|Rekunkista-Troops of Grenada's Emirates defeated the Empire of Castill and Leon's Empire in the Battle of Mostlin.
|The first war of Scottish independence: Banockburn battle began. The first war of Scottish independence was the initial chapter of the series of series during the period of invasion of England between English and Scotland forces, with the Treaty of Edinburgh-Northampton in 1328 with the Treaty of Scottish freedom. , In fact, independence was established in the Battle of Banocburn in 1314.
|The French residents of Assadia were given one year to declare their allegiance to Britain or leave Nova Scotia, Canada.
|The Treaty of Istanbul was signed, the Ottoman Empire, Russia, and Persia were partitioned.
|In the Battle of Plassey, Siraj-Daula attacked the British army led by Clive, in which he suffered defeat.
|Robert Clive defeated the army under the leadership of Surja Doval Plassey, winning control of Bengal.
|Seven years war: Battle of Crafeld: The British Army defeated French soldiers at Krefeld in Germany. Komte de Saint German, who took charge of the French Left party, was not able to protect enough to stop a complete route, and the French army retired from the region in a relatively good order.
|The victory of the American Revolutionary War-The Continental Army effectively ended the British ambitions in New Jersey in the debris of Springfield.
|American Revolutionary War: The continental army's victory in the Springfield battle effectively eliminated the British ambitions in the New Jersey.
|Queen Catherine II of Russia allowed the Jews to settle in Kiev. Yakaterina Alexaina or Catherine II, also known as Catherine The Great, was Russia's most famous and longest rule -in -law leader. His reign was called the Golden Age of Russia.
|Edgardo Mortara, a six -year -old Jewish boy, was confiscated by Piplothorities and raised as Roman Catholic, giving rise to eternity disputes.
|Christopher L. Sholes received a patent for a typewriter.
|Christopher Latham Sholes found a patent for an invention he called "Type-Writer". Christopher Latham Shools was an American inventor who first invented practical typewriter and QWERTY keyboard that is still in use today. He was also a newspaper publisher and a politician of Wisconsin.
|The Parliament of Canada passed the Rocky Mountains Park Act, making the country's first national park Banf National Park.
|The establishment of the International Olympic Committee at the Sorbonne in Paris, at the initiative of Baron Pierre de Coubertin.
|The International Olympic Committee was established at the initiative of Baron Pierre de Coopbertin in Sorbone, Paris. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is an international non-profit, non-governmental organization. Today its membership consists of 100 active members, 32 honorary members and 1 honor member. The IOC is the highest authority of the modern Olympic movement worldwide.
|French historian Pierre de Coopertin established an international Olympic form for re -establishing the ancient Olympic Games, leading an international context in Sorbone, Paris.
|The Estonian War-Estonian soldiers of independence established the Pro-Jerman government near Sisus in Latvia four days later.
|The college board first conducted the SAT, which was a major test for the entry of the university and college in the Unitedstates.
|Canadian's largest coastal earthquake, 7.3 MW, was killed to measure, but Vancouver island, but only caused two casualties, because its subcatendra had several populated areas.
|Jamal Abdul Nasir was elected President of Egypt.
|Gamal Abdel Nasar became the President of Egypt, a post he maintained till his death in 1970.
|Security collision between Japan and the United States.
|The title IX of the 1964 United States Civil Rights Act was used to prevent gender discrimination in any academic programming Federal Funds, which allowed a huge increase in women's sports students athletes.
|Indira Gandhi's son Sanjay Gandhi dies in a plane crash.
|Chinese American Vincent Chin died after beating in ACOMA at Highland Park in Michigan, USA, two automotive workers who discouraged him to Japanese and who were angry about the success of JJO auto companies.
|Pope John Paul II had a private meeting with Lech Wałसाsa, founder and leader of Poland's independent trade union movement 'Solidarity'. In 1981, martial law was declared in Poland in view of social tensions and Solidarity was also banned.
|The African country of Moldova declared independence.
|Video game Sonic The Hedgehog was first released, in which Sega Genesis 16-bit Console was converted into large-scale popularity.
|The first installment of the SEZ the Hedgehog Video Game Series was first released, converting Sega into a leading game company.
|Sheikh Hasina Wajed sworn in as the Prime Minister of Bangladesh.
|Aston Eaton broke the world record at the US Olympic Trials in Dekthalon.
|Nick Wallanda became the first person to successfully run in Grand Canyon on a tight rope. Nicolas "Nick" Walland is an American acrobat, aerialist, daredevil, high wire artist and writer. He is known for his high-wired performance without a safety trap. He has created nine Guinness World Records for various acrobatics, but he is first known as the first person to straighten up directly on Niagra Falls.
|Princess Catherine of Portugal defeated King Charles II of England. Portugal gave England the island of Mumbai as the present. The British got Bombay in the form of dowry from Portugal. Seven islands in Bombay were the 16th -century Portuguese regions that were away from the west coast of India, which under this title, England were handed over to England II as part of the Breton of Catherine's dowry, who married Charles II did.
|The battle of Plassey began between Robert Clive, in -charge of the British Army and the Nawab of Bengal, Siraj -Uud -Daula. Robert Clive controlled Bengal in this battle. The Battle of Plassey was a decisive victory of the British East India Company over the Nawab of Bengal and its French colleagues. The fight established the company rule in Bengal which expanded to most parts of India for the next hundred years.
|Under Robert Clive, seven-year war-british forces defeated soldiers under Siraj Ud-Daula in the Battle of Plassey, allowing the British East India Company to capture Bengal.
|The Simon Commission recommended the separation of Burma in a federal India and London. The Indian Stat over the Indian Commission was a group of seven British members of the United Kingdom that was sent to India in 1928 to study the constitutional reform in Britain's most important colonial dependence. It was usually known as Simon Commission after its president.
|Great social reformer, politician, national leader and founder of Jana Sangh Party. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee died in Srinagar during his death. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee was an Indian politician, barrister and educationist who served as the Minister of Industry and Supplies in the Cabinet of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. After falling with Nehru, Mukherjee left the Indian National Congress and established the Nationalist Bharatiya Jana Sangh.
|Air India's jumbo passenger plane Kanishka crashed into the air close to the coast of Ireland. All 329 passengers aboard the plane were killed in this accident.
|The Air India Flight 182, above the Atlantic Ocean, blamed a bomb blamed to the Sikh separatist group Babbar Khalsadstroid, killing all 329 on boards.