|Italian composer Carlo Gesuldo caught his wife to have an extramarital affair with Andrea's Duke Fabricio Karfa and killed him on the spot.
|British troops captured Port Royal.
|The Austrian army captured Berlin, the capital of Germany.
|Austrian troops occupied Berlin.
|Mary Antonate, Rani Consort of Louis the sixteenth, disintegrated at the height of the revolution in Place de la revolution in Paris.
|Despite the first coalition's war-French armies being a leader for victory in the watming battle, the gene-baptist Jersedon was later forcibly discharged from the army due to the intervention of Lezare Karnot.
|After the French Revolution, Queen Marie Antoniette was sentenced to death after a speedy trial.
|The Palace of Westminster was destroyed by fire.
|Most of the palace of Westminster in London was destroyed in the east.
|The Church of Scotland established the Queen's College in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
|1 American Homoeopathic Medical College opened in Pennsylvania.
|Avery College was founded in Allegheny, Pennsylvania.
|Expecting to initiate an armed slave rebellion, American eliminator John Brown led a raid on the Harpers Ferry Armary at Harpers Ferry Armary, Westwearginia.
|The sale of federal postage stamps began.
|One of the 31 component colleges of the diversity of the first residential college of Girton College, Cambridge and England was established.
|University College Wales (later to become the University of Aberystwyth) began its first academic session.
|Bengal was first partitioned by Lord Curzon.
|The poet Lucknowi was born. His full name was Muhammad Hasan Pasha.
|Roy and Walt Disney founded the Disney Brothers Cartoon Stadioin Hollywood which eventually became one of the world's largest media Enderator Corporation.
|Disney Brothers established Cartoon Studios.
|Surrounded by Kuomitang soldiers, Zhou Anlai, Bo Gu and Ottobron led 130,000 Red Army troops and citizens, who were at 'Long March ' from Jiangshi.
|Massachusetts disability horse racing was inaugurated.
|Germany launched the first attack on British territory during World War II.
|The Second World War-Nazi Governor-General Hans Frank founded the Jewish Jewish Jewish Vevre Getho, the largest Jewish Jewish occupied at Poland.
|The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization was forbidden to lead international efforts to fragrate in Cubek City, Canada.
|The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Liqayat Ali Khan, was assassinated.
|Pakistan's first Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan was murdered in Rawalpindi.
|Pakistan's first Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan was shot dead in Rawalpidi.
|The Boston Patriots AFL American Football Club was established.
|China explodes its first nuclear explosion.
|To oppose racism in the United States, African Americanthlets Tommy Smith and John Carlos saluted Black Power at a medal ceremony at the Mexico City Summer Olympics.
|Bharatvanshi Hargovind Khurana was awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine for medicine and physiology.
|Five journalists of the Australian television network located in Inthe, Balibo were killed by a soldier of Indonesian Special Forces for the attack of Eastern Telor.
|Karol, Poland's Cardinal Karol Joseph Wijtila became a non-Italian Pope for the first time from the Slavic country before the 16th century.
|The Soviet Union conducted underground nuclear tests.
|Bill began on ITV, eventually the longest running police procedural in British television history.
|Louis Farakhan of The Nation of Islam called Million American ruler in Washington, DC, who was trying to unite in self-help and self-protection against the economic and social diseases of the African American Duniya.
|The 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification matchbetten Guatemala and Costa Rica were killed and more than 140 were injured in Gwatemala City's Estino Mateo Flores to see and injured more than 140.
|The stampede caused 84 people to die and more than 180 injured as more people reached the stadium during a football match in Guatemala's capital, Guatemala City.
|In the rebellion of South Thailand, a Buddhist temple caught fire, killing Buddhist monks and five other people.
|Russian and American scientists revealed the discovery of a new chemical element with atomic number 118, temporarily called unique.
|The United States Consumer Price Index is similar to falling costs for gasoline during September, and new cars helped balance growing food and medical expenses.
|The Newz Museum in Berlin has officially opened up after a good 70 years and rebuilt after rebuilding.
|On World Food Day, the United Nations called for united against the lack of food, as one billion people are still hungry.
|Citragroup CEO Vikram Pandit resigns from his post, and Michael Corbett immediately quit him.
|A new planet 'Alpha Century Bibi' was detected outside the solar system.
|A portion of the Chelyabinsk meteor has been recovered around 1,255LB by divers in Russia, one of the largest meteorite pieces found so far.
|The crash of a Lao Airlines plane killed 49 people shortly before landing at Pakse International Airport in the South East Asian country of Laos.
|US President Barack Obama provides approval for military reserves to be sent to West Africa if necessary, if necessary.
|Magister Militum Ricimer defeated Emperor Avitus in Piyasenza and became the master of the Western Roman Empire.