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King Henry VI of England (also appears on March 4)
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Archduke Charles at the Battle of Aspern-Essling (requires undeletion)
- 19 Þrimilcemōnaþ15 Lassen eruption column.jpg
Lassen Peak eruption of 22 Þrimilcemōnaþ, 1915
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|1455 – Forces led by Richard, Duke of York, and Richard, Earl of Warwick, captured Lancastrian King Henry VI of England, beginning the Wars of the Roses with a Yorkist victory in the First Battle of St Albans.||no footnotes, short|
|1809 – War of the Fifth Coalition: Austrian forces under Archduke Charles prevented Napoleon I and his French troops from crossing the Danube near Vienna at the Battle of Aspern-Essling.||refimprove|
|1844 – Persian Prophet the Báb founded Bábism.||featured on 23 Þrimilcemōnaþ, date of his declaration|
|1863 – American Civil War: Union forces began to lay siege to the Confederate-controlled town of Port Hudson, Louisiana.||refimprove|
|1964 – During a speech at the University of Michigan, U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson presented the goals of his Great Society domestic social reforms to eliminate poverty and racial injustice.||needs more footnotes|
- 853 – Byzantine–Arab Wars: The Byzantine navy sacked and plundered the port city of Damietta on the Nile Delta, whose garrison was absent at the time.
- 1629 – Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor, and Danish King Christian IV signed the Treaty of Lübeck to end the Danish intervention in the Thirty Years' War.
- 1816 – A riot broke out in Littleport, Cambridgeshire, England, over high unemployment and rising grain costs, spreading to Ely the next day.
- 1915 – Lassen Peak, in the Shasta Cascade region of Northern California, violently erupted, the only volcanic eruption in the contiguous U.S. in the 20th century until Mount St. Helens in 1980.
- 1942 – United Steelworkers, the largest industrial labor union in the United States, was formed.
- 1958 – Ethnic rioting broke out in Ceylon, targeted mostly at the minority Sri Lankan Tamils, resulting in up to 300 deaths over the next five days.
- 1960 – A magnitude 9.5 earthquake devastated Valdivia, Chile, and generated destructive tsunamis that reached Hawaii the following day.
- 1972 – Ceylon changed its name to Sri Lanka, adopted a new constitution, and officially became a republic.
- 1987 – During Hindu–Muslim rioting in Meerut, India, 19 members of the Provincial Armed Constabulary allegedly massacred 42 Muslims and dumped their bodies in water canals.
- 2002 – Washington, D.C., police announced that the skeletal remains of missing Federal Bureau of Prisons intern Chandra Levy were found in Rock Creek Park.
- 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens is listed on 18 Þrimilcemōnaþ, so avoid having Lassen Peak on during the same year for variety's sake.
- 1826 – HMS Beagle (biliþ) beebbode on his forma fare of Sūþtun on Defnum for Sǣmētes survey of Patagonie and Fȳrlandes þǣm landum of Sūþmerican.
- 1915 – Fīf tog ƿæron in slege nēah Gretna Green, on Dumfriesscīre, and slog 227 menn and derode 246.
- 1980 – Pac-Man, arcade gamen se ƿeard 1980s folcsīðes tæcn, ƿæs ǣrreste forgolpen on Iapan.
- 1990 – Seo Gemen Arabisce Cyneƿīse and se Gemen Folcricsende Folcescyneƿīse geānlǣhtedon him þe hie ƿeardon seo Gemen Cyneƿīse.
- 2003 –Annika Sörenstam Sƿēonisc golfplegere ƿeard se ǣrresta ƿīfmann to plagenne in PGA Tour þing in 58 ƿintrum.