|In London, Westminster Abe was built by Edward the Consep or between 1045 and 1050.
|Galileo saw the planet Neptune and called it the stable star.
|Galileo became the first person to inspect the Neptune planet, although he accidentally listed it as a certain star.
|Laurence Hyde Rochester was appointed the first Earl Ireland Lord Lieutenant.
|King Texin was crowned King of Thailand and established Thonburi as its capital.
|The Taxin Great was crowned the king of the new capital Thoneburi Kingdom in Thoneburi, the present capital Thailand.
|John c. Calhoun became the first vice president of the Unitedstates to resign.
|In the Old Gum Tree near the current Adelaide, the Royal Navy Rear-Admiral John Hindamar announced the establishment of the British Pravins of South Australia.
|Spain recognized the independence of Mexico.
|Iowa became the 29th state of the United States.
|Rangoon and Burma were destroyed by fire.
|The English writer Charles Dickens made his first public reading in the United States at the New York City Theater.
|The Tai Rail Bridge, spread over the Fath of Tye in Scotlandbatten Dundi and Warmit, fell during a violent storm while passing through it, killing everyone.
|For the first time in the history of cinema, a story was given a film form. The film was made by the inventors of France, the Lumir brothers, who are called the father of the film world.
|More than a million people died after the earthquakes and tsunamis in Messina and Rejo Calabria, southern Italy.
|Earthquake of 7.2 magnitude in Italy and the subsequent tsunami killed more than 100,000 people.
|The operator of San Francisco Municipal Railway, city cable network system opened its first line.
|The first spoken film, "Melody of Love", was screened in Kolkata.
|Dhirubhai Ambani, founder of business giant Reliance Industries, was born.
|Politician Pavel Putishv revives the tradition of the New Year tree to the Soviet Union when Pravada asked his letter to be installed in schools, children's homes, youth pioneer palaces, children's clubs, children's theaters and cinema theaters.
|Robert Sullivan became the first pilot to fly over the Atlantic Ocean a hundred times.
|World War II- After the eight-day cruel house-house, 1 Canadian Infantry Division captured Italian Townhoff Antona.
|A Muslim Brotherhood member killed Egyptian Prime Minister Mahmoud Fahimi Nakrashi.
|The Peak District became Britain's first national park.
|Italian Foreign Minister Aminor Fanfani resigned.
|The Young Lords acquired the first Spanish Methodist Church in East Harlem.
|A 6.3 Richter scale earthquake struck Pakistan, killing 5200 people.
|The Congress won the Lok Sabha elections under the leadership of Rajiv Gandhi.
|Among Australia's most severe natural disasters, a 5.6 Mlearthquake killed Newcastle, New South Wales, killing 13 people and more than 160 others died, and an estimated $ 4 billion lost.
|In the United States, it was decided to deploy Sky Marshal ie Security Guard in some aircraft of Britain.
|In Haneburg, Germany, scientists discovered the grave of a Celtic princess's bronze era, including amber, gold, bronze, and coal.
|A human remains that lived 400,000 years ago were discovered in Israel, challenging the principle that humans originated in Africa.
|If the Western nations impose more restrictions, the Iran threatens to close the main oil route of the Storm of Hormuz.
|U.S. The Library of Congress intends to preserve the thriller 'Silence of the Lambs' as part of its national film registry.
|Action on an information that the PKK terrorists were crossing the border in the Sirnak province, two Turkish F -16 jets opened fire on a group of towers, killing 34 people.
|At the age of 115 years and 266 days, Japan's Ziruman Kimura becomes the oldest living person in the world.
|Responsible Janak and Breeding Health Act is signed in the law by Philippine President Bennigno Acino III.
|The Aam Aadmi Party formed the government in Delhi with the support of the Congress.
|By the time long -term federal unemployment benefits are exhausted, 1.3 million unemployed Americans are left without assistance, MPs discussed bipartisan law to expand the unemployment benefits.
|A 5.8 magnitude earthquake occurred in the Mediterranean Sea 50 miles southwest of the Turkish ascellor.
|More than 100,000 people have died due to floods in Malaysia and as a result at least 10 people died.
|The United States and allied forces end the war mission in Afghanistan, which began in 2001 after 9/11 terrorist attacks in the US.; Around 13,000 soldiers will be to train the Afghan police and military forces in their fight against the Taliban.
|Alariq II succeeded his father uric as the king of wizzing.