|Ommes in the Netherlands found the city's rights and fortifications, after the Archbishop of Utrech was snatched by the local dacoit Baron at least twice.
|Sultan Ferozeshah Tughlaq III was crowned.
|The Honorable Artillery Company is currently the oldest regiment regiment in the British Army, formed from the Royal Charter Henry VIII.
|Portuguese succession war-secretaries Tote Tote Portuguese throne, Antonio, Preto of Creet, was regularized for the Battle of Altantara, which ended his short-term rule.
|James Cook departed Plymouth after his first voyage of discovery.
|Britain's James Cook embarked on his first adventure cruise. In this journey, he explored Australia and prepared maps depicting waterways of the Pacific Ocean.
|Scottish inventor James Watt died.
|Urguay, led by the Thirty-Three Orientals, a revolutionary group, Juanantenio Lavelja, declared Uruguay to independence from the Empire of Bobils.
|The Judiciary Act was passed in the Australian Parliament.
|Russia defeated Germany in the Battle of Tottenberg.
|The National Park Service has been created by the Congress with the 'National Park Services Organic Act' to the Classified areas as the National Register of National Parks and Historical Sites.
|Polish forces under Joseph Pilsdski successfully forced the Russians to withdraw from Warsaw in Warsaw's battle, deciding the Polish-Soviyat War.
|America signs peace treaty with Germany
|The United Kingdom and Poland entered a mutual assistance for a military alliance in terms of military invasion by 'Europeanpower'.
|The Paris is free from Nazi occupation, which lasts for more than four years by the French 2nd Armard Division and the American 4th Infantry Division. In addition, General Charles de Gaul, who was the leader of the free French Army, set foot in Paris the next day.
|Armed supporters of the Communist Party of China killed American military intelligence officer and baptist missionary John Bircha. He was leading a mission to reach a Japanese jail camp to reach the personnel of the friendly countries.
|Aletha Gibson entered the US Tennis Championships, becoming the first African-American woman to be a contestant of The World Tennis Tour.
|Rajiv Kapoor, Raj Kapoor's youngest son, was born in Chembur
|16 opponents of Soviet Union leader Joseph Stalin were hanged.
|American Nazi Party leader George Lincoln Rockwell has been shot by a sniper by a shopping center in Arlington, Virginia.
|American Nazi Party founder George Lincoln Rockwell was killed by John Pataller, a former member of his group.
|Sir Edmund Hillary's Himalayan Expedition to Haldia harbor began.
|The Vyzer 2 spacecraft provided a certain proof of the existence of the planet's rings (images) to its nearest approach to Neptun &.
|Masuma was appointed the first woman Vice President of Ibtekar Iran.
|Australian leg-spinner Shenwarn became the first spin bowler to take 400 Test wickets in the history of Test cricket in London.
|Various members of American singer Alia and her record company died when her overloaded airplane crashed shortly after Marsh Harbor Airport in Marsh Harbor Airport, The Bahamas.
|The Seaspitzer Space Telescope launched in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
|Two bombs planted in taxis exploded in two of Mumbai's most wandering areas, killing at least 44 people and injuring around 150.
|Hurricane makes landfalls in Florida between Katrina Hollandel Beach and Awaantura, a category 1st as Florida mid morning is about 1 storm 125 mph wind speed, hurricane growth is about 5FT. The storm leaves 1 million and 12 dead without electricity.
|Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko was sentenced to 9 years in federal prison for money laundering, wire fraud, and extortion.
|The first legal abortion in Colombia took place today. After the legal dispute for months, the courts thought that abortion could be legal in situations in the country where the mother's health is in danger, pregnancy is the result of rape, or the fetus is severely deformed.
|South Korea successfully sent its first rocket into space. The rocket was carrying a satellite that did not go to the planned class. The South Korean government termed it as 'partial-flour'.
|A solar system is found for Star HD 10180, including 1.4 times the Earth -shaped 1.4 times potential planet.
|The Sri Lankan government withdrew the declared emergency in the country after 30 years of fighting with the LTTE.
|Voyager 1 became the first manned vehicle to enter space outside the solar system.
|Neil Armstrong, who stepped on the moon, died.