|The English forces drove a Scottish army at the battlefield battle near Northhellarton, Yorkshire.
|Sultan Nasiruddin Khusro of Delhi was defeated by Ghazi Malik.
|Under Richmond's Earl Henry Tuder, Lansstrian forces defeated Yorchist forces under Richard III, England in the Battle of Bosworth Field, decisively ended the wars of Roses.
|King Charles I of England set a royal standard in Nottingham, in which the First English Citizen War began.
|Sweden and Prussia signed military treaties.
|Queen Anne's Battle-e-British attempted to attack Quebec, in which eight ships were ruined on the St. Lawrence River.
|Spanish troops landed on Sardinia.
|N. Franklin became the first female editor of the American newspaper Newport RI, Mercury.
|King George III declared colonies to join the open rebellion.
|Inaugurating the HiTian revolution, a slave rebellion occurred in the French colonial of St.-Dominue.
|The year III constitution was ratified by the national constitution.
|French troops were stationed at Kilcummin in County Mayo to aid the Irish rebellion.
|Brazil's city of Araracara was discovered.
|The United States compromised New Mexico.
|First air raid in history: Austria launches pilotless balloon against the Italian city of Venice.
|The area of gold mines was discovered in Australia.
|The boat US won the first US Cup Race (Trophipricated) near the Isle of White in England.
|Yacht America won the first American race cup off the coast of England.
|The Red Cross Movement, led by Henry Dunant, officially signed the first Geneva Convention by twelve European countries, establishing the International Committee of Red Cross.
|William Sheppard was issued the first US patent for liquid soap.
|The Australian Overland Telegraph Line was completed, providing for the first time a telegraphic link between Australia and the rest of the world.
|Japan captured Korea with signing of the Korea-Japan Treaty Treaty, the period of Korea's Japanese rule began by the end of World War II.
|Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi lit Holi of foreign cloth.
|The Commander-in-Chief of the Irish Civil War-Irish National Army, Michael Collins, was killed, while the way to the village of Beel Na Mbláth via County Corkat.
|The Second World War Vaharamat infantry carried out an attack against the citizens of nine villages located in the Amari Valley on the Greek Island Crete.
|Chiranjeevi, a noted actor and politician of Telugu films, was born.
|The world's first nuclear-powered ship completed the voyage from Virginia to Georgia.
|An unsuccessful assassination attempt was made against French President Charles de Gaulle.
|Soviet invasion in Czech Prague and rally against United Nations Headquarters in New York City.
|The storms in the US killed 255 people.
|First President of Kenya Jomo Kenyatta died at the age of 83.
|Nolan Ryan of Texas Rangers attacked the Rice Henderson of Oklandethletics, which became the only pitcher in the Major Leagbase to record 5,000 strikes.
|The state government changed the name of Madras to Chennai.
|Airlines Flight 642 crashed in the Mandarin city of Hong Kong.
|Maria Sharapova has become the first Russian woman to achieve the world number one as she replaces the injured American Lindsay Devanport.
|NASA announced that its new manned space exploration vessel is going to succeed STS (or Space Shuttle) by 2014, and would be called Orion.
|Pulkovo Airlines flight 612 crashed near the Russian border East Ukraine, killing all 170 people.
|Two turkey farms are separated from fear in Walparaso of Chile to fall prey to swine influenza caught from humans.
|After talking about working on monkeys, United States officials allowed Ebola drug to test humans.
|The price of crude oil falls on the world markets due to the collapse and global economic approach of Muammar Gaddafi.
|Emergency has been announced in California, as due to wildlife that ends hundreds of buildings.
|At least 52 people died as a result of a series of ethnic conflicts between the Tana River district of Kenya of Oram and Pokomo tribe.
|The Nasdaq electronic stock exchange closes for three hours due to computer problem.
|The East India Company bought a small strip for the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu, India, the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire, Peda Venkat Raya, the King of the Vijayanagara Empire.
|Warren Hasting, the first Governor General of India, died.
|Indralal Rai, India's first proficient pilot, was killed in an air battle with Germany in London during the First World War.
|The United Kingdom promised to help reduce the mortality rate of children and mothers in India. The suggested plan was the estimated cost of 252 million pounds and was directed to improve the healthcare of the poor.
|Hundreds of Muslim Kashmiris in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir demanded independence from India.
|The longest total solar eclipse of the 21st century appeared in India.
|Pranab Mukherjee was elected the 13th President of India.