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Belimpas[adiht | adiht fruman]
- 1191 - Ricard I Engla Cyning marries Berengaria of Navarre.
- 1264 - The Battle of Lewes, between Heanrige III Cyninge and þǣm swican Simone de Montfort beginneþ.
- 1328 - Nicholas V þone Wiðpāpan, sē bespræce þone pāpdōme, hādaþ sē Biscop of Uenice in Rōme.
- 1551 - National University of San Marcos, þæt ieldste lārhūs in Sūðamerice, wæs gestaðoled in Liman, Peru.
- 1588 - French Wars of Religion: Heanrig III Francena Cyning flīemeþ Paris æfter Heanrig of Guise cymþ in þā ceastre.
- 1689 - Willelm III Grēatne Bryten Cyning befēgaþ mid þǣm Augsburg Þoftscipe þæt āginneþ wig wiþ Franclande.
- 1780 - American Revolutionary War: Charleston, Sūþcarolina ānimaþ Byittisc þrēat.
- 1797 - First Coalition: Napoleon I Francena Casere conquers Venice.
- 1864 - American Civil War: Battle of Spotsylvania Court House: The "Bloody Angle" - thousands of Union and Confederate soldiers die.
- 1870 - Manitoba weorþ Canadan underrīce.
- 1873 - Oscar II of Swēolande and Norþwege geþēþ Swēolandes cynehelm.
- 1881 - In Norþaffrice, Tunisia weorþ Frencisc weardscipe.
- 1885 - North-West Rebellion: The fēower-daga Batoche Beadu, hwǣrin fēohtedon Frenciscan Canadan wiþ þǣm Canadiscan lēodweard, endeþ mid sige for þǣm lēodwearde.
- 1890 - The first ever official County Championship match begins. Eoferwicscīr beat Gleawceasterscīre by eight wickets at Bricgstōw. George Ulyett scores the first hundred in the competition.
- 1926 - UK General Strike 1926: In þǣm Geānlǣhtan Cynerīce, a nigon-daga general strike by trade unions endeð.
- 1932 - Ten weeks after his abduction, the infant son of Charles Lindbergh is found dead in Hopewell, New Jersey just a few miles from the Lindbergh's home.
- 1937 - Coronation of King George VI of Britain æt Westmynster.
- 1942 - World War II: Second Battle of Kharkov - In the ēastern Ucrǣgn, the Soviet Army initiates a major offensive. During the battle the Soviets will capture the city of Kharkov from the Þēodisc Army, only to be encircled and destroyed.
- 1949 - Cold War: The Soviet Union lifts its Blockade of Berlin.
- 1958 - A formal North American Aerospace Defense Command agreement is signed between the United States and Canada.
- 1962 - Douglas MacArthur delivers his famous "Duty, Honor, Country" valedictory speech at West Point.
- 1965 - The Soviet spacecraft Luna 5 crashes on þǣm Mōne.
- 1966 - Busch Memorial Stadium, home of the St. Louis Cardinals major league baseball team, opens in St. Louis, Missouri.
- 1967 - At Queen Elizabeth Hall, England, Pink Floyd stages the first-ever quadraphonic rock concert.
- 1972 - The Rolling Stones release Exile On Main Street, often considered their best album.
- 1975 - Mayagüez incident: The Cambodisca sciphere seizes the Americisca cēapmanna scip SS Mayaguez in international waters.
- 1978 - In Zaire, rebels occupy the city of Kolwezi, the mining center of the province of Shaba. The government of Zaire asks the U.S., France and Belgium to restore order.
- 1989 A Southern Pacific Railroad freight train derails on Duffy Street on the very steep Cajon Pass in San Bernadino, California
- 1999 - David Steel weorþ sē forma Foresittinggerēfa (spǣcere) þæs Scyttisce Witenagemōt.
- 2000 - The Tate Modern art gallery opens in Lundene.
- 2001 - In Cēapmannahǣfn, Denemearc, Tanel Padar & Dave Benton win the forty-sixth Eurovision Song Contest for Estlande singing "Everybody".
- 2002 - Jimmy Carter Ealdforsittend arrives in Cuba for a five-day visit with Fidel Castro becoming first Forsittend þāra Geānlǣhtan Rīca, in or out of office, to visit þæt īegland siþðan Castroes 1959 revolution.
