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21st December

1124
On 21st December, 1124, Pope Honorius II was elected. Pope Honorius II born on 9th February 1060 as Lamberto Scannabecchi. He was a Pope who served from 21st December 1124 until his death in the year 1130. Although he was from a modest background, his clear intellect and outstanding skills saw him endorsed up through the religious hierarchy. Attached to the Frangipani family of Rome, the voting as pope was challenged by a rival candidate, Celestine II, and he was forced used to guarantee his election. He died on 13th February 1130.

1140
Conrad III of Germany overwhelmed Weinsberg on 21st December, 1140. Conrad III was the 1st King of Germany of the Hohenstaufen family. Conrad III was a son of Duke Frederick I of Swabia and Agneswho was a daughter of the Salian Ruler Henry IV. Siege of Weinsberg what is located inside the then-Holy Roman Realm. This was a conclusive conflict what held between Hohenstaufen and Welfs. Through it the Welfs for the 1st time altered their battle cry ‘Kyrie Eleison’ for their party cries. The Hohenstaufen used the ‘Strike for Gibbelins’ fight cry.

1832
During the Egyptian–Ottoman War, on 21st December, 1832, Egyptian military forces conclusively defeated Ottoman soldiers at the Combat of Konya. The First Egyptian-Ottoman clash is also named First Syrian battle or First Turco-Egyptian War. This battle started in the year 1831 and ended in 1833. This was a serious military battle what brought about by Muhammad Ali Pasha’s request to the Ottoman Empire for control of Greater Syria, as reward for his support in Crete against Greece. So, Muhammad Ali’s forces momentarily expanded control of Syria, and broadminded as far north as Adana. The Battle of Konya held on 21st December, 1832. It held between the Ottoman Territory and Egypt, just outside the town of Konya what is located in modern-day Turkey. The Egyptians were ran by Ibrahim Pasha, while the Ottomans were moved by Reşid Mehmed Pasha. The Egyptians were triumphant. Egypt is formally called the Arab Republic of Egypt. This is a pancontinental country what is straddling the northeast corner of southwest corner of Asia and Africa by a land bridge designed by the Sinai Peninsula.

1844
On 21st December, 1844, The Rochdale Society of Equitable Pioneers started business at its supportive in Rochdale, England what starting the Supportive movement. The Rochdale Society of Impartial Pioneer was situated in the year 1844. This was an initial consumer co-operative, and one of the 1st to pay a patronage additional what founding the foundation for the modern co-operative movement. Although other co-operatives headed them, the Rochdale Pioneers’ co-operative was the sample for civilizations in Great Britain. The Rochdale Pioneers were the most celebrated for scheming the Rochdale Principles, a set of principles of co-operation that provide the foundation for the values on which co-ops around the world function to this day. The model the Rochdale Pioneers focused of the learning within co-operative economics. The history of the cooperative movement is the roots and history of collectives. Although cooperative preparations, such as joint insurance, and values of cooperation what occurred long time before, the cooperative movement started with the application of supportive philosophies to business society.

1861
On 21st December, 1861, Public Resolution 82, comprising a capacity for a Navy Medal of Valor, was contracted into law by President Abraham Lincoln. The Medal of Honor is an important thing for the United States of America. This is the highest and most admired personal military adornment. This award is awarded to recognize U.S. military service members who eminent themselves by acts of courage. In the name of the U.S. Congress, this medal is usually rewarded by the President of the United States. There are 3 sorts of the medal, one for the Navy, one for the Air Force and one for the Army. The Medal of Honor is the oldest unceasingly what is delivered battle decoration of the United States armed forces. Abraham Lincoln was a popular American statesman. He was also a lawyer. He served as the 16th President of the United States from March 1861 to April 1865. Lincoln led the United States through its Civil War—its bloodiest battle and maybe its utmost moral, legitimate, and political crisis.

1883
The Royal Canadian Regiment and The Royal Canadian Dragoons, the 1st Enduring Force help and infantry troops of the Canadian military were formed on 21st December, 1883. The Royal Canadian Dragoons is an armored battalion of the Canadian Army. This is one of 3 major armored troops what is founded in the Regular Force and forms part of the Royal Canadian Armored Corps. The existing Commanding Officer is Lieutenant-Colonel Auld, and the current Rigid Sergeant Major is Principal Warrant Officer Hebert. The colonel-in-chief of the RCD is Charles, Prince of Wales. The Royal Canadian Regiment is also an infantry battalion of the Canadian Army. This regiment contains of 4 important battalions. Among these battalions, 3 battalions are in the consistent force and one in the primary reserve. The RCR is also ranked 9th in the order of superiority amongst Canadian Army regiments. This is the most senior infantry troop that has unvarying military forces.

1919
On 21st December, 1919, American anarchist Emma Goldman was expelled to Russia. Anarchism is a popular political philosophy. The supporters of this philosophy is self-governed societies who depend on unpaid institutions. These are often designated as stateless societies, though many authors have defined them more specifically as institutions based on non-hierarchical or free associations. Anarchism also holds the state to be uninvited, pointless, and harmful. Emma Goldman was a revolutionary political writer and activist. She also played an important role in the expansion of anarchist political philosophy in Europe and North America in the first half of the 20th century.

1936
First flight of the Junkers Ju 88 multi-role combat aircraft launched on 21st December, 1936. The Junkers Ju 88 was a bombing aircraft what used in a German World War II. This was Luftwaffe twin-engine multirole combat aircraft. Junkers Flugzeug- und Motorenwerke mainly designed this plane in the mid-1930s. It was called Schnellbomber that would be too fast for fighters of its era to intercept. Like a number of other popular Luftwaffe bombers, this aircraft served as a bomber, night fighter, torpedo bomber, dive bomber, investigation aircraft, heavy fighter and at the end of the battle, as a flying bomb.

1970
On 21st December, 1970, the first flight of F-14 multi-role combat aircraft launched. The Grumman F-14 Tomcat is an American supersonic. This bombing aircraft has two-seat, twin-engine, variable-sweep wing. After the collapsed of the project F-111B, the Tomcat was recognized for the United States Navy’s Naval Fighter Experimental program. The F-14 was the first of the American teen-series fighters.

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