|A peace agreement was signed between Russia and Poland.
|Legendary painter Frenz Helz of Holland died at the age of 82.
|France defeated Hobsburgers.
|The first demonstration of the Aurora Borealis began in the North American Colonies (New England).
|The University of North Carolina, the oldest public university in the United States, founded.
|The University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill is one of the oldest public universities in the United States and is the only charter to obtain degrees in the 18th century.
|Russo-Turkish War 1787–92): 26,000 Turkish soldiers lost their lives during the storm of Alexander Savorov of Izamel.
|First Anglo Sikh War started.
|First Anglo-Sikh War: The Sikh army crossed the Sutlej River in Punjab.
|Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay and Yadunath Bose became the first Bachelor of Arts subjects from the University of Calcutta.
|London -based football club Arsenal, then known as Dialskware, played his first match in the Isle of Dogs.
|In support of the December rebellion in Moscow, the Council ofworkers of Kiev's depot revolted on a large scale, established the Republic of Shuliavaka in the city.
|The New Zealand parliament was completely destroyed by the fire.
|Roland Garces of France set a new record of height of 18,670 feet over Tunis.
|After Independence's Irish Republican Armimbush of a British Assistant Patrol in War-Crook, the British Army burnt several buildings in the city and set them on fire.
|Bollywood actor and known as Tragedy King, Dilip Kumar was born in Peshawar, Pakistan.
|The current President of the country Pranab Mukherjee was born in Birbhum in West Bengal.
|The Olympic Games to be held in Berlin in 1936 faced opposition from the American Jewish Congress as Nazi Germany was not providing equality to Jewish athletes compared to other athletes.
|The city of Toronto is affected by the heaviest snowfall ever, with 20 inches of snow falling in a single day and 21 people are dying as a result.
|The Eighth Army of the British marched on Lamon, Italy.
|Rajendra Prasad was appointed the Speaker of the Constituent Assembly.
|The convicted killers Ronald Turpin and Arthur Lucas were two persons executed in Canada.
|The UNICEF was established. This organization is active in more than 150 countries. Its center is in New York.
|Apollo 17 (insignia), final Apollo Moon landed on the Mission, Moon.
|Apollo 17, Last Apollo Moon landed on Mission, Moon.
|Salvadoran Civil War-Early 900 citizens were killed in a guerrilla campaign by the anti-Gurvila armed forces.
|Scientists have detected the cause of a large number of birds in Spain during the last September. It was found that pesticides poisoned 5,000–10,000 birds in Spain rice growing area.
|The Russian army launched an invasion of Chechnia, the southwestern republic of Russia.
|A conference held in Kyoto, Japan discussed and agreed by 50 countries to control greenhouse gas emissions and agreed. Its purpose is to get the stabilization of greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that will prevent dangerous anthropological intervention with the climate system.
|The ongoing strike in Korea affects both national and international Korean air, which has shut down.
|A demonstration by Australians in a riots in Chronullah, New South Wales against recent violence against local people turned into a riot.
|Discovery Docks successfully with NASA's Space Shuttle International Space Station. The crew is expected to spend a week to run the space station again.
|The International Conference to review the global vision of Theholocaust to provide a suitable scientific environment for scholars, which presents their opinion in freedom', but worldwide', but worldwide Criticized as 'Hellochecon Daniers' meeting.
|The first action in the Mexican Drug War took place as President Felip Calderone, in which the Mexican Army and the federal police unions were ordered in the Egyptian state.
|Rail service resumes after 50 years between North and South Korea.
|Al-Qaeda organization Alziers in Islamic Magreb takes full blame of two concurrent bomb blasts in Algeria, killing at least 62 people.
|The Free Software Foundation filed a lawsuit against Cisco for the use of GPL-licenses obtained on its linkPL, but failed to meet the needs of a general public license.
|American stock broker Bernard Madoff was arrested in a $ 50 billion Ponzi scheme for securities fraud, the largest such inheristor.
|According to the US Defense Minister, Robert Gates USA has warned Iran of "important new restrictions" on the country's nuclear program.
|Bolivia's retirement age has been reduced from 65 to 58 while retirement age has been increased in other countries.
|The famous sitar player Pandit Ravi Shankar, who was awarded the Bharat Ratna and Padmavibhushan, passed away.
|Emperor Jian abolished the throne and the Han Dynasty Brokship, the period of three states began.
|Under the leadership of Muhammad, Muslims conquered Mecca from the Quran.