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This was inspired by the other thread about birthday.Just do the samething execpt with the events.Just put the ones you think are cool or soemthing. Mine are:

1700 - Great Northern War: Battle of Narva - King Charles XII of Sweden defeats the army of Tsar Peter the Great at Narva

1789 - New Jersey becomes the first U.S. state to ratify the Bill of Rights.

1820 - An 80-ton sperm whale attacks the Essex (a whaling ship from Nantucket, Massachusetts) 2,000 miles from the western coast of South America (Herman Melville's 1851 novel Moby-Dick was in part inspired by this story).

1940 - World War II: Hungary, Romania and Slovakia join the Axis Powers.

1943 - World War II: Battle of Tarawa (Operation Galvanic) begins - United States Marines land on Tarawa Atoll in the Gilbert Islands and suffer heavy fire from Japanese shore guns and machine guns.

1962 - Cuban Missile Crisis ends: In response to the Soviet Union's agreeing to remove its missiles from Cuba, U.S. President John F. Kennedy ends the quarantine of the Caribbean nation.

1968 - Vietnam War: Eleven men comprising a Long Range Patrol team from F Company, 58th Infantry, 101st Airborne are surrounded and nearly wiped out by North Vietnamese army regulars from the 4th and 5th Regiment. The seven wounded survivors are rescued after several hours by an impromptu force made of other men from their unit.

1969 - Vietnam War: The Cleveland Plain Dealer publishes explicit photographs of dead villagers from the My Lai massacre in Vietnam.

1974 - The United States Department of Justice files its final anti-trust suit against AT&T. This suit later leads to the break up of AT&T and its Bell System.

1982 - Andy Kaufman was forever voted off Saturday Night Live by a live phone poll

1998 - A court in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan declares accused terrorist Osama bin Laden "a man without a sin" in regard to the 1998 U.S. embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania.

2003 - Michael Jackson is arrested by police on charges of child molestation.( damn this

2005 - Tacoma mall shooting: Six wounded during a shooting spree in a Tacoma, Washington mall
May the Schwartz be with us! 2012



MAL


Q: OK, so do you care about the labels — nastiest, edgiest team in the NFL?

Jim Schwartz: It's better than the alternative — meekest, least aggressive, softest team in the NFL.


#2
* 842 - Charles the Bald and Louis the German swear the Oaths of Strasbourg in the French and German languages.
* 1014 - Pope Benedict VIII recognizes Henry of Bavaria as King of Germany.
* 1076 - Pope Gregory VII excommunicates Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor.
* 1349 - Approximately 2,000 Jews were burned to death by mobs or forcibly removed from the city of Strasbourg.
* 1556 - Thomas Cranmer is declared a heretic.
* 1743 - Henry Pelham becomes British Prime Minister.
* 1778 - The United States Flag was formally recognized by a foreign naval vessel for the first time, when French Admiral Toussaint-Guillaume Picquet de la Motte rendered a nine gun salute to USS Ranger, commanded by John Paul Jones.
* 1779 - James Cook was killed by Native Hawaiians near Kealakekua on the Island of Hawaii.
* 1797 - French Revolutionary Wars: Battle of Cape St. Vincent - John Jervis, 1st Earl of St Vincent & Horatio Nelson (later 1st Viscount Nelson) led the British Royal Navy to victory over a Spanish fleet in action near Gibraltar.
* 1803 - Chief Justice John Marshall declares that any act of U.S. Congress which conflicts with the Constitution is void.
* 1804 - Karadjordje leads the First Serbian Uprising against the Ottoman Empire.
* 1831 - Ras Marye of Yejju marches into Tigray and defeats and kills Dejazmach Sabagadis in the Battle of Debre Abbay.
* 1835 - The original Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is formed in Kirtland, Ohio.
* 1843 - The event that inspired the song Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! is held.
* 1849 - In New York City, James Knox Polk becomes the first serving President of the United States to have his photograph taken.
* 1854 - Texas linked by telegraph with the rest of the United States, with the completion of a connection between New Orleans and Marshall, Texas.
* 1859 - Oregon admitted as the 33rd U.S. state.
* 1876 - Alexander Graham Bell applies for a patent for the telephone, as does Elisha Gray.
* 1879 - The War of the Pacific breaks out when Chilean armed forces occupy the Bolivian port city of Antofagasta.
* 1886 - First trainload of oranges left Los Angeles via the transcontinental railroad.
* 1895 - First performance of Oscar Wilde's last play The Importance of Being Earnest at the St James's Theatre in London.
* 1899 - Voting machines are approved by the U.S. Congress for use in federal elections.
* 1900 - Russia responds to international pressure to free Finland by tightening imperial control over the country.
* 1900 - Second Boer War: In South Africa, 20,000 British troops invade the Orange Free State.
* 1903 - The United States Department of Commerce and Labor is established (later split into Dept. of Commerce and Dept. of Labor).
* 1912 - Arizona admitted as the 48th U.S. state.
* 1912 - In Groton, Connecticut, the first diesel-powered submarine is commissioned.
* 1918 - Tarzan of the Apes, the first movie featuring Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan character, is released.
* 1918 - The Soviet Union adopts the Gregorian calendar (1 February according to the Julian calendar).
* 1919 - The Polish-Soviet War begins.
* 1920 - The League of Women Voters is founded in Chicago, Illinois.
* 1924 - The International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) is founded.
* 1929 - St. Valentine's Day Massacre: Seven gangster rivals of Al Capone's gang are murdered in Chicago, Illinois.
* 1942 - Battle of Pasir Panjang contributes to the fall of Singapore.
* 1943 - World War II: Rostov-on-Don, Russia is liberated.
* 1943 - World War II: Battle of the Kasserine Pass - German General Erwin Rommel and the Afrika Korps launch an offensive against Allied defenses in Tunisia.
* 1944 - World War II: Anti-Japanese revolt on Java.
* 1945 - On the second day of the Bombing of Dresden in World War II the British Royal Air Force and the United States Army Air Forces begin fire-bombing Dresden, the capital of the German state of Saxony.
* 1945 - Bombing of Prague - probably due to a mistake in the orientation of the pilots bombing Dresden.
* 1945 - President Franklin D. Roosevelt meets with King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia aboard the USS Quincy, officially starting the U.S.-Saudi diplomatic relationship.
* 1945 - Mostar is liberated by Yugoslav partisans.
* 1946 - The Bank of England is nationalized.
* 1949 - The Knesset (Israeli parliament) first convenes.
* 1949 - The Asbestos Strike begins in Canada. The strike marks the beginning of the Quiet Revolution in Quebec.
* 1952 - Olympic Games: Winter Olympic Games - VI Olympic Winter Games open in Oslo, Norway.
* 1956 - The XX Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union starts in Moscow. On the last night of the meeting, Premier Nikita Khruschev condemns Josef Stalin's crimes in a secret speech.
* 1961 - Discovery of the chemical elements: Element 103, Lawrencium, is first synthesized at the University of California.
* 1962 - First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy takes television viewers on a tour of the White House.
* 1966 - Australian currency is decimalised.
* 1979 - In Kabul, Muslim extremists kidnap the American ambassador to Afghanistan, Adolph Dubs who is later killed during a gunfight between his kidnappers and police.
* 1980 - Walter Cronkite announces his retirement from the CBS Evening News.
* 1981 - Stardust Disaster. A fire in a Dublin nightclub kills 48 people
* 1983 - United American Bank of Knoxville, Tennessee collapses. Its president, Jake Butcher is later convicted of fraud.
* 1984 - British ice dance team Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean win gold at the Olympic Games in Sarajevo for their free dance Bolero.
* 1989 - Union Carbide agrees to pay $470 million to the Indian government for damages it caused in the 1984 Bhopal Disaster.
* 1989 - Iranian leader Ruhollah Khomeini issues a fatwa encouraging Muslims to kill the author of The Satanic Verses, Salman Rushdie.
* 1989 - The first of 24 satellites of the Global Positioning System is placed into orbit.
* 1990 - 92 people are killed aboarad Indian Airlines Flight 605 at Bangalore, India.
* 1994 - Andrei Chikatilo, a Russian serial killer was executed by shooting.
* 1996 - China launches a Long March 3 rocket, carrying the Intelsat 708 satellite. The rocket flew off course 3 seconds after liftoff and crashed into a rural village.
* 1998 - Authorities in the United States announce that Eric Robert Rudolph is a suspect in an Alabama abortion clinic bombing.
* 2000 - The spacecraft NEAR Shoemaker enters orbit around asteroid 433 Eros, the first spacecraft to orbit an asteroid.
* 2002 - The Tullaghmurray Lass sinks off the coast of Kilkeel, County Down, Northern Ireland killing three members of the same family on board.
* 2004 - In a suburb of Moscow, Russia, the roof of the Transvaal water park collapses, killing more than 25 people, and wounding more than 100 others.
* 2005 - Lebanon's former Prime Minister, Rafik Hariri, is assassinated, prompting the Cedar Revolution (Intifada of Independence).
* 2005 - Seven people were killed and 151 wounded in a series of bombings by suspected Al-Qaeda-linked militants that hit the Philippines' Makati financial district in Metro Manila, Davao City, and General Santos City.
* 2006 - chip and PIN - UK cardholders had to use their PIN to be sure they could pay with their chip and PIN card. This change was made to better protect cardholders against fraudsters.
* 2007 - Al Franken broadcast his Air America Radio show, The Al Franken Show, for the last time. He plans to run for the U.S. Senate seat in Minnesota against incumbent Norm Coleman in 2008.
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June 29th


