|Iltutmish, the ruler of the slave dynasty, captured Gwalior.
|The council of Trent's council of Trent, a council of Trent, a ecological council played by Poppall III in response to the development of Protestantism opened in Trent's Bishopic of Trent (now in modern Italy).
|Sir Francis Drake left Plymouth, England with five ships and 164 men on his world trip.
|Massachusetts Bay Colony organized three militia units, which is considered to be the establishment of the National Guard of the United States.
|The first English citizen war-deeds forces to work under Sir William Waller led a successful surprising attack on a winter outpost of the Royalist pedaling and horsemen.
|Britain and Russia signed trade agreements.
|Osman III made Mahmud I the Ottoman Empire king (1754–1757).
|While taking Acadeon from the island of Prince Edward to France, Duke William lost more than 360 people in North Atlantic, one of the largest marine disasters in the history of Canada.
|First music store opened in the US (Philadelphia).
|At present, Hannover, New Hampshire, Dartmouth College in the US, was founded by a Royal Charter and became the last university in thirteen colonies before the US revolution.
|The first incident of the American Revolution occurred.
|The first incident of the American Revolution - 400 attacks on FT William and Mary in New Hampshire.
|Alexander, Vicomte de Beauharnais, married Josephine Taser.
|Wold Newton Ulkami: A meteorite struck Wold Newton, a village in Yorkshire, England.
|Basutoland was made a British protector.
|Percy Everitt patented the weighing machine by inserting the coin.
|An avalanche in Tyrol, Austria killed 10,000 Austrian and Italian soldiers in 24 hours.
|The League of Nations international court was established in The Hague, Netherlands.
|The second China-Japanese Battle-Japanese army captured Nanjingchina and then started several atrocities at several places.
|Arch Vish Vakarios was elected the first President of Cyprus.
|With the Ethiopia's Emperor Heli Selassi out of the country, four conspirators tried to coup and established Crown Prince Asfow Vosan as the new emperor.
|King Konstantine II of Greece left the country when his coup attempt failed.
|Polish Prime Minister Wijhek Jaruzelski declared martial law, suspended solidarity and imprisoned several union leaders.
|Five Kashmiri militants were released from jail in exchange for the release of the daughter of Home Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed from the clutches of the terrorists.
|The Tribals-Provisional Irish Republican Army conducted a fierce cedar FIET with Kings on Scottish Borderrs at a vehicle Czechpoint Complex in County Ferranag, Northern Ireland.
|Kofi Annan was elected Secretary General of the United Nations.
|The European Union was expanded. Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovakia were included.
|Three people died and smoke flew into the air due to the collapse of a residential building in New Jersey.
|According to a survey conducted by the Social Opinion Center of Uzbekistan, 93.7% of the respondents opposed religious fundamentalism and 3.9% said that religious freedom is limited, although only 39.4% said that they have situations that have situations which are "their religious religious Satisfies the requirements. "
|For the fifth phase of Jammu and Kashmir, 57% polling was held in 11 assembly constituencies.
|A meeting between the leaders of China, Japan and South Korea took place on the island of Kyoso to withdraw the financial crisis.
|On the second day of demonstrations at the United Nations Climate Change Conference, Denmark police have detained 200 protesters for the Copenhagen port and detained 2o protesters.
|Europe has confirmed its desire to accept the Palestinian kingdom on "appropriate" time, preventing the lack of complete recognition despite increasing pressure to break the Middle East deadlock.
|According to the researchers, the signs of Higgs Boson can be detected in two different experiments conducted in Large Hadron Collider in CERN.
|Before committing suicide, a man threw grenade and thrown an automatic rifle in the crowded location St.-Lambert, lease, Belgium, killing 15 people and 125 others injured.
|Europe will be given more rights to the European Central Bank to administer the Euro Central Banks. This decision was taken by Finance Ministers of the European Union.
|Google removes a privacy feature from its Android mobile software despite opposition from groups such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
|Two US soldiers were killed in a Taliban bombing of a NATO convoy in Kabul.