|Mian Tansen, the great scholar of Hindustani classical music, died.
|The first international boxing match was played.
|The English poet Christopher Smart was admitted to St. Luke's horse for leukatics in London, which began his six -year imprisonment.
|Battle of Prague: Prussian forces defeated Frederick II's Austrian army.
|Construction began at the Grand Palace in Bangkok, which was the official center of the king of Thailand.
|French Revolutionary Wars-The Manman and OutgmentedHMS Speedi captured the 32-gun Spanish Frigate L. Gamo.
|Penny Black released the first stamp in Britain.
|A major US rail disaster struck the 46 Norwalk, Connecticut) logo.
|Irish Under Secretary Thomas Henry Burke and Irish Chief Secretary Lord Frederick Cavedish were killed by members of the fundamentalist group Irish National Invugel with a knife as they went through the park park in Dublin.
|US President Chester A. Arthur signed the Chinese exclusion in the law, implementing the ban on Chinese immigration for the United States which remained in 1943 until the Magnson Act came into force.
|The first international sanitation exhibition opened in Dresden and attracted five million visitors from the German city.
|Third Anglo-Afghan War Begins
|On May 6, 1937, a German aircraft crashed Hindenburg in an attempt to do a dock with Mooring Mast at Lakeharst Naval Air Station in New Jersey. 36 people, including crew members, died when the fire lit 16 hydrogen filled cells and destroyed Zepelin in just 34 seconds.
|The German Zepelin Hindonberg caught fire and was trying to land at the Lakeharst Naval Air Station in New Jersey, killing more than 30 people.
|American entertainer Bob Hope performed several shows for the United Service Organization.
|American submarines USS Gurnard attacked Le Ichi convoy, three submarines submerged in water.
|On Oxford's Efflay Road track, the English athlete Roger Banisterbeck called the first person to run a mile within four minutes.
|President Dwight. Eisenhawar signed the Civil Rights Act 1960 on 6 May. This new United States federal law abolished the flaws abandoned by the Civil Rights Act 1957 and gave legal rights to vote under which no one would be denied the right of race or color.
|New England Whalers inaugurated the World Hockey Association Championship for the first time, defeating Vinipag Jets on 6 May 1973.
|The devastating earthquake in Friuli, northern Italy killed 989 people.
|Pope John Paul II canceled 103 of the Korean martyrs, which were the subject of religious harassment against Christians in the 19th century.
|Time magazine has published an article called 'The Thriving Cult of Grad and Power', which is very important for the scientific organization, the major factors of the legal conflict, which ended when the recognition of the Church of Scientology joint The case was rejected in the Rit 2001 for the Certificate of the Supreme Court of the nation.
|In the general election of 1979, apart from the first post, Nelson Mandela was elected as President on May 6, 1949. This was the first election in which citizens of all castes were allowed to participate and became the first black chief executive of South Africa.
|The leftist guerrillas of Guatemala signed a peace agreement with the government on 6 May 1996. The Government of Guatemala fought between the Government of Guatemala and various leftist groups from 1960 to 1996. Around 200,000 civilians were killed or missing during the conflict.
|Kristin Janin of France became the first woman in the world to reach the pole.
|The Central Bank of the United Kingdom, the bank of England, became independent after the 1997 general election, in which the Labor Government came to power for the first time since 1979. Chancellor of the Gord Brown announced the independence of Bank of England on 6 May 1997 on the official treasury.
|Dutch politician Pim Fortuin was murdered by animal rights and environmental activist Volcart van Der Graf at Hilvermm, the first political murder on Dutch soil since 1672.
|The finale episode of the 10th and final season of Television SCCOM friends was aired on NBC in the United States on May 6, 2004. This episode is the sixth most seen overall television series fiance in American television history.
|Nicolas Sarkozy won the French presidential election.
|The Chatan Jwalamukhi first entered a new explosion phase in May 2008 and exploded with significant force on 6 May 2008, which produced pyrocklastic flow and lava explosion. The explosion column was raised up to a height of about 30,000 meters.
|Ajmal Amir Kasab, convicted for the 26/11 attack in Mumbai, was sentenced to death.
|Fortune released a list of Fortune 500 companies in which Walmart became the largest company by revenue for the 2012 financial year on 6 May. Walmart came at number 2 in the 2012 list after Exon Mobil Corporation.
|Amanda Berry ran away from Ohio's Cleveland, Ariel Castro, after staying there with two other women ten years.