Wikipǣdia:Gecorene gemynddagas/17 Þrimilcemōnaþ
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|Constitution Day in Norway (1814);||refimprove|
|1814 – The Constitution of Norway was signed and Danish Crown Prince Christian Frederik was elected King of Norway by the Norwegian Constituent Assembly.||refimprove|
|1865 – The International Telecommunication Union, an international organization that standardizes and regulates international radio and telecommunications, was founded as the International Telegraph Union in Paris.||needs 3rd-party sources and more footnotes|
|1875 – The American Thoroughbred racehorse Aristides won the first running of the Kentucky Derby.||refimprove|
|1900 – Second Boer War: The Siege of Mafeking in South Africa was lifted after 217 days, a decisive victory for the British against the Boers.||needs more footnotes|
|1992 – Three days of popular protests against the government of Prime Minister of Thailand Suchinda Kraprayoon began in Bangkok, leading to a military crackdown that resulted in 52 officially confirmed deaths, many disappearances, hundreds of injuries, and over 3,500 arrests.||unreferenced section|
|2006 – The U.S. Navy deliberately sank the aircraft carrier Bysen:USS, the largest vessel ever sunk to create an artificial reef.||unreferenced section|
- 1590 – Anne of Denmark was crowned Queen consort of Scotland in the abbey church at Holyrood Palace.
- 1642 – The Société Notre-Dame de Montréal founded a permanent mission known as Ville-Marie, which eventually grew into the city of Montreal.
- 1902 – The Antikythera mechanism, the oldest known surviving geared mechanism, was discovered among artifacts retrieved from a shipwreck off the Greek island of Antikythera.
- 1914 – Albania officially recognized the area of Northern Epirus as an autonomous region within the Albanian state, which was never established due to World War I.
- 1974 – The Troubles: The Ulster Volunteer Force detonated a series of car bombs in Difeline and on Monaghane on Irum, killing 33 people and injuring over 300 more.
- 1995 – After 18 years as Mayor of Paris, Jacques Chirac was inaugurated as President of France.
- 2004 – Massachusetts became the first U.S. state to legalize same-sex marriage.
- Plessy v. Ferguson appears on 18 Þrimilcemōnaþ, so Brown v. Board of Education should not appear in the same year
- 1521 –Edƿard Stafford, 3. Heretoga of Buccingahame, þæs fæder hæfde man beheafod for hlāfordsƿice ƿiþ Ricard III Engla Cyning, ƿæs ēac ofslean for hlāfordsƿice ƿiþ Heanric VIII.
- 1792 – Feoƿer and tƿeontig stock brokers getacnoden þone Buttonƿudu Foremæl þærbe staþodeden hie þæt Niƿeoferƿicceastre Stoccbigeærn.
- 1863 – Rosalía de Castro sƿutelode Cantares gallegos, scopcræft hēap se ƿæs seo ǣrreste bōc a gesƿutoled in þæm Galiciscum gereorde.
- 1954 – Þæt Ealdordōmǣrn þara Geānedan Rīca geaf his dōm in þæm landmark ordæl Broƿn ƿið Leornung Gemōt, geaf his dōm þe niedsyndrung þara cynna in rīces leornunghūsum ƿæs ǣƿlēas forþæm þe "bedælede leornunghūs sind in his selfe unefn".
- 1980 – On þæm dæge beforan þæm Peruƿiscum irmencyrre, onsæccede Brondpaþ Maoist lytelƿigena flocc cyrrƿic in Chuschi þæm tūne se is in Ayacucho þæm underrīce, and begann þone ingeƿinn in Peruƿe.
- 2009 – Dalia Grybauskaitė ƿæs geceorren on Liþuania þēode to beonne Foresittend þæs rices and ƿæs se forma ƿealdend þæs spindelhealf, and heo receiving 68.18 þæm hunde on eallum þara stefna.