|Lahore was captured by Bahadur Taym Hulagu Khan, the chief of the Mongols.
|Guru Govind Singh was born.
|James Edward Stuart reunited the Jacobite rebels in Scotland, but failed to provoke his army.
|Sino-Burmese War 1765–69) ended by conflict.
|After the sound was defeated in the war, the King dynasty agreed to Trin's terms, ending the China-Burmese war.
|The first schoolhouse west of the Moravian missionary Allegheny was built.
|In an attempt to avoid getting entangled with Napoleon's wars, The United States Congress passed the Ambergo Act, refusing to catch American ships to trade with foreign countries.
|The United States Congress passed the sanctions law.
|The first freight train in the country was run from Roorkee.
|The Metropolitan Board of Works was established in London.
|Christmas Christmas lights tree made by Thomas Edison.
|The first Christmas tree was decorated with bulbs made by Thomas Edison.
|The first national accountant "society was formed in America.
|323 Brucian' became the first meteorite to be discovered by photography.
|Postal savings letter issued for the first time in America.
|The 8th Congress of the Soviet Union approved the GOELRO scheme, the first plan for national economic reform and development.
|Lincoln Tunnel, connecting New York City to Wehaven, New Jersey, opened.
|Manvendra Nath Rai announced the establishment of the Radical Democratic Party.
|During the Second World War, General Anthony McAoliff of the US Army responded to the German ultimatum of surrender during the war with the word angle, 'Nuts! '
|Italy voted to accept the new constitution.
|The Constitution of the Italian Republic was enacted by the Constituent Assembly.
|Britain and France left the port and withdrew their forces from Egypt after continuing to occupy Egypt's port of port Said for 50 days.
|The US conducted a nuclear test in Nevada.
|Lockheed SR -71 Blackbird, long distance from the United States Air Force, Mach 3+ strategic reconnaissance aircraft and The World's fastest manual aircraft took their first flight.
|Australia established diplomatic relations with China and East Germany.
|More than 12 thousand people died in the 6.25 magnitude earthquake in Managua, the capital of Nicaragua.
|Grande Komor, Anjun and Mohali voted to become a trusted country of Komoros.
|While riding the New York City Subway train, Bernhard Goitz shot four African American youths who attempted to loot him, a nationwide debate over the legal boundaries of vigilance, racism and self -defense.
|Brazilian unionist and environmental activist Chiko Mendes was kept in his Xapuri house.
|A Pan Am's jumbo jet crashed in the town of Lockerbie near the Scottish border with 258 passengers.
|Minus 18 ° F in Denver, Consula in Kanses City, Missouri, -42 degree F in Denver, Scotsbrasska -47 ° F, F in Hardine Mont F and Black Hills South Dakota -60 ° F.
|Hussain Farah Aidid abandoned the disputed title of Somalia's previous birth.
|Burhanuddin Rabbani of the northern coalition handed over Powerin Afghanistan to the interim government led by Hamid Karzai.
|US President Barack Obama signed a law related to homosexuality, paving the way for homosexuals in the military.
|An important colleague-conservative study of the spatial memory of Bambalbes has written to the Royal Society's Biology Letters Journal by two eight years old.
|The United States reiterated its controversial 'Dont Ask, Dontel' policy on homosexuals in the army.
|Noted nuclear physicist P.K. Iyengar died.
|The protesters protesting against the construction of a power plant in Hayman, southern China were fired and arrested.
|The proposed penance measures of Italian Prime Minister Mario Monty are debated by the Italian Senate.
|Christmas food parcels are distributed in the Republic of Ireland; Hundreds of people are in line to get them.
|After the resignation of Prime Minister Mario Monty, Italian President Giorgio Napolitano dissolved Parliament.
|A safety news site reports that 40 million target corporations stolen from customers and debit card account are for sale in the black market; The cards are being sold for more than $ 20 to $ 100.
|President Barack Obama and the first family started their 17 -day air holiday; This is the sixth consecutive year when Obama has visited family and friends on the island of Ohu for Christmas and New Year.
|The tension for the New York City Police increases after the police killed two officers to avenge the murder of two unarmed black people in recent weeks; Police have been ordered to work in the first couple while in patrol and consider their safety.
|Pakistani officials arrested the suspects in the Taliban military school attack in which 148 people were killed; The government has removed the death sentence and bombed the terrorist strongholds along the Afghan border to address the terrorist violence.