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Transylvanian prince of Wallachia. 1431 – Born in the city of Sighiºoara in Transylvania, during the winter. 1447 –  Vlad’s father was assassinated in the marshes near Bãlteni. 1448 – Became the Prince (voivode) of Wallachia, a former polity which is now part of Romania. 1451 – Fled to Moldavia and was put under the ..

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705 BC – Sennacherib was born. 703 BC – His first campaign took place against the chaldean Merodach-Baladan II who had seized the throne of Babylon and gathered an alliance supported by Chaldeans, Arameans, and Elam. 701 BC – A rebellion backed by Egypt and Babylonia broke out in Judah and was led by Hezekiah. ..

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1925 – Born in Heidelberg, Germany on the 20th of September. The eighth king of the Chakkri dynasty of Siam, whose mysterious death was one of the most traumatic events in the history of modern Thailand. 1927 – He followed his parents to Paris, Lausanne, and then to Massachusetts when, another uncle, King Prajadhipok issued ..

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879 BC – After succeeding his kinsman Rurik as ruler of Novgorod. 882 BC – He subsequently made his capital. Extending his authority east and west of the Volkhov–Dnieper waterway          – He united the local Slavic and Finnish tribes under his rule and became the undisputed ruler of the Kievan–Novgorodian state. 907 BC ..

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1960 – Born on the 23rd of February in Tugo Palace, Tokyo. 1882 – He received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in history from Gakushuin University. 1883 – He studied in England at Merton College, Oxford. 1989 – He is known for his extensive charity work. 1993 – He married Masako Owada at the Imperial Shinto Hall ..

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1802 – Miguel I, King of Portugal, Miguel Maria Evaristo de Bragança, usually known as Dom Miguel born on the 26th of October, whose name is chiefly associated with his pretensions to the throne of Portugal, was the third son of King João VI of Portugal, and of Carlota Joaquina, one of the Spanish Bourbons. ..

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1150 – Madog ap Maredudd was born. 1132 – He followed his father on the throne of Powys. 1141 – He is recorded as taking part in the Battle of Lincoln in support of the Earl of Chester. 1149 – He is recorded giving the commote of Cyfeiliog to his nephews Owain Cyfeiliog and his ..

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1850 – The sixth son of Emperor Daoguang, he was made a prince of the first degree and became prominent at the top level of national government. 1860 –  In September, Emperor Xianfeng appointed him as the Imperial representative in charge of peace negotiations with the invading Anglo-French forces, which resulted in the Conventions of ..

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