Today In History
Muslims watch Christian Crusaders march around Jerusalem from within the city.
Samuel de Champlain established the first French settlement at Quebec.
Rhode Island is granted a charter guaranteeing freedom of worship from the British crown.
The Austrians annex Hungary and takes Budapest from the Turks.
Peter the Great defeats Charles XII at Poltava in Ukraine which ends the Swedish empire.
Britain breaks diplomatic relations with France as its disputes in the New World intensifies.
The British attacks on the Fort of Carillon at Ticonderoga, New York, which is foiled by the French.
French captures Brussels, Belgium.
After Napoleon gets defeated, Louis XVIII returns to Paris.
Percy Bysshe Shelley a 29-year old poet, drowns while sailing in Italy.
The Agreement at Villafranca Austria Surrenders Lombardy to France.
The conspirators in President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination are hanged in Washington, D.C.
The first ever ship to use electric lights departs from San Francisco, California.
Wall street Journal Is published for the first time.
The small crew of the battleship Potemkin surrenders to Romanian authorities.
American B-24 bombers strike Japanese controlled Wake Island for the first time ever.
The Soviet Union charges American pilot Francis Gary Powers with the charges of Spying.
Voyager-2 Takes first ever photo of the moon of Jupiter, Adrastea.
Kim Jong-IL Takes office as the supreme leader of North Korea.
After 42 years, Passenger trains between India and Bangladesh resumes.
Usa and South Korean Government Websites faces Cyber Attack.
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