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Events

  • 0330Constantinople is consecrated.[1]
  • 0868 – A copy of the Diamond Sutra is printed in China, making it the oldest known dated printed book.[2]
  • 0912Alexander becomes Emperor of the Byzantine Empire.[3]
  • 1745War of the Austrian Succession: French forces defeat an Anglo-Dutch–Hanoverian army.[4]
  • 1792Robert Gray commands the first expedition to sail into the Columbia River.[5]
  • 1812 – Prime Minister Spencer Perceval is assassinated by John Bellingham in the lobby of the British House of Commons.[6]
  • 1813William Lawson, Gregory Blaxland and William Wentworth discover a route across the Blue Mountains, opening up inland Australia to settlement.[7]
  • 1833 – The Lady of the Lake strikes an iceberg off Newfoundland and sinks with the loss of up to 265 passengers and crew.[8]
  • 1846 – President James K. Polk asked for a Declaration of War against Mexico, starting the Mexican–American War.[9]
  • 1857Indian Rebellion of 1857: Indian rebels seize Delhi from the British.[10]
  • 1858Minnesota is admitted as the 32nd state of the United States.[11]
  • 1880 – Seven people are killed in the Mussel Slough Tragedy, a gun battle in California.[12]
  • 1889 – An attack upon a U.S. Army paymaster and escort results in the theft of over $28,000 and the award of two Medals of Honor.[13]
  • 1894 – Four thousand Pullman Palace Car Company workers go on a wildcat strike.[14]
  • 1910 – An act of the U.S. Congress establishes Glacier National Park in Montana.[15]
  • 1943World War II: American troops invade Attu Island in the Aleutian Islands in an attempt to expel occupying Japanese forces.[16]
  • 1945 – World War II: Off the coast of Okinawa, the aircraft carrier Template:Ship is hit by two kamikazes.[17]
  • 1960Adolf Eichmann is captured by the Mossad in Argentina.[18]
  • 1963 – Racist bombings in Birmingham, Alabama, disrupt nonviolence in the Birmingham campaign and precipitate a crisis involving federal troops.[19]
  • 1970 – The 1970 Lubbock tornado kills 26 and causes $250 million in damage.[20]
  • 1973 – Citing government misconduct, Daniel Ellsberg's charges for his involvement in releasing the Pentagon Papers to The New York Times are dismissed.[21]
  • 1985 – Fifty-six spectators die and more than 200 are injured in the Bradford City stadium fire.[22]
  • 1987Klaus Barbie goes on trial in Lyon for war crimes committed during World War II.[23]
  • 1996 – After the aircraft's departure from Miami, a fire started by improperly handled chemical oxygen generators in the cargo hold of Atlanta-bound ValuJet Flight 592 causes the Douglas DC-9 to crash in the Florida Everglades, killing all 110 on board.[24]
  • 1997 – Deep Blue, a chess-playing supercomputer, defeats Garry Kasparov in the last game of the rematch, becoming the first computer to beat a world-champion chess player in a classic match format.[25]
  • 1998 – India conducts three underground atomic tests in Pokhran.[26]
  • 2000Second Chechen War: Chechen separatists ambush Russian paramilitary forces in the Republic of Ingushetia.[27]
  • 2010David Cameron takes office as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom as the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats form the country's first coalition government since the Second World War.[28]
  • 2011 – An earthquake of magnitude 5.1 hits Lorca, Spain.[29]
  • 2013 – Fifty-two people are killed in a bombing in Reyhanlı, Turkey.[30]
  • 2014 – Fifteen people are killed and 46 injured in Kinshasa in a stampede caused by tear gas being thrown into soccer stands by police officers.[31]
  • 2016 – One hundred and ten people are killed in an ISIL bombing in Baghdad.[32]

