|Hernando de Soto discovered the Mississippi River.
|Spanish victors led by Hernando de Soto (Figure) first documented Europeans to reach the Mississippi River.
|Colonel Thomas Blood of Irish origin was caught trying to steal the game Crown Jewels from a Tower in London.
|United Pieterburg St. Petersburg) was made the capital of Russia in place of Masqua.
|Pope Innocent XIII Pope Clement XI succeeded as the 244th Pope.
|Frederick, the prince of Wales, married Princess Augusta of Saxe-Goth.
|France and Bavaria signed Nymphenburg agreement.
|In Egypt, the Ottoman rebels revolted, killing Ali Bay, the Malluk Sultan of Egypt.
|A train derailed in Paris and caught fire, in which 52 and 200 people were killed.
|Robert W. to rubber tires Thompson got patented.
|American Civil War: Commenced the siege of Port Hudson, Louisiana by the military union.
|American pharmacist Dr. John Pemberton made a carbonated drink named Coca Cola.
|In Atlanta, American pharmacist John Pembberton first sold his carbonated drink to Coca-Cola, claiming that it cures many diseases.
|The first game of the Italy Football League was played.
|The first Transatlantic flight campaign was launched by United States Navy on 8 May 1919. Curtis Caplene NC-4 crossed a crossing of the Atlantic from the United States to Newfoundland, then Azoras and Portugal and finally the United Kingdom. More than one aircraft were used in this campaign which ended on 31 May 1919.
|Sweden abolishes capital punishment.
|Lithuania signed the Cleepa Agreement with the nations of the Ambassador's conference, took the Eastprasia to the Cleepa region and formed an autonomous region in an eminent area without Lithuania.
|French Aviars Charles Nungsar and Francois coli Abordal 'Oseu Blanc Biplane, attempts to create the first non-stopranletic flight from Paris to New York, disappeared after takeoff.
|Mahatma Gandhi started the movement against untouchability.
|Europe Day was known as victory or just VI Day was celebrated on 8 May 1945 to mark the end of World War II in Europe. On this day, the friendly countries of the Second World War formally accepted the untimely surrender of the Nazi Germany's armed forces.
|Most of the armed forces under German control stopped active operations. The German means of dedication were formally removed, marking the end of World War II in Europe.
|Representatives of Obercomando Der Vehramacht signed the Second World War (Wilhelm iconic portrait) in Europe in the presence of the commanders of the Allies in the presence of commanders.
|A parade turned into a riot to celebrate the end of World War II, after which there were large -scale disturbances and murders around French Algeria and around it.
|The central government included Chandranagar in the state of West Bengal.
|Austria and Israel enhanced diplomatic relations.
|In South Vietnam, the soldiers of the Republic Vietnam's army set fire to the Buddhist flag flying in the crowd of Buddhist flags, on fire against the Buddhist flag, killing and inciting the Buddhist crisis.
|South Vietnam, soldiers of the Republic of Republic of Vietnam, set fire to banning the flying Buddhist flag in Vesakha against a crowd of Buddhist protesters, on fire to kill and incite the Buddhist crisis.
|The Beatles released their 12th and final album "Jaane Bhi Do".
|Construction workers in New York City attacked students and mothers opposing Kent state firing.
|Four members of Black September kidnapped the Sabina Flight 571 to demand the release of 315 convicted Palestinian terrorists.
|The world's first modern roller coaster with steel roller coaster Great American Revolution, vertical loop was opened on 8 May 2015. It was designed by Warner Schengal and was located in the Baja Ridge area of six flag magic mountain.
|Reneled Masonar and Peter Habeller climbed the world's highest mountain Everest on 8 May 1978. This was the first time someone climbed Mount Everest without complementary oxygen.
|The World Health Organization announced the elimination of smallpox (smallpox).
|The World Health Organization officially announced the abolition of smallpox on 8 May 1980. Chickenpox was considered the most devastating infectious disease, which is caused by Variola major or variola minor. This is the only disease that has been erased all over the world.
|France did nuclear test on the island.
|Themes Barrier was officially opened on 8 May 1984 by Queen Elizabeth II. It was designed to protect against exceptional high tides and storms going above the North Sea. The construction cost of the barrier with an additional £ 100 million for the protection of the river was around £ 534 million.
|The Soviet Union announced the boycott of Summer Olympics Los Angeles citing security concerns and said that 'chaos and anti-Soviet hysteria [in uncontrolled states] are being abolished.
|A British Army Special Air Service Unit attacked a provisionalist Republican Army Unit in Laggol, Northern Ireland, killing an eightIRA member and a civilian.
|François Mitterrand's party was re-elected for 7 years in France.
|China's Southern Airlines flight 3456 crashed, killing 35 people.
|The Nancy Mess became the first female cadet to graduate from The Cittal Military College in South Carolina on 8 May 1999. He obtained a degree in business administration with Magna cum Lod honor.
|Sri Lankan spin bowler Muttiah Muralitharan set the record for most Test wickets with 521 wickets.
|Dimitri Medvedev took office as Prime Minister of Russia after being nominated by President Vladimir Putin on 8 May 2012. He also worked as the third President of Russia from 2008 to 2012. He was a person who recognized corruption as the country's most serious problem and carried out an anti -corruption campaign.
|Jhao's house defeated Zee's house, ending a military conflict between the elite families of Ginst's genes, ging's bullets, in the time of spring and autumn.