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|1860 – Expedition of the Thousand: Giuseppe Garibaldi and his Redshirts launched their attack on Palermo.||appears on 5 Þrimilcemōnaþ|
|1908 – Day celebrated as establishment of the second manifestation of God's power within the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.||refimprove, date not present in article, tagged for expansion|
|1923 – French racing drivers André Lagache and René Léonard won the first running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans near Le Mans, Sarthe, France.||both 1923 24 Hours of Le Mans and 24 Hours of Le Mans need references|
|1942 – Czech fighters resisting Nazis in Prague ambushed and mortally wounded Reinhard Heydrich, the chief of Reich Security Main Office and the Protector of Bohemia and Moravia.||refimprove|
- 1153 – Malcolm IV became King of Scotland at the age of twelve.
- 1644 – Manchu regent Dorgon defeats rebel leader Li Zicheng of the Shun dynasty at the Battle of Shanhai Pass, allowing the Manchus to enter and conquer the capital city of Beijing.
- 1799 – War of the Second Coalition: Austrian forces defeated the French and captured the strategically important town of Winterthur, Switzerland.
- 1896 – The St. Louis – East St. Louis tornado, one of the deadliest and most destructive tornadoes in U.S. history, struck St. Louis, Missouri, and East St. Louis, Illinois, killing more than 255 people and injuring at least 1,000 others.
- 1930 – Standing at Lua error in package.lua at line 80: module 'Module:Convert/text' not found., New York City's Chrysler Building opened as the world's tallest building before it was surpassed by the Empire State Building 11 months later.
- 1935 – The United States Supreme Court ruled in Schechter Poultry Corp. v. United States that the National Industrial Recovery Act, a major component of the New Deal, was unconstitutional.
- 1937 – The Golden Gate Bridge, at the time the world's longest suspension bridge by span, opened between San Francisco and Marin County, California.
- 1940 – Second World War: Soldiers of the Royal Norfolk Regiment were executed by German troops after surrendering.
- 1958 – The F-4 Phantom II, the principal air superiority jet fighter for both the U.S. Navy and Air Force, made its first flight.
- 1962 – A fire at a landfill in Centralia, Pennsylvania, US, spread to an abandoned coal mine, where it continues burning to this day.
- 2001 – Members of the Islamist separatist group Abu Sayyaf kidnapped 20 tourists in Palawan, Philippines, triggering a hostage crisis that lasted over twelve months.
- 2006 – An earthquake measuring about 6.3 Mw struck near the city of Yogyakarta, Indonesia on the southern side of the island of Java, killing at least 5,700 people, injuring at least 36,000, and leaving at least 1.5 million homeless.
- 1199 – Iohannes Engla Cyning fang to rīce.
- 1703 – Petrus I Russena Casree staðolede Halgan Petresbyrig æfter þe he hæfde ofergehiersumnode þæt Ingermanaland fram Sƿēonum in þæm Miclan Norðernan Geƿinne.
- 1919 – Se Curtiss NC-4 fleogend bāt ( þæs gelicnes is hēr ) cƿōm in Olisipo on Portugale, and þærbe ƿeard he se ǣrresta fæstƿing lyftcræft þe fremmede Geongƿestsǣƿisc flight under his agnum power.
- 1967 – Australiaþēod overwhelmingly approved tƿa ƿendunga þære Australie Grundgesetnesse þærbe geafon hie þæm lēodƿeard ƿeald þærmid to make ǣ to benefit Eardfæst Australiafolc and to rimienne hie in the national census.
- 1995 –Christopher Reeve Americanisc plegere ƿæs of horse aƿorpen, þe lǣfde hine lama in eallum his feoƿer limum and æfterƿeard ƿeard he strang stefn on manna healfe þe dreogaþ benn in hiera hrycgmearge.