1831 – The first bank robbery in the United States, a US $ 245,000 robbery in New York City.
1866 – A ship full of intruders drowned in Monarch Liverpool, killing 738 people.
1877 – Australia defeated England by 45 runs in the first Test match.
1895 – Loomier’s Brothers recorded the first footage from their new Patent Cinematograph.
1920 – The US Senate voted for joining the League of Nations.
1927 – There was bloody conflicts between Nazi and Communists in Germany.
1944 – Azad Hind Fauj hoisted the national flag in North-East India.
1953 – The Academy Award for the first time was broadcast on television.
1965 – Indonesia nationalized all foreign oil companies.
1970 – The leaders of Eastern and Western Germany first met in 1949 after Germany’s partition.
1971 – After the cooperation of Bangladesh in East Pakistan’s freedom struggle, there was deep friendship and good relations between India and Bangladesh and in 1972 peace and friendship agreement between India and Bangladesh was signed.
1977 – France conducted nuclear tests on Muruora Island.
1982 – Some Argentines had landed on the British colony of Falkland in the South Atlantic and hoisted their country’s flag there.
1990 – Women’s first world ice hockey competition was held in Ottawa, the capital of Canada.
1994 – World’s largest 1383 sq ft omelet has been prepared in Japan with one lakh 60 thousand eggs in Yokohama.
1996 – Sarayevoy, the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina, has been reunited.
1998 – Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ji becomes the Prime Minister for the second time.
1999 – Resigned from the post of President of the European Commission Jacques Santrut
2001 – Sacrifice of 100 cows by the Taliban.
2001 – UK High House rejects proposal for extradition of musician Nadeem
2004 – US sued China for the first time in the World Trade Organization