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|1268 – Conradin, the last Duke of Swabia, was beheaded in Naples after failing to reclaim Sicily for the House of Hohenstaufen from Charles of Anjou.||no footnotes|
|1618 – English courtier and explorer Walter Raleigh was executed in London after King James I reinstated a fifteen-year-old death sentence against him.||unreferenced section|
|1787 – The opera Don Giovanni, based on the legendary fictional libertine Don Juan and composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, premiered in the Estates Theatre in Prague.||refimprove section|
|1886 – New York City office workers spontaneously "invented" the ticker tape parade.||Stubby, needs more references|
|1956 – The Suez Crisis began with Israel invading the Sinai Peninsula and pushing Egyptian forces back toward the Suez Canal.||globalize, neutrality disputed|
|1986 – British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher opened the last segment of the M25 motorway, an orbital road encircling London that is one of the world's longest.||unreferenced section|
|1998 – After more than three decades, 77-year-old John Glenn returned to space aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery on STS-95, to study the effects of space flight on the elderly.||too many external links|
|2005 – Three explosions in Delhi, India, killed 62 people and injured at least 210 others.||unreferenced section|
- 1863 – American Civil War: The Battle of Wauhatchie, one of the few night battles of the war, concluded with the Union Army opening a supply line to troops in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
- 1929 – About 16 million shares were traded on the New York Stock Exchange on "Black Tuesday", a record that stood for almost 40 years, making a total of $30 billion that had been lost over two days.
- 1948 – Arab–Israeli War: As the Israel Defense Forces captured the Palestinian Arab village of Safsaf, they massacred at least 52 villagers.
- 1991 – Galileo became the first spacecraft to visit an asteroid when it made a flyby of 951 Gaspra.
- 1998 – The Truth and Reconciliation Commission presented its report on Apartheid in South Africa, condemning both the Apartheid Government and the African National Congress for committing atrocities.
- 1999 – About 15,000 people died when a supercyclone hit the Indian state of Odisha near the city of Bhubaneswar.
- 1923 – Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (on biliðe) ƿeard se forma Turcena Foresittend, and he staðolede Turcland to bēon nīƿ þēod on þæs Oþomaniscan Rīces lāfe.
- 1969 – Leornungcniht æt Californie Eormengylde sendede se ǣrresta sand on þæm ARPANET, se ƿæs foregenga þæs Genettes, to circolƿyde æt Stanford Research Institute.
- 1998 – Feoƿer geoguþas þa ƿæron geniced infær to disco in Gotenbyrige on Sƿēonum, hit ontendedon, and ofcƿallon 63 menn þærin and forþrycced mār þon 200.
- 1998 – Hurricane Mitch ƿrohtede landfeal, whereupon it dropped up to 1900 mm of regne, causing micel flōding þærbe stearfon 11,000 menn on Hondurase, Guatemalan, and Nicaraguan.
- 2004 – Speliendas þæs rīcum þæs Europeanisc Gæd onsigloden the Europisc Grundgesetnesse in Rōmbyrig.