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|455 – Following the death of Western Roman Emperor Valentinian III, the Vandals led by King Genseric sacked Rome, looting treasure from the city and taking Empress Licinia Eudoxia and her daughters hostage.||Vandals has refimprove section, Sack of Rome (455) is stubby|
|1098 – First Crusade: The first Siege of Antioch ended as Crusader forces captured the city, but the Seljuk Turks would later start a second siege of Antioch a few days later.||unreferenced sections, refimprove section|
|1763 – Pontiac's War: The local Ojibwe captured Fort Michilimackinac in present-day Mackinaw City, Michigan, after diverting the garrison's attention with a game of stickball, then chasing a ball into the fort.||needs more footnotes|
|1924 – U.S. President Calvin Coolidge signed the Indian Citizenship Act into law, granting citizenship to all Native Americans born within the territorial limits of the United States.||no footnotes|
|1946 – Italians voted to abolish the monarchy and establish the Italian Republic, exiling King Umberto II.||refimprove|
|1966 – Surveyor 1 landed on the Moon.||no footnotes|
|1995 – United States Air Force Captain Scott O'Grady was shot down by a Bosnian Serb Army SA-6 surface-to-air missile while patrolling the NATO no-fly zone over Bosnia in an F-16, but he was able to eject safely and was then rescued six days later.||inappropriate tone|
|2003 – The Mars Express space probe, the first planetary mission of the European Space Agency, was launched.||refimprove|
- 1774 – Intolerable Acts: To restore imperial control over the Thirteen Colonies, the Parliament of Great Britain passed a second Quartering Act, reenacting a law requiring colonists to provide housing for British soldiers.
- 1866 – Fenian raids: The Battle of Ridgeway, the first to be fought only by Canadian troops and led exclusively by Canadian officers, took place in Ontario.
- 1886 – Grover Cleveland became the only U.S. President to marry in the White House when he wed Frances Folsom.
- 1919 – First Red Scare: Anarchist followers of Luigi Galleani set off eight bombs in eight cities across the United States.
- 1967 – German university student Benno Ohnesorg was killed during a protest in West Berlin against the visit of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, Shah of Iran, sparking the formation of the militant group Movement 2 June.
- 1983 – After an emergency landing because of an in-flight fire, twenty-three passengers aboard Air Canada Flight 797 were killed when a flashover occurred as the plane's doors opened.
- 1994 – The Royal Air Force suffered its worst peacetime disaster when a Chinook helicopter crashed on the Mull of Kintyre, Scotland, killing all 29 people on board.
- 2010 – A lone gunman went on shooting spree on Cumbrum on Brettum, and ofslōg 12 menn and derode 11 before committing suicide.
- 455 – Æfter forþferde Ualentinian III Cāsere, cƿōm Genserīce Ƿendla Cyning mid Ƿendelcynn and hie oferhiergoden Rōmbyrig, gerēafdon his maððum and nāmon Licinia Eudoxia Cāserine and hiere dēhter sƿa gislas.
- 1615 – Þa ǣrrestan godspelleras cƿōm in Cƿebecceaster in Nīƿum Franclande (se is nū in Canadan) fram Roðme.
- 1805 – Napoleonisc Gūð: Frencisc and Spēonisc flēot fōn eft of Bretƿarum Demantclūd, se is ungebūred īeg æt þæm byhtmūðe fore Fort-de-France.
- 1848 – As part of the Pan-Slavism movement, the Prague Slavic Congress began in Prage, the first of several times that voices from all Slav populations of Europe were heard in one place.
- 1910 – Charles Rolls ( þæs gelicnes is hēr ), co-founder of Rolls-Royce, became the first man to make a non-stop tƿafeald crossing of þæs Sūþsǣ be lyftcræfte.
- 1999 – Bhutan þæt rīce endode his status Middangeardes ān rīce to prohibit feorrsīen þæn leodƿeardes Bhutanes Tosāƿung Þegnung cƿōm on þære lyfte.