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17th December

942
Assassination of William I of Normandy held on 17th December, 942. William Longsword was the 2nd ruler of Normandy, from the year 927 until his murder in the year 942. He is obsoletely dubbed “Duke of Normandy”, even though the designation duke did not come into mutual usage until the 11th century. Longsword was recognized at the time by the designation Count of Rouen. Flodoard—always full about titles—reliably referred to both Rollo and his son William as principes of the Norse.

1398
On 17th December, 1398, Sultan Nasir-u Din Mehmud’s armied in Delhi were overpowered by Timur. The Tughlaq dynasty also called to as Tughluk dynasty and Tughluq. This was a Muslim family of Turko-Indian source which governed over the Delhi sultanate in medieval India. Its reign started in the year 1320 in Delhi when Ghazi Malik expected the throne under the designation of Ghiyath al-Din Tughluq. The family finished in the year 1413. The dynasty extended its regional reach through a military operation led by Muhammad ibn Tughluq, and reached its summit what held between the years 1330 and 1335. Its rule was marked with cruelty, torture and revolts, resultant in the rapid breakup of the dynasty’s regional reach after 1335 AD. Timur is also known as Amir Timur and Tamerlane. It was a Turco-Mongol defeater. As the originator of the Timurid Kingdom in Persia and Central Asia. He became the 1st ruler in the Timurid family.

1538
Pope Paul III excommunicated Henry VIII of England on 17th December, 1538. Pope Paul III born Alessandro Farnese. He was a Pope from 13th October 1534 until his demise in the year 1549. He came to the papal throne in an period subsequent the sack of Rome in the year 1527 and rife with doubts in the Catholic Church subsequent the Protestant Renovation. During his preach, and in the spirit of the Counter-Reformation, new Catholic religious orders and societies, the Barnabites, the Jesuits and the Audience of the Oratory, concerned a general following. Henry VIII was a King of England. He served from 21st April 1509 to his death. Henry was the 2nd Tudor monarch, following his father, Henry VII.

1586
On 17th December, 1586, Go-Yōzei became a Ruler of Japan. Emperor Go-Yōzei was the 107th Ruler of Japan, according to the outmoded order of series. Go-Yōzei’s supremacy crossed the years 1586 complete to his renunciation in the year 1611 consistent to the change between the Azuchi–Momoyama time and the Edo period. The Ruler of Japan is the chief of the Majestic Family and the traditional head of state of Japan. According to the year 1947 constitution, he is “the representation of the State and of the unity of the people” and he has “no powers connected to government”. Factually, he was also the highest expert of the Shinto belief. In Japanese, the Ruler is called Tenno which translates to “heavenly sovereign”. In English, the use of the period Mikado for the Sovereign was once mutual, but is now measured outdated.
1790
The Aztec calendar stone was discovered on 17th December, 1790. The Sun Stone, Stone of the Five Eras is also called Aztec calendar stone. This is a late post-classic Mexica sculpture what housed in the National Anthropology Museum in Mexico City. This is possibly the most renowned work of Aztec sculpture. The stone is about 358 centimeters in diameter and 98 centimeters thick, and it weighs about 24 tons. Presently after the Spanish defeat, the monolithic sculpture was suppressed in the Zócalo, the main square of Mexico City. This was relived on 17th December, 1790 through repairs on the Mexico City Cathedral.

1837
A fire in the Winter Palace of Saint Petersburg killed 30 guards on 17th December, 1837. The fire held in the Winter Palace of Saint Petersburg what is the official house of the Russian emperors, held on 17th December, 1837. This was formed by soot irritation. For three days, the Palace was burning and the glow was visible from 50 to 70 vestas. In this incident, 30 guardsmen died though nearly all the items were saved properly.

1892
First issue of Vogue was published on 17th December, 1892. Vogue is a popular American fashion and its lifestyle magazine made up of many things what including beauty, fashion, living, culture and runway. Vogue started as a weekly newspaper in the year 1892 in the United States, before attractive a monthly publication years later. The British Vogue was the 1st international edition what started in the year 1916. Since of today there are 22 worldwide editions, and the introduction the 23rd edition, Vogue Polska in Polish, has been proclaimed for March 2018.

1907
Ugyen Wangchuck was crowned 1st King of Bhutan on 17th December, 1907. Gongsar was the 1st Druk Gyalpo from the year 1907 to 1926. In his era he made great pains to unite the country and gained the faith of the people. Bhutan is formally called the Kingdom of Bhutan. It is a landlocked country what is located in South Asia. This is surrounded by Tibet Autonomous Region of China in the north, the Sikkim state of India, India in the south and the Chumbi Valley of Tibet in the west, and Arunachal Pradesh state of India in the east and Assam in the south.

1935
On 17th December, 1935, First flight of the Douglas DC-3 started. The Douglas DC-3 is a fixed-wing propeller-driven airliner. This cruise speed and range transformed air transport in the year 1930s and year 1940s. Its permanent result on the airline industry and Second World War makes it one of the most important conveyance aircraft ever made.
1950
On 17th December, 1950, the F-86 Sabre’s first mission over Korea. The North American F-86 Sabre, sometimes named the Sabrejet. This is a transonic jet fighter aircraft. This was produced by North American Aviation, the Sabre was the best recognized as the United States’ 1st swept wing fighter that could counter the similarly-winged Soviet MiG-15 in high-speed skirmishes over the skies of the Korean War.

2005
On 17th December, 2005, Anti-World Trade Organization protesters riot held in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. The World Trade Organization is an international organization. This controls intercontinental trade. The WTO formally commenced on 1st January 1995 under the Marrakesh Agreement. This was signed by 123 nations on 15th April 1994, substituting the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade which started in the year 1948. This is the largest intercontinental economic society in the world. Clash 1st held again in the cargo treatment basin at Hung Hing Road. At the meantime, some protesters unexpectedly broke the police’s block between Lockhart Road and Marsh Road, running to Hennessy Road, one of the busiest road on Hong Kong Island, creation the whole Wan Chai locked off from traffic.

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