3,500 women are the first to be allowed to attend a football match in Iran for a World Cup qualifier in Tehran, since the Islamic revolution.
Three thousand five hundred women in Iran were allowed to attend a soccer match for the first time in 40 years.
Marvel superhero film “Thor: Ragnarok” premiered in Los Angeles, California, US.
Interplay’s Fallout was released in North America for MS-DOS and Windows computers.
Fallout is critically acclaimed as the best roleplaying game made at the time and has been credited for refreshing gamers’ interest in roleplaying games. The character creation system was particularly praised, as it allowed players to truly customize their character’s skills, strengths, and weaknesses.
A $1 coin was approved by the US Congress, featuring women’s suffrage activist Susan B. Anthony.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical soundtrack, “Jesus Christ Superstar,” was recorded.
The second James Bond spy movie, “From Russia With Love,” was released in London.
The movie, starring Sean Connery, had a budget of just $2 million. Nevertheless, it brought in an impressive $79 million at the box office.
The epic Western drama movie “Giant” premiered in New York City, US.
Emmeline Pankhurst and her daughters founded the Women’s Social and Political Union.
They would later be credited as playing a significant part in attaining the right to vote for women in the UK.
Isaac R. Johnson received his patent for the bicycle frame.
The three-day Great Chicago Fire was finally extinguished after destroying 3.3 square miles.
The disaster killed roughly 300 people and left 100,000 homeless. The damage was around $222 million in those days, which is now equivalent to $4.6 billion!
British astronomer William Lassell discovered Neptune’s largest moon, Triton.
The War of the Polish Succession began when France declared war on Austria and Saxony.
Edward Seymour, the first Duke of Somerset and Lord Protector of England, had his title stripped from him.
After having been stripped of his title in 1552, Seymour was sentenced to death by the King, who was his 14-year-old nephew. The event was considered a plot against Seymour, also known as a coup d’état.