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Emiliano Zapata (right) and his brother Eufemio Zapata
Akihito, Emperor of Japan
|1606 – The Charter of the Virginia Company of Lunden was established by Royal Charter by King James I of England with the purpose of establishing colonial settlements in North America.||need more footnotes|
|1741 – War of the Austrian Succession: Prussia defeated Austria at the Battle of Mollwitz in present-dæg Małujowice, Poland, cementing Prussian King Frederick II's authority over the newly conquered territory of Silesia.||needs more footnotes|
|1826 – Greek War of Independence: The inhabitants of the Greek town Missolonghi attempted to escape a year-long siege, but were caught by Turkish forces and slaughtered.||one source, no footnotes|
|1925 – The novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald (pictured) was first published.||original research, plot summary too long|
|1959 – Crown Prince Akihito, the future Emperor of Japan, wedded Michiko, the first commoner to marry into the Japanese Imperial Family.||refimprove|
|1963 – The U.S. Navy nuclear submarine Thresher sank with all hands lost during deep-diving tests in the North Atlantic Ocean.||refimprove|
|1968 – In the best-known maritime disaster in New Zealand's history, the inter-island ferry TEV Wahine capsized outside Wellington harbour, killing 53 of the 733 people on board.||refimprove section|
|1971 – In an attempt to thaw Sino-American relations, members of the American table tennis team entered the People's Republic of China for a weeklong visit.||needs more footnotes|
|1998 – The Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom signed the Belfast Agreement, a major step in the Northern Ireland peace process.||unreferenced section|
|2010 – A Tupolev Tu-154M aircraft carrying President of Poland Lech Kaczyński and other Polish officials crashed while attempting to land in heavy fog at Smolensk-North air base near Smolensk, Russia, killing all 96 on board.||neutrality disputed|
- 1710 – The Statute of Anne, the first fully-fledged law regulating copyright, entered into force in Great Britain.
- 1941 – Ōðru Ƿoruldgūþ: Ðæt Croatia Frēorīce ƿæs gestaðoled, mid Ustaše floctoga Ante Pavelić sƿa hēafodman þæs puppet leadƿeard þara Axis powers.
- 1992 – Nagorno-Karabakh Gewinn: Fēoƿertig Armeniscu ierðlingas and burgmenn ƿæron ofslōgen in Maraga on Azerbaicgane.
- 1815 – Tambora Beorg on Indonesie begann one of the most violent abyrstum in bōcstǣre, and acƿeall 71,000 menn, and affecting ƿorludƿīd temperatures for tƿǣm gearum þæreft.
- 1858 – Big Ben, sēo belle in the Ƿestminsterhealles belhūse in Lundne, ƿæs gegoten æfter þe sēa ǣrgegoten belle bærst in hiere fandunge.
- 1868 – British fyrding on Sigelheaƿas endode in micel sige þærof fliemedon þone Sigelhearƿa here and Þeodoros II Sigelhearƿena Cāsere stearf be his agnum handa.
- 1912 – RMS Titanic þæt scip begann his unƿyrd mægþfare of Sūþhamtūne on Englum, fīf nihte beforan þe hit sanc.
- 1919 – Emiliano Zapata Mexicisces Uphebbunge heretoga ƿæs gescoten þe he stearf nēah Ciudad Ayala, Morelos.
- 2009 – Josefa Iloilo Brego Ficgīega Foresittend asƿutolede þe he hæfde geilded þā grundgesetnesse and anām eall geƿeald in þæm rīce æfter þe se dōmærn dēmede ðe se leodƿeard under Frank Bainimarama Forma Þegn ƿæs ūtlagu.