|Yakuno Amalak dragged the last Zagway king and seized Ethiopia's Simpirial throne, starting the reign of Solomonicodine for more than 700 years.
|Captain Diago Diaz of the Portuguese seaplane became the first European to see Madagascar.
|The Kambarai-England league war and a joint Franco-Breton fleet engaged in the Battle of St.-Mathy, during which Nexplosian destroyed the most powerful ship (picture) of each navy.
|Swedish warship Vasa drowned after drowning in a thirty -year war in less than a knight from Stockholm.
|The first wave of Acadeon's expulsion from the present Canadian maritime provinces by the British began with the Bay of Funny Campaign in Chignateko.
|The academy's expulsion began with the Bay of Fundy campaign.
|Karlos III became Emperor of Spain.
|Carlos III became king of Spain.
|A copy of the document declaring American independence formally arrived in London.
|The Louvre officially opened in Paris, France.
|Louvre, the most viewed art museum in the world, was officially opened with an exhibition of 537 paintings.
|Louvre was officially opened in Paris with an exhibition of 537 paintings.
|Louvre (Louvre Pyramid Picture), today the world's most awaited museum, officially opened in Paris with an exhibition of 537 paintings.
|The Louvre Museum is inaugurated in Paris. 200 years old Western art history is recorded in this museum and one of them is Monalisa.
|The troops under Karl von Dobellen defeated a Russian attack at Kahोजjoki.
|Ecuador declared independence from Spain.
|Missouri is accepted as the 24th US state.
|A devastating earthquake in Syria killed 20,000 people.
|The first Causs Reguta was held in the United Kingdom on the Isle of Wight.
|Finnserhorn was first climbed, Bernani is the highest peak of the Alps.
|The Battle of Creek of American Civil War-Wesman, the first major battle of the West of the Missippi River.
|After Uruguay's Governing Blanco Party denied Brazil's demands, Jose Antonio Saraiwa announced that the Brazilian army would begin rebellion, starting the Uruguay war.
|The immunized association of iron, steel and tin workers finally went on a failed strike to reduce its decline and organize a large number of new members.
|The Steel Steel warship fleet fleet between the first major conflict in the Battle of Ruso-Japanese War-Yellosa.
|After being defeated in World War I, the Osmani regime signed the Sewerage Agreement.
|Dirk Jan de Geyer became Prime Minister of the Netherlands.
|The German army contingent 'Narwa ' stopped the Sovietalingrad Front from capturing the strategically important Narva Istmusin Estonia.
|Due to atomic bombs, Japan, looking at his desire to surrender to the Allies, said that his emperor Hirohit is the same.
|After the defeat of Japan in World War II, the northern part of Korea went under the authority of the Red Army of Russia and a few days later the southern part of Korea went to the right of America.
|The first Indochina War-The French Union removed its army from the Camper League against Viet Minh in Central Modern-Day Vietnam.
|The first Indo China War-The French Union withdrew its army from Operation Kemarg against Viet Minh in Central Modern-Day Vietnam.
|, W.E. Peterson hopes that the invention of "protective milk" can treat various human diseases such as cancer, rheumatic fever and even normal colds. Doctors have been testing by injecting bacteria in cow's milk to create immunity in those who consume milk. However, many people have not tried this milk.
|The Heraldry Institute was created under General Order No. 29 of the United States Army.
|US space officials sent the first spacecraft from Cape Kennedy to take pictures of the appropriate location to land the rocket in space. Which crashed on the moon on 29 October.
|The satellite SLV-3 was launched.
|The kidnapped head of six -year -old Adam Walsh was found in the canal in Vero Beach, Florida, which inspired his father John to become a lawyer for the rights of the victims, in which in the formation of the National Center for the missing and excluded children. got help.
|In the Japanese American International-The Civil Liberty Act 1988, every surviving person was given a right of $ 20,000 in refinance.
|The Magellan spacecraft starts its own orbit of the planet Venus after a long journey of 15 months from Earth. The spacecraft mapped Venus over the next four years, and prepared an exact map of most planets.
|Fifteen months after the launch of NASA's Magallan space probe, Venus reached the mission to make a map on the surface.
|The United Kingdom has first marked the temperature when exceeding 100 degrees Fahrenheit. In Brogdel, Kent's temperature was recorded at 101.3F, the most prominent level of temperature in the country since the record was recorded in 1875. A strong summer wave in Europe took over 35,000 lives in August.
|Yuri Malenchenko became the first person to marry in space.
|In addition to the transfer of its own China operations, Yahoo Inc. is a deal to pay around US $ 1 billion, in turn to 35% for equity stake;
|The Scotland Yard says that militants have disrupted plans to destroy aircraft from Britain to America. Pakistan's intelligence service reports that his work with the British Intelligence Department helped reveal the conspiracy. CNN says that sources have informed that it was the latest arrests in Pakistan, which persuaded Britain to take fast action.
|The spacecraft, Endeavor's stomach loss has been observed by NASA after docking with the international space station.
|Anti-AIDS vaccine was successfully tested in a lab in Chennai.
|A good 350 new glasses consisting of 244 plants and 16 amphibians discovered in the eastern Himalayas.
|The US drone missile attack killed 18 people in Pakistan's North Waziristan district.
|The 2013 World Championship in Athletics begins in Moscow.
|Under Otto I, the forces won the Battle of Lakefelfeloner's current Augsburg, Germany, which prevents the incarnations of Magirs in Central Europe.