Byrda[adiht | adiht fruman]
- 1496 - Gustav I Swēolandes (d. 1560)
- 1590 - Cosimo II de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany (d. 1621)
- 1670 - King Frederick Augustus I of Poland (d. 1733)
- 1803 - Justus von Liebig, chemist (d. 1873)
- 1820 - Florence Nightingale, nurse (d. 1910)
- 1828 - Dante Gabriel Rossetti, poet, painter (d. 1882)
- 1845 - Gabriel Faurē, composer (d. 1924)
- 1850 - Henry Cabot Lodge, U.S. statesman (d. 1924)
- 1880 - Lincoln Ellsworth - American scientist and polar explorer (d. 1951)
- 1889 - Otto Frank, wrītere, fæder þǣre Anne Frank (d. 1980)
- 1892 - Fritz Kortner, director (d. 1970)
- 1899 - Indra Devi, yogi (d. 2002)
- 1900 - Helene Weigel, actress (d. 1971)
- 1907 - Katharine Hepburn, actress (d. 2003)
- 1910 - Charles B. Fulton, American jurist (d. 1996)
- 1910 - Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin, chemist (d. 1994)
- 1912 - Archibald Cox, U.S. Solicitor General and Watergate special prosecutor
- 1914 - Howard K. Smith, journalist (d. 2002)
- 1918 - Julius Rosenberg, spy (d. 1953)
- 1921 - Joseph Beuys, artist (d. 1986)
- 1921 - Farley Mowat, wrītere, naturalist
- 1924 - Tony Hancock, comedian (d. 1968)
- 1925 - Yogi Berra, Baseball Hall of Famer
- 1928 - Burt Bacharach, composer
- 1935 - Felipe Alou, Major League Baseball manager
- 1936 - Frank Stella, painter
- 1936 - Tom Snyder, journalist, TV personality
- 1937 - George Carlin, comedian
- 1942 - Ian Dury, rock star (d. 2000)
- 1948 - Steve Winwood, singer ("Blind Faith", "Traffic")
- 1950 - Bruce Boxleitner, actor
- 1950 - Billy Squier, singer/songwriter
- 1950 - Gabriel Byrne, actor
- 1955 - Kix Brooks, musician
- 1957 - Erik von Stronheim, director
- 1962 - Emilio Estevez, actor
- 1963 - Vanessa Williams, actress
- 1964 - Brett Gurewitz, guitarist for Bad Religion and NOFX
- 1966 - Stephen Baldwin, actor
- 1968 - Tony Hawk, skateboarding legend
- 1969 - Kim Fields, actress
- 1970 - Mike Weir, Canadian golfer, 2003 Masters champion
- 1975 - Jonah Lomu, New Zealand rugby player
- 1977 - Graeme Dott, Scottish snooker player
- 1978 - Jason Biggs, actor (American Pie)
- 1995 - Jean Carlos Chera, Brazilian football prodigy
- 1995 - Sawyer Sweeten, actor
- 1995 - Sullivan Sweeten, actor
Dēaðas[adiht | adiht fruman]
- 1003 - Pope Silvester II
- 1012 - Pope Sergius IV
- 1641 - Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford (b. 1593)
- 1684 - Edme Mariotte (b. 1620), French physicist and priest
- 1700 - John Dryden, poet (b. 1631)
- 1845 - Jānos Bacsanyi, Hungarian poet (b. 1763)
- 1867 - Friedrich William Eduard Gerhard, German archaeologist (b. 1795)
- 1884 - Bedřich Smetana, Czech composer (b. 1824)
- 1889 - John Cadbury, founder of chocolate company Cadbury (b. 1801)
- 1907 - Joris-Karl Huysmans, French author (b. 1848)
- 1925 - Amy Lowell, poet (b. 1874)
- 1935 - Jōsef Piłsudski, father of modern Poland (b. 1867)
- 1944 - Max Brand, author
- 1944 - Q, British writer (b. 1863)
- 1956 - Louis Calhern, silent film actor (b. 1895)
- 1963 - Bobby Kerr, Canadian sprinter (b. 1882)
- 1967 - John Masefield, British poet and writer (b. 1878)
- 1971 - Heinie Manush, Baseball Hall of Famer (b. 1901)
- 1985 - Jean Dubuffet, painter (b. 1901)
- 1986 - Elisabeth Bergner, actress (b. 1897)
- 1992 - Robert Reed, actor, The Brady Bunch (b. 1932)
- 1994 - John Smith leader of British Labour Party (b. 1938)
- 2000 - Adam Petty, NASCAR driver (b. 1980)
- 2001 - Perry Como, singer (b. 1912)
- 2003 - Sadruddin Aga Khan, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees 1965 - 1977
Symbeldagas and observances[adiht | adiht fruman]
- Israel - Yom Ha'atzma'ut (Israeli Independence Day) for 2005: the observed date of this national holiday is determined by the Jewish Calendar.
- International Nursing Day
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