|King James I of Britain gave Sir Alexander Sterling the right to subdivide the Nova Scotia.
|John and Nichols van der Heiden of the Netherlands obtained a patent for the fire extinguisher.
|Jacobite rescging-jacquite troops led by Charles Edward Stuartef killed Hanovaris in Prestonon, East Lothian, Scotland.
|Battle of Preston Pan: Bonnie Prince Charles defeated the British Government Army.
|The French Expeditionary Army besieged Labordananis and Duplex Madras.
|The great fire of American revolutionary war-New York broke during the British occupation of the city of New York, destroying 1,000 buildings.
|Benedict Arnold gave British Major John Andre a plan for West Point.
|America's first daily newspaper, the Pennsylvania Packet and General Advertiser) was published.
|The construction of the Rideau Canal began in Canada.
|Bahadur Shah II surrendered to the British.
|The second opium war-Engine-French army won a decisive victory against the soldiers of the King dynasty in the Battle of the municipality, allowing them to capture Beijing.
|Telegraph service started between the US and Brazil.
|The first automobile manufacturer "Durya Motor Wagon" was opened.
|The New Sun, a leading newspaper in New York City, published an editorial from Francis Fareselus Church, which said, 'Yes, Virginia, Ek Santa Claus', which is a part of popular Christmas in the United States. has been made.
|The steel strike began in the United States.
|About 800 people were killed by an explosion at a chemical product plant in Opau, Germany.
|A tower, a tower, stored a mixture of 4,500 tonnes of ammoniumsalfate and ammonium nitrate fertilizer, exploded at a BASF plant in the city of Osappu, Germany, killing at least 500 people.
|Great Britain decided to leave the gold standard, causing a slight panic in the US banking system.
|Salvador Loivaroth launched the first Empress Mexicana de La Luicuber event in the world's oldest continuous operating professional wrestling promotion in Mexico City.
|Egyptian Prime Minister Ismail Pasha Sidki resigns
|4000 people died due to a severe storm on Honsu Island in Japan.
|The German Army began its largest maneuvers since 1914.
|J. R. R. Tolicain's fantasy children's novel The Hobit, which was presented as the preceding of The Lord of the Rings, was first published.
|The Great New England Hurricane made a landfall on Long Island in New York, killing at least 500 people and injuring around 700 others.
|The Great Hurricane cyclone (183 mph) killed 700 people in New England, USA.
|Romanian Prime Minister Armand Calinsaku was murdered by pro -Nazi members of the Iron Guard.
|The prototype model of the Boeing B -29 Superforce, a four -engine heavy bombers that became one of the largest sewskoor aircraft during World War II, flew for the first time.
|The Nazis killed 2588 Jews in Ukraine, Dunevtsy.
|North Korean No Kum -Soq, with his MiG -15, unknowingly failed as an American attempt to bribe Communist pilots, inadvertently, Operation Mulla.
|Malta gained independence from Britain.
|Portugal angered the United Kingdom by announcing the representation of a mission independently Rhodesia (or southern Rhodesia), a British colonial in Lisbon.
|O. of the Soviet Union Kommisarva set a world record by jumping 46250 feet from a parachute.
|The first International Day of Peace was declared by the United Nations).
|North and South Korea opened their borders to meet families.
|The world's first conference based on artificial life was held at the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
|Armenia gained independence from the Soviet Union.
|The 7.6 MW earthquake killed Jiji, Nantau County, Taiwan, killing 2,416 people, injured more than 11,000 people and lost about $ 300 billion.
|The Chi-Chi earthquake in central Taiwan killed 2400 people.
|Junichiro Koizumi was re-elected Prime Minister of Japan.
|Drinking poisonous liquor has killed at least 27 people in Karachi area of Pakistan.
|The number of infants in China has increased to 12,892 due to adulterated milk products and baby formula.
|Google's new social network service, Google+ has been released to the general public.
|A researcher at the University of Cambridge has predicted that in about four years, the arctic polar ice cap will melt completely in the summer months due to a significant increase in global temperature.
|Typhoon Usagi competed with the northern Philippines resulting in severe floods and landslides. This is disrupting transport, communication and power supply.
|Unidentified gunmen launched a three -day attack on the upmarketweight shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya, resulting in at least 175 injured 67 people.
|NASA is examining Mars to enter the orbit of NASA's Mars. It took 10 months to complete this journey. The probe will collect data on the upper Martian environment for one year will help answer possible questions about climate change on the planet.