|William the Concormer and his fleet of about 600 ships launched the Norman Vijay Abhiyan of England and landed Savencex near Sussex.
|The Portuguese explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo is the first European to travel along the coast of California, now in the city of San Diego.
|Queen Catherine the Great signed an agreement with Great Britain, formally joining Russia in the alliance.
|George Stevenson drove the first engine to pull the passenger rail.
|Samuel Morse filed a caveat for the Telegraph's patent.
|The punishment for whipping in the US Navy was abolished.
|Toronto was made the capital of Ontario.
|The Battle of Elkolle caused Spain's queen Isabella II to flee France.
|About 1.5 million people died in the Hwang-ho river in China.
|The first General Conference on Weight and Measurement was held.
|In the Monte video, railwaymen founded the Central Uruguay Railway Cricket Club, which later changed its name to Peenarol, which is now Uruguay's most successful football club.
|The first night of football was played.
|Famous French scientist Louise Pasteur died.
|The Philippine-American war-Filipino guerrillas killed more than forty US troops in a stunning attack in Balangiga city on Samana Island.
|Britain defeated the Turks in the Battle of Qut-al-Amra.
|Estimated 30 million people died worldwide in the world's worst flu epidemic in history. The epidemic is of Spanish flu, which is called in this way, as the first major break caused many deaths in Spain.
|A team of Air Service Aviators of the US Army landed at Seattle, Washington, to complete the world's first air circumference navigation.
|Scottish biologist and pharmacologist Alexander Flaming discovered penicillin when he saw a bacterial mold in his laboratory.
|The great playback singer Lata Mangeshkar was born.
|Indonesia became the 60th member of the United Nations.
|The constitution came into force in France.
|Vama!, Roy was now considered one of the most important functions of Lichnstein, Leo Castile Gallery, was the first film in an exhibition held in New York City.
|Paul Henderson set a target to win against Vladiclavicrik, with Canada's victory in the Summit series of the Soviet Ice Hockey Team.
|Pope John Paul I died only 33 days later as a clear myocardial infarction after his Pope election, resulting in the recent most years of pops.
|Atomia's water vessel sank in the Turk Sea, killing 800 people.
|The boat MS Estonia drowned while traveling between Telin, Estonia and Stockholm, Sweden, claiming that 852 people live in one of the worst accidents in the Baltic Sea.
|Russian President Boris Yeltsin has offered to maintain Russian peace in East Yugoslavia. It would be working with NATO forces, provided that NATO stops bombing the Serb forces.
|More than 30 mercenaries led by Bob Dunard landed in an attempt to an attempt on Komoros Inan, fourth on the African Island nation since 1975.
|Former Afghanistan President Mohammad Najibullah wasted and murdered by the Taliban.
|A power outage has black out of 90% of the country of Italy. Thousands of people trapped in trains and lifts were released due to power cuts.
|SpaceX Falcon makes 1 class, the first privately developed liquid-fuel space launch vehicle to do so.
|SpaceX's Falcon 1 rocket achieved the class in its fourth attempt, which is liquid-propelized orbal launch vehicle with private funding.
|The country of Iran successfully tested long -range missiles. It comes amid controversy over the country's nuclear enhancement program. The field of missiles has the ability to reach American military bases and as far as in Israel.
|For Oxopia and other East African countries, Oxfam launched an emergency appeal for £ 9.5 million. This is to help fight the worst drought in a decade.
|Business-software giant Oracle Sain Francisco files a case in the US District Court in Francisco. It is being alleged that Micron Technology, the company making memory chips, connivated with other manufacturers to fix the prices.
|Japan asks South Korea to cancel a plan to construct a memorial for the Korean World War II 'Aam Women' near the Japanese Embassy in Sol in Sol.
|The World Health Organization says that the already unknown Corona virus, which originated from Saudi Arabia, is not highly contagious.
|A 6.8 magnitude earthquake occurred in the Pakistani province of Balochistan. It was a major aftershock that killed at least 515 people in the same area four days after the 7.7 magnitude earthquake.
|Pompei The Great was murdered on the orders of Egyptian King Tolemy, when he landed in Egypt after a decisive defeat by Julius Caesar in the Battle of Phalslas.