|China's Ming dynasty fell when Chongjen Emperor committed suicide during the farmer rebellion led by Lee Zacheng.
|The French army captured the city of Wiperes.
|Battle of Alamansa; France and the Spaniards defeated the British and Portuguese.
|Gilotine (eg painted) was first used to carry out the excluded punishment in France, with amazing crowds on the aspid and precision of the machine.
|French composer Claude Joseph Rose de Lisley wrote Ar Lamarsilis, which is now the national anthem of France.
|An open struggle began between the military forces of the United States and Mexico, which was to the disputed border of Texas and the south of the Nuul River in the north of Rio Grande, which later proved to be the primary justification for the Mexican-American war.
|Mexican-American War: Open conflict erupted with border disputes over Texas borders.
|After Lord Elgin, the Governor General of Canada signed a rabelion loss bill in the law to compensate the residents of Lowercanada to compensate the losses in the 1837 rebellion, the protesters created a ruckus under the Parliament House in Montreal and created a ruckus .
|The American Civil War-CONFEDERERAI overwhelmed a small contingent, leaving its position in Encamen, Arkansas.
|Foreign trade allowed in Japan's capital Tokyo.
|US President Benjamin Harrison traveled to San Francisco.
|New York Automobile became the first US state to have license plates.
|Blacks got suffrage in South Africa.
|The First World War-Australian and the New Zealand Army Corps launched Anjac Kov, while British and French soldiers landed for the invasion of the friendship of the Galipoli Peninsula in the Ottoman Empire in Cape Hels.
|Paul van Hindenburg was elected President of Germany.
|Italy won at the Battle of Ogden.
|The German army retreated from Northern Finland, closing the Lapland war.
|The trial of Communist detective Judith Copple began in New York City.
|The molecular structure of nucleic acid was first published by molecular biologist Jams Watson and Francis Crick in a scientific helicopter, describing the discovery of double helix structural DNA.
|Bell Labs announced the first solar battery to be built in New York.
|The sodium nuclear reactor was first operated experimentally.
|US Navy submarine USS Triton (SSRN-586) completed the world's first submerged enclosure.
|James Baldwin's 'Blues for Mr. Charlie,' was premiered in New York City.
|1 Projection of Soviet communication satellite.
|During the repair work at a nuclear power plant in Suruga, Japan, more than 100 workers fell victim to nuclear radiation.
|Color broadcasting began for the first time on television in Delhi.
|King Maswati III of Swastiland was crowned, who was the successor of his father Sambhuja II.
|A drag race was held in New York. Luke Tyson gained ticket in this drag race.
|Shuttle was discovered. By this a shuttle space settlement was placed in the class.
|Violet Chamoro assumed a position in the US as the President of Nicaragua, who was a woman in herself.
|A tournament of the championship was held in the world of Firestone. In this championship, Marc Le Dowell won the championship.
|46 children were killed in Lenka Sherya. The reason for this is the fishing beat which was capified.
|Russia chose Boria Yeltisin as a leader.
|There were elections in Japan. Tuntu Hata was elected in this election.
|The Hing Azlan of Malaysia speaks Hengans.
|Record a minimum of 35 runs in one day matches against Sri Lanka in Zimbabwe.
|107 people died in a train accident in Amagasaki, Japan.
|In Amagasaki, Hyogo, Japan, a commuter train came on its tracks and entered an apartment building, killing the driver and 106 crossing passengers and injuring 555 others in the Amagasaki railway accident.
|80 school girls participated in Hindus' school, poisoned.
|Britain reopened its embassy in Somalia after a lapse of 22 rains.
|The forces of Abbasid Khalifa crushed the rebels of Armenian princes in the Battle of Bagrevand.