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6th January

1017
Cnut the Great was topped King of England on 6th January, 1017. King Cnut the born in c. 995 and died on 12th November 1035. He is also recognized as Canute and he was King of Denmark, England. He was king also Norway who often stated to as the Anglo-Scandinavian or North Sea Empire for duel kingship. After the expiry of King Cnut, the deaths of his successors within a short time and the Norman defeat of England in 1066, his legacy was typically forgotten. The medieval historian Norman Cantor said he was “the most effective king in Anglo-Saxon history”, though he was Danish and not a Briton or Anglo-Saxon. This list of kings and queens of the Realm of England starts with King of Wessex, Alfred the Great. It is one of the insignificant realms to rule a helping of contemporary England.

1066
Harold Godwinson who is known as Harold II was crowned as a King of England on 6th January, 1066. Harold Godwinson born in c. 1022. He is also known as Harold II. He was the last Anglo-Saxon king of England who ruled several countries. Harold ruled from 6th January 1066 until his death 14 October 1066. He died at the Battle of Hastings on 14 October and he was fighting the Norman aggressors who were commanded by William the Conqueror in the Norman defeat of England. His demise marked the end of Anglo-Saxon rule over England.

1205
Philip of Swabia became a King of the Romans on 6th January, 1205. Philip of Swabia who born in 1177 and died on 21st June 1208. He was a King of Germany and at the similar time he was a prince of the House of Hohenstaufen. He served from 1198 to 1208. In the long-time fight for the German authority upon the demise of Emperor Henry VI between the Hohenstaufen and Welf reigns, he was the 1st German king to be murdered. King of the Romans was the heading what used by the German king subsequent his election by the leaders from the time of Emperor Henry II onward.

1322
On 6th January of the year 1322, Stephen Uroš III was crowned as a King of Serbia. Stefan Uros III Nemanjic is also known as Stefan Decanski and he was the King of Serbia who served from 6th January 1322 to 8th September 1331. Decanski was the son of King Stefan Milutin, and he overwhelmed numerous of his domestic members competing for the throne. He took his description Decanski from the great cloister he built at Decani.

1355
Charles I of Bohemia was capped with the Iron Crown of Lombardy on 6th January, 1355. He served as a King of Italy in Milan too. Charles IV was a Sovereign of Bohemia and he was the first King of Bohemia to also convert as a Holy Roman Ruler. He was a associate of the House of Luxembourg as a heir from his father’s side and he was the House of Premyslid from his mother’s side, which he emphasized as it gave him 2 saints as straight families. The Iron Crown of Lombardy is both a fountain and one of the oldest royal insignia of Christendom.

1449
On 6th January, 1449 Constantine XI was crowned as an Byzantine Emperor at Mystras. Constantine XI who is known as Dragases Palaiologos, Latinized as Palaeologus born on 8th February 1405. He died on 29th May 1453. He was the last king of Byzantine Emperor, he was reigning and serving as a member of the Palaiologos dynasty from the year 1449 to his decease in fight at the fall of Constantinople. Following his decease, he became a fabled numeral in Greek folklore as the “Marble Emperor” who would wake and convalesce the Realm and Constantinople from the Ottomans.

1579
The Union of Arras was signed on 6th January, 1579. The Union of Arras was an agreement what signed in Arras, under the southern states of the Netherlands and it is now called Wallonia region of Belgium and the Nord-Pas-de-Calais regions in France. It is articulated their devotion to the Spanish king Philip II and familiar his Governor-General, Don Juan of Austria. It is to be differentiated from the Union of Utrecht what signed later in the same month.

1721
The Committee of Inquiry on the South Sea Bubble was published its findings on 6th January, 1721. The South Sea Company was a renowned British joint-stock company what was established in 1711 and it is created as a public-private partnership to combine and decrease the cost of national debt.

1839
The most damaging storm was held on 6th January, 1839 in 300 years. This storm sweeps across Ireland, what damaging or eradicating more than 20% of the houses in Dublin. This storm night is called Night of the Big Wind. It is very powerful European windstorm that swept across Ireland commencement in the afternoon of 6 January 1839. For this reason, severe damage to property was held and many people died. For this storm, 20% to 25% of houses in north Dublin were injured or devastated, and 42 ships were exhausted. The storm reached a very low barometric pressure of 918mbars and it was tracked from the eastwards to the north of Ireland, with storms of over 100 knots, before moving across the north of England to mainland Europe, where it finally dissolute. However, it was the worst storm what hit Ireland in 300 years.

1912
New Mexico was formed to the Union on 6th January, 1912 as the 47th U.S. state.

1921
On 6th January, 1921, the Iraqi Army was formed. The Iraqi Army what is officially known as the Iraqi Ground Forces. This army force has the ground force module of the Iraqi military what having been vigorous in numerous personifications through the 20th and 21st centuries. The Iraqi Army in its modern form was 1st created by the United Kingdom through the inter-war period of de facto British control of Mandatory Iraq.

1960
National Airlines Flight 2511 was destroyed in mid-air on 6th January, 1960 by a bomb, while en route from New York City to Miami.

2017
5 people were killed and 6 others were wounded on 6th January, 2017 in a mass shooting at Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport in Broward County, Florida. National Airlines Flight 2511 was a domestic passenger flight from New York City, New York to Miami, Florida. This National Airlines Douglas DC-6 was carrying 29 passengers and five crew members all of whom shivering. The Civil Aeronautics Board investigation decided that the plane was destroyed by a dynamite bomb. No criminal charges were ever filed and no one or group was accused.

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