|The Korean Navy of Admiral Yi Surya-Pap defeated the battle of Natang of the Japanese fleet, which was the last naval war of the Emagne War.
|A volcanic eruption in Mount Vesuvius, Italy, destroyed six villages and killed more than four thousand people.
|Oliver Cromwell became the Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England.
|The England Parliament adopted the Bill of Rights, announceing that the British had some positive citizens and political rights.
|The last record of Mount Fuji in Japan exploded.
|The last volcano erupted in Mount Fuji, Japan.
|Frederick II of Persia invaded the succession of Austria to start the war and the Habsburg occupation of Silesia.
|Seven-year-old war-rich forces captured Kalberg, the last port of Priusia on the Baltic coast, after a four-month siege.
|Seven Years' War: After a four-month siege, Russian Kolbergs under the command of Puert Ryumantesh took over the Prussian fort.
|Under the Tea Act, a group of colonists threw it into the Boston Harbor, to prevent them from unloading without their consent under the Tea Act.
|Benjamin W. Edwards traveled to the Mexican-controlled Nacogdoches, Texas, and declared himself the ruler of the Republic of Fredonia.
|The Boers won a decisive victory over the Zulus in the Battle of the Blood River.
|19 years after his death, the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte was cremated.
|The machine was used to clean the road in Philadelphia, USA for the first time.
|Powell Napco, one of the scientists who invented TV, was born.
|Nepal accepted the constitution of its state.
|Heineken Brewery was founded in Amsterdam Netherlands.
|The Milan Football Club Association was established in Italy.
|The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai opened to guests.
|Visas Micivisius-Capsukas announced the formation of the Lithuanian Soviet-Socialist Republic, which is a puppet state, which was created by Cyon Trusia to justify the Lithuanian-Soviyat War.
|More than 1 lakh people died due to the earthquake in China's province of Kansas.
|Finland joins League of Nations.
|11 banks were closed in North Carolina.
|Diego Martinez Barrio resigned as Prime Minister of Spain.
|Adolf Hitler established the Cross of Honor of the German mother as an order of merit for Imperial German women.
|The first battle of Summa started.
|The Soviet Union started Tatsinkaya Red.
|The Second World War-Nazi Germany's Wharamach launched its last aggressive war in the Western Front.
|Thailand became a member of the United Nations.
|Sukarno was elected President of the Republic of Indonesia.
|England's busiest Heathrow Airport launched.
|134 people died after a collision between two aircraft collided between two aircraft in heavy clouds on the Stinnius land in New York City.
|136 people were killed in a plane crash in New York City, USA.
|The British Parliament voted in favor of abolishing the death penalty altogether.
|Deenmukmed Konayev was dismissed as the first secretary of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan, riots were provoked outside the country.
|An episode from the Japanese television series Pokémon, Danyo Senshi Porgon inspired epilepsy seizures in 685 children.
|Space constitution was finalized in Nepal. Under this, King Gyanendra was removed as the head of the country.
|The Gallongla tunnel of Tibet, which is built at an altitude of 3,750 meters, is completed, which connects the Medog County to the outside world.
|The Republic of Ireland is approved by the International Monetary Fund, a 22.5BN euro loan.
|A budget agreement is signed by the American Senate and the House of Representatives.
|A report claiming almost all research on Chimpanzee is scientifically inappropriate, which causes the US National Health Institute to stop new studies using Chimpanzee.
|Japan has a general election with former Prime Minister and opposition Liberal Democratic Party leader Shinzo Abe.
|The Vice President of South Africa, Kalgema Motullathe challenged the party leadership by President Jacob Zuma at the inauguration of the African National Congress (ANC).
|Robot manufacturer Boston Dynamics is purchased by Google for an unknown amount; The first was contracted by the US Army.
|After years of lack of years, scientists reported that Arctic sea ice has expanded and regenerated in volume.
|18 people died and 20 others were injured when a bus overturned in Manila, the capital of the Philippines.
|Apple Inc. won a no -confidence case, alleging blocking competitive music providers in its iTunes 7.0 update; The company proved that its upgradation had product improvements and consumers were still able to use the music purchased elsewhere.
|Astronauts of the International Space Station have created a special wrench in their 3D printers using the custom-designed blueprint emailed at the station from engineers on Earth; Previously, object pre-loaded design files are printed.
|A Tehreek-e-Taliban attack in a school in Peshawar in Pakistan killed 145 people, mostly school children.