|The third crusade-Frederick I drowned in the Salef River in Barbrosa Anatolia.
|Naseeruddin Muhammad Shah I became the ruler of Delhi.
|Battle of Glen Sheel: British forces defeated Yakub and his Spanish allies.
|The first effective law for medical practice was enacted in New York.
|An earthquake in China's Sijuan province broke the dam on the Dadu River, killing one million people.
|A volcanic eruption forms in Sabrina Island Azores).
|The first boat race competition between Cambridge University and Oxford University took place. This competition became a tradition after both universities. The race took place on the Tems River in London in England.
|In Rowing, Oxford defeated Cambridge in the first boat race (depicted in the 2002 race) held on Tems in London.
|The first boat race competition took place at Oxford and the University of Cambridge.
|More than 25 Australian tribals were massacred near Inverel in New South Wales.
|Richard Wagner's revolutionary Triston and Isolde received their premiere in Munich.
|Two days after the Korean coast batteries, two American warships were attacked, an American punitive campaign landed and caught several people on Gangahawa Island.
|The First World War-Italian Torpedo boats drowned the Austro-Hungerian dreaded SMS Szant Istwan on the Dalmesian coast.
|Rome's Italian socialist leader Giacomo Mattotti kidnapped and murdered.
|The United Church of Canada was inaugurated in the city of Mutual Street Arena in Toronto.
|The United Church of Canada, the country's largest Protestant Church, conducts its inaugural service at Toronto's Mutual Street Arena.
|Norway occupied eastern Greenland.
|The Barter Theater was inaugurated in Abingdon City, Virginia.
|American Physician Bob Smith drank his last alcohol drink, inscribed in the traditional founding date of alcoholic anonymus.
|Norway surrendered to the German Nazi forces during World War II. The German army attacked Norway with sea and wind as soon as Operation Weserbung was taken into action. The unexpected Norwegian forces failed to oppose a powerful attack and officially surrendered to Germany.
|Italy declared a fight against France and Britain during World War II.
|During the Second World War, six hundred and forty people, including men, women and children, were killed in the city of Ordor-Soon-Glain. Ordor-Sur-Glain was a city in France which was attacked by the German army. This phenomenon is known as the Ordur-Sura-Glain massacre.
|The German army killed 218 Greeks during World War II.
|Italy was declared a republic.
|Italy became a republican nation after the end of the monarchy.
|In Sweden, the Saab company built its first automobile.
|Under the leadership of John Defenbekar, the Progressive Conservative Party won the seats on the completion of 22 years of Liberal Party rule at the Canadian House of Commons at the Federal Party of Commons.
|The Soviet Union ended diplomatic relations with Israel.
|Argentina became a member of the Burn Convention Copyright Treaty. The Burn Convention, known as The Burn Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, is known as the Copyright Treaty, is an international agreement controlling copyright, which is first accepted in 1886, Burn in 1886, Burns, Switzerland it was done.
|The United States concluded its trade agreement with China.
|The US ended China's 21-year trade ban.
|One of the first individual computers apple 2 on sale. This was the first consumer product sold by Apple Computer. It was a compact computer designed for personal use and became one of the most hi -tech computers of that time.
|Sales of the first Apple II series computer began.
|Eleven -year -old Jessie Lee Dagard was abducted in Taho, South California; She remained a prisoner till 2009.
|Barlusconi was appointed Prime Minister of Italy.
|Pakistan renamed the world's second highest peak K-2 to 'Chogori' or 'Shahgori'.
|Spirit Rover was launched by NASA for Mission Marsa. This was the beginning of the Mangal Abhiyan program organized by the United States space agency NASA. Spirit Rover was a robot vehicle sent to the surface of Mars to collect information and became the first country to land on the surface of the planet Mars.
|NASA's Mangalyaan rover launched.
|War in Afghanistan - As a result of an air strike by the United States, eight paramilitary forces of the Pakistan Army Core and eight fighters of the Taliban died in the tribal areas of Pakistan.
|The 54th National Film Awards were announced, 'Lage Raho Munnabhai' being voted the best popular film.