|The Republic of Sweden and Novgorod signed the Treaty of Noteburgato temporarily ending the Swedish-Novgorodian wars.
|French armies captured the ambulances of England.
|Emperor Akbar's minister Abul Fazal was killed at the behest of Salim Mirza, who later became Emperor Jahangir.
|The English fleet defeated the Dutch fleet.
|Puritons and his native American colleagues killed the Vampano Ampanosechem Metacomat ('King Philip'), essentially ending the Kingfillip's war.
|Peninsular War: After the Battle of Salamanca, the combined English and Portuguese forces under the command of Wellington entered Madrid.
|Austria declared war on France.
|St. David's College was founded in modern day University of Wales, Lampeter) Wales by Bishop Thomas Burgess of St. Wales.
|The city of Chicago was established in America.
|A peace treaty was signed between the Khiva of Imperial Russia and Khanate, making it a Russian protectorate.
|American astronomer Asaf Hall discovered Dimos, smaller than two Moon of Mars.
|The first National Archery Association tournament was set in Chicago.
|The last known Keta, which is a subspecies of the field, passed away at the Artis Magistra Zoo in Amsterdam.
|Last known quota, a sub-species of Zebra, Artis Magistra Zoo died in Amsterdam.
|Spanish-American War: American and Spanish Forces Abolished in Cuba.
|Henry Ford's car company created the first car model.
|The Warsaw battle between Poland and Russia began.
|Burdo Thodol was first published as The Tibetan Book of the Dead in the United States.
|Diver Marjorie Gestring became the youngest Olympic gold medalist of 13 years (268 days).
|After a week, after discriminatory killing of citizens in Vola, Warsaw, Poland, SS General Eric von Dem Bach-Zelevski ordered that any remaining pole be sent to labor or concentration camps.
|The Battle of Falize Pocket began.
|Members of the Korean War-North Korean People's Army imprisoned American prisoners of the war.
|Thirteen Jewish poets were hanged in Moscow for espionage for false confessions.
|The famous German novelist Thomas Mann died. He gained a lot of fame from his The Magic Mountain novel.
|The Federal Maritime Commission was established in the United States.
|Due to the terms of the IOC, South Africa has been stopped from the Olympic Games in Tokyo, including refusal to demolish its' apiced policies. South Africa was not admitted to the Olympics in 1992 even after 28 years of suspension.
|Riots erupted in the Boguside region of the dairy and spread across North Ireland.
|Syria ended diplomatic relations with Jordan due to a border dispute.
|Oil tankers hit Oswega Guardian and Texanita Stillby, South Africa.
|IBM revealed its first individual computer, IBM 5150, which was sold at a price of $ 1,600 as an original figure, but fully with a 64 kB RAM and a single 5 1/4 inch floppy drive To buy functional PCs and it was priced at $ 3,525.
|IBM Personal Computer, Original version and IBM PC Sangat Hardware Forum were introduced.
|IBM introduced its first personal computer, which was priced at 16 thousand dollars.
|Japan Airlines flight 123, crashed at the ridge of Mounttattamghara in Gumma province, Japan, killing 524 in the world's worst single-union aviation disaster.
|Japan Airlines Flight 123 crashed in Japan, killing 520 people, the worst single plane crash in history)
|American peliytologist Suendricason found the most full group in Tirenosaurus which was sometimes found near Faith, South Dakota, US.
|The skeletons of Tyrannosaurus rex or 't rex' were found by the researchers. With the help of this skeleton, scientists came to know many things about the process of development of organisms.
|Oscar category submarine K-141 Kursk's dandruff navyxploded and drowned in the Barents Sea during a military exercise.
|Russia's nuclear submarine sank after a blast that killed all 118 people on board.
|In an attempt of immigration in the United States, 104 ecuadors are killed when their ship sinks into the Pacific Ocean. However, 9 people have been rescued after staying in the sea for two days.
|The fossil residue of an ancient ul forest of about 8 million years old is found in a coal mine in Bükkábrány in Hungary.
|The Treasury Department of the United States bans five Iranian companies to assist the development of Iran's nuclear program.
|Astronomers have discovered the planet called WASP-17B, the first planet that revolves in the opposite direction of its star spin.
|Scientists announced the discovery of a chemical compound that destroys the fertility of bacteria, which are antibiotic-resistant.
|The 30th Olympic Games ended in London.
|Artur Avila, Manjulbhargava, Martin Hair, and Maryam Mirzakhani are presented with fields medals. Mirzakhani became the first woman and first Iranian fields medalist
|Cleopatra VII philosopher, the last ruler of the Egyptian tolemic dynasty, allegedly committed suicide through an asp cutting.