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1781 – George Washington Begins to move his troops south to fight Cornwallis

1795 – Joseph  Haydn returns to Vienna from England

1828 – Hindi reform movement Brahmo samaj founded by Ram Mohan Roy and Dwarkanath Tagore in Calcutta

1892 – The Transvaal National Union, a political organisation is set up with J.Tudhope as president

1908 – Americas great white fleet arrives in Sydney, Australia, to be greeted with a tremendous welcome; 221 American sailors desert to remain in Australia.

1926 – Japan’s public broadcasting company Nippon is established.

1988 – 6.5 Earthquake strike india/Nepal . 1000 killed

1991 – Estonia formally declares its independence from the USSR

1993 – Mother Teresa hospitalized with malaria

1998 – U.S embassy bombings: US military launches cruise missile attacks against alleged al-Qaida camps in Afghanistan

 2002 – A group of Iraqis opposed to the regime of saddam Hussein take over the Iraqi embassy in berlin for five hours before releasing their hostages and surrendering.


1920 – Israel publishes its first medical journal “Ha-Refuah”

1977 – NASA launches Voyager 2 towards Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune

1982 – US marine land in Beirut Lebanon


1920 – Allen woodring wins Olympic 200m dash wearing borrowed shoes

1930 – Australian cricket’s batting genius Don Bradman scores 232 in 5th test win over England at the Oval

1991 – Norbert Rosza swims world record 100m breast stroke

1996 – India defeat Pakistan in under 15 world challenge final at Lord’s

2008 – Usain Bolt of Jamaica wraps  up the 100/200m double in style with a new 200m world record 19.30 at the Beijing Olympics

2012 – South Africa become the top – ranked test cricket nation after defeating England

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