|The Scottish Parliament adopted a Protestant confession to start Catholicism in the form of Scottish reforms and national religion.
|King Charles Navam of France was declared an adult at the age of 13.
|The Halmusted battle was fought in Felbrobi and the last time in Holland between Denmark and Sweden.
|The North River Steamboat, Robert Fulton's first American steamboat, was abandoned in New York City, Albany on the Hudson River, inaugurating the first commercial steamboat boat service in the world.
|The world's first commercially successful paddle steamer Robert Fulton's North River Steamboat went to the service of the Hudson River in New York.
|China ended production of iron shuriken.
|Registrations relating to birth, marriage and death were accepted in the UK Parliament.
|First bank opened in the American province of Hawaiian Islands.
|The letters were sent for the first time through a hot air balloon. '
|The first international ferry race took place at the River Thames in London, in which Oxford defeated Harvard.
|Mrs. Esther Morris became the first US Women's Magistrate (South Pass, Wyoming).
|Joseph Pulitzer donated one million dollars to Columbia University. Pulitzer Prize was instituted in his name.
|Chris Watson resigned as Prime Minister of Australia and George Reid succeeded him
|Fantamagori made Emily Kohl the first fully animated film.
|American Jewish Leo Frank was appreciated by a crowd of famous people in Georitea, Georgia, for the alleged murder of a 13 -year -old girl.
|In Jamaica, the Producers Association was rewarded by 1,250 pounds from a special fund of 1 million pounds nominated. Britain thought of increasing the construction of fruits from its empire, and traded between the mother country and the colonies.
|The Second World War-Royal Air Force launched a strategic bombing campaign by attacking the Peenmunde Army Research Center against the Nazi Germany's V-Hathiyar program.
|Animal Farm, the sarcastic metaphor of the British writer George Orwell, was published, published Soviet Totalism.
|Sukarno and Mohammad Hatta announced the independence of Indonesia, which ignored the Indonesian National Revolution against the Dutch Empire.
|The Korean War-A North Korean Army Unit massacred 42 American prisoners of the war so that they do not slow down North Korean.
|Germany banned the Communist Party.
|The Blue of Kind by Miles Davis was one of the best -selling jazz recording by the best -selling and most critics.
|The United States dumped 418 containers of neural gas in the Gulf Stream near the Bahamas.
|Soviet Icebreaker NS Arktika became the first surface ship to reach the North Pole.
|For the first time, three Americans successfully crossed the Atlantic Ocean via balloon.
|The two -month -old Australian Azaria Chamberlane was taken from his family's camp by a dingo from Ularu, for which his mother would be convicted of murder.
|First compact disc CD) production started in Germany.
|The first CD compact disc in Germany) was made available to the public.
|Peru became the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.
|Pakistan's President Zia-ul-Haq and US Ambassador Arnold Raphael died in an air crash.
|170 South African were killed due to tribal disputes that lasted 5 days. The police stopped Zulas who were showing axes and spears. Zulus was fighting with Xhosases, whose leader Nelson was Mandela.
|For the first time, people were allowed inside London's Buckingham Palace
|US President Bill Clinton admitted in testified testimony that there is an improper physical relationship with the Intern Monicavelvsky of the White House.
|The merger of Nations Bank and Bank of America led to the founding of America's largest bank.
|The 7.4 magnitude earthquake shakes the city of North-Western Turkey, one of the most populous areas in the country, killing more than 17,000 people and hundreds of thousands of people have been injured or homeless. It is the worst earthquake that has affected Turkey, and even the city of Istanbul which was more than 50 miles.
|A 7.5 MW earthquake occurred in the northwest Turkey (damaging), killing more than 17,000 people and about half of Amilians became homeless.
|An earthquake in Turkey killed about 45000 people.
|Zotob Computer Worm is the reason behind various computer crash around the world. The worm only affects the PC using the early versions of Windows 2000 and Windows XP, causing them to close and reboot repeatedly.
|An active volcano in the ecuador explodes of the flowing flow of Pyrocklastic, which removes the harmful ash about six kilometers in the air, and removes thousands of people.
|Iran sends a rocket into the classroom that is capable of successfully delivering a satellite. The launch harassed the international community as Iran was thought to work on the nuclear program for arms purposes, and the success of the launch could be a sign of Iran's ability to launch nuclear weapons.
|America's greatest swimmer became the first player to win eight gold medals during an Olympic sport.
|A turbine violently broke the power station at the Sayano-Shushesia dam in Khakaasia, Russia, flooding the power station, causing widespread power failure and 75 people killed.
|In Afghanistan, archaeologists get ancient objects of a Buddhist site to the south of the capital Kabul.
|The Roman Catholic archives have been accused of involvement in 3 sexual harassment cases, for which 3 cases have been filed.
|A rare spider was found in 2010, and it is considered completely different category, trogloreporide. Neel Returnington, a deputy sheriff, amateur biologist and local cave explorer would be the name of the single species Togloreporting, which found the species for the first time.
|Pickers Liberians rob a Ebola quarantine center in the capital Monroovia, which flee 17 patients, and the theft of hemorrhagic beds and medical equipment.
|The Byzantine-Bulgaryian wars-Bulgarians defeated the Byzantine forces at the gate of the trains near the present Ihtiman, as well as the Byzantine Emperor Basil second.