|Two thousand foreign nationals were killed in Russia.
|Prince William V was sworn in as Admiral-General of the Netherlands.
|Marie Antoinette married Louis-Auguste, who later became King Louis XVI of France).
|Battle of Almons of War- The final battle of war of war, colonial and local control issues were a rebellion in the colonial northern Carolina.
|A rebellion was fought at the colonial northern Carolina on issues of regulation of the Battle of Almons, the final battle, taxation and local control issues.
|Hedges Treaty: The Republic of Batafs became a French state.
|Peninsular war-british, spanish, and a associated force of popular military troops, collided with the French in the Battle of Albura Southof Baidzoz, Spain.
|A affiliated army of peninsular war-british, Spanish and Portuguese soldiers, Albura Southoff clashed with the French in the Battle of Southof Baidzoz.
|Russian Field Marshal Mikhail Kutuzov, signed the Treaty of Bucharest which resulted in the Russo-Turkish War (1806–12) and Bessarabia was annexed to Imperial Russia.
|Steamboat service began on the Mississippi River.
|Elm Grove, the first major Wagon Train Heading for Pacific NorthwestSet on the Oregon trail (according to Figure) with a thousands of Missouri.
|Jean Joseph Attini Lenoir designed the first automobile.
|The Cincinnati Reds won their first baseball game 41-7.
|Metropolitan Gas Company lamps were lit for the first time.
|16,000 people died in Venezuela and Colombia by earthquakes.
|1877 Political crisis began in France.
|The United Kingdom and France signed the Cyx-Picot Agreement, considering a secret agreement that shapes the Middle East, defines the borders of Iraq and Syria.
|The sedation act was passed in the United States, using the United States, flag, or armed force to use the United States, flag, or armed force to use 'disorganized, unholy, insulting or derogatory' Refused
|The US Navy aircraft became the first aircraft to complete the Transallantic flight campaign on Currtis NC-4, 16 May 1919.
|A referendum joined the League of Nations of Switzerland.
|The prestigious Academy Awards, known as the Oscar Awards worldwide, began in the presence of just 270 people at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood.
|The first Academy Award was honored on May 16, 1929 by the Academy of Motion Pictures and Arts and Sciences, the best film of 1927 and 1928. The ceremony was held at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles, California and was not even broadcast on radio or television.
|The first Academy Award (Statue painted) ceremony was held at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles.
|Royal Air Force Dampers raided the German dams at Operation Chaseis during the Second Freaal War.
|Chem Vizamen was elected as the first President of Israel.
|Ruby laser, the first working solid-state laser, was invented on May 16, 1960 by Theodore Maiman at Hughes Research Laboratories in Malibu, California. This device was built on the concept of optical marser.
|American physicist Theodore Maiman conducted the first workshop at Hughes Research Laboratories in Malibu, California.
|The Military Revolution Committee led by Park Chung-Hi launched a bloodless coup against the government of Bo-Sion to end the second Republic of South Korea.
|On May 16, 1966, the cultural revolution was started by Maotse Tung, President of the Communist Party of China. The revolution severely affected the country economically, socially and politically.
|Chinese leader Maotse Tung officially launched the cultural revolution as a campaign to relieve China from its generous bourgeois elements and to continue revolutionary class struggle.
|Venera 5, an investigation at the Soviet Space Program Venera, landed on Venus on 16 May 1969 to accumulate atmospheric data on Venus.
|Josip Brose Tito was re -elected on 16 May 1974 as the President's 'life' of Yugoslavia. Gaingreen died on 4 May 1980 at the age of 87.
|Sikkim became the 22nd state of the country.
|Junco Tabei, a Japanese mountaineer, became the first woman to climb the top of Mount Everest on 16 May 1975.
|Queen Elizabeth became the first British empress to address the Second US Congress.
|Elizabeth of the United Kingdom became the first monarchy to address the joint session of the US Congress on 17 May 1991.
|US President Bill Clinton issued a formal apology to the surviving victims of the Tuskegee study of untreated syphilis in Negro men and their families.
|Kuwait introduced the franchise of women with 35-23 National Assembly votes on 16 May 2005, which means that women of Kuwait had the right to vote, but the right was removed in later years. In 2005, he was again given the right to vote by the Kuwait Parliament.
|47-year-old Mark Inglis of New Zealand became the first climber to hoist the flag on the top of Everest using artificial legs.
|Nicolas Sarkozy became the 23rd President of France.
|Nicolas Sarkozy became the 23rd President of France.
|The Space Shuttle Endeavor launched a final commission ICT from space.
|Shauhrat Mitalipov and his team published a study on 16 May 2013 on the human stem cell clone created by a new process somatic cell nuclear transfer method. This experiment was considered one of the most important discovery in 2013.
|The Bharatiya Janata Party got an absolute majority in the 16th Lok Sabha election. The Bharatiya Janata Party emerged as the single largest party with 282 seats in the 16th Lok Sabha election.