Wikipǣdia:Gecorene gemynddagas/8 Þrimilcemōnaþ
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|1429 – Siege of Orléans: French troops led by Joan of Arc lifted the English siege and turned the tide of the Hundred Years' War.||unreferenced section, needs more footnotes|
|1846 – The first major battle in the Mexican–American War was fought at the Battle of Palo Alto near present-day Brownsville, Texas.||needs more footnotes|
|1886 – In Atlanta, American pharmacist John Pemberton first sold his carbonated beverage Coca-Cola as a patent medicine, claiming that it cured a number of diseases.||refimprove, too many non-free images|
|1902 – The volcanic eruption of Mount Pelée destroyed the town of Saint-Pierre, Martinique, killing over 30,000 people.||unreferenced section, refimprove section|
|1972 – Four members of Black September hijacked Sabena Flight 571 to demand the release of 315 convicted Palestinian terrorists.||needs expert attention|
- 453 BC – The house of Zhao defeats the house of Zhi, ending the Battle of Jinyang, a military conflict between the elite families of the State of Jin during the Spring and Autumn period of China.
- 1541 – Spanish conquistadors led by Hernando de Soto became the first documented Europeans to cross the Mississippi River.
- 1924 – Lithuania signed the Klaipėda Convention with the nations of the Conference of Ambassadors, taking the Klaipėda Region from East Prussia and making it into an autonomous region under unconditional sovereignty of Lithuania.
- 1927 – French aviators Charles Nungesser and Francois Coli aboard L'Oiseau Blanc biplane, attempting to make the first non-stop transatlantic flight from Paris to New York, disappeared after takeoff.
- 1945 – Most armed forces under German control ceased active operations by 23:01 CET after the German Instrument of Surrender was formally ratified, marking the end of World War II in Europe.
- 1984 – The Soviet Union announced the boycott of the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, citing security concerns and stated that "chauvinistic sentiments and an anti-Soviet hysteria [were] being whipped up in the United States".
- Ngô Đình Cẩn, who ordered the Huế Phật Đản shootings (1963) appears on 9 Þrimilcemōnaþ, so both should not be used in the same year.
- New Coke appears on April 23, so Coca-Cola should not appear in the same year.
- 1794 – Egesanrīce: Forþǣm þe he ƿæs bescyldod ðe he bið sƿica, Antoine Lavoisier Frencisc chemist (þæs gelicnes is hēr) and se ƿæs ǣrror cyninges scopambeht, ƿæs brōhtede fore dōmærne, gesōþod and behēafod be feallæx on þǣm ilcan dæge.
- 1842 – Tog rann of þǣm īsernƿege and befang fȳr in Paris, þǣrbe steaf 52 oðþe 200 menn.
- 1945 – Prass to ahērienne þone ende þǣre Ōðran Ƿoruldgūðe ƿeard gagolbǣrnes, gefolged be ƿīde unfriþ and morþ in and ymbe Sétif on þære Frenciscan Algerie.
- 1963 – In Huế on Sūþfietname, fēðan þæs Here þǣre Fietnam Cyneƿīsan opened fire in gemang of Buddadōmfæstum ƿiðersprēcum ƿiþ lēodƿeardes forbōd ƿið the flying of the Buddhist fāna on Vesākha, killing nine and sparking the Buddadōm crisis.
- 1987 – Ƿerod þæs Brittiscan Heres Synderlican Lyft Þegndōmes onrǣsdon of sire ƿiþ IRA ƿerodflocc in Lūhgalle on Ardmahascīre, and cƿeall eahta ƿælƿulfas and ān ōþer mann.