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1821 – Metropolitan Germanos of Patras raised the Greek flag in the Monastery of Agia Lavra to symbolically mark the beginning of the Greek War of Independence.
1911 – The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City killed more than 140 garment workers, many of whom could not escape the burning building because the managers had locked the doors to the stairwells and exits.
1949 – The Soviet Union began mass deportations of over 90,000 people from the Baltic states to Siberia.
1971 – Vietnam War: The Army of the Republic of Vietnam abandoned an attempt to cut off the Ho Chi Minh trail in Laos.
25. dæg Hreðmonðes: Sundorrīces Dæg on Crēacum (1821)
1655 – Christiaan Huygens Niðerlendisc tungolƿita afund Titan, se is Sæternes þæs dƿeligendan tungles mǣsta mōna.
1807 – Seo Þēoƿceapung Gesetnes ƿeard ǣ, seo ageat þā Atlantisc Þēoƿceapung geond þǣm Bryttiscan Rīce.
1948 – Ƿedercunning menn æt Tinker Lyftþrēatƿice in Oklahomaceastre sƿutolede Middangeardes ǣrrestan ðodenforecƿide æfter ðe his ƿitan understōdon ƿederþing gelic ǣrroro þoden se hæfde þone stede geslōgen fif nihte ærror.
1957 – Ƿestgermania, Italia, Francland, þā Niðerland, Belgice and Letseburg onsigloden þone Rōm Foreƿeard, se gestaþolded þā European Economic Community.
1975 – Faisal Saudisc Arabea Cyning ƿæs be Faisal bin Musa'id his nefan ofsceotede and ofslean.
1995 – Ƿard Cunningham Americanisc Rimererūnƿritere (on biliðe) staþolded se ǣresta ƿici ƿebbstede, be naman WikiWikiWeb.
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|1802 – France and the United Kingdom signed the Treaty of Amiens, temporarily ending the hostilities between the two during the French Revolutionary Wars.||refimprove section|
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