|The Norman Conquest-Wilium The Concormer was crowned the King of England at Westminster Abbey, although in later years he faced rebellion and was not safe on his throne until 1072.
|The ship's captain William Myers, Rayal Mary, landed on a deserted island and named it Christmaland.
|Ten ships sailed from London to New York Colony, sending 4000 people.
|Christmas flood: A devastating flood on the northwest coast between the Netherlands and Denmark killed thousands and left them homeless.
|Astronomer Anders Celsius introduced the temperature level of centigrade.
|Jupiter Hamon, an African American slave published a poem called "An Evening Thought".
|Maharaja Surajmal of Bharatpur was killed.
|The Mughal ruler Shah Alam II ascended the throne of Delhi under the patronage of the Marathas.
|Christmas Day was previously a public holiday on an international scale.
|American Physician Empram McDowell performed the world's last last last of an ovarian tumor.
|Samuel Marsday of the Church Missionary Society preached New Zealand's first sermon in Ohai.
|The Handle and Hydon Society is the oldest inseparable art organization in the United States, which was premiered in Kingchpel, Boston.
|Madan Mohan Malviya, a social worker and the leader of Kashi Hindu University, was born in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.
|Football club was formed.
|Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan and called Kaeda Azam, was born in Karachi.
|Doctor Charles Drysdale, writing an article, first reported the damage caused by tobacco.
|Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the 10th Prime Minister of the country, was born in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh.
|Emperor Tayasho died of a heart attack, and the successor son, Hirohito, who ruled in 1989, became Japan's longest ruled emperor.
|C. Dog NG, a revolutionary socialist political party that demanded Vietnamese freedom from French colonialism, was formed in Hanoi.
|World War II- Japanese occupation began after Hong Kong Governor Mark Achisan Young, Japan was given shelter after a fierce war of 18 days.
|The Soviet Union conducted a nuclear test in the Novaya Gemlya region.
|For the first time, scientists reported damage to the ozone layer by ferron gas.
|Heavy metal band Iron Maiden was formed in London by Steve Harris.
|World famous actor Charlie Chaplin died.
|Vietnam launched a major offensive against the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia.
|Romanian Revolution-Dictator Nikole SIS and his wife Elena was condemned to death under a wide range of allegations.
|In a national level aired speech, Mikhail Gorbachev resigned as a representative of the Soviet Union.
|Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a bill in the law, which was established by a new national anthem in Russia, composed of the anthem of the Soviet Union that was written by Alexander Vasilivich Alexandrov.
|A tiger escaped from his enclosure at the San Francisco Zoo and killed the three patron before shooting.
|Northwest Airlines flight 253, Omar Farooq Abdulmuthalbattam instigated the plastic explosives hidden in his underwear to explode.
|The 19th -century St. Mail Cathedral was destroyed by fire at Longford, a 'Flagship Cathedral' of Irish Midlands.
|In the last 128 years, the first snowfall occurs in the city of Atlanta, Georgia, USA; 500 flights are affected.
|Vanuatu experiences an earthquake of 7.3 magnitude; A tsunami warning is issued to the area and later canceled after a minor tsunami arrives.
|The annual Christmas message is given by Pope Benedict XVI in St. Peter Square, Vatican City.
|The South Dhruv Amunsen -Skot records its hottest temperature at -12.3 ° C at South Pole Station.
|Queen Elizabeth II shared his Christmas message with his Commonwealth themes, referring to his diamond jubilee celebrations and the 2012 Summer Olympics experience; The speech is the first to air in 3D.
|In St. Peter Square in Vatican City, Rome, the Pope Benedict gives the sixteenth annual Christmas message and has a traditional mass in the St. Peters Basilica.
|Antonov Company's AN-72 plane crashed in the town of Shimkent in southern Kazakhstan, killing 27 people.
|The Pope Francis gives his Urbi et orbi speech (for the city and world of Rome), a Pope address and the apostolic blessings dating back to ancient Rome; The Pope called for peace in Syria and South Sudan.
|The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has been re -nominated by the Egyptian government to prevent terrorists as a terrorist organization, and any person who finances bombing and other terrorist acts in his country Has happened.
|Pope Francis gives his annual Christmas address to the Vatican, praying for groups that include refugee and deported Christian communities and workers struggling with Ebola epidemic.
|Sony Pictures today released its comedy 'the interview' through more than 300 cinemas and online channels; The film depicts an attempt to kill a murder of North Korea leader Kim Jong-un and was initially canceled due to dangers and hacking attacks.
|Madan Mohan Malaviya / Education reformer, politician / India
|Atal Bihari Vajpayee / Politician / India
|Harita Deol / pilot / India
|Mukhtar Ahmed Ansari / Politician / India
|Madan Mohan Malaviya / Educationist / India
|Madan Mohan Malaviya / Lawyer / India
|Madan Mohan Malviya / Freedom Fighter / India
|Muhammad Ali Jinnah / Politician / India
|Naushad Ali / Composer / India
|Zaib-un-Nissa Hamidullah / Author / India
|Atal Bihari Vajpayee / Politician / India
|Dharmveer Bharti / Writer / India
|Dharma Singh / Politician / India
|Lt. Ram Charan / Indian Navy / India
|Mani Kaul / Director / India
|Ramdas Athawale / Politician / India
|Santosh George / Writer / India
|Harita Deol / Pilot / India
|Nagma / Actress / India