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1596 Jacob van Heemskerk and Willem Barents discovered Bear Island on 10th June, 1596. Willem Barentsz was a Dutch cartographer, navigator and Arctic explorer. He joined in 3 voyages to the distant north in search for a Northeast way. Through his 3rd trip, the crew of the ship was beached on Novaya Zemlya for almost

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721 Odo of Aquitaine defeated the Moors in the Fight of Toulouse on 9th June, 721. Odo the Great was the Duke of Aquitaine by 700. His land comprised the Duchy of Vasconia in the south-west of Gaul and the Duchy of Aquitaine, a kingdom dispersion from the Loire to the Pyrenees, by the principal

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1191 On 8th June, 1191 Richard I arrived in Acre what was opening his crusade. Richard I born on 8th September 1157. He was a King of England from 6th July 1189 to his demise. He also ruled as Duke of Normandy, Aquitaine and Gascony, Count of Poitiers, Lord of Cyprus, Anjou, Maine, and Nantes,

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1099 The event happened during the first Crusade. On 7th June, 1099, the Siege of Jerusalem started. The First Crusade was the 1st of a number of campaigns what endeavored to imprisonment the Holy Land, named for by Pope Urban II at the Council of Clermont in the year 1095. It began as an extensive

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1586 On 6th Junes of the year 1586, Francis Drake’s army forces attacked St. Augustine in Spanish Florida. Vice Admiral Sir Francis Drake was a privateer of the Elizabethan age and an English sea captain. Drake approved out the second circumvention of the world in a single voyage what started from the year 1577 to

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1257 Kraków is situated in Poland and this city received city rights on 5th June. Kraków is also called Cracow or Krakow. This is the 2nd largest and one of the ancient cities in Poland. Town privileges or area rights were the significant features of European towns what in the most of the 2nd millennium.

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1783 On 4th June, 1783, The Montgolfier brothers demonstrate their montgolfière what was hot air balloon publicly. Joseph-Michel Montgolfier born on 26th August 1740 and died on 26th June 1810 and Jacques-Étienne Montgolfier born on 6th January 1745 and died on 2nd August 1799 were the paper manufacturers from Annonay, in Ardèche, France who are

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1539 Hernando de Soto claimed Florida for Spain on 3rd June, 1939. Hernando de Soto was a Spanish voyager and conquistador who led the 1st European voyage deep into the land of the modern-day United States what are Florida, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama and the most likely Arkansas. He is the 1st European recognized as having

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1615 The first Récollet missionaries arrived at Quebec City, from Rouen, France on 2nd June, 1615. The Recollects were a French development branch of the Order of Friars Minor what usually identified today as the Franciscans. They used the post-nominal marks O.F.M. Rec. or O.M.R. Signified by their pointed hoods and gray habits, the Recollects

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1533 On 1st June, 1533, Anne Boleyn was crowned Queen of England. Anne Boleyn was a Queen of England. She served as a Queen from the year 1533 to year 1536. She was the second wife of King Henry VIII. Henry’s wedding to her, and her succeeding performance by execution. It made her a important