|The forces of Donald of Isle, God of Isles, and Alexander Stewart, fought in the battle of Harlav near Invaruri near Invaruri, Scotland.
|French explorer Antony de La Motte Cadilac established Fort Poncartren du Dutroit, which later developed in the city of Detroit.
|A Frenchman named Fort Pontchartrain established the emporium.
|1715 Treasure Fleet: A Spanish treasure on 10 ships under General Don Juan Ubila went from Spain to Havana, Cuba, seven days later, nine of them sank in a storm off the coast of Florida and some treasure was later found.
|The then US President George Washington attended the first Assembly of North America in the Virginia House of Burgesses.
|Establishing as a protector of Russia, Georgia, the Kingdom of Kartali-Kakti and the Russian Empire signed the Treaty of Georgiovsk.
|Georgia was made patron of Russia.
|Horatio Nelson was wounded in the Battle of Santa Cruz, in which he lost one of his hands.
|In Chile, slavery was abolished forever.
|Slavery was abolished in Chile.
|The Liberal War ended in Portugal.
|The first inland rail service started in America.
|Ottoman forces occupied the city of Shakod to calm the 1910 Apesmoon rebellion.
|A steamer Eastland in Central Chicago killed 844 people.
|Passenger ship SS Eastland rolled the Chicago River with a dockin, killed 844 passengers and crew, the largest losphos life disaster from a single ship on great lakes.
|The Treaty of Lozen was signed to dispose of the Anatolian partoph for the division of the Ottoman Empire, establishing the border modern Turkey.
|Aristad Briand was succeeded by French Prime Minister Raymond Poincaré after resigning.
|Ramakrishna Mission Service Establishment was established.
|The joint team of the German-Austrian team became the first team to climb the northern face of Egger, one of the six great northern faces of Alps.
|The entire Jewish population was murdered by the Nazis in the north European country of Lithuania.
|The Second World War-RAF Bomber Command began Operation Gomorah, a strategic bombing of Hamburg, Germany, eventually at least 50,000 people killed and more than a million people became homeless.
|300 fighter jets dropped bombs on Germany.
|Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev and US Vice President Richardson Nixon made a serious debate on the inauguration of the American exhibition at Soconiki Park in Moscow.
|A major Canadian symbol replica, Bluenos II, Lunberg, Nova Scotia were launched.
|During a speech at Montreal, French President Charles de Goldecaler made a statement 'Long Live Free Cubec!', In which Ibbac was assimilated from Canada to Quebec Freedom.
|Apollo 11 spacecraft returns to Earth.
|At the Moscow Olympics, Australia's confidence -confident team won the gold medal in the men's 4 x 100 meter medlel, the only time when the United States, who was boycotting these games, has not won this competition at the Olympic level. .
|Heavy rains in Nagasaki, Japan, resulted in the collapse of 299 people.
|Bodo militants killed 37 Muslims in Assam's busbari.
|The American spacecraft Columbia was successfully launched.
|s. Vijayalakshmi became the first female grandmaster of chess.
|After being found guilty of taking bribe, theft of income tax and threatening, James Traffic was expelled from the United States House of Representatives.
|Lance Armstrong retired after winning his 7th straight Tour D France.
|About 100 people were affected by the leak at the Trichastine nuclear plant in France.
|The MV Arctic Sea, allegedly carrying wood, was allegedly moved by the kidnappers from Sweden's coast, but a lot of speculation was made in the form of real goods and events.
|Rallies are held in Paris, New York City, Ottova and other places to release the Iranian woman Sakina Mohammadi Ashtiini, facing hanging for adultery.
|More than half of Peru's countries enter the state of emergency as a result of abnormally cold weather.
|BP announced a plan to start drilling for oil on the coast of Libya.
|Vice President John Droni Mahama became President of Ghana after President John Atta Mills died.
|Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi appointed Hishm Qandil as Prime Minister, and asked him to form a new government.
|The scientific principle of super headmetry is challenged after experiments with Large Hadron Collider, which is an incredibly rare particle decay.
|The NSA whistleblore Edward Snowden in Moscow, Russia; He is stranded at the Shermetiovo International Airport in Russia.
|Ukraine's Prime Minister, Arseni Yatseniyuk, resigned in disappointment on the inaction of Parliament to address energy needs and military funds.
|Amazon Inc. reports loss of $ 126 million for the second quarter, its second biggest loss on records; The company is investing in new services to attract and maintain more customers.