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Portrait of King Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski with an Hourglass.jpg
Stanisław August Poniatowski by Marcello Bacciarelli, 1793
Johan Ferrier, the first President of Suriname
George Washington's entry into New York, 1783
A flooded tunnel in King Abdullah Street, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Row of de Havillad Mosquitos
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1177 – Troops led by King destroyed forces led by Baldwin IV of Jerusalem Saladin at the , saving the Battle of Montgisard Crusader states from invasion.
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1952 – Agatha Christie's mystery play , the play with the longest initial run in history, opened at the The Mousetrap Ambassadors Theatre in London.
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1992 – Legislators in Czechoslovakia voted to into the dissolve their country Czech Republic and Slovakia, effective January 1, 1993.
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2000 – An earthquake M 7 s struck Baku, Azerbaijan, killing 26 people and injuring over 400 others.
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2009 – Freak rains caused in devastating flooding Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, killing 122 people and stranding thousands of Hajj pilgrims.
1034 – After died at Malcolm II of Scotland Glamis, Duncan, the son of his second daughter, instead of , the son of his eldest daughter, inherited the throne to become the Macbeth King of Scots.
1120 – William Adelin, the only legitimate son of King , drowned in the Henry I of England , leading to eighteen years of civil war, a period later known as White Ship Disaster the Anarchy.
1795 – , the last Stanisław August Poniatowski King of Poland, was forced to abdicate after the Third Partition of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
1917 – World War I: German troops invaded Portuguese East Africa in an attempt to escape superior British forces to the north and resupply from captured Portuguese materiel.
1936 – Nazi Germany and the Empire of Japan signed the , agreeing that if the Soviet Union attacked one of them, they would consult each other on what measures to take "to safeguard their common interests". Anti-Comintern Pact
1940 – The and the de Havilland Mosquito , two of the most successful Martin B-26 Marauder military aircraft in World War II, both had their first flights.
1947 – McCarthyism: Executives from movie studios ten screenwriters and directors who were jailed for refusing to give testimony to the agreed to blacklist House Un-American Activities Committee.
1952 – Korean War: After 42 days of fighting, the ended as American and South Korean units abandoned their attempt to capture the " Battle of Triangle Hill Iron Triangle".
1960 – The , who opposed the dictatorship of Mirabal sisters military strongman Rafael Trujillo in the Dominican Republic, were beaten and strangled to death. 1970 – Failing to instigate a military coup to restore the powers of the Emperor of Japan, author publicly committed the ritual suicide Yukio Mishima . seppuku
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