|The Mughal ruler Babur died in the Dholpur area near Agra.
|Shakespeare first introduced his popular play King Lear to the court of King James I of England.
|Sikhism Guru Govind Singh was born.
|Andrew Michael Ramsay gave a speech in which he linked the legacy and internationalism of Freemasonry to the Crusade.
|France and Austria signed the treaty about the southern Netherlands.
|Tea vessels were expelled from Philadelphia.
|George Washington defeated Hessian at the Battle of Trenton in the American Revolutionary War.
|The peace of Pressburg was signed between France and Austria.
|Austria and France signed the Pressburg Confederacy.
|The war of the fourth alliance-French soldiers under Napoleon put the Russian forces in the battle of both Pultk and Golimin.
|The Battle of Golimein underwent a successful retaliatory battle against the French army under General Golitsin under Russian Army Marshal Murat.
|A British invasion lent the city of Vallasingen.
|Imperial Russian Army officials led around 3,000 soldiers against Nicholas I handling the throne, as his elder brother Constantine removed himself from the succession line.
|Wood-pulp paper exhibited for the first time.
|The first Comic Opera, Gaity Theater, London, UK by Thesis, Gilbert and Sulivan was first built.
|King Mwanga of Uganda signed a contract with the East Africa Company.
|The founder and president of the Communist Party, Mao Xe Tung, was born in China.
|At the French Science Academy, physicists Pierre and Mary Curie (picture) announced the discovery of a new element, naming radium.
|A relief team arrived at the lighting on the Flonan Islands in Scotland and it was found that the previous crew had disappeared without anyone.
|The country's first cross country motorcar rally was inaugurated between Delhi and Mumbai.
|The world's first feature film, The Story of the Cali Gang, was released.
|American baseball player Babe Ruth was sold by Boston Redsox to his rivals, New York Yencis at the beginning of the 84 -year -long curse of Bombino.
|US engineer Howard Armstrong obtained a patent for FM radio.
|The Communist Party of the Philippines, which is fighting the war, was founded by Jose Maria Sicon.
|The Red Army of the former Soviet Union took control of Afghanistan and began its longest action against an independent country.
|The Time Magazine Award, Man of the Year was awarded for the first time to non-humans, computers.
|Time magazine declared the computer to be the "Man of the Year".
|The highest Soviet officially dissolved itself, fulfilling the thedissolution of the Soviet Union.
|Six -year -old American beauty queen Johnbenet Ramsi Colorado was hijacked and strangled to the basement of his family's house in Colorado's boulder, a murder that caused extensive coverage from Americanmadia.
|The union of the Korean trade unions called for its 1.2 million members to walk from their jobs, which started the country's largest organized sector,
|The biggest strike in South Korea's history began.
|Australia's great leg-spinner Shane Warne made history by taking 700 wickets in international Test cricket.
|Former South African President Nelson Mandela will have a road named after him in Cape Town.
|Brazil overtook the United Kingdom as the sixth largest economy in the world.
|Drew Tree, Quarterback for New Orleans Saints, creates a new National Football League record for yards passing into a session.
|A law that prohibits Americans from adopting Russian children is approved by the Parliament of Russia; This action is the response of the Sergei Magnitski Rules Act Accountability Act of America Act.
|Christmas season U.S. Texas, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana have more than 30 tornadoes reported.
|The world's longest High Speed Railroad, built from China's capital Beijing to Guangzhou City, was opened.
|The Prime Minister of Shinzo Abe Japan traveled to the Yasukuni pilgrimage located in Chidoda, Tokyo; The pilgrims remember those who died in the service of the Japanese Empire during the Restoration of Miji, who stored the royal rule over Japan in 1868.
|A winter storm in the southern Ontario, Main, Michigan and Vermont runs without lightning; The bottom temperature sent several shelters for the heat.
|Ukraine exchanges 222 rebel prisoners for 150 Ukrainian soldiers organized by separatist forces; For security reasons, the nation has also blocked Crimea, by stopping the region from Russia, from the region and bus and train service.
|Zakaria Ahmed Ismail Hirsi, a prominent member of the military hand of al-Qaeda, al-Qaeda, surrendered to the police; The group wants to capture the UN-conquered Somali government.