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8th December

1813
Opening of Beethoven’s 7th Symphony held on 8th December, 1813. The Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92, was a work in 4 major activities what collected by Ludwig van Beethoven between the years 1811 and 1812, while refining his health in the Bohemian spa city of Teplice. The work was highly enthusiastic to Count Moritz von Fries. At its première, Beethoven was renowned as stating that it was his best recognized work. The 2nd movement, Allegretto, was the most widespread movement and had to be encored. The prompt acceptance of the Allegretto caused in its recurrent presentation distinct from the comprehensive masterpiece.

1907
King Gustaf V of Sweden acceded to the Swedish throne on 8th December, 1907. Gustaf V was a King of Sweden and served from 1907 until the end of his life in 1950. Governing from the death of his father Oscar II in the year 1907 until his death and later, he holds the record of being the oldest sovereign of Sweden and the 3rd longest controlling after Carl XVI Gustaf and Magnus IV. Gustaf V was the 1st Swedish king from the High Middle Ages not to have a coronation and henceforth never sported a crown, a tradition ongoing to date. The Monarchy of Sweden worried about the monarchical chief of state of Sweden which is a constitutional and inborn realm with a governmental system. The Kingdom of Sweden has been a kingdom since the ancient period. Initially an elective kingdom, it became an inborn monarchy in the 16th century during the reign of Gustav Vasa. Although almost all rulers before that fit to a limited and small number of families which are measured to be the regal families of Sweden.

1922
On 8th December, 1922, Northern Ireland ceased to be part of the Irish Free State. The partition of Ireland was the major partition of the island of Ireland which into two separate authorities, Southern Ireland and Northern Ireland. On 3rd May 1921, this It held under the Government of Ireland Act 1920. Nowadays the past is still recognized as Northern Ireland and methods share of the United Kingdom, while the latter is now an independent state also called Ireland and sometimes named the Republic of Ireland. The Irish Free State was a state and it recognized in the year 1922 under the Anglo-Irish Agreement of December 1921. That contract finished the 3 years Irish War of Freedom between the military forces of the self-proclaimed Irish Republic, the Irish Republican Army and British Crown forces.

1955
The Flag of Europe was accepted first on 8th December, 1955 and it approved by Council of Europe. The Flag of Europe, or European Flag is an official symbol of two separate organizations—the Council of Europe and the European Union. This forms of a ring of twelve five-pointed golden stars on a blue field. In 1955, this flag was designed and formally started later that year by the Council of Europe as a symbol for the whole of Europe. The Council of Europe advised it to be accepted by other European organizations, and in the year 1985 the European Communities accepted it. The Council of Europe is an global organization what stated aim is to support democracy, human rights, rule of law in Europe and endorse European culture. This was developed in the year 1949, it has 47 member states, covers about 820 million people. This operates with an yearly budget of about half a billion euros.

1962
On 8th December, 1962, workers at four New York City newspapers went to strike for 114 days. The strike started at 2:00 AM on 8th December, when workers from those New York Typographical Union, ran by their president Bert Powers, marched out from New York Journal American, the Daily News, The New York Times, and New York World-Telegram & Sun. Moreover, the New York Daily Mirror, New York Post, New York Herald Tribune and both the Long Island Star Journal and Long Island Daily Press all postponed processes on a voluntary foundation. The newspapers remained their proposal of an $8 rise per week spread over 2 years, while the unions were observing for a $38.82 upsurge in the two-year period.

1966
The Greek ship SS Heraklion sunk in a storm in the Aegean Sea and around 200 people died. The SS Heraklion was a car ferry operating the lines Piraeus –Piraeus and Chania – Irakleio between the years 1965 and 1966. The ship reversed and sank on 8th December 1966 in the Aegean Sea, subsequent in the death of over 200 people. The Aegean Sea is an extended embayment of the Mediterranean Sea what is situated between the Greek and Anatolian peninsulas, that is , between the mainland of Greece and Turkey. In the north, this is associated to the Black Sea and Marmara Sea by the Bosphorus and Dardanelles. The Aegean Islands are in the sea and some bound it on its southern periphery with Crete and Rhodes.

1974
A plebiscite resulted in the elimination of monarchy in Greece on 8th December, 1974. A referendum on retaining the republic was occurred in Greece on 8th December 1974. After the downfall of the army junta that ruled the country from the year 1967, the issue of the form of government continued unresolved. The Junta had previously theatrical a referendum held on 29th July 1973, which caused in the formation of the Republic. The Monarchy of Greece or Greek Monarchy was the government in which a genetic sovereign was the autonomous of the Realm of Greece from the year 1832 to year 1924 and year 1935 to year 1973.

1985
South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, the regional international organization and geopolitical union in South Asia was established on 8th December, 1985. The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation is the regional international organization and geopolitical union of nations in South Asia. Its member states comprise Afghanistan, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal, India, the Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. SAARC was founded in Dhaka on 8 December 1985.[4] Its secretariat is based in Kathmandu, Nepal. The organization endorses expansion of economic and regional integration. This started the South Asian Free Trade Area in 2006. SAARC maintained enduring diplomatic relatives at the United Nations as an spectator and has established links with multilateral objects with the European Union.

1987
The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Agreement was signed on 8th December, 1987. The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty is the shortened name of the Contract Between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the United States of America on the Removal of Their Intermediate-Range and Shorter-Range Missiles, a 1987 contract between the Soviet Union and the United States. This contract made in Washington, D.C. by President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev on 8th December 1987.

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