|Kasimir III of Poland released a royal charter for the establishment of the oldest university in Jagliolonian University, the country.
|Rao Jodha founded Jodhpur. His father Rao Ranmal was the ruler of Marwar. He built the Mehrangarh fort of Jodhpur, Rao Brahmabhatta is a descendant of Rao Jodha.
|Jhua Jhifan, the prince of Anhua (modern Shanxi, in China), began a failed rebellion against the rule of Zheng Emperor.
|The National University of San Marcos, the oldest university in the United States, was established in Intte, Lima, Peru.
|A clearly spontaneous mass rebellion against Henry III's liberal policies was born in the radical Paris.
|John Wesley laid the foundation stone of Bristol, the world's first Methodist meeting house in New Room, England.
|The first advertisement for ice cream was released. The ad appeared in the New York Gazette, when confectioner Philip Lenzi announced that ice cream was available almost every day. Records kept by a Chatham Street, New York, businessman state that President George Washington spent about $ 200 for snow
|The first ice cream advertisement shown on television was Philip Lenji-New York Gadget).
|British troops captured Charleston, South Carolina.
|The socialist activist Luis Augusti Blaqui and the Sएtete des Sassons launched a revolt against the French government.
|William Clayton invented the odometer.
|In the last major clash of weapons of the US Civil War, the Sangh army put Confederates on the banks of Rio Grandeweight in Broovesville, Texas.
|Under the danger of the invasion, Tunis Muhammad Tisiya-Sadik's Bay signed a bardo treaty to make Tunisia a french protecture.
|The provisional government of Saskakachewan was decisively removed in the battle of Batoch, due to which the north-west rebellion ended three days later.
|In Pennsylvania, one lakh 40 thousand workers of anthracite coal strike.
|The first National Hospital Day was celebrated. And the US celebrates National Nursing Week every year from 6 May to 12 May (Florence Nightingale's birthday).
|The Italian manufactured half-kissing aircraft Norgi completed the first verified overflow of the North Pole on 12 May 1926. It was also the first aerial vessel to fly on a polar ice cap between Europe and America.
|The Trades Union Congress, a union of British businesses, announced that it would end its week -long general strike '[coal] miners' wages and uncertainty of hours.
|The crew of the aerial ship Norze, led by Rubledamundsen, became the first to travel to Northpol, to a verified visit.
|Airship Norgay became the first vessel to fly to the North Pole.
|Wilhelm Groener resigned as Germany's defense minister.
|The Z3, the world's first working program and a fully automated digital computer were presented to the audience of scientists in Berlin on 12 May 1941. The Z3 was designed by German Civil Engineer Conard Jusay, often considered to be the inventor of a computer.
|German engineer Konrad Zus presented the world's first working program Z3 (replication) to a audience of scientists in Berlin, which is a completely automated programmer.
|Marshal Shimshon Timosencola carried out a major attack in eastern Ukraine under the Second World War-Soviyat forces, only two weeks later to be encircled by German soldiers.
|The second battle of Kharkov began.
|Austria achieved its full independence on May 12, 1955, as it remained in the possession of the Allies from 1945 to 1955, even after the end of World War II. The state of Austria was the first victim of the Nazi invasion and this controversial foreign policy of the national socialist is called Victim Theory in history.
|Austrian's affiliated business ended, followed by ten years of end of World World II, achieved its independence again.
|Canada and the United States signed a formal agreement of the North American Air Defense Command to provide aerospaceswarring and defense to North America.
|Luna 5, an unmanned Soviet spacecraft, failed on 12 May 1965 in its attempt of the first smooth landing on the surface of the moon by any spacecraft. This was the second Soviet spacecraft to reach the Moon surface after Luna 2 in 1959.
|West Germany and Israel established diplomatic relations.
|Bush Memorial Stadium opened in St. Louis Missouri.
|The first Australian Task Force began protecting the fire support base coral in the largest unit-tier action of the Vietnam War for the Australian Army.
|May 12 was declared as International Nurse Day as it is the birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. The International Nurse Day has been celebrated to the International Nurse Council by distributing the day kit.
|Vietnam's final official battle between Cambodia Empire and the United States took place on May 12, 1975 as the American container ship SS Mayagaz was seized by the Cambodian army.
|The Cambodian Navy seized the American container ship SSMAYAGUEZ in recognized international water, but was claimed by Cambodia as regional people.
|The 1984 Louisiana World Exhibition, The World of Fresh Waters on a Source of Life ", on May 12, 1984, was opened in New Orleans, the United States and ended on 11 November 1984. It was declared bankrupt during its period. Due to low attendance
|Ingrid Beans became the first Belgian woman to climb the summit of Mount Everest on May 12, 1992 as a member of New Zealand's Adventure Consultants Everest Campaign.
|The Australian marathon swimmer Susie Maroni, on 12 May 1997, became the first person to swim 180 km of Florida Straits from Cuba to the United States at the age of 22. She was the fastest floating woman in two ways, only 17 hours and 14 minutes at the age of 17 in English Channel Crossing 1991.
|Russia and Chechnya signed a peace deal after 400 years of conflict.
|Widely for the riots, four students were shot dead in Triskti University Indonesia and finally collapsed.
|A cartoon in which the Iranian Aeseris was allegedly compared to the cockroach was published in an Iranian magazine, which stretched riots across the country.
|During the Karachi visit of Pakistan Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhary, 50 people were killed and more than 100 injured in the rioting.
|The Great Sichuan earthquake occurred on May 12, 2008 with a magnitude of 8.0 in Sichuan province, China. Ms. This was the deadliest earthquake to kill China since 1976 and an earthquake for the 21st time, killing 69, 197 people and 18, 22 survived.
|Postcillas, Iowa, American Immigration and Customs Enforcement organized the largest raids of the workplace and arrested about 400 migrants for identity theft and document fraud.
|The earthquake in Sichuan, China, killed more than 69000 people.
|Zhu Wayne forced Emperor Ae to end Tangdinesti after nearly three hundred years of rule.