|The wars of Guelphs and Gibelins-The Lombard defeated the forces of the Holy Roman Empire at Legano, Lombardo, present Italy.
|Philip VI is called the king of France. Philip VI, called lucky and Valois, was the first king of France from the House of Valis. He ruled from 1328 to his death. Philip's rule was dominated by the results of the succession dispute. When the King Charles IV Fair died in 1328 without a male heir, the nearest male relative was his nephew Edward III of England, who inherited his claim through his mother Isabella, the sister of the deceased king.
|With the conquest of Constantinopal, the Byzantine Empire fell to the Ottomans.
|Dara Shukoh was completely defeated by Aurangzeb in the Battle of Samugarh near Agra. Dara was the successor of Shikoh's elder son and fifth Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. He was favored by his father and his sister Princess Jahaara Begum Sahib, but his younger brother Prince Muhiuddin defeated in a bitter struggle for the royal throne.
|Aurangzeb defeated Dara Shikoh at the Battle of Samugarh.
|The Treaty of Central Plantation established peace among Virginia colonists and local origin inhabitants. The treaty nominated those who were signed as "Assistant Tribes (s), ", which means that they their motherland regions, hunting and fishing rights, right to keep and holding weapons and other colonial He used to guarantee security, until he maintained obedience and subjugation. English Empire.
|Pope Benedict XIII was born Piero Orsini, who succeeded him as Pope in 245th.
|Peter-II became a Tsar of Russia at the age of 11.
|The American revolutionary war-A mainly loyal force rejected the surrender of the continental army soldiers and continued to kill Patriotsoldiers, including men who were not protesting.
|Rhode Island ratified the United States Constitution and became the last of the 13 original states to do so.
|Swedish operative Soprano Jenny Lind by Showman P. Tea. Ended a successful US concert tour under Barnam's management.
|The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce was established.
|By the Austro-Hungary Agreement, a Hungarian delegation, signed by Franz Joseph IOF Austria, was established by a Hungary delegation, Dorimonarki of Austria-Hungeri.
|The current constitution took effect in Switzerland.
|N 'Djamena, now the capital of Chad, was established as Fort-Lammy Buffren's Commander .Mile Mentil.
|English playwright w. S. Gilbert's lyricist pair of Gilbertland Sulivan died, while a young woman was saved from drowning in her lake.
|During the premiere of Igor Stravinsky's Ballet The Rit of Spring of the Theatre Des Champs-Elisis in Paris, the devotional nature of music and choreography caused a near-clothing in the audience.
|Ireland's ocean liner RMS, Queen, collided with a Storestad in the river Lawrence, with 1,012 riding on a ship.
|Tofilobraga became the President of Portugal.
|Gandhi ended his 21 -day fast due to '' untouchables'. He was fighting for the rights of Dalits or lower caste people of the community, who were considered untouchables and were stopped from entering the holy places. He coined the word Harijan for the untouchables.
|The most produced fighter aircraft was the first flight of Meschechit BF 109 of Inistor.
|Bing Crossbie recorded its version of the song 'White Christmas', which became the best -selling single ever, with more than 50 million copies of copies.
|An airplane crashed in a mountainous area on the Flugelag Islands, killing 25 people.
|The United Nations Peace Army Building-Created Nation Truses Supervision Organization. The United Nations Troubles Supervision Organization (UNTSO) is an organization established for peace installation in the Middle East. Its primary function was providing military command structure to the forces that maintains peace in the Middle East to enable those who maintain peace to follow and maintain the ceasefire, and as the parties aid a ceasefire agreement May be necessary for.
|Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norge became the first people to reach the summit of Mount Everest on the 39th birthday of Tenzing Norge. Sir Edmund Parival Hillary was a climber, explorer and philanthropist of New Zealand. Tenzing Norgi gave birth to Namgyal Wangdi and often known as Sherpa Tenzing, a Nepali Sherpa was a climber.
|Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay became the first to reach Mount Everest.
|The first annual Biladerberg Group of European countries and the United States leaders met in Oosterbik in the Netherlands.
|Charles de Gaulle became the President of France. He founded the Fifth Republic and was elected President of France, resigned from that post in 1969. He was one of the influential people in France during the Cold War era.
|United Russia did the underground nuclear test.
|Actor and founder of Prithvi Theater, Prithviraj Kapoor passed away.
|Follands War-About 1,000 Argentine surrendered, the battle of Goose Green ended.
|Follands War surrendered by about 1,000 Argentine soldiers, which ends the battle of Goose Green.
|Neil Bonnett recorded his 24th race in the world at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
|Before the European Cup final, a wall pressure of the Hasell Stadium in Brussels fell under football fans to avoid riots between Liverpool and Juventus, killing 39 people and injured more than 600 people.
|European Bank for Reconstruction and Development EBRD).
|56 died due to earthquake in South American country Peru.
|Civil power was established in Nigeria.
|NATO declared Russia a limited partner in the Western alliance. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, also known as the North Atlantic alliance, is an inter-governmental military alliance based on the North Atlantic Treaty, which was signed. The organization forms a system of collective defense under which its member countries agree to mutual defense in response to the attack by any external party.
|Mars Odissi finds signs of large snow accumulation on Mars. 2001 Mars Odyssey is a robotic spacecraft that is orbiting Mars. The project was developed by NASA, and Lockheed Martin was contracted. Its mission is to use a spectrometer and a thermal imagery to detect evidence of the past or current water and ice, as well as to study the geology and radiation environment of the planet.
|Rio Mori of Japan became Miss Universe 2007.
|Saint Paul-I began his term as Catholic Pope.