|Today, International Chocolate Day is celebrated. Because chocolate was first used today.
|Genghis Khan's third son, Didei Khan, was Khagras Khagan of the Mongol Empire.
|After three years of exile, John Calvin returned to the Church of Geneva under a body of theory, called cavalminism.
|Treaties of Britain, Austria and Savoy-Sardinia Worms were signed.
|Kalvária Banskaya Stavnica was completed in the Kingdom of Hungary.
|The British defeated the French army on the plains of Abraham.
|The elevator was first tested in the city of Chicago, USA. It was built by an American named John Beckbart.
|New York City became America's first capital.
|Louis Fourteen of France accepted the final version of the entire constitution.
|1812-Fort McHeenry's Battle in Inner Harbor, Baltimore, was destroyed by the British Army during the Battle of Baltimore, later Francis Scott Kott of Francis Scott asked to write 'The Star-Spangled banner', due to which the United States Became a national anthem of America.
|The Gleaner newspaper was first published in Jamaica.
|The explosion completely drank a large iron rod. Thrown out through the gaze, making him an important initial case of brain damagecting personality and behavior.
|The Hamburg-US ship Austria opened fire and sunk, killing 471 people.
|8 people died in a storm in northeast Nebraska
|Elizabeth McCombs became the first woman selected for New Zealand's Thepara sensitivity.
|The Italian army captured Libya in Egypt and Fort Campuzzo in Sallum.
|The war started in Vietnam.
|IBM released 305 Remake, the first commercial computer with disk storage.
|After more nuclear tests by Russia, the US will resume underground test of nuclear weapons within the next ten days.
|June leader Guyen Khan, after demoting him, tried to make South Vietnamese generals Lam Van Paat and Duong Van Duk Tadka Tadka.
|Albania separated itself from the Warsaw Pact.
|Following the coup of the coup, Maotse Tung's other-command-command Biyo died in a plane crash, while an attempt was made to escape from the People's Republic in China.
|The World Hockey Association was formed.
|The first diesel automobile was introduced by General Motors.
|China conducted a nuclear test.
|Super Mario Bros, which is one of the best -selling and most influential games ever, was first released for NES in Japan.
|Steve Jobs resigns from Apple Computer to create Next.
|A radioactive object was released into a hospital in Brazil, which came out of a hospital in Goyaania, resulting in four people who died and 249 others had severe pollution.
|Hurricane Gilbert reached a minimum pressure of 888 MB (26.22 in) with a continuous flight-level winds of 185 mph (295 km / h), which at that time became the most acute Atlantic storm on records.
|The space probe Ulyssus passes through the south pole of the Sun.
|Osama bin Laden is nominated as Prime Minister behind terrorist attacks in the United States two days ago, which was done by State Secretary Colonel Powell.
|Kimvir Gill shot and killed 19 people at Dawson College in Montreal for unknown reasons.
|Burj Dubai becomes the largest structure in the world.
|Burj Khalifa, based in Dubai, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, became the largest building in the world.
|There were five explosions at various places in Delhi, killing at least 30 people.
|Four bomb blasts occurred one after another at three places in Delhi, killing 30 people and injuring more than 130.
|The teeth and bones of many animals have been discovered by archaeologists inside a cave in Devon, England by archaeologists.
|At least 18 people were killed after protests in Jammu and Kashmir after reporting a Quran burning in the United States.
|In Sweden, four people arrested for the 2011 unsuccessful Gothenburg terror attack are considered associated with the al-Qaeda terrorist network.
|A ball of World War II is located in the city of Kemi, Lapland, in which one person died and hundreds of residents were evacuated.
|The temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus on Capitolin Hill, an important temple in ancient Rome, was dedicated.
|The highest temperature on land was recorded in El Azizia, Libya. This temperature measured in the shade was 136.4 ° F 58 ° C).