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|Kamehameha Day in Hawaii;||needs more ofotnotes|
|1492 – Hundred Years' War: Joan of Arc's first offensive battle, the Battle of Jargeau, begins.||no footnotes|
|1770 – The Bysen:HMS, carrying English explorer James Cook, ran aground on the Great Barrier Reef, sustaining considerable damage.||refimprove section, unreferenced section|
|1892 – The Salvation Army's Limelight Department, one of the world's earliest film studios, was officially established in Melbourne, Australia.||no footnotes|
|1937 – Marshal Mikhail Tukhachevsky and several senior officers of the Soviet Red Army were convicted for belonging to a Trotskyist organization in a secret trial during the Great Purge.||refimprove|
|1938 – The Battle of Wuhan began, lasting four and a half months, the longest and largest battle of the entire Second Sino-Japanese War.||refimprove|
|1972 – An excursion train derailed on a sharp curve at Eltham Well Hall station in Eltham, London, killing 6 people and injuring 126 others.||needs more footnotes|
|1978 – A group of Urdu-speaking students led by Altaf Hussain founded the All Pakistan Muttahidda Students Organization political student organisation, a forerunner to the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, at the University of Karachi.||cleanup required, missing citations|
|2008 – Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper apologised to the First Nations for past governments' policies of forced assimilation.||section too long|
- 1345 – Inspecting a new prison without being escorted by his bodyguard, Alexios Apokaukos, megas doux of the Byzantine Navy, was lynched and killed by the prisoners.
- 1776 – The Second Continental Congress appointed Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman, and Robert R. Livingston to the Committee of Five to draft a declaration of independence for Britain's Thirteen Colonies.
- 1594 – In the Philippines, Philip II of Spain recognized the right to govern of the Principalía, the local nobles and chieftains who had converted to Roman Catholicism.
- 1917 – Alexander was crowned King of Greece, succeeding his father Constantine, who had abdicated.
- 1920 – During their national convention in Chicago, U.S. Republican Party leaders gathered in a room at the Blackstone Hotel to come to a consensus on their candidate for the U.S. presidential election, leading the Associated Press to first coin the political phrase "smoke-filled room".
- 1955 – More than 80 people were killed after Pierre Levegh and Lance Macklin collided during the 23rd running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans sports car endurance race.
- 1962 – American criminals Clarence Anglin, John Anglin and Frank Morris escaped from Alcatraz Island, one of the United States' most famous prisons.
- 1963 – Thich Quang Duc Fietnamisc munuc gebærnet him oþ dēaþ in Saigon to protest the persecution of Buddhists be þæm lēodwearde þærof wæs Ngo Dinh Diem Sūþfietnamisc Foresittend.
- 2007 – Mudslides caused by heavy monsoon rainfall killed 130 people in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
- 1775 – Machias Sǣfēoht, se forma sǣfēoht þǣre Americaniscan Uphebbunggūðe, featede man in and ymbe Machias hȳð in þǣm stede þe is nū in ēasternum Maine.
- 1847 – Afonso forþferede and he ƿæs tƿegen ƿinterield, and þy ƿæs his fæder Petrus II, se ƿæs se endmesta Brasil Cāsere, būton ierfa þæs spēarhealfes.
- 1956 – Seo siexedæglang Gal Oya Ahebbung, se ƿæs se forma cynnahebbung ƿiþ þā Tāprabanan Tamilas æfter Tāprabane ƿeard sundorrīce, begann, and in þisre acƿeall 150 menn and 100 ƿæron gederod.
- 1963 – Alabaman Eormengield ƿæs unbedæled æfter George Ƿallace Alabaman Greca astepped æfter he hæfde stōd ƿiþ nīƿe gebrōhted sƿeartmenn.