|The hundred -year war zone of arc was occupied by the siege of Compagein.
|Jirolmo Savonarola of Florence was committed for heretics, predictions and other crimes.
|Thomas Cramm, Archbishop of Cantorbury, canceled the marriage of his first wife, Catherine of Vairagya, a series of events in English reform.
|Giovanni Pietro Carafa Pope Paul became IV and had a small, but very large population, during which the Pope states suffered a serious defeat.
|The Netherlands declared their freedom from Spain. The Dutch rebellion was a successful rebellion of the North, against the rule of Roman Catholic King Philip II of Spain, a large -scale Protestant Seven Provinces of Low countries, inherited from Dichie Junction in Bargandi to the region (seventeen provinces). The southern Catholic province initially joined the rebellion, but was later sent to Spain.
|Giordano Bruno was arrested in Vienna. Because they believed that the earth revolves around the sun, not that the sun revolves around the earth. His belief was considered anti-religion.
|In the second defenstion of Prague, the Protestant members of the Bohemian aristocratic class threw the third floor window of Prague Castle to the Catholic Residents of Emperor Ferdinand II, which begins the war of Thirteres.
|Scottish private man William Kid was killed for theft.
|Prince of John Churchill Marlborough) defeated France, killing 17,000 people.
|A volcanic eruption began in Santorini Caldera.
|South Carolina confirmed the Constitution of the United States as the eighth American state. The colony adopted the Constitution of South Carolina to become the first Republic in the US. John Rutlage was elected as the first President of the state.
|The Acardian Patent given to Cyril Demian in Vienna of the Austrian Empire. Demian equipment matches slightly with modern devices. It had only the left -handed button board, the right hand operates the bumble. A major feature for which Damian sought a patent was the sound of the entire cord by affecting a key. Their equipment could also give a sound to two different ragas with a single key.
|Sayyid -Al -Muhammad Shirazi announced that he was B Bab 'after the concept of Shia religion, with the onset of the Babi movement, the forearm of Bahai faith.
|Birth of Lilianthal. He taught humans to fly for the first time. His flight made a revolution.
|The North West Mounted Police, Royal Canadian Mounted Police's forearm, was established to bring law and order and claim Canadian sovereignty on Northwest Territory.
|Russian author Ivan Turgenef was awarded a doctorate in civil law by Oxford University. He was the first writer in the world to be given this honor.
|Representatives of the Ester Library and Lenox Library merged and formed the New York Public Library, which is now the second largest library library in the United States.
|The first Wrestling World Championship was held in Vienna.
|The Quintshil railway accident occurred on 22 May 1915 near Gita Green, Dumisshire in Scotland, including 5 vehicles. It was the worst railway accident in the history of the United Kingdom in terms of death, 226 people were killed and 246 were injured in the accident.
|At the time of the First World War, Italy declared war against Austria, Hungary and Germany.
|During the strike against Electric Auto-Light company Tolido in Ohio, USA, a crowd of around 10,000 started a riot and a five-day fight with the Ohio National Guard.
|American criminals were killed by police on a desolate road near their hideout in Bienvillepirish, Louisiana.
|Mexico President Manual Evilla Kaimacho announced a war on Axis powers under the Second World War on 22 May, 1942, following attacks on Mexican oil tankers by German submarines.
|The Federal Republic of Germany was established and the basic law was announced for the Federal Republic of Germany. This period is also known as Bonn Republic by academic historians. Germany was divided by Berlin Wall to East Germany and West Germany.
|West Germany formally came into force after adopting the constitution.
|After the establishment of the 14th Dalai Lama and after the establishment of the then government, the People's Republic of China signed a seventeen points for the peaceful liberation of Tibet, confirming the Chinyasavarigity on Tibet.
|The satellite explorer 1 transmission stopped. Explorer 1 was the first satellite in the United States, which was launched as its participation in the international geophysical year. The mission followed two satellites last year; The Soviet Union, the beginning of the Cold War Space Race between the two countries.
|A sterile woman gave birth to seven children after treatment. Three of these newborns survived, but all three were also not well. This first major attempt to give birth to the test tube babies was unsuccessful.
|The first version of the Java programming language was released. Java is a common-manual computer programming language that is concurrent, square-based, object-oriented, and especially designed for some implementation dependencies as possible. Its purpose is to give the application developers "once write, run anywhere" (WORA), which means that the compiled Java code can run on all platforms that support Java without the need for rehabilitation.
|Johannes Rau appointed the new President of Federal Germany.
|In Bangladesh, 250 drowned in the Meghna river due to the storm.
|The International Court of Justice honored Malaysia and Pedra Branka with Tingingpur to resolve the 29 -year -old regional dispute.
|Jamaica's military and police force began a manhunt for drug Lord Christopher Coke, with a three -day armed conflict with Shower Pose Cartel.