Births

  • 1571Niwa Nagashige, Japanese daimyō (d. 1637)[33]
  • 1715Johann Gottfried Bernhard Bach, German organist (d. 1739)[34]
  • 1752Johann Friedrich Blumenbach, German physician, physiologist, and anthropologist (d. 1840)[35]:Script error: No such module "String".
  • 1797José Mariano Salas, Mexican general and politician (d. 1867)[36]
  • 1811Jean-Jacques Challet-Venel, Swiss politician (d. 1893)[37]
  • 1852Charles W. Fairbanks, American journalist and politician, 26th United States Vice President (d. 1918)[38]
  • 1854Jack Blackham, Australian cricketer (d. 1932)[39]
  • 1869Archibald Warden, English tennis player (d. 1943)[40]
  • 1871Frank Schlesinger, American astronomer and author (d. 1943)[41]
  • 1875Harriet Quimby, American pilot and screenwriter (d. 1912)[42]
  • 1881Al Cabrera, Spanish-Cuban baseball player and manager (d. 1964)[43]
  • 1881 – Jan van Gilse, Dutch composer and conductor (d. 1944)[44]
  • 1881 – Theodore von Kármán, Hungarian-American mathematician, physicist, and engineer (d. 1963)[45]
  • 1888Irving Berlin, Belarusian-American pianist and composer (d. 1989)[46]
  • 1888 – Willis Augustus Lee, American admiral (d. 1945)[47]
  • 1889Paul Nash, British painter (d. 1946)[48]
  • 1890Willie Applegarth, English-American sprinter (d. 1958)[49]
  • 1890 – Helge Løvland, Norwegian decathlete (d. 1984)[50]
  • 1894Martha Graham, American dancer and choreographer (d. 1991)[51]
  • 1895Jacques Brugnon, French tennis player (d. 1978)[52]
  • 1895 – William Grant Still, American composer and conductor (d. 1978)[53]
  • 1896Josip Štolcer-Slavenski, Croatian composer and academic (d. 1955)[54]
  • 1897Robert E. Gross, American businessman (d. 1961)[55]
  • 1901Rose Ausländer, Ukrainian-English poet and author (d. 1988)[56]:Script error: No such module "String".
  • 1901 – Gladys Rockmore Davis, American painter (d. 1967)[57]
  • 1902Edna Ernestine Kramer, American mathematician (d. 1984)[58]
  • 1903Charlie Gehringer, American baseball player and manager (d. 1993)[59]
  • 1904Salvador Dalí, Spanish artist (d. 1989)[60]
  • 1905Lise de Baissac, Mauritian-born SOE agent, war hero (d. 2004)[61]
  • 1905 – Catherine Bauer Wurster, American architect and public housing advocate (d. 1964)[62]
  • 1907Rip Sewell, American baseball player and coach (d. 1989)[63]
  • 1911Mitchell Sharp, Canadian economist and politician, 23rd Canadian Minister of Finance (d. 2004)[64]
  • 1911 – Phil Silvers, American actor and comedian (d. 1985)[65]
  • 1912Saadat Hasan Manto, Indian-Pakistani author and screenwriter (d. 1955)[66]
  • 1916Camilo José Cela, Spanish author and politician, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 2002)[67]
  • 1918Richard Feynman, American physicist and engineer, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1988)[68]
  • 1921Robin Barbour, Scottish minister and author (d. 2014)[69]
  • 1921 – Hildegard Hamm-Brücher, German politician (d. 2016)[70]
  • 1924Antony Hewish, English astronomer and academic, Nobel Prize laureate[71]
  • 1925Edward J. King, American football player and politician, 66th Governor of Massachusetts (d. 2006)[72]
  • 1927Bernard Fox, British actor (d. 2016)[73]
  • 1927 – Gene Savoy, American explorer, author, and scholar (d. 2007)[74]
  • 1930Edsger W. Dijkstra, Dutch computer scientist and academic (d. 2002)[75]
  • 1930 – Stanley Elkin, American novelist, short story writer, and essayist (d. 1995)[76]
  • 1932Valentino Garavani, Italian fashion designer[77]
