Having made many powerful enemies, the Dominican friar and puritan fanatic Girolamo Savonarola was executed on 23 May 1498.
Signed on 13 April 1598, the Edict of Nantes granted rights to France's Calvinist Protestants, known as Huguenots.
The legendary figure of the Wild West was born on 19 March 1848.
In the ideological battlefield of the recovery and reshaping of Europe, a plan was developed between the US and European Nations on 5 June 1947.
John Cabot set sail from Bristol, England, looking for a route to the west on May 20th 1497.
In the middle of the Revolutionary Wars, British sailors mounted a large-scale mutiny on 15 April 1797.
The Holy Roman Empire won a decisive battle on 24 April 1547.
The French king and contemporary of Henry VIII died on March 31st, 1547.