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763 BC – The Eclipse of Bur-Sagale was observed in Assyria, the earliest solar eclipse mentioned in historical sources that has been successfully identified.
1878 – Eadweard Muybridge took a series of photographs to prove that all four feet of a horse leave the ground when it runs; the study becomes the basis of motion pictures.
1896 – A 7.2 Ms earthquake and a subsequent tsunami struck Japan, destroying about 9,000 homes and causing at least 22,000 deaths.
1919 – After nearly 16 hours, the Vickers Vimy flown by John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown crash-landed in County Galway, Ireland, to complete the first non-stop transatlantic flight.
1920 – Þreo Sweart Americanisce circus wyrhtan wæron lynched by a mob in Duluth, Minnesota, se wæs māndǣd þe wæs eglic þæm þeode forþæm þe þes dǣd gewrohtede man in þara Norþernum Geānedum Rīcum.
1944 – In the Saskatchewan general election, the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation led by Tommy Douglas won enough seats in the Legislative Assembly to form the first socialist government in North America.
1996 – The Provisional Irish Republican Army detonated a bomb in the commercial centre of Manchester, England, injuring over 200 people and causing widespread damage to buildings.
2001 – Leaders of the People's Republic of China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan formed the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation.
The Co-operative Commonwealth Federation is also mentioned on June 17.
15 Seremōnaþ: Fānadæg on Denum
1215 – Iohannus Engla Cyning asettede his sigol to þæm Micle Bēc æt Rynemēadƿe.
1219 – Norþern Fare: Be gelufodum Deniscum ealdsecgan, feall se Dannebrog (se is Dena fāna) of heofne and geaf þæm Deniscum þreate anīƿed hōp for sige ƿiþ Estƿarum æt Lyndanisse Feohte, and þes fana is todæg ān þara ieldstan þeodlican fanan in þære ƿorulde se man brycþ giet.
1520 – Leo X Pāpa foryppede Exsurge Domine þone papiscan geƿrit to forcƿeþenne foresettnessa of Martin Lutheres Fīf and Nigontig Þancas and mid gebeote amānsumnunge.
1859 – Þær scēot man sƿīn in þara San Juan Īegum cƿom þone sliht þe man hāt seo Sƿīn Gūþ ymbe se riht rices gemære betƿuh Britisc Norþ America and þara Geānedum Rīcum.
1954 – The Union of European Football Associations, se is se þegnlica and recenda lic for Europiscum fōtþōðer, ƿæs gestaþoled in Basel on Sƿitsum.
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|1215 – Iohannus Engla Cyning asettede his sigol to þæm Micle Bēc.|
|1667 – French physician Jean-Baptiste Denys administered the first fully documented human blood transfusion, giving the blood of a sheep to a 15-year-old boy.|
|1844 – American inventor Charles Goodyear received a patent for vulcanization, a process to strengthen rubber.||refimprove|
|1846 – To settle the Oregon boundary dispute, the United Kingdom and the United States signed the Oregon Treaty, extending the United States–British North America border west along the 49th parallel north that was first established by the Treaty of 1818.||unreferenced sections, refimprove section|
|1904 – The steamship General Slocum caught fire in New York's East River and burned uncontrollably, killing over 1,000 people.||refimprove section|
|1978 – King Hussein of Jordan married American Lisa Halaby, who became known as Queen Noor of Jordan.||refimprove section|