|TOLED, Castill citizens, who were opposed to Charles V's rule of foreign origin, increased in rebellion when the royal government attempted to unite radical city councilors.
|Jacobet Rising 1745: Battle of Culloden, the last battle on British soil: Royalist troops under the King of Cumberland defeated Jacob's army.
|The University of Münster was founded in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
|The Spithead and North Rebellion began in the British Royal Navy.
|Napoleon Wars: Battle of Mount Tabor - Napoleon used to drive Ottoman Turks across the Jordan River near Ecker Sek.
|The United States Senate confirmed the Rush-Bagod Treaty, which laid the base of a demarcated border between the US and the British North America.
|Wars of New Zealand-A minor Maori chief accidentally shot by Bayer Junior British Army Officer to launch the Wanganui campaign in Petre Basti of New Zealand.
|Slavery was abolished in the districts of Colombia.
|Slavery in Washington, DC ended, when District Kalumbia became compensation to become a law law.
|Famous Lawman Bat Mastarson of American Old West later fought for the last gun before becoming a journalist.
|The birth of Charlie Chaplin, who made the world laugh amid the tragedy of the second world war.
|Manchester City Football Club was formed in England.
|The American Harriet Quambie became a woman who was about to fly to the English Channel across.
|Vladimir Lenin returned to Petrograd from Switzerland, and joined the Bolshevik movement in Russia.
|Gandhiji declared a fast to pay tribute to those who died in the Jallianwala Bagh massacre.
|The Polish-Soviyat War-Polar Army began Wilna to capture Vinius in modern Lithuania.
|A treaty was signed between Russia and Germany in Italy.
|American media company Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer MGM) was founded in Los Angeles.
|Ten days after the Axis invasion of the Second World War-Ugoslavia, Annett Pavelic announced a new government in Croatia under the leadership of Fascist Ustai.
|World War II-One million Soviet soldiers started a Battle of Seo Heights against 'Gates of Berlin'.
|The US Financer and President's advisor Bernard Barchfiest described the post -World War II tensions between the Soviet Union and the United States as 'Cold War'.
|Sir Lawrence Olivier's film version of Shakespeare's Richard III was released in Britain.
|Martin Luther King, Junior wrote his letter from Birmingham Jailin in response to an open letter written by a white pastor four days ago.
|Icy storms in the European country France killed 70 people.
|The US conducted a nuclear test in Nevada.
|1st Senior Golf Tradition was held in the year 1989. It was won by Don Bais.
|Costo Rica defeated US in the RD round of the Football World Cup to win the tournament.
|Piano Leson was opened in Walter Ker Tagentre in New York City. It lasted houseful for 20 days.
|The 19th Boston Women's Marathon was won by Roja Mota. He is from Portugal. He completed the marathon in 2 hours 25 minutes and 30 seconds.
|The 94th Boston Marathon was won by Gelindo Boardin, Italy. He completed the race in 2 hours 8 minutes 19 seconds.
|Afghan President Najibullah resigned.
|The metro was released at the Minscoff Theater in New York City. It lasted houseful for 13 days.
|New York Rangers registered a record -breaking victory in 50 games.
|Finland's voters decided to join the European Union in a referendum.
|Harry Cornic Junior Married Jill Kudare. Harry is a singer and Jill is a model.
|The largest size bacterium, known as the New Microve, was discovered in the US.
|120 died in a plane crash in South Korea.
|One of the most deadly shooting incidents in the United Stateshistone, a gunman committed suicide by more than 20 people at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blackberg, Virginia and killed more than 32 people.
|The statue of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi was unveiled in London.
|55 people killed in Syrian conflict.
|Argentina President Christina Fernandez introduced the Nationalization Bill of 5% of the YPF. YPF is an oil company located in Argentina.
|37 killed by earthquake in Iran.
|Around 174 students were rescued from a South Korean boat which was located away from the coast. The boat was carrying 476 people. Rescue operations were implemented as soon as the accident was reported.
|The South Korean boat MV Civol Dongemochao is located at a distance of 1.5 km (0.93 mi) of Jindo County, with 476 ships, with 172 people left.