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Leopold and Loeb
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|879 – Pope John VIII officially recognised Croatia as an independent state, and Branimir as its Duke.||refimprove|
|1758 – Frencisc and Scræling Gūþ: Mary Campbell seo wæs tiene winterield mægþ, wæs of hiere eard on Pennsylvanie home by members of þæs Scrǣling flocc Lenape, likely became the first white child to travel to the Connecticut Western Reserve.||refimprove, lead too short|
|1879 – War of the Pacific: Two Peruvian ironclads led by Miguel Grau Seminario attempted to lift the blockade of Iquique by Chilean battleships under Arturo Prat at the Battle of Iquique.||refimprove|
|1881 – Clara Barton founded the American Red Cross.||refimprove|
|1982 – Falklands War: The United Kingdom began a major amphibious assault on the shores of San Carlos Water.||refimprove|
|2006 – The Montenegrin independence referendum was held in Montenegro, with 55.5 percent of the voters favouring independence from the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.||refimprove section|
|2010 – The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency launched IKAROS, the first spacecraft to successfully demonstrate solar sail technology in interplanetary space.||outdated|
- 1674 – John III Sobieski, elected by the szlachta, became the monarch of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
- 1856 – A crowd of about 800 pro-slavery Americans ransacked the town of Lawrence, Kansas.
- 1904 – The Fédération Internationale de Football Association, the international sport governing body of association football, was founded in Paris.
- 1911 – Mexican President Porfirio Díaz and the revolutionary Francisco Madero signed the Treaty of Ciudad Juárez to put an end to the fighting between the forces of both men, and thus concluding the initial phase of the Mexican Revolution.
- 1924 – University of Chicago students Richard Loeb and Nathan Leopold, Jr. murdered a 14-year-old boy in a thrill killing out of a desire to commit a perfect crime.
- 1927 – Aboard the Spirit of St. Louis, American aviator Charles Lindbergh completed the first solo non-stop transatlantic flight, flying from Roosevelt Field near New York City to Paris – Le Bourget Airport.
- 1946 – Manhattan Project physicist Louis Slotin accidentally triggered a fission reaction at the Los Alamos National Laboratory and gave himself a lethal dose of hard radiation, making him the second victim of a criticality accident in history.
- 1981 – The Italian government released the membership list of Propaganda Due, an illegal pseudo-Masonic lodge that had been implicated in numerous Italian crimes and mysteries.
- 1996 – Algerian Civil War: The remains of seven French Trappist monks who had been kidnapped in Algeria nearly two months earlier were found.
- 1998 – Indonesian President Suharto resigned following the collapse of support for his three-decade-long reign.
- 1403 – Heanric III Castile Cyning sendede sand to Timures heall to discuss the possibility of an alliance betƿuh Timur and Castile ƿiþ þæt Oþomaniscan Rīce.
- 1863 – Seo Seofenþ-dæg Tocyme Cirice, Oncƿedend flocc distinguished by its emphasis on Iesuses imminent Ōðru Tocyme, ƿæs in Battle Creek on Michigan gestaþoled.
- 1894 – Se Mameceaster Scipryne se is micel gedelf se helncþ Mameceaster on Lonceasterscīre to þæm Iriscan Sǣ, opnede, and ƿæs in his dæge þisse ƿorulde mæsta scipes gedelf.
- 1979 – Uphebbung ætbystede on San Francisco æfter Dan Ƿhite se ƿæs ær Ƿeorcgerēfa anfeng dōm anlic for selfƿillan manslihte æfter þe he acƿeallede George Moscone Burgealdor and Harvey Milk opene sodomitisc ƿeorcgerēfa.
- 1991 – Rajiv Gandhi se ƿæs ǣr Indea Forma Þegn ofslōg man in Sriperumbudur se is on Tamil Nadu.