|The Paris dispute began in the court of King Louis IX, in which four rabbis defended Talmud against the condemnation of Nicholas Donin.
|The first mass opposition to the farmer rebellion began in Blackhead, England, in which Lollard priest John Ball asked a mob, 'When Adam removed the Eve and was a havildar, who was the gentleman? '
|Gabbard's naval war took place between the Commonwealth of England and the Safolk between the fleet of the United Provinces, during the first Anglo-Dutch War near Gabard Sholay on the coast of England. The Dutch ended the fight with a total of 17 ships, out of which 6 were drowned and 11 were caught.
|New Amsterdam legally became part of Britain and was named New York after the Duke of York.
|Pope Alexander the Eighth) replaced the Innocent twelfth.
|Fifth Virginia Convention acknowledged the declaration of rights, a highly impressive document that declares the underlying rights.
|US law was passed, making it mandatory for the senator to be at least 30 years old.
|During the 1798 Irish rebellion between the British forces led by the local joint Irishis led by Major-General George Nugant and Henry Munro, during the Irish Rebellion, Battle of Ballinhin, was fought outside the county down. Initial reports claimed that four hundred rebels were killed, while British losses were around forty.
|The German inventor Karl Drasse drove his earliest horse ("Dreissen " or Loughmaskine), the earliest form of the bicycle, in Mannheim.
|France started the process of colonization of Algeria.
|Taiping Rebellion: Taiping forces entered Hunan.
|Union General Uleises S. Grant expel his soldiers from a cold harbor in Hanover County, Virginia, one of the most blood -soaked battles in the US Civil War.
|Runway passenger vehicles collided with Aragh, a current trainer in northern Ireland, killing 80 people.
|88 people died in Armagh rail disaster in Ireland.
|Philippine declaration of freedom. This Caviet II L Viso was declared in the current day-day Quitte, with the public reading of the Cavit, the Act of the Declaration of Freedom, the Filipino revolutionary forces under the General Emilio Aguunelo declared the sovereignty and freedom of the Philippine Islands from the colonial rule of Spain. Did. ,
|New Richmond Bandar killed 117 people and injured 125 people in the northern great plains of the United States.
|Greek Massacre: Ottoman Greeks were killed in Fokia by Turkish irregular soldiers.
|Brazil decided to come out of the League of Nations.
|Byron Nelson Won Open
|On her thirteenth birthday, Anne Frank started placing her diary on the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands.
|The then Soviet Union declared the peace treaty with Japan illegal.
|Pope Pius XII died at the age of 14, Dominic Savio, who died to make him the youngest non-vegetable saint in the Roman Catholic Church.
|The African American civilian rights activist was from Bayran de la Bekwith, a member of the Medagar Erers Ku Clox Clan.
|Nelson Mandela sentenced to life imprisonment for agitating against apartheid in South Africa.
|Venera 4 was launched. Venus was an investigation at the Soviet Venera program to discover Venus. This was the first successful probe to analyze in-place analysis of the atmosphere of another planet. It can also be the first investigation into landing on another planet.
|The us The film Baby of Rosemary was published.
|The Allahabad High Court convicted the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in electoral corruption.
|Cold War- During a speech at Berlin Burger Gate of Berlin by Berlin's Wall, US President Ronald Reagan challenged Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to 'tearing this wall'!
|Russia Day is celebrated on 12 June, which is the national holiday of the Russian Federation. It is celebrated every year since 1992. The first Congress of the Russian Federation's People's Deputy in June adopted the Russian Soviet Federal Socialist Republic's announcement of the state sovereignty. 12, 1990.
|Boris Yeltsin became the then President of the Russian Republic.
|The world's largest twinjet Boeing 777 creates its first flight. Boeing 777 is a family of twin-engine jets with long-range wide-wide body developed by Boeing commercial airplanes. It is the world's largest twinjet and has a seating capacity for 314 to 451 passengers.
|The world's largest twinjet aircraft, the Boeing 777, took its first flight.
|H. , Deve Gowda won the trust vote in the Lok Sabha and ruled as the head of the United Front alliance. He is a member of the 16th Lok Sabha representing Hassan constituency in Karnataka and is also the national president of the Janata Dal (Secular) Party, and has strong support in the Vokkaliga community which is at the forefront of state politics.
|After the bombing of Yugoslavia and Kosovover, the NATO -led Kosovo force (a portrait of the German army's armored vehicle) entered Kosovo with the mandate of the installation of a safe environment in the inn area.
|Robert Edward Dyer was sentenced to 16 years for a six -month long letter bomb campaign against the British Supermarket series Tesco.
|International Labor Organization (ILO), the UN body which controls the world of work', launched World Day in 2002 to focus on efforts to fight against child labor and inaugurated World Labor in 2002 . The day brings together governments, local authorities, civil societies and organizations to define guidelines to indicate child labor problem and help child laborers.
|World Child Labor Prohibition Day began.
|The South Asian Football Federation has hosted the sixth SAIF Football Championship for the year 2009.