|Henry II was crowned the King of England in Westminster Abbey, London.
|King Henry II was enthroned as Emperor of England at the age of 21.
|South Orkney Islands were discovered by George Powell and Nathaniel Palmer.
|Georgia implemented the first US state birth registration law in the United States.
|Nulli Fication Crispation State Vice President of America Johnasi. Calhon wrote South Carolina Exposition and Protest to oppose the 1828 tariff.
|A Christmas Carol, novel Abenezer screws and Norbby three Christmas ghosts were published by Charles Dickens.
|Bishop Museum was established in Hawaii.
|A Pennsylvania coal mine explosion killed 239 people.
|The explosion in the coal mine at Jacobs Creek in the US state of Pennsylvania killed 239 workers.
|The great freedom fighters Ram Prasad Bismil, Ashfaq Ulla Khan and Roshan Singh were hanged by the British.
|Joseph A. Lyons became Prime Minister of Australia.
|The BBC started its world service, now the world's largest broadcaster is the BBC Empire Service.
|The BBC started its international services to Australia.
|Jane Isenhower became commander of the Northern Atlatink Alliance.
|Irish -born British physician John Bodkin Adams was arrested for indifference with suspicious deaths of his more than 160 patients, although he was only convicted on minor allegations.
|The ruling Republic of Vietnam Republic, led by Guyen Khan, took initiative to dissolve and arrest a coup of the Civil National Advisory Body, High National Council.
|Asian Development Bank was started.
|Former Australia captain Ricky Potting was born. In his career, he has scored 13378 runs in 168 Tests and 13704 runs in 375 ODIs.
|Sixteen people lost their lives when a penli lifeboat went away from the southwest region of England to help the helpless Coastar Union Star in a heavy sea.
|The Yakutsk United Air Group Flight 101/435 was abducted by a co-pilot and launched in China, where he was caught, while the Chinese passenger returned home with a gift.
|After six years of internal exile in Gorky, Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev released disgruntled Andreiskharov.
|Workers went on strike in Romanian cities to protest against Communist rule.
|Bob Hawke was sworn in as Prime Minister of Australia by Paul Keating.
|Christmas Carol opens in Eugene O "Neil Theater New York City for 14 demonstrations.
|After 5 demonstrations, Gorswin Theater closed "Red Shoes" in New York City.
|Once Upon A Mattress, 187 opens in Broadharst New York City for performance.
|The Silkier Flight 185, which crashed into the Mushi River in Indonesia, was set for murder-suicide by the captain.
|The House of Representatives approved two articles of impeachment, accused Clinton of charging the federal grand jury and obstructing justice.
|The US House of Representatives attacked President Bilklinton after the Lewinsky scam.
|Time magazine honored Russian President Vladimir Putin with the title of Person of the Year.
|Dubai holds the closing ceremony for its 7th International Film Festival.
|Kim Jong-Il, the supreme leader of North Korea, passed away; Kim Jong-un has been declared as the successor of his father.
|UBS becomes a second bank after Barclays, which is fined for an attempt to manipulate the Labor Interbank borrowing rate; The company has been fined $ 1.5 billion.
|Park Gyun Hee became the first female president of South Korea.
|A data violation at the target corporation used 40 million credit and security of debit cards used at targeted shops.
|Office supply company Staples announced that in October, data could be affected from breech to 1.16 million cards; The company is providing free identity protection for shopkeepers at affected shops and advises all customers to monitor their credit records.