  • 1933Louis Farrakhan, American religious leader[78]
  • 1934Jim Jeffords, American captain, lawyer, and politician (d. 2014)[79]
  • 1934 – Jack Twyman, American basketball player (d. 2012)[80]
  • 1935Francisco Umbral, Spanish journalist and author (d. 2007)[81]
  • 1937Ildikó Újlaky-Rejtő, Hungarian Olympic and world champion foil fencer[82]
  • 1938Narendra Patel, Baron Patel, Tanzanian-English obstetrician, academic, and politician[83]
  • 1941Eric Burdon, English musician[84]
  • 1941 – Ian Redpath, Australian cricketer and coach[85]
  • 1943Nancy Greene, Canadian skier and politician[86]
  • 1944John Benaud, Australian cricketer[87]
  • 1948Jack Cantoni, French rugby player (d. 2013)[88]
  • 1948 – Nirj Deva, Sri Lankan-English politician[89]
  • 1950Jeremy Paxman, English journalist and author[90]
  • 1950 – Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Indian actor (d. 2014)[91]
  • 1951Ed Stelmach, Canadian farmer and politician, 13th Premier of Alberta[92]
  • 1954John Gregory, English footballer and manager[93]
  • 1955John DeStefano, Jr., American politician, 49th Mayor of New Haven[94]
  • 1957Mike Nesbitt, Northern Irish journalist and politician[95]
  • 1962Steve Bono, American football player[96]
  • 1964Bobby Witt, American baseball player[97]
  • 1964 – Floyd Youmans, American baseball player, coach, and manager[98]
  • 1967Alberto García Aspe, Mexican footballer and manager[99]
  • 1969Mitch Healey, Australian rugby league player and coach[100]
  • 1969 – Simon Vroemen, Dutch runner[101]
  • 1970Harold Ford, Jr., American lawyer and politician[102]
  • 1970 – Jason Queally, English cyclist[103]
  • 1972Tomáš Dvořák, Czech decathlete and coach[104]
  • 1973Tsuyoshi Ogata, Japanese runner[105]
  • 1974Darren Ward, English-Welsh footballer and coach[106]
  • 1974 – Tony Warner, English born Trinidadian international footballer and coach[107]
  • 1975Francisco Cordero, Dominican-American baseball player[108]
  • 1976Kardinal Offishall, American rapper and record producer/executive[109]
  • 1977Pablo Gabriel García, Uruguayan footballer[110]
  • 1977 – Victor Matfield, South African rugby player, coach, and sportscaster[111]
  • 1977 – Bobby Roode, Canadian professional wrestler[112]
  • 1978Laetitia Casta, French model and actress[113]
  • 1982Cory Monteith, Canadian actor and singer (d. 2013)[114]
  • 1983Matt Leinart, American football player[115]
  • 1983 – Steven Sotloff, American-Israeli journalist (d. 2014)[116]
  • 1983 – Holly Valance, Australian actress, singer and model[117]
  • 1984Andrés Iniesta, Spanish footballer[118]
  • 1986Abou Diaby, French footballer[119]
  • 1986 – Miguel Veloso, Portuguese footballer[120]
  • 1987Lim Seul-ong, South Korean singer and actor[121]
  • 1987 – Monica Roșu, Romanian gymnast[122]
  • 1988Jeremy Maclin, American football player[123]
  • 1988 – Brad Marchand, Canadian ice hockey player[124]
  • 1989Alyssa Brown, Canadian artistic gymnast[125]
  • 1989 – Giovani dos Santos, Mexican international footballer[126]
  • 1989 – Cam Newton, American football player[127]
  • 1992Thibaut Courtois, Belgian footballer[128]
  • 1992 – Pablo Sarabia, Spanish footballer[129]
  • 1993Maurice Harkless, American-Puerto Rican basketball player[130]
  • 1994Hagos Gebrhiwet, Ethiopian runner[131]
  • 1995Gelson Martins, Portuguese footballer[132]
  • 1999Sabrina Carpenter, American singer and actress[133]
  • 1999 – Kaitlyn Dias, American actress and voice artist[134]