* 512 - A solar eclipse is recorded by a monastic chronicler in Ireland.
* 1149 - Raymond of Antioch is defeated and killed at the Battle of Inab by Nur ad-Din.
* 1194 - Sverre is crowned King of Norway.
* 1534 - Jacques Cartier makes the European discovery of Prince Edward Island.
* 1613 - The Globe Theatre in London, England burns to the ground.
* 1644 - Charles I of England defeats a Parliamentarian detachment at the Battle of Cropredy Bridge, the last battle won by an English King on English soil.
* 1659 - The Russians, led by prince Trubetskoy are defeated by the Ukrainian armies of Ivan Vyhovsky in the Battle of Konotop.
* 1749 - New Governor, Charles de la Ralière Des Herbiers, arrives at Isle Royale (Cape Breton Island).
* 1786 - Alexander Macdonell and over five hundred Roman Catholic highlanders leave Scotland to settle in Glengarry County, Ontario.
* 1850 - Coal is discovered on Vancouver Island.
* 1850 - Autocephaly Officially Granted by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople to The Church of Greece.
* 1864 - Ninety-nine people are killed in Canada's worst railway disaster near St-Hilaire, Quebec.
* 1874 - Greek politician Charilaos Trikoupis publishes a manifesto in the Athens daily Kairoi entitled "Who's to Blame?" in which he lays out his complaints against King George. He is elected Prime Minister of Greece the next year.
* 1880 - France annexes Tahiti.
* 1888 - First (known) recording of classical music made, Handel's Israel in Egypt on wax cylinder.
* 1891 - Street railway in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, commences operation.
* 1895 - Doukhobors burn their weapons as a protest against conscription by the Tsarist Russian government.
* 1914 - Jina Guseva attempts to assassinate Grigori Rasputin at his home town in Siberia.
* 1916 - Sir Roger Casement, Irish Nationalist and British diplomat is sentenced to death for his part in the Easter Rising.
* 1922 - France grants 1 km² at Vimy Ridge "freely, and for all time, to the Government of Canada, the free use of the land exempt from all taxes."
* 1925 - Canada House opens in London, England.
* 1926 - Arthur Meighen returns to office as Prime Minister of Canada.
* 1927 - First test of Wallace Turnbull's Controllable pitch propeller.
* 1937 - Joseph-Armand Bombardier of Canada receives patent for sprocket and track traction system used in snow vehicles.
* 1945 - Carpathian Ruthenia was annexed by Soviet Union.
* 1951 - Joseph Ratzinger, the future Pope Benedict XVI, is ordained as a priest.
* 1956 - The Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956 is signed, officially creating the United States Interstate Highway System.
* 1972 - The U.S. Supreme Court rules the death penalty could constitute "cruel and unusual punishment".
* 1974 - Isabel Perón is sworn in as the first female President of Argentina. Her husband President Juan Peron had delegated responsibility due to weak health and died two days later.
* 1976 - The Seychelles becomes independent from the United Kingdom.
* 1990 - I popped out of my mother's vagina.
* 1995 - Space Shuttle program: STS-71 Mission (Atlantis docks with the Russian space station Mir for the first time.)
* 1995 - The Sampoong Department Store collapses in the Seocho-gu district of Seoul, South Korea, killing 501 and injuring 937.
* 2002 - Naval clashes between South Korea and North Korea lead to the death of four South Korean sailors and sinking of a North Korean vessel.
* 2003 - Thirteen are killed in a porch collapse in Chicago.
* 2006 - The Dutch cabinet Balkenende II resigned.
* 2006 - Hamdan v. Rumsfeld: The U.S. Supreme Court rules that President George W. Bush's plan to try Guantanamo Bay detainees in military tribunals violates U.S. and international law.
* 2007 - Two car bombs are found in the heart of London at Picadilly Circus.
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#4
1487 - Battle of Stoke Field, the last dying breath of the Wars of the Roses.
1586 - Mary Queen of Scots recognizes Philip II of Spain as her heir.
1745 - British troops take Cape Breton Island, which is now part of Nova Scotia, Canada.
1745 - Sir William Pepperell captures the French Fortress Louisbourg in Louisbourg, Nova Scotia during the War of the Austrian Succession.
1746 - War of Austrian Succession: Austria and Sardinia defeat a Franco-Spanish army at the Battle of Piacenza.
1755 - French and Indian War: French surrender Fort Beauséjour to the British, leading to the expulsion of the Acadians.
1774 - Formation of Harrodsburg, Kentucky.
1779 - Spain declares war on the Kingdom of Great Britain, and the siege of Gibraltar begins.
1815 - Battle of Ligny and Battle of Quatre Bras, two days before Waterloo.
1836 - Formation of the London Working Men's Association begins the Chartist Movement.
1846 - The Papal conclave of 1846 concludes. Pope Pius IX is elected pope, beginning the longest reign in the history of the papacy (not counting St. Peter).
1858 - Abraham Lincoln's House Divided speech in Springfield, Illinois.
1858 - Battle of Morar, during the Indian Mutiny.
1871 - University Tests Act allows students to enter the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge and Durham without religious tests, except for courses in theology.
1891 - John Abbott becomes Canada's third prime minister.
1903 - Ford Motor Company incorporates.
1903 - Roald Amundsen commences first east-west navigation of the Northwest Passage by leaving Oslo, Norway.
1904 - Eugen Schauman assassinates Nikolai Bobrikov, Governor-General of Finland.
1911 - A 772 gram stony meteorite struck earth near Kilbourn, Columbia County, Wisconsin damaging a barn.
1915 - Foundation of the British Women's Institute
1922 - General election in Irish Free State: large majority to pro-Treaty Sinn Féin.
1924 - Whampoa Military Academy is founded.
1925 - The most famous Young Pioneer camp of the USSR, Artek established.
1930 - Sovnarkom establishes decree time in the USSR.
1940 - World War II: Marshal Henri Philippe Pétain becomes Premier of Vichy France.
1940 - A Communist government is installed in Lithuania.
1948 - The storming of the cockpit of the Miss Macao passenger seaplane, operated by a subsidiary of the Cathay Pacific Airways, marks the first skyjacking of a commercial plane.
1955 - Pope Pius XII excommunicates Juan Perón.
1960 - Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho opens in New York.
1961 - Rudolf Nureyev defects at Le Bourget airport in Paris.
1963 - Soviet Space Program: Vostok 6 Mission, Cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova becomes the first woman in space.
1967 - Monterey Pop Festival begins; Monterey, California.
1972 - Red Army Faction member Ulrike Meinhof is captured by police in Langenhagen.
1972 - Largest single-site hydro-electric power project in Canada starts at Churchill Falls, Labrador.
1976 - Apartheid: A non-violent march by 15,000 students in Soweto, South Africa turns into days of rioting when police open fire on the crowd and kill 566 children.
1983 - Yuri Andropov becomes president of the USSR.
1989 - Historic reburial of Imre Nagy, the former Hungarian Prime Minister in Budapest.
1994 - A Chinese operated Tupolev TU-154 crashes 10 minutes after takeoff killing 160.
1996 - First round of voting in the Russian presidential election.
1997 - Dairat Labguer massacre in Algeria; some 50 people killed.
1999 - Thabo Mbeki elected President of South Africa.
1999 - Maurice Greene sets a new 100m world record at 9.79 seconds. This is the largest drop in a 100m world record in the history of electronic timing from Donovan Bailey's 9.84.
2000 - Israel complies with UN Security Council Resolution 425 after 22 years of it issuance, which calls on Israel to completely withdraw from Lebanon. Israel withdrew from all of Lebanon, except the disputed Sheba Farms.
Births
1992 - Mike Hislop, Member of Cruise Control
hahahaha i wikipedia'd it and added me and my band for 1992 hahahaha
#5
i was born

