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|Liberation Day in Lebanon (2000) and in various African countries (1963)||Liberation Day (Lebanon): stub; African Liberation Day: stub, no footnotes|
|1420 – Henry the Navigator became governor of the Order of Christ, the Portuguese successor to the Knights Templar.||needs more footnotes|
|1521 – The Diet of Worms declared Protestant Reformer Martin Luther an outlaw and a heretic, banning his literature, and requiring his arrest.||refimprove|
|1659 – Richard Cromwell resigned as Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland.||refimprove|
|1810 – The Primera Junta, the first independent government in Argentina, was established in an open cabildo in Buenos Aires, marking the end of the May Revolution.||TFA for 2013|
|1926 – Anarchist Sholom Schwartzbard assassinated Symon Petliura, the head of the Paris-based government-in-exile of the Ukrainian People's Republic.||unreferenced sections|
|1953 – At the Nevada Test Site, the United States conducted its first and only nuclear artillery test.||refimprove|
|1963 – The Organisation of African Unity was established.||lead too short, refimprove section|
- 1644 – Ming general Wu Sangui forms an alliance with the invading Manchus and opens the gates of the Great Wall of China at Shanhaiguan pass, letting the Manchus through towards the capital Beijing.
- 1878 – Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera H.M.S. Pinafore opened at the Opera Comique in London.
- 1946 – Abdullah bin Husayn, Emir of the Emirate of Transjordan, was proclaimed King of the renamed "Hashemite Kingdom of Transjordan".
- 1962 – The Baltimore Steam Packet Company, the last overnight steamboat service in the United States, went out of business.
- 1977 – Star Wars, a science fantasy film written and directed by George Lucas, was released, eventually becoming one of the most successful films of all time.
- 1979 – Six-year-old Etan Patz disappeared on his way to school in New York City, and later became the first missing child to have his picture featured on milk cartons.
- 2000 – Israel withdrew its army from most of Lebanese territory, 22 years after its first invasion in 1978.
- 2002 – China Airlines Flight 611 crashed in the Taiwan Strait after breaking up in mid-air, killing all 225 people on board.
- 2009 – North Korea conducted a nuclear test and several other missile tests that were widely condemned by the international community and led to sanctions from the United Nations Security Council.
- 1895 –Formosan þā Cyneƿīse abannede man in þære īege (seo ēac hēteþ man Taiƿan), þe hie mōtan habban sundorrīce of Seringa rīce.
- 1914 – Se Brettisca Ƿitenagemōt gecƿæþ þone Þridde Hāmrīce Geƿrit, and þærbe gestaðoloede hie gehƿyrfde lēodƿeard on Īrum.
- 1955 – Joe Broƿn and George Band Brettisca beorgstigeras ƿeardon se forma menn to astigenne Kangchenjunga, Middangeardes Þriddeheasta beorg, ac hie hie heald hira handan of þæm yttremestum topp for þæm þe geaf hiera ƿord þæm Sikkim Brego þe ƿe topp bidde ungetrodden.
- 1961 – In gemæþle to a joint sæt þæs United States Congress, John F Kennedy Foresittend cƿæþ his support for the Apollo space program ( þæs tacn is hēr ), with "the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth".