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|1536 – Jane Seymour, a former lady-in-waiting, became Queen of England by marrying King Henry VIII.||unreferenced section|
|1814 – The War of the Sixth Coalition ended with the signing of the Treaty of Paris, which deposed Napoleon and restored Louis XVIIIx to the French throne.||refimprove sections|
|1925 – Shanghai Municipal Police officers opened fire on Chinese protesters in the city's International Settlement, giving rise to a major labor and anti-imperialist movement.||unreferenced section|
- 1510 – During the reign of the Zhengde Emperor, Ming Dynasty rebel leader Zhu Zhifan is defeated by commander Qiu Yue, ending the Prince of Anhua rebellion.
- 1593 – English playwright Christopher Marlowe was stabbed to death by Ingram Frizer under mysterious circumstances.
- 1815 – The East Indiaman ship Arniston was wrecked during a storm at Waenhuiskrans, near Cape Agulhas, present-day South Africa, with the loss of 372 lives.
- 1899 – Female Old West outlaw Pearl Hart performed one of the last recorded stagecoach robberies Lua error in package.lua at line 80: module 'Module:Convert/text' not found. southeast of Globe, Arizona.
- 1911 – American race car driver Ray Harroun won the first running of the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
- 1922 – The Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., featuring a sculpture of the sixteenth U.S. President Abraham Lincoln by Daniel Chester French, opened.
- 1948 – A dike holding the Columbia River broke, causing a flood that destroyed Vanport City, Oregon, US, only five years after it was built.
- 1959 – The Auckland Harbour Bridge, joining St Marys Bay in Auckland with Northcote in the former North Shore City, New Zealand, was officially opened.
- 1967 – Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu announced the establishment of Biafra, a secessionist state in southeastern Nigeria, an event that sparked the Nigerian Civil War one week later.
- 1972 – Members of the Japanese Red Army carried out the Lod Airport massacre in Tel Aviv, Israel, on behalf of PFLP External Operations, killing over 20 people and injuring almost 80 others.
- 1998 – A 6.9 Mw earthquake struck northern Afghanistan, killing at least 4,000 people, destroying more than 30 villages, and leaving 45,000 people homeless in the Afghan provinces of Takhar and Badakhshan.
- 1431 – Hundred Ƿinterlang Ƿig: Joan of Arc ƿæs gebærnet æt þæm stange in Roðme on Normandige, æfter being convicted of heresy.
- 1854 – Seo Kansas–Nebraska Gesetnes ƿeard lagu, se gestaþolede tƿegen Landscipas þāra Geānedan Rīcan be namum Nebraska and Kansas, and toƿent þa 1820 Missouri Gesēm, and gelēfde setlan in þæm landscipum to cēosenne gif hie ƿolde gēatan þēoƿdōm in hiera gemearcum.
- 1913 – Se Lunden Foremǣl ƿæs onsiglod to deal with territorial adjustments arising out of the conclusion of the First Balkan War, declaring, among other things, Albania sundorrīce.
- 1963 – Buddhist crisis: Ƿiðersrec ƿið pro-Catholic discrimination ƿæs geheald outside Sūþfietnames Þēodlic Gemōt, and þis þing ƿæs the first open demonstration ƿiþ Ngo Dinh Diem Foresittend.
- 1989 – Folcrīce Gyden (replica pictured), se ƿæs statue þrēo and þritige fēt hēah and getimbrod mostly of polystyrene foam and papier-mâché, ƿæs erected by student protestors in Tiananmen Square on Pekinge.