|Grand Master Antonio Manol de Vilne inaugurated Fort Manol in Malta.
|In the adoption of the Gregorian calendar under the terms of the Calendar (New Style) Act 1750, the British Empire left eleven days (directly after 14 September).
|Britain left the Julian calendar and adopted the Gregory calendar.
|During the rebellion of Pontiaq, about 300 Seneca warriors attacked the arbitration army contingent, killing 81 soldiers.
|Freedom of the press was recognized in Denmark.
|British general Lord Lake captured Delhi during the Second Anglo-Maratha War.
|French invasion of Russia: Napoleon's troops entered Moscow, which was deliberately set on fire by Muskovite, at the behest of Fodor Rostopchine.
|The Russian-Turkish War ended after the Adrienopel Peace Agreement.
|The Empire State Express train completed 702 kilometers from New York City to Buffalo in 7 hours 6 minutes. It was a high speed train at that time.
|William McKinley, the 25th President of the United States, is assassinated by Leon Kozolgoz, when he is shot at the vacant border.
|Theodore Roosevelt became the President of the United States at the age of 42, the youngest person to do so, William McCinlevus, the buffalo, was roughly injured in Buffalo, New York.
|US President William McKenzie was shot and killed in the United States.
|Russian Prime Minister Pyotra Stolipin was killed at Kiev Opera House.
|HMAS AE1 was the first submarine of the Royal Australian Navy, which was washed into the sea; Its debris never found.
|The provisional government declared Russia a republic.
|Russia was officially declared a republic.
|The Locarno Treaty, which was established by the First World War, was formally confirmed by the nations signed.
|In a eccentric automobile accident, dancer Isadora Duncan was killed in Nice, France, after her dupatta she was trapped in the onthe wheel of a car in which she was a passenger.
|A seedless watermelon has been developed at the University of Purdue. It is a round and will weigh about 8 to 10 pounds; It can be seen on sale in some parts of the country by next year.
|In a top secret nuclear test, only 40 kiloton soldiers and 10,000 citizens were fielded for nuclear collapse by a Soviet TU -4 bombers.
|The first man -made object is Luna 2 Moon crashed land, which is calling the space race between the United States and the two superpowers of the Soviet Union, with the first man -made object to reach the moon.
|The then Soviet Union spacecraft Luna-2 became the first aircraft to land on the moon.
|The London Daily Herald publication was abolished and replaced by The Sun.
|The minimum wage is at a new rate of $ 1.40 per hour which will include public schools and nursing homes, as well as state and local government workers in the construction industry.
|West Germany and Poland reached agreement on diplomatic relations.
|Elizabeth N. Seton became the first congenital citizen of congenital states to be prescribed.
|Afghan President Noor Muhammad Taraki was assassinated after the murder of Hafizullah Amin, who became the new President.
|When the Presidential Bashir Gamayal of Lebanon was murdered, when the bombings occurred at the Berut headquarters of Falange.
|Hollywood's famous actress and Princess of Monaco Grace Kelly was killed in a car accident in Motte Carlo.
|The Soviet Union ordered 25 British diplomats to leave the country on charges of espionage.
|Microsoft has become the largest company in the world after just 23 years, which finally defeated General Electric in the evaluation after the price of New York Stock Exchange was $ 261bn.
|Microsoft became the largest company in the world, overtaking General Electric. It was valued at $ 261 billion on the New York Stock Exchange.
|Kiribati, Nauru and Tonga joined the United States.
|Estonia approved joining the European Union in a referendum.
|Guinea-Bissau President Kumbha Illa was included in the floodless coup.
|The African Union has supported an Igad peace installation campaign in Somalia, known as Igasom.
|Japan successfully started its first lunar examination. The investigation called Seel was first prescribed for the Earth's circumambulation and then traveled to the moon and collected information with two small satellites for a year.
|In the late 2000s, the Financial Crisis-Over-Rock Bank featured specific assistance from Bank of England, which sorted the first banking of the United Kingdom in 150 years.
|All 88 people aboard the aeroflot flight 821 died when the aircraft reached Perm Airport in Perm Cry, Russia.
|All 88 people on board the plane were killed when the Aeroflot aircraft 821 crashed at Perm Airport in Perm Krai, Russia.
|129th Men's US Open: Juan Martin del Potro defeated Roger Federer (3-6, 7-6, 4-6, 7-6, 6-2).
|The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge initiated legal action by the magazine Close after publishing topless photographs of the Duchess taken during the holiday in France last week.
|Japan launched the 'Affayable' Epsilon Space Rocket. Epsilon rocket is about half of the size of the previous rockets in Japan and also half of the cost of production.
|Aaron al-Rashid became Abbasid Khalifa on the death of his brother al-hedi.
|Dominitian became the last Flavian emperor of Rome, who was the successor of his brother Titus.