edit: ok ill be nice

june 25th

524 - Battle of Vézeronce, Franks defeat Burgundians.
841 - Battle of Fontenay.
1530 - The Augsburg Confession is presented at the Diet of Augsburg to the Holy Roman Emperor by the Lutheran princes and Electors of Germany.
1678 - Elena Cornaro Piscopia is the first woman awarded a doctorate of philosophy.
1788 - Virginia becomes the 10th state to ratify the United States Constitution.
1876 - Battle of the Little Bighorn and the death of Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer.
1905 - Cullinan Diamond, the largest rough gem-quality diamond known, is discovered by Frederick Wells.
1938 - Dr. Douglas Hyde is inaugurated the first President of Ireland.
1940 - France formally surrenders to Nazi Germany.
1944 - The Battle of Tali-Ihantala, the largest battle ever fought in the Nordic Countries begins.
1947- The Diary of Anne Frank is published.
1948 - The Berlin Airlift begins.
1949 - Long-Haired Hare is released in Theaters starring Bugs Bunny and Giovanni Jones.
1950 - The beginning of the Korean War, with the invasion of the South by the North.
1957 - United Church of Christ founded with the union of the Evangelical and Reformed Church and the Congregational Christian Churches.
1967 - First global satellite television programme – "Our World"
1975 - Prime Minister Indira Gandhi declares Emergency in India, suspending civil liberties and elections.
1975 - Mozambique achieved independence.
1976 - Missouri Governor Christopher S. Bond issues an executive order rescinding the Extermination Order, formally apologizing on behalf of the state of Missouri for the suffering it had caused the Latter Day Saints.
1981 - Microsoft Inc. is restructured to become an incorporated business in its home state of Washington.
1982 - Greece abolishes headshaving of the recruits in the military.
1983 - India, led by Kapil Dev, wins the Cricket World Cup. They beat West Indies by 43 runs in the final at Lord's, London.
1991 - Croatia and Slovenia declare their independence from Yugoslavia.
1993 - Kim Campbell is chosen as leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada and becomes the first female Prime Minister of Canada.
1996 - The Khobar Towers bombing leaves 19 U.S. servicemen dead in Saudi Arabia.
1997 - An unmanned Progress spacecraft collided with the Russian Space station, Mir.
1998 - In Clinton v. City of New York, the United States Supreme Court decides that the Line Item Veto Act of 1996 is unconstitutional.
1999 - The final episode of thirty-five year old daytime drama Another World airs on NBC.
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1986: My twin sister was born

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#9
636 - Battle of Yarmuk: Arab forces led by Khalid bin Walid take control of Syria and Palestine away from the Byzantine Empire, marking the first great wave of Muslim conquests and the rapid advance of Islam outside Arabia.
917 - Battle of Anchialus: Tsar Simeon I of Bulgaria invades Thrace and drives the Byzantines out.
1000 - The foundation of the Hungarian state, Hungary is established as a Christian kingdom by Stephen I of Hungary.
1391 - Konrad von Wallenrode becomes the 24th Hochmeister of the Teutonic Order.
1794 - Battle of Fallen Timbers - American troops force a confederacy of Shawnee, Mingo, Delaware, Wyandot, Miami, Ottawa, Chippewa, and Potawatomi warriors into a disorganized retreat.
1804 - Lewis and Clark Expedition: The "Corps of Discovery", exploring the Louisiana Purchase, suffers its only death when Sergeant Charles Floyd dies, apparently from acute appendicitis.
1866 - President Andrew Johnson formally declared the U.S. Civil War over.
1882 - Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture debuts in Moscow.
1888 - Mutineers imprison Emin Pasha at Dufile.
1900 - Japan's primary school law is amended to provide for four years of mandatory schooling.
1914 - World War I: German forces occupy Brussels.
1920 - The first commercial radio station, 8MK (WWJ), begins operations in Detroit, Michigan.
1926 - Japan's public broadcasting company, Nippon Hōsō Kyōkai (NHK) is established.
1938 - Lou Gehrig hits his 23rd career grand slam - a record that still stands.
1940 - Exiled Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky is fatally wounded in Mexico City by an assassin's ice axe. He dies the next day.
1944 - The Battle of Romania begins with a major Soviet offensive.
1953 - The Soviet Union publicly acknowledged it had tested a hydrogen bomb.
1955 - In Morocco, a force of Berbers from the Atlas Mountains region of Algeria raid two rural settlements and kill 77 French nationals.
1960 - Senegal breaks from the Mali federation, declaring independence.
1968 - 200,000 Warsaw Pact troops and 5,000 tanks invade Czechoslovakia to end the "Prague Spring" of political liberalization.
1969 - All four Beatles were together in the recording studio for the final time as they finished the Abby Road LP.
1974 - Congress votes to reduce aid to South Vietnam from $1 Billion to $700 Million. Majority of the cuts were for military supplies.
1975 - Viking Program: NASA launches the Viking 1 planetary probe toward Mars.
1977 - Voyager Program: The United States launches the Voyager 2 spacecraft.
1982 - Lebanese Civil War: A multinational force lands in Beirut to oversee the PLO withdrawal from Lebanon.
1986 - In Edmond, Oklahoma, U.S. Postal employee Patrick Sherrill guns down 14 of his co-workers and then commits suicide.
1988 - "Black Saturday" of the Yellowstone fire in Yellowstone National Park
1988 - Peru becomes a member of the Berne Convention copyright treaty.
1988 - Iran-Iraq War: A cease-fire is agreed to after almost eight years of war.
1991 - Collapse of the Soviet Union: More than 100,000 people rally outside the Soviet Union's parliament building protesting the coup aiming to depose President Mikhail Gorbachev.
1991 - Estonia secedes from the Soviet Union.
1993 - After rounds of secret negotiations in Norway, the Oslo Peace Accords were signed, followed by a public ceremony in Washington, D.C. the next month.
1997 - Souhane massacre in Algeria; over 60 people killed, 15 kidnapped.
1998 - The Supreme Court of Canada states Quebec cannot legally secede from Canada without the federal government's approval.
1998 - U.S. embassy bombings: The United States military launches cruise missile attacks against alleged al-Qaida camps in Afghanistan and a suspected chemical plant in Sudan in retaliation for the August 7 bombings of American embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. The al-Shifa pharmaceutical factory in Khartoum is destroyed in the attack.
2002 - A group of Iraqis opposed to the regime of Saddam Hussein took over the Iraqi Embassy in Berlin for five hours before releasing their hostages and giving up.
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#10
june 2nd

1967- sergent peppers lonley hearts club band released

2007-sergent peppers lonley hearts club band 40th anaversery
#11
August 12

1991 (year I was born) - METALLICA BLACK ALBUM RELEASED
My Gear:
Peavey 6505+
Marshall 1960B
Schecter Hellraiser Avenger
Ibanez VBT700
Marshall Guv'nor
Marshall Echohead
Morley Tremonti Wah
Boss TU-2
Boss NS-2
Avatar 2x12
EHX Holy Grail Reverb
Furman SPB 8C
Boss Flange
#12
October 18th

1867 - The United States purchases Alaska from Russia for $7.2 million.

1898 - The United States takes possession of Puerto Rico.

1922 - The BBC (British Broadcasting Corportation) is founded.

1925 - The Grand Ole Opry opens.

1968 - The U.S. Olympic Committee suspends Tommie Smith and John Carlos for giving a black power salute on the podium at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.

1991 - Azerbaijan declares independence from the USSR.
#13
1964 - The Beatles arrive on their first visit to the United States.

Beat that
#16
'Finding Nemo' came out on my birthday.
Tonight I kill your fucking face.
I killed your face.


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#17
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Events: 23rd October

* 4004 BC - The universe was created, according to the Ussher-Lightfoot Calendar
* 42 BC - Roman Republican civil wars: Second Battle of Philippi - Brutus's army is decisively defeated by Mark Antony and Octavian. He commits suicide.
* 425 - Valentinian III is elevated as Roman Emperor, at the age of 6.
* 502 - The Synodus Palmaris, called by Gothic king Theodoric the Great, discharges Pope Symmachus of all charges, thus ending the schism of Antipope Laurentius.
* 1086 - At the Battle of az-Zallaqah, the army of Yusuf ibn Tashfin defeats the forces of Castilian King Alfonso VI
* 1157 - The Battle of Grathe Heath ends the civil war in Denmark. King Sweyn III is killed and Valdemar I restores the country.
* 1641 - Outbreak of the Irish Rebellion of 1641 - anniversary commemorated by Irish Protestants for over 200 years
* 1642 - Battle of Edgehill - First major battle of the first English civil law.
* 1694 - American colonial forces, led by Sir William Phipps, fail to seize Quebec.
* 1707 - The first Parliament of Great Britain, i.e., the United Kingdom, meets.
* 1739 - War of Jenkins' Ear starts: British Prime Minister, Robert Walpole, reluctantly declares war on Spain.
* 1812 - Claude François de Malet, a French general, begins a conspiracy to overthrow Napoleon Bonaparte, claiming that the Emperor died in Russia and that he was now the commandant of Paris. De Malet is executed on October 29.
* 1813 - The Pacific Fur Company trading post in Astoria, Oregon is turned over to the rival British North West Company (the fur trade in the Pacific Northwest was dominated for the next three decades by the United Kingdom).
* 1855 - Kansas Free State forces set up a competing government under their Topeka, Kansas, constitution, which outlaws slavery in the United States territory.
* 1861 - President Abraham Lincoln suspends the writ of habeas corpus in Washington, D.C., for all military-related cases.
* 1864 - American Civil War: Battle of Westport - Union forces under General Samuel R. Curtis defeat Confederate troops led by General Sterling Price at Westport, near Kansas City.
* 1867 - 72 Senators are summoned by Royal Proclamation to serve as the first members of the Canadian Senate.
* 1870 - Franco-Prussian War: the Siege of Metz concludes with a decisive Prussian victory.
* 1906 - Alberto Santos-Dumont flies an airplane in the first heavier-than-air flight in Europe at Champs de Bagatelle, Paris, France.
* 1911 - First use of aircraft in war: an Italian pilot takes off from Libya to observe Turkish army lines during the Turco-Italian War.
* 1912 - First Balkan War: The Battle of Kumanovo between the Serbian and Ottoman armies begins.
* 1915 - Woman's suffrage: In New York City, 25,000-33,000 women march on Fifth Avenue to advocate their right to vote.
* 1929 - Great Depression: After a steady decline in stock market prices since a peak in September, the New York Stock Exchange begins to show signs of panic.
* 1929 - The first North American transcontinental air service begins between New York City and Los Angeles, California.
* 1930 - The first miniature golf tournament was completed in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
* 1935 - Dutch Schultz, Abe Landau, Otto Berman, and Bernard "Lulu" Rosenkrantz are fatally shot at a saloon in Newark, New Jersey in what will become known as The Chophouse Massacre.
* 1941 - World War II: Field Marshal Georgy Zhukov takes command of Red Army operations designed to prevent the further advance into Russia of German forces and to prevent the German armies from capturing Moscow.
* 1941 - Burning of the Odessa, Ukraine, Jews: 19,000 Jews are burned alive at Dalnik in Odessa, by Romanian and German troops. The next day, another 10,000 Jews are killed. Romanian Lieutenant-Colonel Nicolae Deleanu administered the executions.
* 1942 - World War II: The Second Battle of El Alamein starts - At El Alamein in northern Egypt, the British Eighth Army under Field Marshal Montgomery begin a critical offensive to expel the Axis armies from Egypt, never to return.
* 1942 - All 12 passengers and crewmen aboard an American Airlines DC-3 airliner are killed when it is struck by a U.S. Army Air Forces bomber near Palm Springs, California. Among the victims is award-winning composer and songwriter Ralph Rainger ("Thanks for the Memory", "Love in Bloom", "Blue Hawaii").
* 1944 - World War II: The Battle of Leyte Gulf begins - The largest naval battle in history begins in the Philippines; and also, the Soviet Red Army enters Hungary.
* 1946 - The United Nations General Assembly convened for the first time, at an auditorium in Flushing Meadow, New York.
* 1956 - Thousands of Hungarians protest against the Government and Soviet occupation. (The Hungarian Revolution is crushed on November 4).
* 1958 - The Belgian cartoonist Peyo introduced a new set of comic strip characters The Smurfs.
* 1965 - Vietnam War: The 1st Cavalry Division (United States) (Airmobile), in conjunction with South Vietnamese forces, launch a new operation, seeking to destroy North Vietnamese forces in Pleku Province in the II Corps Tactical Zone (the Central Highlands).
* 1973 - The Watergate Scandal: US President Richard M. Nixon agrees to turn over subpoenaed audio tapes of his Oval Office conversations about the scandal.
* 1973 - A United Nations sanctioned cease-fire officially ends the Yom Kippur War between Israel and Syria.
* 1983 - Lebanon Civil War: The U.S. Marines barracks in Beirut is hit by a truck bomb, killing 241 U.S. Marines.
* 1983 - A French army barracks in Lebanon is also hit that same morning, killing 58 troops.
* 1987 - The United States Senate rejected the Supreme Court nomination of Robert H. Bork on a 58-42 vote.
* 1989 - The Hungarian Republic is officially declared by president Mátyás Szűrös, replacing the communist Hungarian People's Republic.
* 1992 - Emperor Akihito becomes the first Emperor of Japan to stand on Chinese soil.
* 1998 - Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Chairman Yasser Arafat reach a "land for peace" agreement.
* 2001 - The Provisional Irish Republican Army of Northern Ireland commences disarmament after peace talks encouraged by American President William Jefferson Clinton.
* 2001 - Apple Inc. releases the first iPod.
* 2002 - Moscow Theatre Siege begins: Chechen rebels seize the House of Culture theater in Moscow and take approximately 700 theater-goers hostage.
* 2004 - Brazil's "Operation Cajuana" launches its first rocket into space, the VSB-30, just 14 months after its space program was hit a deadly launch pad accident.
* 2004 - A powerful earthquake and its aftershocks hit Niigata prefecture, northern Japan, killing 35 people, injuring 2,200, and leaving 85,000 homeless or evacuated.

