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Statue of Liberty
|Feast day of Jude the Apostle (Western Christianity)||refimprove|
|Ohi Dæg on Crēcum (1940)||unreferenced|
|1922 – The Fascist Blackshirts marched on Rome to take over the Italian government.||both Blackshirts and March on Rome need more footnotes|
|1928 – Indonesian composer Wage Rudolf Supratman introduced "Indonesia Raya", now the country's national anthem.||POV section|
|1940 – The Balkans Campaign in World War II: Italy invaded Greece after Greek prime minister Ioannis Metaxas rejected Italian dictator Benito Mussolini's ultimatum demanding the occupation of Greek territory.||unreferenced section|
|1965 – Nostra Aetate, the "Declaration on the Relation of the Church with Non-Christian Religions" of the Second Vatican Council, was promulgated by Pope Paul VI, absolving the Jews of the killing of Jesus, and calling for increased relations with all non-Christian religions.||refimprove, needs 3rd party sources|
|2007 – In the Argentine general election, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner became the first woman to be elected President of Argentina, winning with a 22 percent lead over her nearest rival, one of the widest margins obtained by a candidate since the collapse of the National Reorganization Process in 1983.||needs copyediting, cleanup-tone|
- 312 – Constantine the Great defeated Maxentius at the Battle of the Milvian Bridge in Rome.
- 1420 – Beijing is officially designated the capital of the Ming Dynasty on the same year that the Forbidden City, the seat of government, is completed.
- 1664 – The Duke of York and Albany's Maritime Regiment of Foot, the forerunner to the Royal Marines, was established at the grounds of the Honourable Artillery Company in London.
- 1776 – American Revolutionary War: As George Washington's Continental Army retreated northward from New York City, the British Army captured the village of White Plains.
- 1886 – In New York Harbor, U.S. President Grover Cleveland dedicated the Statue of Liberty, a gift from France, to commemorate the centennial of the United States Declaration of Independence.
- 1919 – The U.S. Congress passed the Volstead Act over President Woodrow Wilson's veto, reinforcing Prohibition in the United States.
- 1995 – The world's deadliest subway disaster took place in Baku, Azerbaijan, when an electrical malfunction caused a fire that killed 289 passengers and injured 265 more.
- 1707 – The Hōei eorþstyre ofbrāc eall þæs Nankai megathrustes dæla æt þæm ilcan stunde—and he is se ān eorþstyre þe a hæfþ fremmede þis þing sƿa hycgþ man.
- 1835 – Māorisc bregas onsigloden se Bann þæs Sundorīcehād þæs Nīƿan Sælandes and hie staðoled þa eānlæhtedan Mægþu of Nīƿsælande.
- 1918 – Cecoslofacia abannede his sundorrīcehād of Ēastrīce-Ungerlande.
- 1965 – In St Louis, Missouri, se stielen Geatƿeg Boga (on biliðe) se stent 630 fēt hēah ƿæs completed.
- 1971 – Prospero, se ān Brittisc satellite oþ þissum dæge beebbod on Brittiscum fȳrstycce, aflēah fram Launch Area 5B æt Ƿoomeran on Sūþaustralie.