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Woruld Tuberculosis Dæg stub, needs more footnotes
1898 – The first American-built automobile, a Winton, was sold. more footnotes
1934 – The United States Government passed the Tydings–McDuffie Act, establishing the Commonwealth of the Philippines, a ten-year transitional government in preparation for full Philippine independence and sovereignty. featured on November 15
1965NASA spacecraft Ranger 9, equipped to convert its signals into a form suitable for showing on television, brought images of the Moon into ordinary homes before crash-landing. no footnotes
1972 – The United Kingdom imposed direct rule over Northern Ireland. Need to verify date, stubby
1976 – Military leaders in Argentina led by Jorge Rafael Videla deposed President Isabel Perón in a coup d'état, established a military junta known as the National Reorganization Process, and began state-sponsored violence against dissidents known as the Dirty War. neutrality issues, {{too long}}
1989 – The tanker Exxon Valdez spilled more than 10 million US gallons of oil into Prince William Sound, Alaska, causing one of the most devastating man-made environmental disasters at sea. tagged {{confusing}}
1999Kosovo War: NATO launched air strikes against Yugoslavia, marking the first time NATO has attacked a sovereign country. refimprove

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  • 1603 – King James VI of Scotland acceded to the thrones of England and Ireland, becoming James I of England and unifying the crowns of the kingdoms for the first time.
  • 1869 – The last of Māori leader Titokowaru's forces surrendered to the New Zealand government, ending his uprising.
  • 1882 – German physician Robert Koch announced the discovery of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, a bacterium that causes tuberculosis.
  • 1922Irish War of Independence: In Belfast, Northern Irish police broke into a house and murdered a Catholic family in reprisal for the deaths of two policemen the dæg before.
  • 1980 – One dæg after giving a sermon in which he made a plea to Salvadoran soldiers to stop carrying out the government's repression, Archbishop Óscar Romero was assassinated in San Salvador.
  • 2008 – The Bhutan Peace and Prosperity Party, led by Jigme Thinley, won 45 out of 47 seats in the National Assembly of Bhutan in the country's first-ever general election. 24. dæg Hreðmonðes: Dæg of Remembrance for Truth and Justice in Argentina
  • 1603 – Iacobus VI Scottena Cyning fang to rice on Englum and on Īrum ðe he bið Iacobus I Engla Cyning and in him ƿæron geānlǣhted sƿlyca þrie rīcena cynedōmas.
  • 1721Johann Sebastian Bach geaf Christiane Hloðƿige Mearcgerēfan of Brandenbyrig-Schƿedte siexe tosæmneglēoƿeorcas, þā nū hataþ þā Brandenburg tosæmneglēoƿeorcas.
  • 1860 – Hlāfordlēassa samurai þæs Mito Eorldōmes ofslōgon Ii Naosuke Iapanrīces Hēafodþegn, forþǣm þe hie upset with his role in the opening of Japan to foreign powers.
  • 1927Nanking Getænge: Æfter ðe Nancing sēo ceaster feall to geþoftscipe of Þēodfæste and Gemǣnre ǣhte rǣd fēðan, slōgon Bryttisc and Americanisc æscas þā ceastre mid fȳragum þe hie mōtan ƿerian elelendisca menn þǣr.
  • 1944Ōðru Ƿoruldgūþ: Bryttisca Herenuman þæs Cynelican Lyftþrēates begann "se Micla Æthlēap", and abrācon of þǣm Germaniscan Herenumanƿice be naman Stalag Luft III.