|The forces of England's Norman Victory-Vilium The Concorer defeated the British Army on Hastings and killed England's last Crown Anglo-Saxon king Herold Godwinson.
|Rabbis Judah Hasid and Chaim Molochow came to Jerusalem.
|French aid convoy reached Montreux Scotland.
|An agreement of friendship and trade was signed by Sultan Osman III, and King Frederick V. Denmark appointed an extraordinary representative for the Ottoman Empire.
|The Austrian army defeated Prussia at Saxon, Battle of Hachkirk.
|The First Continental Congress declared colonial rights in Philadelphia.
|The War of the third coalition-French forces under Marshal Mitchell Ney defeated Austrian forces in Ellingen, Current Germany.
|In the Battle of the US Citizen War-Bisto station, the UNII II Corps was able to surprise and retrieve the confederate attack on the Union Rear Guard, resulting in the union victory.
|The University of Punjab was established in modern Pakistan.
|Lala Hardayal, the founder of 'Gadar Party' in America, was born in Delhi.
|French inventor Louis Le Prince filmed the Roundhe, Leeds, Westorekshire, England, the earliest living picture roundhe garden scene.
|Former US President Theodore Roosevelt was shot in an attempt to harass, but gave a speech before receiving the healing pre -mining surgeon John Benjamin Murphy.
|An explosion at Universal coal mines in Britain's South Wales killed 439 people.
|Manuel Azana became Prime Minister of Spain.
|One of the most produced American fighter aircraft, CurticeP -40 Warhoc took their first flight in Buffalo, New York.
|The second World War-German submarine U-47 sank in the Torpedo and the British Royal Navy warship HMS drowned in Royal Oak, while later immersed in scop flow in Scotland's orche.
|During the Second World War Bloitz, a semi-piercing fragmentation bomb of a 1,400 kg (3,100 pounds) fell on the road above the bomb, which was being used as an aerial-aircraft shelter, with at least 64 at least 64 People were killed.
|The Nationality Act was a United States law signed.
|Second World War- During the second raid on Shwenfurt, the US 8th Air Force suffered so much damage that it ended the dominance of air for several months.
|Italy declared a fight against Germany's former Allies.
|After being associated with the conspiracy to assassinate Adolf Hitler, German Field Marshal Irwin Romel was forced to commit suicide.
|The United Nations General Assembly met for the first time at its current headquarters in New York.
|Israeli military commander Ariel Sharon and his unit 101 special forces attacked the West Bank at Qibya village, destroying 45 buildings, killing 42 villagers and injuring 15 others.
|Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar accepted Buddhism in Nagpur with 3,85,000 followers.
|, Martin Luther King, Junior, is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his non -violent conflict against racial discrimination in the US.
|Leonid Breznev succeeded Nikita Khrushchev as General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
|Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was awarded at the age of just 35 to run a non-violent movement against apartheid in American society. Born in the US state of Georgia, King became the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.
|The first live telecast from the manned American spacecraft using a black and white camera has been sent back to Earth from Apollo 7.
|In the Summer Olympic Games held in Mexico City, American runner Jim Highness set the record for completing the 100 meters in 9.95 seconds.
|The British fifty pens coin was introduced to replace the ten -ten note, but its size initially mistaken the old half crown and the new ten pence pieces.
|After the student's protest against the violence against the Thai military rule, Raja Bhumibol Advayedz announced that the Primeminist Theinom Kitchakorn had resigned.
|Hosni Mubarak was elected President of Egypt, Anwar Sadat was killed a week later.
|The US conducted a nuclear test in Nevada.
|Bangla opposition politician Aung San Suu Kyi was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
|According to scientists of the International Affairs Authority in Australia, the Earth's protective ozone layer has shrunk from 4% in the last ten years, while in the last 10 years it was 2%.
|The United States closed its embassies in 22 countries, including Pakistan.
|1718 has been adopted by the United Nations Security Council, implementing sanctions in response to recent nuclear tests conducted on North Korea.
|The International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA) approved Nepal for the use of nuclear technology in the medical and agricultural sectors.
|United Nations scientists claim that they have wiped out the RinderPest virus, making it the second virus eradicated by humans.
|The British Ministry of Defense claims that five Royal Marines have been accused of murder on an incident related to the death of a rebel in Afghanistan.
|A stromatolite colony is located in the giant Coseway in Northern Ireland.
|Gunmen killed 20 people in a mosque in Nigeria.
|Apple and Facebook have proposed to pay the cost of freezing the eggs of their female employees, which will be covered by the insurance plans of the companies. This is to help women focus on their careers, if they want to delay maternity.