Deaths

  • 1610Matteo Ricci, Italian priest and mathematician (b. 1552)[135]
  • 1686Otto von Guericke, German physicist and politician (b. 1602)[136]
  • 1778William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham, English soldier and politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (b. 1708)[137]
  • 1779John Hart, American lawyer and politician (b. 1711)[138]
  • 1812Spencer Perceval, English lawyer and politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (b. 1762)[139]
  • 1848Tom Cribb, English boxer (b. 1781)[140]
  • 1849Juliette Récamier, French businesswoman (b. 1777)[141]
  • 1882Frederick Innes, Scottish-Australian politician, 9th Premier of Tasmania (b. 1816)[142]
  • 1889John Cadbury, English businessman and philanthropist, founded the Cadbury Company (b. 1801)[143]
  • 1908Charles Kingston, Australian politician, 20th Premier of South Australia (b. 1850)[144]
  • 1916Karl Schwarzschild, German astronomer and physicist (b. 1873)[145]:Script error: No such module "String".
  • 1918George Elmslie, Australian politician, 25th Premier of Victoria (b. 1861)[146]
  • 1920James Colosimo, Italian-American mob boss (b. 1878)[147]
  • 1920 – William Dean Howells, American novelist, literary critic, and playwright (b. 1837)[148]
  • 1927Juan Gris, Spanish painter and sculptor (b. 1887)[149]
  • 1929Jozef Murgaš, Slovak-American priest, architect, botanist, and painter (b. 1864)[150]
  • 1938George Lyon, Canadian golfer and cricketer (b. 1858)[150]
  • 1955Gilbert Jessop, English cricketer (b. 1874)[151]
  • 1960John D. Rockefeller Jr., American businessman and philanthropist (b. 1874)[152]
  • 1963Herbert Spencer Gasser, American physiologist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1888)[153]:Script error: No such module "String".
  • 1967James E. Brewton, American painter (b. 1930)[154]
  • 1979Lester Flatt, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (b. 1914)[155]
  • 1981Odd Hassel, Norwegian chemist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1897)[156]
  • 1981 – Bob Marley, Jamaican singer-songwriter and guitarist (b. 1945)[157]
  • 1983Zenna Henderson, American writer (b. 1917)[158]
  • 1985Chester Gould, American cartoonist, created Dick Tracy (b. 1900)[159]
  • 1986Fritz Pollard, American football player and coach (b. 1894)[160]
  • 1988Kim Philby, British-Soviet double agent (b. 1912)[161]
  • 1994Timothy Carey, American actor, director, and producer (b. 1928)[162]
  • 2001Douglas Adams, English novelist and screenwriter (b. 1952)[163]
  • 2002Renaude Lapointe, Canadian journalist and politician (b. 1912)[164]
  • 2002 – Bill Peet, American animator and screenwriter (b. 1915)[165]
  • 2003Noel Redding, English bass player (b. 1945)[166]
  • 2005Léo Cadieux, Canadian politician, 17th Canadian Minister of National Defence (b. 1908)[167]
  • 2006Floyd Patterson, American boxer and actor (b. 1935)[168]
  • 2007Malietoa Tanumafili II, Samoan ruler (b. 1913)[169]
  • 2008John Rutsey, Canadian drummer (b. 1953)[170]
  • 2009Abel Goumba, Central African physician and politician, Prime Minister of the Central African Republic (b. 1926)[171]
  • 2009 – Claudio Huepe, Chilean economist and politician, Chilean Minister Secretary-General of Government (b. 1939)[172]
  • 2009 – Sardarilal Mathradas Nanda, Indian admiral (b. 1915)[173]
  • 2010Doris Eaton Travis, American dancer and vaudevillian (b. 1904)[174]
  • 2011Robert Traylor, American basketball player (b. 1977)[175]

Holidays and observances

  • Christian feast day:
    • Anthimus of Rome[176]
    • Gangulphus of Burgundy[176]
    • Majolus of Cluny[176]
    • Mamertus, the first of the Ice Saints[176]
    • May 11 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
  • National Technology Day (India)[177]
  • Statehood Day (Minnesota)[178]
  • Vietnam Human Rights Day[179]

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  176. 176.0 176.1 176.2 176.3 Script error: No such module "citation/CS1".
  177. Script error: No such module "citation/CS1".
  178. Script error: No such module "citation/CS1".
  179. Script error: No such module "citation/CS1".

Script error: No such module "Check for unknown parameters".

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