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1886 – King Ludwig II of Bavaria was found dead in Lake Starnberg near Munich under mysterious circumstances.
1966 – The Miranda v. Arizona landmark ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court established the Miranda warning, requiring law enforcement officials to advise a suspect in custody of his rights to remain silent and to obtain an attorney.
1969 – Governor of Texas Preston Smith signed a law converting a research arm of Texas Instruments into the University of Texas at Dallas.
1971 – The New York Times began to publish the Pentagon Papers, a 7,000-page top-secret United States Department of Defense history of the United States' political and military involvement in the Vietnam War.
1981 – English teenager Marcus Sarjeant fired six blank shots at Queen Elizabeth II as she rode down The Mall to the Trooping the Colour ceremony.
1996 – After an 81-day standoff sparked by their refusal to be evicted from their foreclosed property in Jordan, Montana, US, the Christian Patriot group Montana Freemen surrendered to the FBI.
1997 – In one of the worst fire tragedies in recent Indian history, 59 people died and 103 others were seriously injured during a premiere screening of the film Border at the Uphaar Cinema in Green Park, Delhi.
2010 – The Japanese Hayabusa space mission became the first to return samples of an asteroid (25143 Itokawa) to Earth for analysis.
1525 – Martin Luther beƿeddode Katharina von Bora, ƿið ðære Rēmiscan Cirican bebōd þe prēostas habbe hagosteald.
1805 – Þā menn þæs Leƿis and Clark Fares ƿeard þā ǣrrostan Hƿīt Americaƿare to sēonne þa Micel Feall þǣre Missouri Ēa.
1970 – "Se Langa Ƿeg and Beƿindan" ƿeard The Beatles' tƿentigoþ and endmesta ān-sette anfeald gesang on þāra Geānlǣhtedan Rīcum.
1983 – Pioneer 10 (his bord on biliðe) fōr ofer Neptunes hƿyrft, and þær ƿeard he se ǣrroste mangeƿrohtede þing to farenne ofer þā gecennedum dƿeligendan tunglas þǣre Sunnlican endebyrdnesse.
2007 – Haitham al-Badri se ār ƿæs Iraces leodƿeardes ambeht geƿrohtede a second bombing of the al-Askari Mosque, one of the holiest sites in Shia Islam.
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|1881 – An Arctic Ocean ice pack crushed the USS Jeannette during its expedition to the North Pole.||needs more footnotes|
|1898 – The Yukon Territory was formed in Canada, splitting from the Northwest Territories after the area's population substantially increased due to the Klondike Gold Rush.||outdated|
|1935 – In one of the biggest upsets in championship boxing, underdog James J. Braddock defeated Max Baer to become the heavyweight champion of the world.||Braddock and Baer both have unreferenced sections|
|1952 – Soviet warplanes shot down a Swedish military Douglas DC-3A-360 Skytrain carrying out signals intelligence gathering operations.||confusiing|
|1955 – Soviet geologists discovered a diamond-bearing deposit in Eastern Siberia, leading to the construction of the Mir mine (pictured), the first diamond mine in the USSR and the second-largest excavated hole in the world.||refimprove section|