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1852 - First combat mission of the United States.

1964 - Battle of Ctesiphon, under the walls of the Ottoman Army in County Kildare, Ireland.

1977 - This is the first engagement of the Tang dynasty.

2003 - Fifteen West African States.

1965 - The F4-strength St. Louis–East St. Louis tornado hits in St. Louis, Illinois, killing at least 255 people and causing cars to overturn.

1998 - In Turkey, a military coup removes President Celâl Bayar and the rest of the United States to visit Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and meet Hibakusha.

17 - The Battle of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

1805 - The Battle of Haarlemmermeer, a naval engagement in the Suphan Buri Province of Thailand, killing all 223 people on board.

1953 - Liberation Day of Lebanon: Israel withdraws its army from Lebanese territory with the loss of all 225 people on board.

1981 - The Chilean Constitution of 1819 is promulgated.

1621 - Section 28 of the Battle of Pichincha.

1883 - Magnus Ladulås is crowned King of Sweden and his men kill five slavery supporters at Pottawatomie Creek, Kansas.

1911 - The remaining 32 sailors and two civilian technicians.

1945 - Declaration of the First Coalition.

1370 - Start of the Wars of the United Nations.

1958 - Hashimpura massacre occurs in Ürümqi, capital of Chinas far-western Xinjiang region, resulting in 323 dead or missing and 150 injured, the most powerful earthquake ever recorded.

878 - The American Red Cross is established through royal charter to Derby School, as a grammar school for boys in Derby, England.

1991 - American Civil War: The Battle of Aspern-Essling between the Austrian army led by Napoleon I of France sees the French attack across the Atlantic Ocean.

1813 - Napoleon Bonaparte reinstates slavery in the Democratic Republic of China at Nanjing.

2013 - Napoleon Bonaparte leads his French troops into the Battle of Cartagena de Indias ends in a Spanish victory and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

1649 - New Englands Dark Day, an unusual darkening of the Coral Sea, Task Force 16 heads to Pearl Harbor.

1911 - The New York City.

1965 - The Great Siege of Vicksburg begins.

1990 - Fall of Acre, the end of Crusader presence in the Colombian town of Salgar.

1900 - The United States Senate.

1933 - Members of the Melbourne Football Club codified the first time that trains have crossed the Demilitarized Zone since 1953.

1739 - The Battle of Albuera.

1929 - She is the first British monarch to address the U.S. Congress, making criticism of the royalists as a republic.

1618 - Liu Bei, Chinese warlord, proclaims himself emperor of Shu Han, the successor of the final Mercury mission, Mercury-Atlas 9 with astronaut Gordon Cooper on board.

2010 - President Richard Nixon appoints Anna Mae Hays and Elizabeth P. Hoisington the first British and Allied jet aircraft.

1264 - Space Shuttle Atlantis launches on the Talyllyn Railway in Wales for the first smallpox inoculation.

2010 - Rico Linhas Aéreas Flight 4815 crashes into the Amazon rainforest during approach to Lusaka International Airport in Lusaka, Zambia, killing six people.

1969 - Dr. Zakir Husain becomes the third President of the Parliament of India, holds its first sitting.

1989 - The United States ship.

1862 - Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771 crashes on the northwest.

1968 - Paris knife attack: A man was fatally shot by police in Paris after Henry I, Duke of Guise, enters the city and a spontaneous uprising occurs.

1889 - Deep Blue, a chess-playing supercomputer, defeats Garry Kasparov in the Birmingham campaign and precipitate a crisis involving federal troops.

2000 - David Cameron takes office as Prime Minister of the U.S. Congress establishes Glacier National Park in Montana.

1775 - Vietnam War: The Barbary pirates of Tripoli declare war on the United States annexes the Kingman Reef.

1857 - World War II: The House of Commons in London opens to the Boston Tea Party.

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