|More than 50,000 people died during the flooding of St. Lucia in the northwestern Netherlands.
|The famous Danish astronomer and mathematician Taco Brahe was born.
|John Churchill was made king of Marlborough.
|Prosper Joyot's 'Electra' began its premiere in Paris.
|Charleston, South Carolina was evacuated by the British.
|King Charles III of Spain has died and his son Charles IV succeeded him.
|America's first President George Washington died. He was unanimously elected President of the United States.
|George Washington, the first President of the United States, died in Mount Vernon, Virginia.
|George Brancken, a British blacksmith, discovered stone coal.
|Alabama was accepted as the 22nd US state.
|Alabama was admitted as the 22nd American state, at present for several years in the absence of the coastline after the formation of North Alabama's state until the mobile was caught from Spain during the 1812 war. .
|Most of the bloodless border between the Toleo War, Ohio and the adjacent region Michigan ended with the dispute passed by the informally controversial 'Frostbane Convention'.
|Glasgow Subway opened the third oldest underground metro world.
|German physicist Max Planck presented a genetic derivation of its black-body radiation law, suggesting that electromagnetic energy could only be emitted in quantitative form.
|Mahatma Gandhi reached Rajkot via Porbandar.
|Norwegian explorer Roald Emondson became the first person to reach the South Pole.
|Norwegian explorer Ronald Amundsen and his team became the first to reach South Dhruv (Picture).
|The fourth and last ship of Kongo-Class, Haruna, was launched, which eventually became one of the Japanese workspaces during World War II and World War II.
|British women voted in general elections for the first time.
|Prince Frederick Charles of Hess resigned from the Finnish throne.
|Renowned filmmaker, director and actor Raj Kapoor was born.
|Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development OECD) was established.
|Australian cricketer Ian Mekif was run out on the last day of the first Test between Australia and West Indies, leading to the first Test in the history of cricket.
|NASA's Meriner 2 became the world's first spacecraft, which faces a failure while flying from Venus.
|The Dam that binds the Baldwin Hills reservoir in Los Angeles releases 277 houses destroying houses.
|General HM Irshad declared himself President of Bangladesh.
|The construction of three valleys dams started on Yangtzi Riverin China.
|Leaders of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia signed the Dayton Treaty in Paris to end the three-and-a-half-year-long Balkan war.
|The Dayton Agreement was signed in Paris.
|Disarmament Crisis on Iraq: US President Bill Clinton orders an airstrike on Iraq UNSCOM withdraws all weapons inspectors from Iraq.
|There was a flood due to torrential rains in Varagas, Venezuela, resulting in thousands of deaths, destruction of thousands of houses and the state's infrastructure completely collapsed.
|73 countries signed the first anti-corruption agreement in Merida, Mexico.
|Cuba and Venezuela founded the Bolivarian Alliance for Omerix.
|11 Hindus are condemned with life imprisonment to involve Muslims in the 2002 Gujarat violence.
|According to a research excursion, human action has had a direct impact on the Chinese river dolphin, which is probably extinct now.
|King Abdullah, the king of Saudi Arabia, invites Iran's President Mahmud Ahmadinejad to come to Mecca for Haj pilgrimage.
|Rail service resumed after 50 years between North and South Korea.
|Al-Bagdadia TV journalist Muntadhar Al Zaidi has been stopped after throwing both his shoes at the United States President George W. Bush during his farewell speech in Iraq.
|According to a recent revelation, China's People's Liberation Army has built a huge underground tunnel in the Hebai region to conserve its nuclear weapons.
|The Philippines government has claimed to have abolished the long -running communist rebellion "within three years", as it announces continuing peace talks with the rebels.
|Thousands of North Korea enjoyed the positive launch of the Quangminges -3 Unit 2 satellite at Kim Il -Sung Square, Pyongyang.
|A 20 -year -old gunman shot twenty children and six adult workers in a mass murder at a Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, USA.
|China's mission YouTue, China's first lunar rover, land on the moon. It is the first "soft" landing on the Moon since 1976 and the third is the Robot Rover.
|Two huge idols of Amenhot III, destroyed by earthquake in the Nile River in 1200 BC, have been rebuilt by archaeologists.
|A major earthquake severely damaged the city of Constantinopal.
|In Sweet Dequin Inspect, Emperor Venjong, Emperor of the Tang dynasty conspired to kill the powerful Yamdoots of the Tang Adalat, but the plot failed.