|The Byzantine-Selzuk War-Selejuk Turk stopped Bejantine from taking the interior of Anatolia in the Mirocafelone war in Fragia.
|Pope Clemens VIII recognized Henry IV as king.
|Sailors from the Netherlands discovered Mauritius.
|The city of Massachusetts Bay Colony founded the city of Boston.
|French soldier Jean Theural started a 90 -year military service career at the age of 17, admitted to the Regiment Detoin at the age of 17.
|George-August University opened in Göttingen.
|The battle of Cosabroma was fought.
|The Constitution of the United States was adopted by the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia.
|Hamina's peace treaty was signed between Russia and Sweden in the Finnish War.
|About 10,000 people were killed by the terrible storm in Kyushu, Japan.
|American slave Harriot Tubman survived; She will become famous for revolving the remains of more than 70 other slaves through the ND Underground Railroad.
|Dissatisfied with the legal and political structures of the helpless states, Joshua Norton distributed letters to various newspapers San Francisco, declaring himself as Emperor Norton.
|American Civil War: Grant approved Sheridan's plan for the Sherinda Valley campaign.
|The Mont Canis Railway Tunnel opened in Switzerland.
|Andrew Fisher became the Prime Minister of Australia for the third time, the period of unmatched reform in the Commonwealth began by 1940.
|Andrew Fisher, who was the previous term as the Prime Minister's Australia, was unmatched in the Commonwealth by 1940, became Prime Minister for the third time.
|The then Soviet Union joined the League of Nations.
|The Soviet Union attacked East Poland in the vengeance of Germany's Western Poland invasion of the first month.
|The Second World War-Soviet Union invaded Poland from the east sixteen days after the Nazi Germany's attack on that country.
|The Second World War-Royal Navy lost its first warship in the war when the German submarine U-29 tarpedo and drowned HMS courageous.
|The Labor Party of New Zealand abolished the death penalty.
|Department of Defense was established in the US.
|The Swedish diplomatic Folke Berndotte was murdered by Lahi Group Lahi.
|First aired on television in Australia.
|Norman Bakle has broken the world water speed record in its motorboat, called Miss Windermear III. He organized an average speed of more than 79mph on Lake Windermier.
|Malaysia joins the United Nations.
|FBI agents today arrested 13 white men in Grenada, Mississippi. This was earlier this week on allegations of barbaric attacks on young Negro school children using sticks, fists and a club on children.
|Bangladesh, Grenada and Guinea-Bissau joined the United Nations.
|NASA publicly revealed its first space shuttle, called enterprise.
|The first space shuttle made for NASA was rolled out of manufacturing facilities at Pamdale, California.
|Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menecim (painted with both Jimmy Carter) signed Camp David Accords after the Camp David's twelve days of secret talks.
|Polish Trade Union Solidarity was established as the first dependent labor union in the Soviet-Block country.
|Brian Mulroney was sworn in as Prime Minister of Canada.
|The 1988 Summer Olympics were held in Seoul, South Korea.
|This year US wheat prices have increased by 25%. The reasons include increased volume and bad weather conditions by China which has unpleasant effects on crops.
|The European Parliament passed a resolution banning the Maldives.
|A large -scale protests began across Hungary, when Prime Minister Giecherni's personal speech was publicly leaked, which was admitted that the Socialist Party of Hungary lied to win the 2006 election. .
|French Foreign Minister Bernard Covers spoke about the possibility of war on Iran's nuclear program.
|The International Astronomical Union classifies Humia as the fifth dwarf planet in the solar system. It is named after the Hawaii Devi of the child's birth and reproduction.
|The introduction of the Wall Street enclosure movement in Zuccotti Park, New York.
|Adbusters, an anti-Canadian-consumerist publication, organized a Prakara against a corporate influence on democracy in New York City's Zukoti Park, known as OCP Wall Street.
|After four months at the international space station, a three-humor party, land on Earth, land.
|Videogame company Rockstar Games released its fifth installment of Grand Theft Auto series, Grand Theft Auto V. The game earned US $ 800 million on the launch day.
|The terror bomb in Chelsea, New York left 29 injured.