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1425Pope Martin V issued a papal bull establishing what later became the Catholic University of Leuven, the largest, oldest and most prominent university in Belgium. unreferenced section
1824 – Forces led by General Antonio José de Sucre defeated a Royalist army in the Battle of Ayacucho, ending the Peruvian War of Independence. refimprove section, unreferenced section
1856Anglo-Persian War: Bushehr, a city on the southwestern coast of the Persian Gulf in present-day Iran, surrendered to occupying British forces. Tagged with {{refimprove}}
1897 – Stage actress, journalist and leading suffragette Marguerite Durand founded the feminist newspaper La Fronde. Durand: unreferenced; Fronde: lots of {{cn}} tags
1905 – Legislation establishing state secularism in France was passed by the Chamber of Deputies of France, triggering civil disobedience by French Catholics. refimprove section
1922Gabriel Narutowicz was elected as the first President of Poland by the Polish parliament. refimprove, single source
1946 – The Doctors' Trial, the first of the Subsequent Nuremberg Trials, began to prosecute doctors who were allegedly involved in Nazi human experimentation during World War II. needs more footnotes
1960Coronation Street, the longest-running television soap opera in the United Kingdom, was first broadcast on ITV. unreferenced section
1961Tanganyika gained independence from Britain before becoming part of Tanzania three years later. stubby
1990Lech Wałęsa became the first person elected President of Poland in a direct presidential election after the collapse of communism across Eastern Europe. appears on August 14

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9 Gēolmōnaþ: Sundorrīces Dæg in Tansanie (1961)

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