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87 BCEmperor Wu of the Han Dynasty died after reigning for over 50 years. needs more footnotes
1638 – Swedish settlers founded New Sweden near Delaware Bay, the first Swedish colony in America. refimprove section
1806U.S. President Thomas Jefferson authorized the construction of the Cumberland Road, one of the first major improved highways in the United States that was built by the federal government. needs more footnotes, expansion
1809 – At the Diet of Porvoo, the Four Estates of Finland pledged allegiance to Tsar Alexander I of Russia, commencing the secession of the Grand Duchy of Finland from Sweden. Tagged with {{refimprove}}
1831Bosniak general Husein Gradaščević began an uprising against Sultan Mahmud II and the Ottoman Empire. Gradaščević and Bosnian uprising both refimprove
1849 – The United Kingdom annexed the Punjab region. Need to verify date
1871 – The Royal Albert Hall (pictured) in Albertopolis, London, was officially opened by Queen Victoria. refimprove section
1974NASA's Mariner 10, launched in November 1973, became the first spaceprobe to fly by the planet Mercury. refimprove
1981Dick Beardsley and Inge Simonsen jointly won the first running of the London Marathon. bare URLs

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  • 1865American Civil War: The Appomattox Campaign opened with the Battle of Lewis's Farm, in which the Confederate Army was forced into a series of retreats that would culminate in their surrender.
  • 1882 – The Knights of Columbus, the Woruld's largest Catholic fraternal service organization, was founded by Michael J. McGivney in New Haven, Connecticut.
  • 1942Ōðru Ƿoruld Gūþ: The British Royal Air Force completed a bombing raid of Lübeck, the first major success for RAF Bomber Command against a German city.
  • 1946Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, one of Mexico's leading universities, was founded.
  • 1950Usmar Ismail (pictured) began filming Darah dan Doa, an event commemorated as National Film Dæg in Indonesia
  • 1973Vietnam War: The United States ended Operation Barrel Roll, a covert bombing campaign in Laos to help stem an increasing tide of People's Army of Vietnam and Pathet Lao offensives.
  • 1982 – Queen Elizabeth II gave Royal Assent to the Canada Act 1982, which ended all remaining dependence of Canada on the United Kingdom by a process known as "patriation".
  • 2010 – Islamist Chechen separatists set off two bombs on the Moscow Metro, killing at least 40 and injuring over 100 others. 29. dæg Hreðmonðes: Boganda Dæg in þǣre Middelafficaniscan Cyneƿīsan
    Ricard Eorl of Wæingawice æt Togtūne
    Ricard Eorl of Wæingawice æt Togtūne
  • 1461Eoferƿicisc þreat geƿonn sige ƿið Lonceastrisc ðreat in þǣre Palmsunnandæg Beadƿe æt Togtūne on Eoferƿicscīre on Englum, and þes ƿæl ƿæa se mǣsta onsæcce þāra Rōsegūðra oð ðæm tīd and þæræt gefeallon 20,000 menn.
  • 1807Heinrich Ƿilhelm Matthäus Olbers Germanisc tungolƿita afund 4 Vesta, þæs Tungolcynngyrdles beorhtsta tungolcynn and his mǣsta lic būton Ceres.
  • 1911 – The M1911 single-action, semi-automatic pistol developed by American firearms designer John Browning became the standard-issue side arm in the United States Army.
  • 1941Ōðru Ƿoruldgūþ: Scipu þæs Brittiscan Cynelican Scipheres and þæs Cynelican Australiscan Scipheres intercepted and sank or severely derodon þā scipu þæs Italiscan Regia Marina nēah Creto sēo īeg.
  • 1999 – Se strengsta eorþstyre þe ā slog on þǣm foothills Ēastcaucasus þāra beorgena in more than nigontig ƿintrum cƿeall 103 menn.