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Alexander Stepanovich Popov (requires undeletion)
|Radio Day in Bulgaria and Russia||no footnotes|
|1697 – Stockholm's royal castle, dating back to the 13th century, was destroyed in a huge fire. The blueprint for the current royal palace was presented only a couple of weeks later.||unreferenced|
|1718 – Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville and the Mississippi Company founded New Orleans, naming the French colonial settlement after Philippe II, Duke of Orléans.||refimprove sections|
|1824 – Ludwig van Beethoven's last complete symphony, the Symphony No. 9 in D minor, which incorporates part of Friedrich Schiller's poem "Ode to Joy" in its fourth movement, premiered at the Kärntnertortheater in Vienna.||unreferenced sections, refimprove sections|
|1895 – Alexander Stepanovich Popov presented his radio receiver, refined as a lightning detector, to the Russian Physical and Chemical Society.||refimprove section|
|1920 – Soviet Russia recognized the independence of the Democratic Republic of Georgia by signing the Treaty of Moscow, only to invade the country six months later.||unreferenced section|
|1940 – A debate in the British House of Commons began, and culminated in the replacement of Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain with Winston Churchill several days later.||too many quotations|
|1952 – The concept for the integrated circuit, the basis for all modern computers, was first published by Geoffrey Dummer.||unreferenced sections, refimprove section, needs copyediting, too technical|
- 351 – Jews in the Roman province of Syria Palaestina rebelled against the rule of Constantius Gallus, Caesar of the Eastern Roman Empire.
- 1864 – The oldest surviving weekly newspaper in the United States, the Cambridge Chronicle, was first published.
- 1920 – Polish–Soviet War: During the Kiev Offensive, Polish troops, with the help of a symbolic Ukrainian force, captured Kiev, only to be driven out by the Soviet Red Army counter-offensive a month later.
- 1946 – Masaru Ibuka and Akio Morita founded the Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation, which later changed its name to Sony.
- 2009 – Police in Napier, New Zealand, began a 40-hour siege of the home of a former New Zealand Army member who shot at officers during the routine execution of a search warrant.
- Hagia Sophia is saved for December 27
- Battle of Dien Bien Phu is saved for March 13
- João Bernardo Vieira is saved for March 2
- 1272 – The first session of the Second Council of Lyon was held to discuss, among other issues, the pledge by Byzantine Emperor Michael VIII Palaiologos to end the Great Schism and reunite the Ēasterne church mid þæm Ƿeste.
- 1763 – Pontiac Brego þæs Ottaƿum Scræling folc led an attempt to seize Fort Detroit from the British, marking the start of Pontiac's War.
- 1794 – Frencisc Uphebbung: Maximilien Robespierre staðolede þone Cult of the Supreme Being þe biþ seo niƿe rīces ǣfæstnesse þære Frenciscan Forma Cyneƿīsan.
- 1864 – The world's oldest surviving clipper ship, the City of Adelaide (pictured) was launched by William Pile, Hay and Co. in Sundrodlande on Dūnholmscīre, for transporting farendas and fēoh betƿēonum Breten and Australia.
- 1915 – Forma Ƿoruldgūþ: U-20 germanisc undersæbāt torpedoed and sank the ocean liner RMS Lusitania, and þy cƿeall hit 1,198 menn þe ƿæron on bord.
- 1960 – Ceald Gūþ: Nikita Khrushchev Sofietisc folctoga sƿutolde þe his rīce heald Francis Gary Poƿers Americanisc fleoga, þæs U-2 spy plane ƿæs asceat ofer þære Sofietan Gesamnunge ā siexe dægas.
- 2007 – Israhelisc archaeologists flocc afūnd se byrgen þærin læg Herod se Micel Iudea cyning in þæm forma gearhund BC.