|Following the invasion of England and Burgundy, France entered into a treaty with England, with Lewis XI to free from Charles Bold, Duke of Bargandi to deal with the danger generated by Duke of Bargandi.
|Ottoman-Hungary War-Luis II, the last Jagelionian king of Hungary and Bohemia, died when Suleman was defeated by Ottomanforce under the leadership of Suleman at the Bang of Moax.
|The British defeated the Portuguese at the Battle of Surat.
|The forces of the Bishops's war-shotish covenant led by Alexanderlaslie defeated the English army near Newbern, England.
|The city of Nucle was established as Fort Gate-Hub by Royal Governor Claus Parc in Greenland.
|Edmund Hole published his "short treatise" on the card game Whist.
|The invasion of Persia's Frederick II Saxony began a seven-year war on the continent.
|Under the leadership of Daniel shares, the disgruntled peasants in WesternMaisachusetts, US, who were angry with high tax burden and dissatisfaction, began the Sase Rebellion.
|Massacre of Tranent: British soldiers attack protesters against enforced recruitment to militia in Trent, Scotland, killing 12 people.
|Portugal recognized the independence of Brazil.
|Michael Faraday discovered electromagnetic induction, making Faraday's rule of induction.
|Michael Faraday of Britain performed the Elektr Transformer for the first time.
|The British Parliament called for Factory Acts to limit child labor.
|The British Slave Abolition Act took the form of law.
|Great Britain and China signed the Treaty of Nanking.
|Great Britain and China signed the Treaty of Nanning, the opium war ended.
|The German composer Richard Wagner's romantic opera was performed under the direction of Franz Liste in Vemar, the first, with a bridal chorus in Lohengrain.
|Gottlib Daimler patented the world's first internal combotor bicycle, retvagen.
|Major Hockey player Major Dhyanchand was born in Allahabad. He participated in three Olympic Games and played a key role in bringing gold to the team.
|The first radio advertisement is aired on Weaf-Aam in New York City.
|The Maffire Hotel opened in St. Louis City, Missouri.
|Sefd massacre in 1929; In which 18–20 Jews were killed by Palestinian Arabs in Sefd.
|St. Killed, the last 36 residents of Scotland, are now a UNESCO WorldHeritrat site for their natural and cultural properties, voluntarily given to Moven.
|Toyota Motors, now Japan's largest vehicle manufacturer, was away from Toyota Industries as an independent company.
|The German instjkamando killed 1469 Jewish children in Russia.
|The Soviet Union investigated its first atomic bomb, known as First Lightning or 1 in Semalapaltinsk, Kazakhstan.
|The Soviet Union conducted its first nuclear test, exploding 22 -Kilotan RDS -1.
|The then Soviet Russia detonated the first hydrogen bomb.
|The Congress passed the Civil Rights Act, 1957.
|Famous pop singer Michael Jackson was born.
|During a large political rally by Washington, DC, Martinluon King, Junior gave his 'I have a dream' speech from the steps of Lincoln Memorial, describing his wish for the future where black white is with harmony with harmony Will reconcile.
|Crown Prince Harald of Norway married Sona Harlesson for 9 years in Oslo.
|Followers of Lord Shri Rajneesh deliberately carried out the first and only biotarist attack in the history of Oregonella, with Salmonella in The Dalce.
|Italian trader Liber Grassi was killed by Sicilianmafia after publicly taken against his forced recovery demands.
|US President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore were renamed at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago.
|All 141 people aboard the Vanukovo Airlines crash in the Spitsbergen hill of the Arctic island.
|NASA's flawed work culture was blamed for the Columbia spacecraft crash.
|Hurricane Katrina's storm gave rise to several violations around New Orleans, causing floods about 80% of the city and drowned surrounding areas for a week.
|Three more people have been accused of terrorism acts on the alleged transatalantic aircraft plot of 2006, including a total of eleven suspects.
|NASA's internal investigation regarding heavy drinking among astronauts before the mission finds no evidence.
|Georgia cut the diplomatic ties with Russia after Russian recognition of South Oseshia and Abakhzia.
|Sumatra's Sinabung volcano exploded for the first time in 400 years, killing one and the citizens of Indonesia left in large numbers.
|Brazilian researchers claim that banana spider poison, in some cases, may help remove erectile dysfunction in less than 20 minutes.
|At least 26 Chinese workers were killed and 21 went missing in the Siaojiawan coal mine explosion in Sichuan province in China.
|Ebola spreads in Senegal when a 21 -year -old man becomes the first reported case due to the recent contact with Giney's victims.