|William of Okham, an English ascetic, who originated the Razor of the themithological theory Ocom, secretly overtaken Avignon from Pope John XXII.
|Puckot War-A affiliated Puritan and Mohegan Bal attacked the Piyot village located in the Connecticut Colony, killing 500 people.
|Pequot War A related Puritan and Mohegan Bal attacked a stronghold PEQUOT village in the Connecticut Colony, killing 500 people.
|Portuguese Restoration War-Portuguese and Spanish forces won the Battle of Montijo.
|The British Parliament passed the Habeas Corpus Act, which is considered to be the world's first human rights law for personal liberty of man.
|Portugal joined the Great Treaty.
|Napoleon was crowned King of Italy.
|116 people died in a fire at the Gru Church, the largest fire disaster in Norway's history.
|The deadliest fire in Norway's history took place in a Churchin Grue in Norway, with at least 113 deaths.
|Kasper Hossor, who is a founder with suspicious relations, is the Royal House of Baden, first appeared in the streets of Nurnberg, Germany.
|Kasper Hosor, a founder with suspicious relations with the royalhouse of Baden, first appeared on the streets of Nurnberg, Germany.
|The wild child Kasper Hauser is believed to have been discovered in Nuremberg, Germany.
|American Das Drade Scott, who had earlier sued for his freedom, was liberated by his original owner Henry Taylorblo.
|American Civil War-General Edmund Kirby Smith interacted on his army's dedication, the only important Confederate Army Foresnemiyaning in the war.
|Russia and the United Kingdom signed a Gandam treaty for the establishment of an Afghan kingdom. The Treaty of Gandamak officially ended the first phase of the Second Anglo-Afghan War. Afghanistan handed over various border areas to Britain to prevent attacks on the country's further areas.
|The first American interlude was held on Manhattan Beach.
|Dracula, the most famous novel of the Irish writer Bram Stoker, was published Wafest.
|The Vaxhall Bridge opened in London, crossing the Tamesbative Vaxhall and the Westminster River.
|A Franco-British exhibition was held in London.
|The democratic republic of Georgia was established. The Georgia Democratic Republic existed from May 1918 to February 1921 and was the first modern establishment of the Republic of Georgia. It was built after the fall of the Russian Empire which began with the Russian Revolution of 1917.
|The first 24 -hour of Le Mans was held and since then it has been run annually in June. 24 hours Le Mans, Endens Racing is the world's oldest active sports car race, which is held every year near the Le Man's city of France. It is one of the most prestigious automobile races in the world and is often called "Grand Prix of Endurance and Efficiency".
|The constitution was adopted in Lebanon.
|The House Un-Amarankan Activity Committee was established to prevent alleged inequality and destructive activities by uncomfortable people of communist or fascist relations.
|A Floatilla of World War II-'Small Ships' launched a warship of British, French and Belgian soldiers by the German army during the Battle of Dankirk.
|The limit on buying petrol in Britain was scrapped. Earlier, every person was given a ration card to buy petrol.
|Charles Evans conquered Kanchenjunga, the tallest mountain peak in the world, which is 8585 meters high.
|The British Guyana gained independence and became Guyana. The British Guyana was the name of the British colony on the northern coast of South America, known as Guyana's independent nation in 1966. Its indigenous people are Arvak -speaking Lusayan, who are part of the Teno people.
|Apollo Program: Apollo 10 returned after a successful eight-day test of all components coming on Earth. Apollo 10 was the fourth manned mission in the United States Apollo Space Program, and the second (after Apollo 8) to revolve around the moon.
|The Soviet Tupolev TU -144 became the first commercial transport to move beyond the ICT. The Tupolev TU 144 is a retired jet aircraft, the world's first commercial supersonic transport aircraft (SST). It is only one of the two SSTs to enter commercial service, the other is Anglo-French Concord.
|The US conducted a nuclear test in Nevada.
|Villandra National Park was established in Australia.
|The United States and the Soviet Union signed the anti-ballistic missile treaty. The anti-ballistic missile treaty was a treaty on the border of anti-ballistic missile (ABM) systems used in rescue areas against ballistic missile-contributed nuclear weapons between the US and the Soviet Union. Under the conditions of the treaty, each party was limited to two ABM complexes, each to be limited to 100 anti-ballistic missiles.
|2,000 protesters were killed by South Korean military government forces and pro-democracy protesters.
|The earthquake in Japan from the 7.7 reactor scale killed 104 people.
|Loda Air Flight 004 experienced the deployment of an engine without a engine and separated in mid-hwa, killing all 223 people.
|The Java earthquake in Indonesia left more than 5700 dead and nearly two million homeless.
|Severe floods began in eastern and southern China and 148 people died and 1.3 million people were forced to evacuate.
|North Korea allegedly tests its second nuclear device. After the nuclear test, Pyongyang also conducted several missile tests that causes tension in the international community. A scientific paper later estimated the yield 2.35 kilotons. The test was almost universally condemned by the international community. After the test, the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution 1874 condemning testing and stringent sanctions on the country.
|The Dragon became the first professional spacecraft to successfully meet with the International Space Station. Dragon is a partially re -reflected spacecraft, developed by SpaceX, an American private space transport company located in Hothorn, California. SpaceX Falcon 9 A two-stage-to-orbit launch vehicle has launched the dragon into space.
|Armenian rebels were defeated by the forces of Sasanid Empireon the Avarire Plane in Vaspurkan, but the disadvantage after 33 years played the role of a prominent factor in providing religious freedom.
|King Edmund I of England was murdered by a thief, who was attacked as a odd attack on St. Augustine's Mass Day.