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|363 – Roman emperor Julian defeated Sassanid Emperor Shapur II outside the walls of the Sassanid capital of Ctesiphon, but was unable to take the city.||refimprove|
|1167 – A 1,600-man force of the Holy Roman Empire led by Christian of Buch and Rainald of Dassel defeated a 10,000-man Papal States army.||refimprove|
|1328 – Philip VI of France was crowned at Notre-Dame de Reims, beginning the Valois Dynasty.||refimprove|
|1660 – The monarchy in England was restored under King Charles II.||unreferenced section|
|1913 – The Rite of Spring, a ballet with music by Russian composer Igor Stravinsky, was first performed at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Paris.||TFA for 2013|
|1919 – Observations made by English astrophysicist Arthur Eddington during a solar eclipse confirmed part of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity.||needs more footnotes|
|1999 – Olusegun Obasanjo took office as President of Nigeria, the first elected and civilian head of state in Nigeria after 16 years of military rule.||unreferenced sections|
- 1176 – Wars of the Guelphs and Ghibellines: The Lombard League defeated the forces of the Holy Roman Empire in Legnano, Lombardy, present-day Italy.
- 1780 – American Revolutionary War: A mainly Loyalist force rejected the Continental Army troops' surrender and continued killing the Patriot soldiers, including men who were not resisting.
- 1848 – Wisconsin became the 30th U.S. state admitted to the Union.
- 1867 – By the Austro-Hungarian Compromise, signed by Franz Joseph I of Austria and a Hungarian delegation led by Ferenc Deák, the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary was established.
- 1911 – English dramatist W. S. Gilbert of Gilbert and Sullivan died while saving a young woman from drowning in his lake.
- 1914 – The ocean liner RMS Empress of Ireland sank in the Saint Lawrence River after colliding with the Storstad, killing 1,012 on board.
- 1918 – World War I: Armenian forces defeated Ottoman troops at the Battle of Sardarabad, not only stopping the Turkish advance into the rest of Armenia but also preventing the complete destruction of the Armenian nation.
- 1942 – Bing Crosby recorded his version of the song "White Christmas", which went on to become the best-selling single of all time, with over 50 million copies sold.
- 1954 – The first annual Bilderberg Group meeting of leaders from European countries and the United States took place in Oosterbeek, Netherlands.
- 1985 – A wall at Brussels' Heysel Stadium collapsed under the pressure of football fans escaping a riot before the European Cup Final between Liverpool and Juventus, killing 39 people and injuring over 600 others.
- 1453 – Constantinopoles Feall, and mid þisra byrig feall þæt Constantinopolis Rīce þæm Oþomanþēod.
- 1852 – Jenny Lind Sƿēoniscu glīƿplegestre ( þære gelicnes is hēr ) fullendode widely successful concert tour geond þāra Geānedan Rīcum under the management of P T Barnum sceaƿungemann.
- 1900 – Fort-Lamy ƿæs gestaðoled by Émile Gentil Frencisc heretoga, and þēos burg hæfþ todæg þone naman N'Djamena and is Ceades hēafodburg.
- 1953 – Edmund Hillary beorgstigere of þæm Nīƿan Sælande and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa beorgman ƿeardon þa ǣrretan menn to areccenne Everestbeorges toppe.
- 1982 – Folcland Geƿinn: Ymbe 1,000 Argentinisce ƿigan surrendered, ending the Gōsgrēne Beadu.