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Republic of Dubrovnik is founded (27. June 1358)

Cornish rebels Michael An Gof and Thomas Flamank are executed at Tyburn, London, England. (27. June 1497)

The thirteen Stratford Martyrs are burned at the stake near London for their Protestant beliefs. (27. June 1556)

War of the Austrian Succession: Battle of Dettingen: On the battlefield in Bavaria, George II personally leads troops into battle. The last time that a British monarch would command troops in the field. (27. June 1743)

General James Wolfe begins the siege of Quebec. (27. June 1759)

Cherokee warriors defeat British forces at the Battle of Echoee near present-day Otto, North Carolina during the Anglo-Cherokee War. (27. June 1760)

British forces take Buenos Aires during the first British invasions of the Río de la Plata. (27. June 1806)

Joseph Smith, Jr., founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, and his brother Hyrum Smith, are murdered by a mob at the Carthage, Illinois jail. (27. June 1844)

The inaugural run of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's Royal Blue from Washington, D.C., to New York, New York, the first U.S. passenger train to use electric locomotives. (27. June 1895)

The first solo circumnavigation of the globe is completed by Joshua Slocum from Briar Island, Nova Scotia. (27. June 1898)

A. E. J. Collins scores 628 runs not out, the highest-ever recorded score in cricket. (27. June 1899)

Battleship Potemkin uprising: sailors start a mutiny aboard the battleship Potemkin, denouncing the crimes of autocracy, demanding liberty and an end to war. (27. June 1905)

Prime Minister of Japan Tanaka Giichi leads a conference to discuss Japan's plans for China; later, a document detailing these plans, the "Tanaka Memorial" is leaked, although it is now considered a forgery. (27. June 1927)

Romanian governmental forces, allies of Nazi Germany, launch one of the most violent pogroms in Jewish history in the city of Iaşi, (Romania), resulting in the murder of at least 13,266 Jews. (27. June 1941)

German troops capture the city of Białystok during Operation Barbarossa. (27. June 1941)

In the Canadian Citizenship Act, the Parliament of Canada establishes the definition of Canadian citizenship. (27. June 1946)

The United States decides to send troops to fight in the Korean War. (27. June 1950)

Guatemala passes Decree 900, ordering the redistribution of uncultivated land. (27. June 1952)

The world's first nuclear power station opens in Obninsk, near Moscow. (27. June 1954)

The 1954 FIFA World Cup quarterfinal match between Hungary and Brazil, highly anticipated to be exciting, instead turns violent, with three players ejected and further fighting continuing after the game. (27. June 1954)

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