So, the Universe was created whilst God was anticipating my arrival, eh?
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* 768 - Carloman I and Charlemagne are incoronated Kings of France.
* 1000 - Leif Ericson discovers Vinland and becomes the first known European to walk in North America.
* 1075 - Dmitar Zvonimir was crowned as king of the Croatia.
* 1238 - James I of Aragon conquered Valencia and founded the Kingdom of Valencia.
* 1446 - The Hangul alphabet is published in Korea.
* 1514 - Marriage of Louis XII of France and Mary Tudor.
* 1558 - Mérida is founded in Venezuela.
* 1582 - Due to the implementation of the Gregorian calendar this day does not exist in this year in Italy, Poland, Portugal and Spain.
* 1595 - The Spanish army captures Cambrai.
* 1604 - Supernova 1604, the most recent supernova to be observed in the Milky Way.
* 1635 - Founder of Rhode Island Roger Williams is banished from Massachusetts Bay Colony as a religious dissident after he spoke out against punishments for religious offenses and giving away Native American land.
* 1701 - The Collegiate School of Connecticut (later renamed Yale University) is chartered in Old Saybrook, Connecticut.
* 1760 - Russia conquers Berlin.
* 1771 - The Dutch merchant ship Vrouw Maria sinks near the coast of Finland.
* 1776 - Father Francisco Palou founds Mission San Francisco de Asis in what is now San Francisco, California.
* 1799 - Sinking of HMS Lutine, with the loss of 240 men and a cargo worth £1,200,000.
* 1804 - Hobart, capital of Tasmania, is founded.
* 1806 - Prussia declares war to France.
* 1812 - War of 1812: In a naval engagement on Lake Erie, American forces capture two British ships; HMS Detroit and HMS Caledonia.
* 1820 - Guayaquil declared independence from Spain.
* 1824 - Slavery is abolished in Costa Rica.
* 1831 - Capo d'Istria was assassinated.
* 1845 - The eminent and controversial Anglican, John Henry Newman, was received into the Roman Catholic Church.
* 1854 - Beginning of the siege of Sebastopol.
* 1861 - American Civil War: Battle of Santa Rosa Island - Union troops repel Confederate attempt to capture Fort Pickens.
* 1864 - American Civil War: Battle of Tom's Brook - Union cavalrymen in the Shenandoah Valley defeat Confederate forces at Tom's Brook, Virginia.
* 1871 - The Great Chicago Fire is brought under control.
* 1874 - General Postal Union was created as a result of the Treaty of Berne.
* 1888 - The Washington Monument officially opens to the general public.
* 1914 - World War I: Siege of Antwerp - Antwerp, Belgium falls to German troops.
* 1919 - Black Sox scandal: The Cincinnati Reds "win" the World Series.
* 1934 - Regicide at Marseille: The assassination of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia and Louis Barthou, Foreign Minister of France.
* 1936 - Generators at Boulder Dam (later renamed to Hoover Dam) begin to transmit electricity from the Colorado River 266 miles to Los Angeles, California.
* 1940 - World War II: Battle of Britain - During a nighttime air raid by the German Luftwaffe, St. Paul's Cathedral is pierced by a bomb.
* 1941 - A coup in Panama declares Ricardo Adolfo de la Guardia Arango new president.
* 1942 - Statute of Westminster 1931 formalizes Australian autonomy.
* 1942 - The last day of the October Matanikau action on Guadalcanal as United States Marine Corps forces withdraw back across the Matanikau River after destroying most of the Imperial Japanese Army's 4th Infantry Regiment.
* 1962 - Uganda becomes an independent Commonwealth realm.
* 1963 - In northeast Italy, over 2,000 people are killed when a large landslide behind the Vajont Dam causes a giant wave of water to overtop it.
* 1967 - A day after being caught, Che Guevara is executed for attempting to incite a revolution in Bolivia.
* 1969 - In Chicago, the United States National Guard is called in for crowd control as demonstrations continue in connection to the trial of the "Chicago Eight" (trial started on September 24).
* 1970 - The Khmer Republic is proclaimed in Cambodia.
* 1981 - Abolition of capital punishment in France.
* 1983 - Rangoon bombing: attempted assassination of South Korean President Chun Doo-hwan during an official visit to Rangoon, Burma. Chun survived but the blast killed 17 of his entourage, including four cabinet ministers, whilst 17 others were injured. Four Burmese officials also died in the blast.
* 1986 - The Phantom of the Opera has its first performance in Her Majesty's Theatre.
* 1989 - An official news agency in the Soviet Union reports the landing of a UFO in Voronezh.
* 1989 - In Leipzig, East Germany, 70,000 protesters demand the legalization of opposition groups and democratic reforms.
* 1991 - Ecuador becomes a member of the Berne Convention copyright treaty.
* 1992 - A 13 kilogram (est.) meteorite lands in the driveway of the Knapp residence in Peekskill, New York, destroying the family's 1980 Chevrolet Malibu
* 1995 - An Amtrak Sunset Limited train is derailed by saboteurs near Palo Verde, Arizona.
* 2001 - Second mailing of anthrax letters from Trenton, New Jersey in the 2001 anthrax attack.
* 2004 - Democratic elections held for the first time in Afghanistan.
* 2005 - Smoking is fully banned on the UK rail network.
* 2006 - North Korea allegedly tests its first nuclear device.
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1990 - I was born.

Some other important stuff too but that pails in comparison to the beginning of my awesome existence.
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Hendrix died Sept. 18, nothing else is important.

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December 26.

