|Twenty -five years after his death, the Zone of Arch was posthumously declared a heretical in retriel.
|Twenty -five years after his death, the Zone of Arch was posthumously declared innocent in retriel.
|The British Museum was established by an Act of Parliament.
|Mir Jafar was crowned again as the Nawab of Bengal.
|Johann Badebrook's firm was founded in Thomas Mann's novel
|The Battle of Larga led to the Ottoman Empire and the Russian Empire. This fight took place on the banks of the Laraga River. This fight resulted in a decisive victory of the Russian army.
|American Revolutionary War-Bitish forces apprehended American soldiers who returned from Tikarandoga and caught more than 200 people.
|The United States canceled its treaties with France, followed by the Quasi-War, an undeclared war that was completely fought at the sea.
|Maharaja Ranjit Singh captured Lahore.
|In New York City, four nights of riots against the eliminations, by rumors, incite the misconduct.
|Central American Federation dissolved.
|The Mexican-American war-American forces were led by Commodore Johndy. Slot captured Montere, began California's announcement.
|Mexican-American War: Commodore John. Under the leadership of Slit, American forces captured Montere, starting the Annexation of California.
|The Philippine revolutionary Gupta Samaj Katipunan was established by the anti -Spanish Philipino in Manila.
|The United States annexed the island of Hawaii.
|The British bought the Fulani Empire.
|Four countries- Britain, Russia, Japan and the United States signed a treaty to ban open water seal hunting. The treaty was known as the North Pacific Fur Seal Convention of 1911. It was the first treaty in the world to aim to environment and personal protection.
|Sinhaley Army officer Henry Pedris was incorrectly carried out by the arbitrary authorities to incorrectly incite the breed riot to intensify the Sinhalani freedom movement.
|Lions Club International was established in the United States
|Arthur Meigen became the ninth Prime Minister of Canada.
|The first battle of Isonozo took place during the First World War. It was fought between the forces of Austrian and Hungary. This resulted in a strategic victory of Austria and Hungary.
|Chilllicothe Baking Company, Chilllicothe, in Missouri, first chopped bread, 'Since the biggest forward step ' of the incoming industry since bread wrapping, after which the biggest thing of the popularfrease 'slices' ' became.
|The Japanese army captured Beijing. This happened during the battle of Luguo Bridge. This fight was part of the 2nd Japenese-Chinese War.
|The Nazis killed five thousand Jews in the European country of Lithuania.
|Berut was occupied by the free France force and the British Army. The program took place during World War II. The French army was the army commanded by the government in exile of France, which arose after the fall of France.
|The largest benzai charge in the battle of Saipan was used by the Japanese army against the US. There was a fight for Sayapan during World War II. This war took place on the island of Mariana. As a result of this fight, the United States won with several casualties from both sides.
|Mother Frances Zewear Cabrini became the first American, who was bacnated as a saint.
|Damodar Valley Corporation was established.
|South Vietnam's lead political advisor, Nago Dinh Nu, brother and chief political advisor to South Vietnam, Engo Dinh Dim attacked a group of American journalists protesting during the Buddhist religious leaders.
|Ngô nnh Nhu, brother and Chief politician of the President of South Vietnam Ngô HN Di? The police attacked a group of American journalists who were covering a protest during the Buddhist crisis.
|Solomon Islands got their freedom from the United Kingdom. It is an autonomous country that includes a group of many islands. This Papua is located near New Guinea. It is a constitutional monarchy.
|The Solomon Islands gained independence from Britain. The islands were discovered in 1567 by Europeans.
|Great Britain granted independence to the Solomon Islands.
|The Soviet Union conducted a nuclear test in eastern Kazakh.
|Sharia law came into force in Iran.
|After writing a letter to Soviet Premier Yuri Andropov, American student Samantha Smith visited Sasopov's personal guest, known as 'USA's Youngest Ambassador'.
|Boris Baker became the youngest Wimbledon winner. He won the Wimbledon Championship at the age of 17. He was a German tennis player and won several tennis championships. He was also ranked in the world as number 1 during his time. Currently that coaching world no. 1 Novak Djokovic.
|East Northern Yemen soldiers captured Eden, ending the Yemeni civil war.
|1994 Civil War in Yemen: Aden is captured by soldiers in northern Yemen.
|Iraqi Kurdish Civil War-The Turkish Armed Forces concluded Hammer, which successfully destroyed the Kurdistan Workers Party in Northern Iraq.
|Mars Executive-B Rover was launched in space. The launch was done using Delta -2 rocket. It was an unmanned robot rover that landed on the surface of the planet's surface. It is still in active position and is collecting information from Mars.
|NASA's Opportunity spacecraft flew to Mars.
|Suicide assailants killed 52 people in a range of public transport system of London of four explosives (portrait of emergency respondents).
|Five Islamic extremists in London blew four bombs at different places in the city. In which more than 50 people were killed.
|The first live meaning profit concert was conducted in 11 places around the world.
|Pope Benedict Sixteenth released the appostolic letter Samormponticum, lifting the ban on celebrating the old Latin month.
|America's telecommunications satellite Direct V-10 was launched by Russia's Protan-M rocket.
|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, the final film of the Harry Potter series, premiered in London.
|Equal to five months of rain, Russia fell into Krasnodar Cry, causing a flood, killing 171 people.
|140 people died due to severe floods in Russia.
|Andy Murray became the first England player to capture the title since 1936, defeating Novak Djokovic in the final of the Wimbledon tennis tournament.