|Third Crusade-Fouries under Richard I, England defeated Job soldiers under Saladin in Arsuf, Current Israel.
|King Richard I of England defeated King Salauddin of Arasf in the Third Crusade.
|Queen Elizabeth I of Britain and Ireland was born in Greenwich, London.
|Thomas Howard, the fourth Duke of Norfoch, was arrested for being involved in the conspiracy to overthrow Queen Elizabeth I and replace Mary, Queen of Scots.
|Thomas Howard, the fourth Duke of Norfoch, was arrested on charges of killing Queen Elizabeth I and replaced her queen Mary, the queen of Scots.
|The city of Boston was established in the US state of Massachusetts.
|The Chinese farmers started a rebellion against the Dutch regime before being pressed on Formosa (Taiwan).
|Germany, England and the Netherlands signed the opposing French.
|War of Spanish Succession; Launched the twelfth siege of Gibraltar by French and Spanish troops.
|War of Spanish Succession - Turin forces of Austria and defeated France at the Battle of Savoy.
|An Edinburgh mob arrested John Portri from his cell at Tolboth Prison and disposed of him.
|Stanisov August Ponietowski was elected as the King of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
|The American revolutionary war-surgist Ezra Lee launched the first attack using a submersible using a submersible pilot to try to make explosive allegations on HHMS Eagle's hull at Nude Harbor.
|American Revolutionary War: France invaded the island of Dominica and later captured the British Fort, even known that France entered the war as an ally of the United States.
|The French revolutionary war-French defeated Banso, Venetia, present Italy of the Austrian Army.
|Brazil gained independence from the authority of Portugal. Today was declared as the National Day of Brazil.
|Brazil declared its independence from Portugal.
|Charles Darwin reached the Galápagos Islands on HMS Beagle.
|Bankim Chandra Chatterjee composed the national anthem "Vande Mataram" at Kantal Pada village in Bengal. Vande Mataram became the national slogan in the Bang Bhang movement.
|British migrants in Italy founded the Genoa Cricket and Athletic Club, which is today one of Italy's oldest association football clubs.
|In the possession of foreign troops from eight-nation union with Peking, King China was forced to sign the boxer protocol, a inequality ending the boxer rebellion.
|The first women's beauty pageant was held in the US city of New Jersey, in which Miss America was successful.
|The first Miss America, a two-day event, was held in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
|Interpol was founded in Vienna, the capital of Austria.
|Filio Taylor succeeded in making full-fledged electronic TV.
|Second World War: German Luftwaf changed its strategy in Britain's battle and started bombing London and other British cities and towns for more than 50 consecutive nights.
|Hungary declared war against Romania.
|The Federal Republic of Germany was officially established. Konrad Adanauer became the first federal chancellor.
|The fall of a coal mine in New Kalmok, Scotland, saved 13 miners and saved 166 people.
|The sports and entertainment cable channel ISPN, founded by Scott Rasmisel and his father Beau Rasmison. Introduced cable programs.
|The first issue of the American weekly Newsmagazine Education Week was published.
|Bishop Desmond Tutu is known for his non -violent opposition to apartheid in South Africa, the first black man to become the Cape Town Archbishop. This happened two years later when he won the Nobel Peace Prize.
|Desmond Tutu became the first black person to lead the Church province of Southern Africa.
|Three weeks after an earthquake in the northwestern Turkey, a major earthquake occurred in Athens, causing Greece and Turkey to start "earthquake diplomacy".
|A 5.9 magnitude earthquake in Athens, the capital of Greece, killed 143 people and injured over 500 and left 50,000 people homeless.
|Hurricane Ivan made a landfall on Granada and destroyed at least 85% of the island.
|After kidnapping and held hostage in November 2004, American man Roy Hallmes was rescued in Iraq.
|The first presidential election was held in Egypt.
|The first presidential election was held in Egypt.
|Ukrainian archaeologists say they have found underground pyramids near Luhansk which are present before the pyramids in Giza.
|Xinhua reports that 20 people have been trapped in a coal mine in Henan province of China after the flood.
|25th MTV Video Music Awards: Britney Spears and Chris Brown won.
|Scientists from Papua New Guinea broadcast the discovery of about forty new species, which includes a huge rat that weighs about 1.5 kg.
|The outbreak of wild animals in Colorado has forced around 3500 people to vacate their homes in the boulder country.
|Yakom-Sarvis Flight 9633, due to the coaching of the players and the locomotive Yaroslav professional ice hockey team, the Russian city of Yaroslav crashed, in which all rode but one died.
|An earthquake in southwest China killed 64 people and injured 715.
|A large operation carried out by the Egyptian army against Islamic terrorists in northern Sinai kills around 30 people.
|Asteroid 2014 RC comes close to Earth on 0.1 Lunar Distance.