# 1481 - Battle of Westbrook - Holland defeats troops of Utrecht.
# 1620 - Elizabeth Báthory's crimes are uncovered.
# 1620 - Pilgrim Fathers land at what becomes New Plymouth in Massachusetts.
# 1776 - American Revolutionary War: The British are defeated in the Battle of Trenton.
# 1790 - Louis XVI of France gives his public assent to Civil Constitution of the Clergy during the French Revolution.
# 1792 - The final trial of Louis XVI of France begins in Paris.
# 1793 - Battle of Geisberg: French defeat Austrians.
# 1793 - The wedding of Prince Friedrich Ludwig of Prussia and Frederica of Mecklenburg-Strelitz takes place.
# 1805 - Austria and France sign the Treaty of Pressburg.
# 1806 - Battles of Pultusk and Golymin: Russian forces hold French forces under Napoleon.
# 1811 - A theater fire in Richmond, Virginia kills the Governor of Virginia George William Smith and the president of the First National Bank of Virginia Abraham B. Venable.
# 1825 - Several Imperial Russia army officers lead circa 3000 soldiers on the Senate Square in the failed Decembrist uprising.
# 1848 - The Phi Delta Theta fraternity is founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
# 1860 - The first ever inter-club football match takes place between Hallam F.C. and Sheffield F.C. at the Sandygate Road ground in Sheffield, England.
# 1861 - American Civil War: The Trent Affair: Confederate diplomatic envoys James M. Mason and John Slidell are freed by the United States government, thus heading off a possible war between the United States and Britain.
# 1862 - American Civil War: The Battle of Chickasaw Bayou begins.
# 1862 - Four nuns serving as volunteer nurses on board USS Red Rover are the first female nurses on a U.S. Navy hospital ship.
# 1862 - The largest mass-hanging in U.S. history took place in Mankato, Minnesota, killing 39.
# 1870 - The 12.8-km long Fréjus Rail Tunnel through the Alps is completed.
# 1871 - Gilbert and Sullivan collaborate for the first time, on their lost opera, Thespis. It does modestly well, but the two would not collaborate again for four years.
# 1883 - The Harbour Grace Affray between Irish Catholics and Protestant Orangemen causes five deaths in Newfoundland.
# 1898 - Marie and Pierre Curie announce the isolation of radium.
# 1916 - Joseph Joffre is made Marshal of France.
# 1919 - Babe Ruth of the Boston Red Sox is sold to the New York Yankees by owner Harry Frazee.
# 1925 - The Communist Party of India is founded.
# 1925 - Turkey adopts the Gregorian Calendar.
# 1933 - The Nissan Motor Company is organized in Tokyo, Japan.
# 1933 - FM radio is patented.
# 1943 - World War II: The German warship Scharnhorst sinks off the coast of North Cape in Norway after being attacked by the Royal Navy late the previous evening.
# 1944 - World War II: U.S. troops repulse German forces at Bastogne.
# 1945 - CFP franc and CFA franc are created.
# 1948 - Cardinal Mindszenty is arrested in Hungary and accused of treason and conspiracy.
# 1966 - The first Kwanzaa is celebrated by Maulana Karenga, the chair of Black Studies at California State University, Long Beach.
# 1973 - Comet Kohoutek reaches perihelion but is not as spectacular a display as expected.
# 1973 - Soyuz 13 lands on earth after a week in orbit.
# 1974 - Salyut 4 is launched.
# 1975 - The Tupolev Tu-144 goes into service in Soviet Union.
# 1976 - The Communist Party of Nepal (Marxist-Leninist) is founded.
# 1979 - Soviet Special forces take over presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan.
# 1979 - Opening night of the Concerts for the People of Kampuchea at the Hammersmith Odeon; a benefit concert for the citizens of Cambodia who were victims of dictator Pol Pot.
# 1980 - Aeroflot puts the Ilyushin Il-86 into service.
# 1982 - Time Magazine's Man of the Year is for the first time a non-human, the personal computer.
# 1986 - The first long-running American television soap opera, Search for Tomorrow, airs its final episode after thirty-five years on the air.
# 1988 - The Nanjing Anti-African protests in Nanjing, the People's Republic of China begin.
# 1991 - The Supreme Soviet meets and formally dissolves the USSR.
# 1996 - Start of the largest strike in South Korean history.
# 1996 - The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification goes into force.
# 1996 - Six-year-old beauty queen JonBenét Ramsey is found beaten and strangled in the basement of her family's home in Boulder, Colorado.
# 1997 - The Soufriere Hills volcano on the island of Montserrat explodes, creating a small tsunami offshore.
# 1998 - Iraq announces its intention to fire upon U.S. and British warplanes that patrol the northern and southern no-fly zones.
# 1998 - Severe gales over Ireland, northern England, and southern Scotland cause widespread disruption and widespread power outages in Northern Ireland and southern Scotland.
# 1999 - Severe weather in France kills over 100 people and causes extensive damage to property, trees and the French national power grid (see Lothar).
# 2003 - A strong magnitude 6.6 earthquake devastates southeast Iranian city of Bam, killing tens of thousands and destroying the citadel of Arg-é Bam.
# 2004 - An earthquake measuring 9.3 on the Richter magnitude scale creates a tsunami causing devastation in Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, the Maldives and many other areas around the rim of the Indian Ocean, killing more than 300,000.
# 2005 - Boxing Day shooting on a busy shopping street in Toronto.
# 2006 - The 2006 Hengchun earthquake with 7.1 magnitude hit Taiwan
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* 871 - Battle of Ashdown - Ethelred of Wessex defeats a Danish invasion army.
* 1297 - Monaco gains its independence.
* 1499 - Louis XII of France marries Anne of Brittany.
* 1734 - Premiere of George Frideric Handel's Ariodante at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
* 1746 - Bonnie Prince Charlie occupies Stirling.
* 1790 - George Washington delivers the first State of the Union Address address in New York City.
* 1806 - Cape Colony becomes a British colony.
* 1811 - A unsuccessful slave revolt was led by Charles Deslandes in St. Charles and St. James, Louisiana.
* 1815 - War of 1812: Battle of New Orleans - Andrew Jackson leads American forces in victory over the British.
* 1835 - The United States national debt is 0 for the first and only time.
* 1838 - Alfred Vail demonstrates a telegraph using dots and dashes (this is the forerunner of Morse code).
* 1863 - American Civil War: Second Battle of Springfield
* 1867 - African American men granted the right to vote in Washington, D.C.
* 1877 - Crazy Horse and his warriors fight their last battle with the United States Cavalry at Wolf Mountain (Montana Territory).
* 1900 - President William McKinley places Alaska under military rule.
* 1906 - A landslide in Haverstraw, New York, caused by the excavation of clay along the Hudson River, kills 20 people.
* 1912 - The African National Congress is founded.
* 1916 - World War I: Allied forces withdraw from Gallipoli.
* 1918 - President Woodrow Wilson announces his "Fourteen Points" for the aftermath of World War I.
* 1926 - Abdul-Aziz ibn Saud becomes the King of Hejaz and renames it Saudi Arabia.
* 1940 - World War II: Britain introduces food rationing.
* 1956 - Operation Auca: Five U.S. missionaries are killed by the Huaorani of Ecuador shortly after making contact with them.
* 1959 - Fidel Castro's Cuban Revolution is completed with the take over of Santiago de Cuba.
* 1961 - In France, a referendum supports Charles de Gaulle's policies in Algeria.
* 1962 - Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa is exhibited in the United States for the first time at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
* 1962 - The Harmelen train disaster kills 93 people in The Netherlands.
* 1964 - President Lyndon B. Johnson declares a "War on Poverty" in the United States.
* 1973 - Soviet space mission Luna 21 is launched.
* 1973 - Watergate scandal: The trial of seven men accused of illegal entry into Democratic Party headquarters at Watergate begins.
* 1975 - Ella Grasso becomes Governor of Connecticut, becoming the first woman to serve as a Governor in the United States who did not succeed her husband.
* 1979 - The tanker Betelgeuse explodes in Bantry Bay, Ireland (The Betelgeuse incident).
* 1982 - AT&T agrees to divest itself of twenty-two subdivisions.
* 1989 - The Kegworth air disaster. British Midland flight 92 crashes into the M1 motorway killing 47 people out of 127 onboard.
* 1989 - Beginning of Japanese Heisei era.
* 1994 - Russian cosmonaut Valeri Polyakov on Soyuz TM-18 leaves for Mir. He would stay on the space station until March 22, 1995, for a record 437 days in space.
* 1996 - An Antonov 32 cargo turboprop powered plane crashes into the central market in Kinshasa, Zaire killing more than 350 people.
* 2002 - President George W. Bush signs into law the No Child Left Behind Act.
* 2004 - The RMS Queen Mary 2, the largest passenger ship ever built, is christened by her namesake's granddaughter, Queen Elizabeth II.
* 2006 - A magnitude 6.9 earthquake with its epicenter just off the Greek island of Kythira hits much of the country and is felt throughout the entire eastern Mediterranean Sea.

