Austronism of Arganduk Charles in the battle of Wagrams in a decisive conflict of the fifth alliance of the war of war.
|Battle of Fredericia: The Danish army razed the Prussian army at Fredericia, Jutland, ending the Prussian / Danish War by 1864.
|Jackson held the first convention of the American Republican Party in Michigan.
|French chemists Louis Pasteur and Emil Rukes successfully tested their vaccines against rabies on nine -year -old Joseph MasterHotter, after which they were bitten by an infected dog.
|Louis Pasteur successfully tested rabies vaccine. This discovery brought a revolution in the medical world.
|Hawaii King King Kalkaua was forced to sign the Bayonate Coinst institution, which snatched the aerial monarchy of most of its authorities, as well as all Asians, most of the native Hawaiian and Thepore.
|During a steelworkers strike at Homestad, Pennsylvania, the advertising between strikers and Pinkan agents resulted in tenders and dozens of people were injured.
|American school teacher Katie Davit James filed for divorce from her husband, began a series of incidents that would eventually lead her unresolved murder and naming the dead woman crossing, Oklahoma.
|The second Geneva conference was completed.
|Soviet Socialist Republic was established.
|Billy Burke Won Open Golf Tournament.
|A major violation of Manchester Bolton and Bari Canal in England sent 300 feet of water springs to 300 feet (91 m) Ila river.
|The Story Bridge in Brisbane, the longest Cantillar Bridge Inaustralia, was opened by Sir Leslie Orm Wilson, Governor of Queensland.
|During the First World War, the aggressive forces were launched to surround Nazi Germany. The attack took place near the city of Smolansk. It is also known as a Smolnsus battle. The Smolansk's fight resulted in the German victory.
|Mahatma Gandhi was first addressed by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose as 'Father of the Nation'.
|The production of AK -47 rifle began in the Soviet Union. AK means Avatomat Kalashnikova. It was designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov. It is a semi -automatic or automatic light load machine gun. This gun is used by the armed forces of maximum countries of the world.
|Althi Gibson became the first black tennis player to win the Wimbledon Championship. She was an American tennis player and also a professional golfer. It was the world's first Grand Slam that was won by any colorful player in history.
|Vellore Hospital successfully underwent open heart surgery for the first time.
|An explosion in a Portuguese ship near Mozambique killed 300 people.
|The United States conducted a sedan nuclear tests as part of the operation plovesaire, to check the use of nuclearxplosians for civil purposes.
|Malawi announced his freedom from the United Kingdom. Malawi was earlier called Nyasaland. It was a colony of Britain. It is the country of the continent which is located in the south-east of the African continent. It is one of the least developed countries.
|Malawi, the country of the African continent, became independent from Britain and today was declared as the national day of this country.
|Malawi became a republic country. The country adopted its new constitution. Thus the Republic of Republic joined the club. Hastings became the first President of Banda Malawi. He was one of the leaders who were demanding independence for the country.
|A sleeping car train caught fire in Tuntan, England, killing 12 people and the British Rail had to provide state -of -the -art fire -resistant measures.
|Davis Fineni Tour Day became the first cyclist of the USA to win the road stage of France. It is a multi-deprived annual racing of bicycles that occurred in France. The path of the tour goes through its neighboring countries. Cyclists from all over the world participate in it. This race is considered to be the most prestigious in all other bicycle races.
|A member of a Palestinian Islamic Jihad kidnapped a bus and committed a suicide attack and dropped it into a ravine near Kirit Yarim, Israel.
|In response to The Tributes-Dramacious dispute, a five-day journey began in the Irish Nationalist districts of Northern Ireland.
|Afghanistan's Vice President Abdul Qadir was assassinated in Kabul.
|A Meti message was sent to five stars in the universe, which were several light years away from the earth. This message was sent to discover additional terrestrial life in the universe. This message was recognized as a silence breaker in the universe. Message is expected to reach the destination by 2036.
|A forty thousand year old footprint was found in Mexico.
|The 5000-year-old imperial necropolis was discovered in southern Egypt.
|115th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Venus Williams defeated Serena Williams 7-5 6-4).
|Jadranka Kosor became Croatia's first female Prime Minister.
|In Nigeria, terrorists attacked the school and killed 42 people.