|The earthquake in the Gulf of Chile, China, killed about one million people.
|The Treaty of the Melno was signed, establishing the Polician-Lithuanian border, which remained unchanged for 500 years later.
|Pope Urban VII, who was the shortest Pope, died.
|The Battle of Polish-Swedish Fall-Certificate ended in the decisive victory of the Polish-Lithuanian army, and is remembered as the greatest victory of the Commonwealth horsemen.
|Mir Qasim became the Nawab of Bengal.
|The American revolutionary war-leancaster, Pennsylvania became the vashikaran of the United States for one day as the members of the Continental Congress fled Philadelphia, who was caught by the British.
|John Adams negotiated Revolutionary War peace terms with Great Britain.
|Mexico gained independence.
|In a letter to the Paris Academy Day inscription at Bells-Congress, the Jean-Francois champion announced his initial successes for Roseta Stone.
|The world's first public rail transport began with the introduction of the Stockton-Darlington line in England.
|The world's first modern railway, the Stockton and Darlington Railway, opened in England.
|Locmission No. 1 operated the train on the early day of Stoclton and Darlington Railways, the first public railway to use steamlocomotives.
|Ended the Belgian Revolution to liberate Brussels from the United Kingdom of the Netherlands.
|The great social reformer Raja Ram Mohan Roy died.
|Ellen was swept away in a storm in Liverpool, Southhard England, the United States Congress later provided 27 gold weightlifies to Lifeboat men who saved its crew.
|The famous scientist Alfred Einstein's famous E = mc² theory was published.
|Henry Ford Detroit produced its first Model T automobile at the plant at Ford's Scitie Avenue, Michigan.
|The first production of Ford model T automobile was built in Detroit, Michigan, US.
|Liz Iasu of Ethiopia's Emperor-foot was overthrown to his aunt, Xvaditu.
|The bandits have again attacked Odessa on the Moscow train, called the Odessa Express. Most passengers are killed or injured by bandits. This is the second time he has attacked in two weeks in which more than 100 people have been killed. The objective is a combination of the fight against robbery and ruling Czars.
|Poland surrendered to Germany after a 26 -day fierce war. The German army captures about 140,000 Polish soldiers.
|The first of the 2,751 Liberty ships that created World War II by the United States was launched to SS Patrick Henry.
|The city of Beijing was chosen as the new capital of China. This historic city is located in eastern China. Which is counted among the political economic and cultural centers of China.
|Sierra Leone became the hundredth member of the United Nations.
|The British Aircraft Corporation TSR-2, an advanced Cold War strike and the reconnaissance aircraft which were later canceled, took their first flight.
|Marcello Caetano became the Prime Minister of Portugal.
|Japanese Emperor Hirohita set out on a trip abroad.
|The fight between the world's two largest oil producing countries has intensified. Western economies, who strongly rely on oil, have started feeling worried. Although they are not yet in a terror because most of the Western countries have large reserves.
|Software developer Richard Stallman announced plans for the UNX-like GNU operating system (logo picture), the first free softwaywinded by GNU project.
|The National League for Democracy was established in Burma under the leadership of pro -democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi.
|After occupying the city of war-conscience in Abkhazia, a large number of Georgian citizens were killed by Abkazsepratists and his colleagues.
|Taliban fighters captured Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan.
|Google, the world's largest search engine, was launched.
|Two Japanese scientists snaps more than 500 photos of a living huge squid. They also recover one of its two longest tents, which separated during a conflict.
|The spacecraft Don has been launched by NASA on a mission to detect the main-belt asteroid vesta and crescent.
|NASA launched the Donf Investigation (Mission Patch Patchrat), to use the ion priority from Cape Provisional, Florida, its purely searching mission.
|Unilever PLC, a giant company of Anglo-Dutch consumer products, has signed an agreement to buy Alberto-Kolver. Alberto-culvert is the manufacturer of hair and skin care products for $ 3.7 billion.
|At least 37 people, including 30 school children, have been killed, and a seventy seventy seriously injured. This is the result of a school bus accident in Kallar Kahar in Punjab province, Pakistan.
|The US announced that it would demand the lifting of one of its restrictions. This ban was on imported goods from Myanmar.
|A ship is away from Java Island. It was carrying refugees from Indonesia to Australia. Thirty people are missing, while 22 bodies have been recovered, in which 31 people have been rescued.
|The United Nations Human Rights Council votes in favor of LGBT rights.