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|1478 – In a conspiracy to replace the Medici family as rulers of the Florentine Republic, the Pazzi family attacked Lorenzo de' Medici and killed his brother Giuliano during High Mass at the Florence Duomo.||refimprove|
|1925 – Paul von Hindenburg defeated Wilhelm Marx in the second round of the German presidential election, becoming the first directly elected head of state of the Weimar Republic.||needs more footnotes|
|1933 – The Gestapo, the official secret police force in Nazi Germany, was established.||refimprove|
|1937 – Spanish Civil War: The Bombing of Guernica by the Condor Legion of the German Luftwaffe resulted in a devastating firestorm that caused widespread destruction and civilian deaths in the Basque town.||refimprove|
|1956 – The SS Ideal X set sail from Port Newark in New Jersey as the part of world's first successful container shipping business.||reimprove section|
|1964 – Tanganyika and Zanzibar merged to form Tanzania.||date not cited|
|1983 – Cold War: Replying to her letter in which she expressed her fears about the tensions between the Soviet Union and the United States, Soviet leader Yuri Andropov invited American schoolgirl Samantha Smith to visit Moscow, Leningrad and the Artek Young Pioneer camp.||appears on July 7|
|2002 – Expelled student Robert Steinhäuser murdered 16 people and wounded seven others before committing suicide at the Gutenberg-Gymnasium Erfurt in Erfurt, Germany.||unreferenced section|
- 1865 – U.S. Army soldiers cornered and fatally shot John Wilkes Booth (pictured), the assassin of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln, in rural northern Virginia, ending a twelve-dæg manhunt.
- 1944 – U.S. Navy submarines began attacks on Japan's Take Ichi convoy as it sailed in waters between Taiwan and the Philippines, eventually sinking four vessels and killing over 4,000 troops.
- 1989 – An editorial was published in the People's Daily denouncing the growing unrest in Tiananmen Square, which would remain contentious through the remainder of the protests.
26. dæg Eastermonðes:
- 1937 – In þæm Spēoniscan Ingeƿinne ƿæs Guernica seo burg geslogon of lyfte be þæm Condor Legio þæs Germaniscan Luftƿæpen hƿærof saerfon manigum menn in fȳrstorrme se brohton micel cƿyld and cƿelm on Ƿascum hƿærof ƿæs seo burg.
- 1958 – Se Baltimore and Ohio Īsernƿeges Royal Blue, one of the ǣrstan micel railway electrification systems in þāra Geānlǣhtedum Rīcum, fremmede his endmesta ryn of Hƿæsingatūn, D.C. to Nīƿeoforƿīcburg.
- 1981 – Michael R Harrison Læce þæs California Eormengyldes fremmede þisre ƿorludes ǣrsta mennlic open læcegeƿeorc on ungebornum cilde.
- 1986 – Se Chernobyl Cynefremmingbold nēah Chernobyl in þæm Ucrægnan, ƿæs micel stēambyrst, hƿærof ƿæs fȳr, cyrnmielt, and man mar þon 336,000 menn ymbe Europan fliemedon of hiere eardum.
- 2007 – Þær man ongann to animan þone Æren Ƿigan of Reval, se ƿæs gemynd þæs Sofietisc Rēadhere and hiere ƿigƿeorc in þære Ōðru Ƿoruldgūþ and stōd on Reval on Estlande, began micel ƿiðerstandgædrung and unræd.