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|1642 – First English Civil War: The Royalist army engaged the much larger Parliamentarian army at the Battle of Turnham Green near Turnham Green, Middlesex.||unreferenced section|
|1965 – The steamship SS Yarmouth Castle burned and sank about 60 miles (100 km) northwest of Nassau, Bahamas, killing about 90 people.||refimprove|
|2000 – Joseph Estrada became the first President of the Philippines to be impeached after he was accused of taking a sum of 400 million pesos in bribes from illegal gambling sources.||refimprove section|
- 1002 – King Æthelred II ordered the massacre of all Danes in England.
- 1841 – Scottish surgeon James Braid first observed the operation of animal magnetism, which led to his study of the subject he eventually called hypnotism.
- 1914 – Zaian War: Zaian Berber tribesmen routed French forces in Morocco at the Battle of El Herri.
- 1927 – The Holland Tunnel, connecting New York City's Manhattan with Jersey City, New Jersey, under the Hudson River, opened.
- 1954 – Great Britain defeated France at the Parc des Princes in Paris to win the first Rugby League World Cup.
- 1982 – South Korean boxer Duk Koo Kim suffered fatal brain injuries during a match with American Ray Mancini near Las Vegas' Caesars Palace, leading to significant rule changes in the sport.
- 1985 – The volcano Nevado del Ruiz erupted, causing a volcanic mudslide that buried the town of Armero, Colombia, and killed approximately 23,000 people.
- 1990 – A man began shooting people indiscriminately in Aramoana, New Zealand, killing thirteen people in the country's deadliest criminal shooting.
- 1992 – The High Court of Australia ruled in Dietrich v The Queen that although there is no absolute right to have publicly funded counsel, in most circumstances a judge should grant any request for an adjournment or stay when an accused is unrepresented.
- 2007 – An explosion hit the Batasang Pambansa complex in Quezon City, the Philippines, killing Congressman Wahab Akbar and at least four others.
- 1002 – Æþelred II Engla Cyning het ofslean ealle ða Deniscan men þe on Angelcynne wæron on Bricius messedæg. forþon þam cynge wæs gecydd þæt hi woldon hine besyrewian æt his life.
- 1914 – Zaian Gūþ: Zaian Berber fylc hæfde miclen sige ofer Frenciscum þreat in Morocco æt þæm El Herri Beadu.
- 1927 – Se Holland Þyrel, se hlencþ connecting Manhatten seo īege on Nīweoferwicceaster mid Jersey City, New Jersey, under Hudson Ēa, opnede.
- 1966 – Se Israhēlisc Here wrohtede micel onsæcc ofer his landgemæro wið Samu þone þorp se wæs in þæm dagum on Iordanrīce, æfter al-Fatah land mine incident two days earlier neah se gemæro.
- 1982 – The Vietnam Veterans Memorial (pictured) in Constitution Gardens in Washington, D.C., was dedicated.
- 1989 – Hans-Adam II, se is todæg þæs rīces brego, fange to rīce æfter þe his fæder forþferde.