|The Byzantine-Selzook Wars-Celljuk Ottoman, led by Alp Arslangopted Byzantine Emperor Romanos IV in the Battle of Mansicirt.
|Alauddin Khilji captured Chittorgarh.
|Hundred-year war-English forces established a military contingent of English long bow at the French combination of Cross Bond Armad Nights in the Crey Battle.
|The first Prime Minister of Britain, Robert Walpole, was born.
|The famous French chemist Anthony Levaizier was born. He is called the father of modern chemistry. He discovered oxygen.
|The First Lutheran Sect of North America, Pennsylvania Minister, was established in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
|The first Lutherna sect in North America, Pennsylvania was established in the Miniumum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
|The construction of the Tynes Palace began in New Bern, North Carolina.
|HMS Endeavor left Pulimuth, England, in which explorer James Cook's first visit began.
|The French Revolution was approved by the National Constituent Assembly, defineing a set of individual and collective rights of the people, the declaration of man and a citizen of authority.
|Juan Jose Castaili ordered the execution of Santiago Delers during the freedom struggle of Argentina.
|The biggest explosion in human history occurred when Aropian destroyed the volcanic island of Kraktao (volcano).
|A large -scale explosion destroyed the volcanic island of Crakatoa, leading to so much ash that by next year the average global temperature fell to 1 ° C (2.2 ° F).
|Netherlands Social Democratic Workers Party SDAP) was established.
|Nobel Peace Prize-awarded Mother Teresa was born in Skopji, Yugoslavia.
|After the 19th Constitutional Amendment, women got the right to vote.
|The Nineteenth Parliament of the United States Constitution passed the guarantee of women's suffrage.
|In a cafe in Paisley, Scotland, May Donogue found a snail in a bottle of ginger beer, which launched a landmark civil action matters, one of the British common law, Donogahu Vetavenson.
|America manufactured the first roller coaster.
|It has been revealed that more than 25,000 mice were used in the Manhattan project, to see if radiation will have any bad effect on workers in nuclear bomb plants.
|The South African Defense Force launched an attack against Swapo Guerrilla Fighters in Omgulugombavashe, with Namibia's freedom struggle.
|The National Convention of the American Democratic Party began at Chicago's In-Statistical Amphitheater, which brings out the anti-Vietnam protesters and police during a four-day struggle.
|The US Democratic Party's National Convention began at the International Amphitheater in Chicago, with four days of clashes between the anti -Vietnam protesters and the police.
|Daughter Freedan and the National Organization for women organized a women's strike for equality in New York City, in which 20,000 women opposed the continuous decrease of gender equality.
|Dr. Narayan Subbarao Hardikar, a freedom fighter, journalist and Padma Bhushan, died.
|The National Assembly of Quebec declared French as the only language in Cubec.
|NASA launches Telesat-F.
|Battery was used for the first time to drive human heart.
|Michael Johnson set a world record in the 400 meter race.
|60,000 representatives and politicians from 174 countries around the world have come together for the latest Earth Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa.
|The US Census Bureau has revealed new figures that have kept the amount of poor people in the US 35.9 million, which is an increase of more than 1 million.
|NASA on Friday postponed the launch pad of Space Shuttle for 24-hour Space Shuttle Atlantis (STS-115), although there was no damage.
|Greece announced emergency due to several forest fire, over 200, having havoc in different parts of the country. By the time there was a fire in September 2007, 84 people died. Many fire was considered to be on fire.
|Russia identifies the freedom of Abkazia and South Oseshia.
|More than a week after the ceasefire in the Southeosetia war, Russia unilaterally recognized the freedom of South Asia.
|German HIV positive pop singer Nadja Benaisa is convicted of damaging a person infected with HIV who had unprotected sex with him, without knowing his situation.
|Scientists at the University of Swineburn Technology in Melbourne have revealed their discovery of J1719–143, a planet that perfectly revolves around diamonds - it has been found to have such a planetary mass for the second time.
|Hindi film actor AK Hangal passed away.
|In the city of Quebec in Canada, 8 people died and 104 died after being vulnerable to Legiionolosis disease.
|All 25,000 applicants applying to Liberia University fail in their entrance examination.