|Pope Innocent III outlawed the historic Magna Carta of Britain.
|In Germany, the first copy of the Bible was printed from the chapel. It is also known as the Gutenberg Bible.
|The oldest known version of the Gutenberg Bible, the first secret book built on a printing press, was completed.
|The Anglo-Scotish Wars-Barkvic-on-Twed and the border palace were occupied by the British Army, the border city.
|Job Carnock laid the foundation of the city of Calcutta (now Kolkata).
|In the 1812 war, the British Army attacked Washington, DC, which was set on fire in various American government buildings, now also included White House.
|The Treaty of St. Louis signed in St. Louis, Missouri.
|A constitutional revolt ended in Oporto Portugal.
|The Treaty of Cordoba was signed in Cordoba, Verakruz, confirmed Iguala's plan and concluded the freedom struggle of Mexico.
|New York chef George Crum made potato chips for the first time.
|The terror of 1857 was one of the most severe economic crises in US history.
|New York City Branch of Ohio Life Insurance and Trustco. After a widespread embezzlement collapsed, a serious crisis arose, causing about 5,000 businesses to fail.
|Mainly Maori New Zealand-native football team played the longest match at Rugby Unionstroke in the last match of their 107-game tour.
|Gudison Park in Liverpool, England, which is one of the world's first built football grounds.
|Sultan Abdalziz of Morocco has been discouraged after much conflict, and his brother Abd al-Hafid was succeeded by Morocco
|Social reformer Ramakrishna Gopal Bhandarkar died.
|Pavlos Kuntorotis was sworn in as the President of Greece.
|Adolf Hitler ordered the official termination of the mentally ill and disabled T4Euthanasia program, although secretly murdered for the remaining of the war.
|World War aircraft carrier Sharatoga drowned Japanese aircraft Ryujo near Santa Izabel, Solomon Island to win a friendly country from Saratoga.
|The Buddhist crisis-American Foreign Department ordered Ambassador South Cabot Lodge, Junior to voluntarily encourage officers of South Vietnamese army to take out Nago Dinh Dim to remove Nago Dinh Nu from his power status.
|U.S.S.R launched Luna 11 for classes around the moon.
|After the first hydrogen bombings, France became the fifth largest nuclear power in the world.
|The Eastern encephalitis of the horse and the horse's brain -infected disease has killed 50 horses in the month and surrounding states. The cause of the disease is insecticide, malathion, which is spread over thousands of acres to kill mosquitoes.
|China and South Korea established diplomatic relations.
|Hurricane Andrew created the third most powerful category 5 system in South Florida, which was built to hit the United States during the 20th decade.
|Microsoft Windows-95 started selling.
|Microsoft released Windows 95.
|The first RFID human implantation was tested in the United Kingdom.
|Nearly 90 people died after suicide bomber attacked the attackers flying out of Domodedovo International Airport in Moscow.
|Heavy floods in Switzerland, Austria and Germany evacuated thousands of people.
|The International Astronomical Union (IAU) first determined the term 'planet' and announced that Pluto was not more part of our solar system, it was declared as 'dwarf planet'. In a meeting in Prague, 2,500 scientists decided by votes that Pluto would no longer be considered a planet in the scientific community.
|The International Astronomical Union re -defined 'Planet', re -classified Pluto as a dwarf planet as it did not see the neighborhood around its orbit.
|Steve Jobs resigned as CEO of Apple Inc.
|The United States Anti-Doping Agency says it will refuse former professional road racing cyclist Lance Armstrong for life and suggests that his record be taken away from seven tour de France.
|American cyclist Lance Armstrong was removed from his seven Tour Day France title by the United States Anti-Doping Agency to use illegal performance drugs.
|Hollywood veteran actor Sir Richard Attenbarra passed away.
|American football player and coach Charlie Coffee passed away.
|Rome was first dismissed for the first time in 800 years, by Vivigoths under Alvik I.
|The Caesar's civil war-wise Caesar for Jiusius was crushed by the Popbean Republican under the Popbalus Etius Vrus of the Seemaepee under the leadership of Giuscribonius Curiio and King Juba I.
|According to estimates based on Codex Laurentious Medicus, Mount Vesuvius buried cities of Pompei, Harkulanium and StabaiA, Italy.
|The eruption of the Mount Vesuvius volcano submerged the ashes of the Roman city of Pompeii and Herculaneum volcano. Due to which 15,000 people died.