|Samuel Richardson's popular and influential magazine Pamela or the Virtue Award book was published in London.
|Pope Pius VI appointed Father John Carol as the first Catholic bishop in the United States.
|Battle of the Gemapps: French army defeated the Holy Roman Empire.
|Mexico gained independence from Spain.
|Yerba, Buena, and Angel Islands (SF Bay) were reserved for military use.
|The first work was presented by the English writer George Eliot for the view of the clerical life, publication.
|Abraham Lincoln was elected the 16th President of America.
|CSS Shenandaa became the last confidential match unit to surrender after the Globe Ona Cruise broadcast the Globe Ona Cruise, after effectively eliminating the US Crucial War, an Apomatox courthouse.
|In the first official American football game, Rutgers College defeated New Jersey's college 6-4 in New Bronvick, New Jersey.
|The Third Anglo and Burmese War began.
|Mahatma Gandhi led 'The Great March' against the policies of apartheid in South Africa.
|The Daily Eastern News Paper, published for the Eastern Illinois University student organization.
|The US Atomic Energy Commission tested the largest underground hydrogen bomb cannon in Amwitka Deep.
|The Hawker Storm, responsible for the 60% of the Royal Air Force's aerial victory in the UK battle, made its first flight.
|The British biographical film Rembrandt premiered in Great Britain.
|As part of his plan to eradicate Polish Buddha, Gestapo arrested 184 professors, students and employees of Jazzelonian University.
|During the Second World War, Japan handed over Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
|Hanford Atomic Facility in the US state of Washington designed its first plutonium, and it would proceed to make the entire American nuclear arsenal more.
|Plutonium was produced for the first time at the Hanford Atomic Facility.
|For the first time a jet aircraft FR-1 fireball landed on the aircraft carrier USS Wake Island.
|The civil war ended in Greece.
|National Defense Council was established.
|Guyen Nong Thor was appointed as the head of the South Vietnamese government by General Duong Van Minh's military jute, five days later President Nog Dim Dim was removed and murdered.
|NASA's astronaut Pioneer 10 began taking pictures of the planet Jupiter.
|Kelly Barns Dam collapsed in Stephens County, USA, USA and resulting in the floods killed 39 people and damaged $ 2.8 million.
|Bollywood actor Sanjeev Kumar died.
|Nawaz Sharif was sworn in as Prime Minister of Pakistan.
|The rove of Madagascar of Antananarivo, who worked as a royal palace from 17th to 19th century, was destroyed by fire.
|Jyoti Basu stepped down as Chief Minister of West Bengal for 23 consecutive years.
|A man who tried to commit suicide parked his car on railway tracks in Ufon Narvat, Berkshire, England, killing seven people after derailing.
|Russia ratified the Kyoto Agreement.
|According to reports, the tenth night of the 2005 French riots is the most serious incident ever. French President Jacques Shik has asked to take the rioters into custody and punish them.
|The bomb blast occurs in the Federal Electoral Tribunal in Mexico, the headquarters of an opposition party and also in a bank in the capital.
|According to officials, about 35 people were killed and several injured in a suicide bomb blast in northern Afghanistan.
|According to officials, at least 11 people are killed in an explosion who were riding on a minibus in the northern Caucasus Russia.
|Armenia and Azerbaijan came together to exchange dead soldiers and bodies of a citizen. This action was taken through the support of the International Committee of Red Cross.
|Two major Greek political parties have agreed to form a coalition government with Greece Prime Minister George Papandreu to resign after the formation of a new government.
|Amidst a parliamentary and public debate, Malawi cancels his anti-homosexual law, even if it is canceled.
|Barack Obama was re-elected as US President.
|A suicide bomber exploded an oil tanker in Baghdad, Iraq. This kills 15 people.
|A suicide blast in Damascus, Syria, killed 8 and injured 50.
|Apple Inc. has made its operating system zero on two security threats. The 'rootpipe' malware is a threat to the OS X as well as the Yosemite version, while the l viralor affects the iOS users who have downloaded the app from incredible sources.