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1248 On 20th June, 1248, The University of Oxford received its Royal charter. The University of Oxford is also known as Oxford University or simply Oxford. It is a academic research university and it is located in Oxford, England. It has no memories date of foundation, but there is an evidence of teaching as far

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1800 During the War of the 2nd Coalition, the Battle of Höchstädt resulted in a French victory over Austria on 19th June, 1800. The War of the Second Coalition was the 2nd war on revolutionary France by the European realms what led by Austria, Britain and Russia, and with the Ottoman Portugal, Territory and Naples.

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656 On 18th June, 656, Hazrat Ali Radiallahanhu became Caliph of the Rashidun Caliphate. Ali Radiallahanhu was the cousin and son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad Sallalahualahiwasallam. Hazrat Ali Radiallahanhu ruled as the fourth caliph from 656 to 661. 1633 Charles I was crowned as a King of Scots at St Giles’ Cathedral, Edinburgh. Charles I was

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1462 On 17th June, 1462, Vlad III or Vlad the Impaler the Impaler tried to kill Mehmed II by making him to departure from Wallachia. Vlad III is also called Vlad the Impaler and he was also popular as or Vlad Dracula. He was voivode of Wallachia for three times. He served as a prince

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1774 On 16th June, 1774, Harrodsburg, Kentucky was founded. Harrodsburg is a home rule-class city what is founded in Mercer County, Kentucky, in the United States. It is the seat of its county. The population of the country was 8,340 during the 2010 census. Although Harrodsburg was officially recognized by the House of Burgesses after

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1184 On 15th June, 1184, King Magnus V of Norway was murdered at the Fight of Fimreite. Magnus V Erlingsson was a King of Norway in the Civil war era in Norway. The Battle of Fimreite was a naval war what happened on 15th June 1184 between King Magnus Erlingsson and the Birkebeiner pretender Sverre

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1158 On the banks of the river Isar, Munich was started by Henry the Lion on 14th June, 1158. Munich is the capital and it is the most inhabited city in the German state of Bavaria what is situated on the banks of River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Henry the Lion was a

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1881 On 13th June, 1881, The USS Jeannette was crushed in an Arctic Ocean ice pack. USS Jeannette was a naval exploration container which worked under the command of George W. De Long what started an ill-fated journey to the Arctic. The ship and its crew of 33 were unconfined from the ice, then trapped

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1381 During the Peasants’ Revolt, on 12th June, 1381, in England, rebels arrived at Blackheath. The Kingdom of England was a autonomous state on the island of Great Britain from the 10th century when it looked from frequent Anglo-Saxon kingdoms—to 1707, when it united with Scotland to method the Empire of Great Britain. The Peasants’

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1429 During the Hundred Years’ War, on 11th June, 1429 started of the War of Jargeau. The Hundred Years’ War was a arrangement of wars salaried between the years 1337 to 1453 by the House of Plantagenet, rulers of the Empire of England, rulers of the Kingdom of France, against the House of Valois over