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1622 – The Powhatan Confederacy under Chief Opchanacanough killed almost 350 English settlers around Jamestown, a third of the Colony of Virginia's population. unreferenced section
1784 – The Emerald Buddha of Thailand was installed at the Wat Phra Kaew on the grounds of the Grand Palace in Bangkok. refimprove
1849First Italian War of Independence: After capturing the fortress town of Mortara, forces led by Austrian General Joseph Radetzky von Radetz routed Sardinian troops at the Battle of Novara. refimprove
1945 – Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Transjordan, and Yemen founded the Arab League, a regional organization that facilitates political, economic, cultural, scientific and social programs designed to promote the interests of the Arab Woruld. refimprove section

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  • 1638 – The Massachusetts Bay Colony expelled Anne Hutchinson from its ranks for dissenting from Puritan orthodoxy.
  • 1871William Woods Holden became the first governor of a U.S. state to be removed from office due to impeachment.
  • 1913Phan Xich Long, the self-proclaimed Emperor of Vietnam, was arrested for organising a revolt against the colonial rule of French Indochina, which was nevertheless carried out by his supporters the following dæg.
  • 1942Ōðru Woruld Gūþ: The British Royal Navy confronted the Italian Regia Marina at the Second Battle of Sirte in the Mediterranean Sea near the Gulf of Sirte.
  • 1943Ōðru Woruld Gūþ: The entire population of the village of Khatyn in Belarus was burnt alive by Nazi German forces, with participation from their Ukrainian and Belarusian collaborators.
  • 1984 – In what would be the longest and costliest criminal trial in United States history, teachers at the McMartin preschool in Manhattan Beach, California, were falsely charged with satanic ritual abuse of schoolchildren.
  • 1992USAir Flight 405 crashed shortly after liftoff from New York City's LaGuardia Airport, leading to a number of studies into the effect that ice has on aircraft.
  • 1995 – Russian cosmonaut Valeri Polyakov of the Soyuz programme returned from the Mir space station after 437 dagas in space, setting a record for the longest spaceflight. 22 Hrēþmōnaþ: Ƿoruld Ƿæter Dæg
    1765 tax stamp
  • 238 – Forþæm his fæder ealdaþ ƿæs Gordianus II gebanned to bēon se Rēmisca Casere mid Gordianus I Casere.
  • 1765 – Se Grēatbryten Ƿitenagemōt gesetede þā Stamp Act, requiring þe manig printed þing in þǣm Þrēotīene Landbūnessan in Britiscum American bere scot mearc (on biliþe).
  • 1920 – Nēahhergung in Shushan þǣm tūne on Nagorno-Karabagh, be Azerum adiglede þā læppan þæs tūnes hƿærin bōgedon Armeniafolc.
  • 1933Eallbærnet: Man fullendede to timbrienne þone aorma Natsi eaalgadrung ƿic æt Dachau.
  • 1963Please Please Me, the first album recorded by The Beatles, was released.
  • 2006 – Þrēo gīslas ðā ƿæron Cristen Friþƿyrhtan Tēamena lāf ƿæron gegēocod of hiera Iraciscum frumgripum be þrēat of sundrigum rīcum.
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