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#27
March 15th

* 44 BC - Julius Caesar, Dictator of the Roman Republic, is stabbed to death by Marcus Junius Brutus, Gaius Cassius Longinus, Decimus Junius Brutus and several other Roman senators on the Ides of March.
* 221 - Liu Bei, a Chinese warlord and member of the Han royal house, declares himself emperor of Shu-Han and claims his legitimate succession to the Han Dynasty.
* 351 - Constantius II elevates his cousin Gallus to Caesar, and puts him in charge of the Eastern part of the Roman Empire.
* 933 - After a ten-year truce, German King Henry I defeats a Hungarian army at the Battle of Riade near the Unstrut river.
* 1311 - Battle of Halmyros: The Catalan Company defeats Walter V of Brienne to take control of the Duchy of Athens, a Crusader state in Greece.
* 1493 - Christopher Columbus returns to Spain after his first trip to the Americas.
* 1545 - First meeting of the Council of Trent.
* 1672 - Charles II of England issues the Royal Declaration of Indulgence.
* 1776 - South Carolina becomes the first American colony to declare its independence from Great Britain and set up its own government.
* 1781 - American Revolutionary War: Battle of Guilford Courthouse - Near present-day Greensboro, North Carolina, 1,900 British troops under General Charles Cornwallis defeat an American force numbering 4,400.
* 1783 - In an emotional speech in Newburgh, New York, George Washington asks his officers not to support the Newburgh Conspiracy. The plea is successful and the threatened coup d'etat never takes place.
* 1820 - Maine becomes the 23rd U.S. state.
* 1848 - A revolution breaks out in Hungary. The Habsburg rulers are compelled to meet the demands of the Reform party.
* 1873 - The Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity is founded at Massachusetts Agricultural College.
* 1877 - The first Test cricket match begins between England and Australia.
* 1906 - Rolls-Royce Limited is incorporated.
* 1916 - President Woodrow Wilson sends 12,000 United States troops over the U.S.-Mexico border to pursue Pancho Villa.
* 1917 - Tsar Nicholas II of Russia abdicates the Russian throne and his brother the Grand Duke becomes Tsar.
* 1919 - The American Legion forms in Paris.
* 1922 - After Egypt gains nominal independence from the United Kingdom, Fuad I becomes King of Egypt.
* 1926 - The dictator Theodoros Pangalos is elected President of Greece without opposition.
* 1933 - Austrian Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss keeps members of the National Council from convening, starting the austrofascist dictatorship.
* 1939 - World War II: German troops occupy the remaining part of Bohemia and Moravia; Czechoslovakia ceases to exist.
* 1943 - World War II: Third Battle of Kharkov - the Germans retake the city of Kharkov from the Soviet armies in bitter street fighting.
* 1944 - World War II: Battle of Monte Cassino - Allied aircraft bomb the German-held monastery and stage an assault.
* 1952 - In Cilaos, Réunion, 1870 mm (73 inches) of rain falls in one day, setting a new world record.
* 1961 - South Africa withdraws from the Commonwealth of Nations.
* 1965 - President Lyndon B. Johnson, responding to the Selma crisis, tells U.S. Congress "We shall overcome" while advocating the Voting Rights Act.
* 1970 - The Expo '70 world's fair opens in Osaka, Japan.
* 1985 - The first Internet domain name is registered (symbolics.com).
* 1988 - The Halabja poison gas attack of the Iran-Iraq War begins.
* 1989 - The United States Department of Veterans Affairs is established.
* 1990 - Gulf War: Iraq hangs British journalist Farzad Bazoft for spying.
* 1990 - Mikhail Gorbachev is elected as the first executive president of the Soviet Union.
* 1990 - The ethnic clashes of Târgu Mureş begin on the anniversary of the Revolutions of 1848 in the Habsburg areas.
* 1991 - Germany formally regains complete independence after the four post-World War II occupying powers (France, the United Kingdom, the United States and the Soviet Union) relinquish all remaining rights.
* 2003 - Hu Jintao takes over presidency for the People's Republic of China.
* 2004 - Announcement of the discovery of 90377 Sedna, the farthest natural object in the Solar system so far observed.
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March 27.

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1998 - The Food and Drug Administration approves Viagra for use as a treatment for male impotence, the first pill to be approved for this condition in the United States.
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#29
529 - First draft of Corpus Juris Civilis (a fundamental work in jurisprudence) is issued by Eastern Roman Emperor Justinian I.
1348 - Charles University is founded in Prague.
1521 - Ferdinand Magellan arrives at Cebu.
1541 - Francis Xavier leaves Lisbon on a mission to the Portuguese East Indies.
1776 - Captain John Barry and the USS Lexington captures the Edward.
1795 - France adopts the metre as the basic measure of length.
1798 - The Mississippi Territory is organized from territory ceded by Georgia and South Carolina and is later twice expanded to include disputed territory claimed by both the U.S. and Spain.
1805 - Lewis and Clark Expedition: The Corps of Discovery breaks camp among the Mandan tribe and resumes its journey West along the Missouri River.
1805 - First public performance of Beethoven's Third Symphony (Eroica).
1827 - John Walker, an English chemist, sells the first friction match. He had invented it the previous year.
1829 - Joseph Smith, Jr., founder of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, commences translation of the Book of Mormon, with Oliver Cowdery as his scribe.
1862 - American Civil War: Battle of Shiloh ends - the Union Army under General Ulysses S. Grant defeats the Confederates near Shiloh, Tennessee.
1868 - Thomas D'Arcy McGee, one of the Canadian Fathers of Confederation is assassinated by the Irish, in one of the few Canadian political assassinations, and the only one of a federal politician.
1890 - Completion of the first Lake Biwa Canal.
1906 - Mount Vesuvius erupts and devastates Naples.
1906 - The Algeciras Conference gives France and Spain control over Morocco.
1908 - H. H. Asquith of the Liberal Party takes office as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, from Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman
1922 - Teapot Dome scandal: United States Secretary of the Interior leases Teapot Dome petroleum reserves in Wyoming.
1927 - First distance public television broadcast (from Washington, DC to New York City, displaying the image of Commerce Secretary Herbert Hoover).
1933 - Prohibition is repealed for beer of no more than 3.2% alcohol by weight, eight months before the ratification of the XXI amendment.
1939 - World War II: Italy invades Albania.
1940 - Booker T. Washington becomes the first African American to be depicted on a United States postage stamp.
1943 - Holocaust: In Terebovlia, Ukraine, Germans order 1,100 Jews to undress to their underwear and march through the city of Terebovlia to the nearby village of Plebanivka. There they are shot dead and buried in ditches.
1945 - World War II: The Japanese battleship Yamato, the largest battleship ever constructed, is sunk 200 miles north of Okinawa while en-route to a suicide mission in Operation Ten-Go.
1945 - World War II: Visoko is liberated by the 7th, 9th and 17th Krajina brigades from the Tenth division of Yugoslav Partisan forces.
1946 - Syria's independence from France is officially recognised.
1948 - The World Health Organization is established by the United Nations.
1948 - A Buddhist monastery burns in Shanghai, China, leaving twenty monks dead.
1954 - U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower gives his "domino theory" speech during a news conference.
1956 - Spain relinquishes its protectorate in Morocco.
1963 - Yugoslavia is proclaimed to be a Socialist republic and Josip Broz Tito is named President for life.
1964 - IBM announces the System/360.
1968 - Jim Clark, two-time F1 World Champion and winner of the Indianapolis 500, dies in a racing accident during a Formula 2 race at Hockenheim, Germany.
1969 - The Internet's symbolic birth date: publication of RFC 1.
1971 - U.S. President Richard Nixon announces his decision to increase the rate of American troop withdrawals from Vietnam.
1976 - Former British Cabinet Minister John Stonehouse resigns from the Labour Party.
1977 - German Federal Prosecutor Siegfried Buback and his driver are shot by two Red Army Faction members while waiting at a red light.
1978 - Development of the neutron bomb is canceled by U.S. President Jimmy Carter.
1983 - During STS-6, astronauts Story Musgrave and Don Peterson perform the first space shuttle spacewalk.
1985 - Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev declares a moratorium on the deployment of middle-range missiles in Europe.
1989 - Soviet submarine Komsomolets sinks in the Barents Sea off the coast of Norway killing 42 sailors.
1990 - Iran Contra Affair: John Poindexter is found guilty of five charges for his part in the scandal (the conviction was reversed on appeal).
1992 - Republika Srpska announces its independence.
1994 - Massacres of Tutsis begin in Kigali, Rwanda.
1999 - The World Trade Organisation rules in favor of the United States in its long-running trade dispute with the European Union over bananas.
2001 - Mars Odyssey is launched.
2003 - U.S. troops capture Baghdad; Saddam Hussein's regime falls two days later.
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#31
#1456 - A retrial verdict acquits Joan of Arc of heresy 25 years after her death.
# 1534 - European colonization of the Americas: First known exchange between Europeans and natives of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, in New Brunswick.
# 1543 - French troops invade Luxembourg.
# 1585 - Treaty of Nemours abolishes tolerance to Protestants in France.
# 1777 - American Revolutionary War: Battle of Hubbardton
# 1798 - Quasi-War: The U.S. Congress rescinds treaties with France sparking the 'war.'
# 1799 - Ranjit Singh's men take up their positions outside Lahore.
# 1807 - Napoleonic Wars: Peace of Tilsit between France, Prussia and Russia ends the Fourth Coalition.
# 1846 - Mexican-American War: American troops occupy Monterey and Yerba Buena, thus beginning the United States conquest of California.
# 1863 - United States begins first military draft; exemptions cost $100
# 1865 - American Civil War: Four conspirators in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln were hanged.
# 1892 - Katipunan: The Revolutionary Philippine Brotherhood is established leading to the fall of the Spanish Empire in Asia.
# 1898 - President William McKinley signs the Newlands Resolution annexing Hawaii as a territory of the United States.
# 1915 - World War I: End of First Battle of the Isonzo.
# 1915 - A Great Gorge and International Railway trolley with an extreme overload of 157 passengers crashed near Queenston, Ontario, killing 15.
# 1917 - Russian Revolution: Prince Georgy Yevgenyevich Lvov forms Provisional Government in Russia after the deposing of the Tsar Nicholas II.
# 1930 - Industrialist Henry J. Kaiser begins construction of the Boulder Dam (now known as Hoover Dam).
# 1937 - Sino-Japanese War: Battle of Lugou Bridge - Japanese forces invade Beijing, China.
# 1941 - World War II: American forces land in Iceland to forestall an invasion by Germany.
# 1941 - World War II: Beirut is occupied by Free France and British troops.
# 1946 - Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini becomes the first American to be canonized.
# 1946 - Howard Hughes nearly dies when his XF-11 spy plane prototype crashes in a Beverly Hills neighborhood.
# 1947 - Alleged and disputed Roswell UFO incident.
# 1953 - Che Guevara set out on a trip through Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, and El Salvador.
# 1954 - Formation of the TANU in Tanzania
# 1956 - Fritz Moravec reaches the peak of Gasherbrum II (8,035 m).
# 1958 - President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs the Alaska Statehood Act into United States law.
# 1959 - 14:28 UT Venus occults the star Regulus. This rare event was used to determine the diameter of Venus and the structure of the Venusian atmosphere.
# 1967 - Beginning of the civil war in Biafra.
# 1969 - In Canada, the Official Languages Act is adopted making the French language equal to the English language throughout the Federal government.
# 1978 - The Solomon Islands become independent from the United Kingdom.
# 1980 - Institution of sharia in Iran.
# 1980 - The Safra massacre in Lebanon.
# 1983 - Cold War: Samantha Smith, a U.S. schoolgirl, flies to the Soviet Union at the invitation of Secretary General Yuri Andropov.
# 1991 - Yugoslav Wars: Brioni Agreement ended ten-day independence war in Slovenia against the rest of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
# 2002 - A scandal broke out in the United Kingdom when news reports alleged MI6 of sheltering Abu Qatada, the supposed European Al Qaeda leader.
# 2003 - The United Communist Party of Armenia was formed.
# 2005 - A series of four terrorist explosions occur on London's transport system killing 56 people, including four suicide bombers.
# 2005 - Influenced by Live 8, the G8 leaders pledged to double 2004 levels of aid to Africa from US$25 to US$50 billion by the year 2010.
# 2007 - Pope Benedict XVI issues the Summorum Pontificum, removing restrictions on celebrating the old Latin Mass.
# 2007 - Worldwide performances by charity event Live Earth.
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#33
July 29

