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|1808 – Finnish War: Sweden lost the fortress of Suomenlinna to Russia.||needs more footnotes|
|1815 – Austrian troops led by Frederick Bianchi, Duke of Casalanza defeated the forces under King Joachim Murat of Naples at the Battle of Tolentino, the decisive battle of the Neapolitan War.||no footnotes|
|1837 – The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, the oldest university in Southeast Europe, was founded.||refimprove section|
|1947 – A new Constitution of Japan went into effect, providing for a parliamentary system of government, guaranteeing certain fundamental rights, and relegating the Japanese monarchy to a purely ceremonial role.||refimprove section|
- 1855 – American adventurer William Walker and a group of mercenaries sailed from San Francisco to conquer Nicaragua.
- 1915 – The oldest continually operational Royal Air Force station, RAF Northolt, opened as the home to No. 4 Reserve Aeroplane Squadron.
- 1920 – Relying on the 11th Soviet Red Army operating in neighboring Azerbaijan, Bolsheviks attempted to stage a coup d'etat in Georgia.
- 1939 – Subhas Chandra Bose (pictured) formed the All India Forward Bloc of the Indian National Congress in opposition to Gandhi's tactics of nonviolence.
- 1942 – Second World War: Japanese forces began invading Tulagi and nearby islands in the Solomon Islands, enabling them to threaten and interdict the supply and communication routes between the United States and Australia and New Zealand.
- 1945 – Second World War: German ocean liner Cap Arcona, left to float defencelessly in the Bay of Lübeck with thousands of prisoners from various concentration camps on board, was attacked and sunk by RAF Typhoons.
- 1960 – The Off-Broadway musical The Fantasticks made its premiere, eventually becoming the world's longest-running musical.
- 1963 – Police in Birmingham, Alabama, used high-pressure water hoses and dogs on civil rights protesters, bringing intense scrutiny on racial segregation in the Southern US.
- United Kingdom general election, 1979 is saved for 4 May, the date of Margaret Thatcher officially becoming Prime Minister
- 1491 – Nkuƿu Nzinga of the Kongo Cyning fōn fulluht of Portugalƿarum and nām his naman Iohannus I.
- 1791 – Seo Polisc–Liþuanisc Grundgesetnes of 3 Þrimilcemōnaþ, seo ieldste eallonbōced þeodlice grundgesetnes on Europan, ƿæs be þæm Micle Sejme genimen.
- 1913 – Raja Harishchandra (scene pictured), the first full-length Indian feature film, was released.
- 1915 – John McCrae Canadisc læcce and Healfherelicþegn ƿrāt "In Flæminga Feldum", þe æfterƿeard hogde man ān on þæm mǣstum lēodum geƿriten in þære Forma Ƿoruldgūþ.
- 1945 – Ōðru Ƿoruldgūþ: Cap Arcona Germanisc farendberend garsecges scip, þæt Germaniaƿare left on flote orƿige in þæm Lübeck Byht mid þūsands numena of missenlicum gemangƿicum on bord, ƿæs be Cynelica Lyftþrēates Typhoons onsæcced and besenced.
- 1951 – Se Cynelica Freolsheall (se ærresta bold getimbrod æfter þæm Gūþe to ƿeardenne gerƿriten on tale sƿa Grad I), opnede and ƿæs se stede þæs Bretenfreols.