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|1647 – Peter Stuyvesant arrived in New Amsterdam to replace Willem Kieft as Director-General of New Netherland, the Dutch colonial settlement in present-day New York City.||refimprove|
|1867 – The major powers in Europe signed the Second Treaty of London to solve the Luxembourg Crisis between France and Prussia over the political status of Luxembourg.||no 3rd party refs|
|1918 – Tapa Tchermoeff became the only Prime Minister of the short-lived Mountainous Republic of the Northern Caucasus.||neither article has footnotes|
|1949 – Siam was officially renamed Thailand, a name unofficially in use since 1939.||refimprove, POV, date not verified, section too long|
|1960 – Israeli Mossad agents captured Adolf Eichmann, a Nazi leader and fugitive war criminal who was sometimes referred to as "the architect of the Holocaust", hiding in Argentina.||appears on December 15|
|1985 – During an association football match between Bradford City and Lincoln City in Bradford, England, a flash fire consumed one side of the Valley Parade stadium, killing 56 attendees.||reads like essay|
- 330 – The city of Byzantium was consecrated as Constantinople, the new capital of the Roman Empire under Emperor Constantine the Great.
- 1745 – War of the Austrian Succession: French forces defeated the Anglo-Dutch-Hanoverian "Pragmatic Army" at the Battle of Fontenoy in the Austrian Netherlands in present day Belgium.
- 1812 – In the lobby of the British House of Commons, Spencer Perceval became the only British Prime Minister to be assassinated.
- 1880 – A land dispute between the Southern Pacific Railroad and settlers in Hanford, California, turned deadly when a gun battle broke out, leaving seven dead.
- 1894 – In response to a 28 percent wage cut, 4,000 Pullman Palace Car Company workers went on a strike in Illinois, bringing rail traffic west of Chicago to a halt.
- 1910 – Glacier National Park, located in the U.S. state of Montana, was designated a national park.
- 1997 – Deep Blue became the first computer to win a match against a world chess champion, when it defeated Garry Kasparov in six games.
- 868 – A copy of the Diamond Sutra was printed on Seringum, þæt is þisses ƿoruldes ieldste dated beþryccode bōc
- 1792 – Robert Gray sciphlaford ƿeard became the first recorded European to navigate Columbia Ēa in ƿesternum Norðamerican.
- 1813 – Ƿilliam Laƿson, Gregory Blaxland and Ƿilliam Ƿentƿorþ onfōron ƿestƿeard of Sydney on fare þe hie mōtan be þa ǣrrestan first menn of hƿītan blōde þe gangan geond þæm Blue Beorgum.
- 1858 – Minnesota ƿæs ūt Minnesota Landscipes ēastdæl bedaled and admitted as the 32nd U.S. state.
- 1946 – Se Geānede Malægena Þēodisce Organisation, se is today Malægndes mæsta gyldcræftes hēap, ƿæs gestaþoled, originally to oppose the constitutional framework of the Malægena Gædes.
- 1996 – Gram snāƿstorm on Everest Beorge caused the deaths of eahta stigendas, and þæt gear ƿæs se bealofullosta gear þæs beorges stǣre.