Hitler becomes leader of the Nazi Party in 1921.
"Son of Sam" starts his killing spree in 1976.
#34
All I know is that on my birthday.

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#35
Sept. 23

1806 - Lewis and Clark return to St. Luis
1848 - First commercial production of chewing gum
1941 - First gas murder experiments in Auschwitz
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May 27, 2006 - The May 2006 Java earthquake strikes at 5:53:58 AM local time (22:53:58 UTC May 26) devastating Bantul and the city of Yogyakarta killing over 6,600 people.
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April 15th
* 1450 - Battle of Formigny: Toward the end of the Hundred Years' War, the French attack and nearly annihilate English forces, ending English domination in Northern France.
* 1632 - Battle of Rain; Swedes under Gustavus Adolphus defeat the Holy Roman Empire during the Thirty Years' War.
* 1715 - Pocotaligo Massacre triggers the start of the Yamasee War in colonial South Carolina.
* 1738 - Premiere in London of Serse, an Italian opera by George Frideric Handel.
* 1755 - Samuel Johnson's A Dictionary of the English Language published in London.
* 1783 - Preliminary articles of peace ending Revolutionary War ratified.
* 1802 - William Wordsworth and his sister, Dorothy see a "long belt" of daffodils, inspiring the former to pen I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud.
* 1865 - Abraham Lincoln dies after being shot the previous evening by John Wilkes Booth. Andrew Johnson is then sworn in as the 17th President of the United States.
* 1892 - The General Electric Company is formed.
* 1906 - The Armenian organization AGBU is established.
* 1912 - The British passenger liner, the RMS Titanic, sinks in the North Atlantic, after hitting an iceberg two and a half hours earlier, the previous day.
* 1920 - Anarchists Sacco and Vanzetti allegedly murder two security guards while robbing a shoe store.
* 1923 - Insulin becomes generally available for use by diabetics.
* 1924 - Rand McNally publishes its first road atlas.
* 1940 - The Allies begin their attack on the Norwegian town of Narvik which is occupied by Nazi Germany.
* 1941 - In the Belfast Blitz, two-hundred bombers of the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) attack Belfast, Northern Ireland killing one thousand people.
* 1942 - George Cross is awarded to "to the island fortress of Malta - its people and defenders" by King George VI.
* 1943 - An Allied bomber attack misses the Minerva automobile factory and hits the Belgian town of Mortsel instead, killing 936 civilians.
* 1945 - The Bergen-Belsen concentration camp is liberated.
* 1947 - Jackie Robinson debuts for the Brooklyn Dodgers, breaking baseball's color line.
* 1952 - The maiden flight of the B-52 Stratofortress
* 1955 - Ray Kroc opens his first franchise of McDonald's restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois.
* 1957 - White Rock, British Columbia officially separates from Surrey, British Columbia and is incorporated as a new city.
* 1967 - Scotland defeats rival England 3-2 at Wembley Stadium, causing the Scots fans to jokingly claim their side as "Unofficial world Champions", creating the phenomenon of the Unofficial Football World Championships.
* 1984 - British comedian Tommy Cooper suffers a massive heart attack while live on TV.
* 1986 - The United States launches Operation El Dorado Canyon against Libya.
* 1989 - Hillsborough disaster: A human crush occurs at Hillsborough Stadium, home of football club Sheffield Wednesday, resulting in the deaths of 96 Liverpool FC fans.
* 1989 - Upon Hu Yaobang's death, the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 begin in the People's Republic of China.
* 1992 - The National Assembly of Vietnam adopts the 1992 Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
* 1994 - Representatives of 124 countries and the European Communities sign the Marrakesh Agreements revising the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and initiating the World Trade Organization (effective January 1, 1995).
* 1997 - Fire sweeps through a campsite of Muslims making the Hajj pilgrimage; the official death toll is 343.
* 2002 - An Air China Boeing 767-200, flight CA129 crashes into a hillside during heavy rain and fog near Busan, South Korea, killing 128.
We fear violence less than our own feelings. Personal, private, solitary pain is more terrifying than what anyone else can inflict.
Jim Morrison
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