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As a result scurvy broke out, and in October 1788 Phillip had to send Sirius to Cape Town for supplies, and strict rationing was introduced, with thefts of food punished by hanging.
; 2001-USA-Anthrax Attacks: In September and October 2001, several cases of anthrax broke out in the United States in the 2001 anthrax attacks, caused deliberately.
The First Balkan War broke out when the League attacked the Ottoman Empire on 8 October 1912 and was ended seven months later by the Treaty of London.
On October 28, 2009 the agency broke ground on a new facility in Arlington, Virginia a few miles from the Pentagon.
Honduras broke away from the Central American Federation in October 1838 and became independent and sovereign state.
Armed conflict broke out between John and Longchamp, and by October 1191 Longchamp was isolated in the Tower of London with John in control of the city of London, thanks to promises John had made to the citizens in return for recognition as Richard's heir presumptive.
Kaunda broke from the ANC and formed the Zambian African National Congress ( ZANC ) in October 1958.
While Kaunda was in prison, Mainza Chona and other nationalists broke away from the ANC and, in October 1959, Chona became the first president of the United National Independence Party ( UNIP ), the successor to ZANC.
The PRC broke off relations with Liberia on October 10, 1989 in response to Liberia's recognition of the Republic of China ( Taiwan ).
In an October 2002 visit to France, he slipped in a bathroom, bruising his ribs, and on 21 June 2003, while in France for a medical check-up, he broke his femur.
In response to the October Revolution, communist revolution broke out in Germany and Hungary from 1918 to 1920, involving creation of the Bavarian Soviet Republic, the failed Spartacist uprising in Berlin in 1919, and the creation of the Hungarian Soviet Republic.
On 16 October 1834, a fire broke out in the Palace after an overheated stove used to destroy the Exchequer's stockpile of tally sticks set fire to the House of Lords Chamber.
Following the October Revolution, a civil war broke out between the anti-communist White movement and the new Soviet regime with its Red Army.
He retired in September 1973, but rejoined the army when the Yom Kippur War broke out on 6 October 1973.
In October 2004, SGI built the supercomputer Columbia, which broke the world record for computer speed, for the NASA Ames Research Center.
On October 9, 1994, linebacker Monte Coleman played in his 206th career game with the Redskins, which broke Art Monk's team record for games played ( Coleman retired at season's end with 216 games played ).
The couple broke up in August, but they resumed the relationship in October before splitting again in March 2009.
On the retreat they were intercepted at the Battle of the Thames ( October 5, 1813 ) and destroyed in a major American victory that killed Tecumseh and broke the power of Britain's Indian allies.
After the Ottoman Empire refused to implement reforms in the disputed areas, the First Balkan War broke out in October 1912 at a time when the Ottomans were tied down in a major war with Italy.
When the Outer Mongolian Revolution of 1921 broke out, Mongolian revolutionaries expelled Russian White Guards ( during the Russian Civil War of 1917-1923 following the Communist October Revolution of 1917 ) from Mongolia, which became independent when the Qing Empire of China collapsed in 1911, with the assistance of the Soviet Red Army.
With its failure the stage was set for war, which broke out on 11 October 1899.
During the Russian Civil War, which broke out after the October Revolution, Irkutsk became the site of many furious, bloody clashes between the " Whites " and the " Reds ".
* At the Second Battle of El Alamein ( 23 October – 4 November 1942 ) Allied forces broke the Axis line and forced them all the way back to Tunisia.
On October 21, 1868 a 7. 0 magnitude earthquake on the Hayward fault which runs through the grounds of the Mission shattered the walls of the Mission church and broke open the roof.

October and world
Christopher Wolfgang Alexander ( born October 4, 1936 in Vienna, Austria ) is a registered architect noted for his theories about design, and for more than 200 building projects in California, Japan, Mexico and around the world.
The US and Australian releases will share one design while the rest of the world will feature the other for a new 2 CD October 2011 release.
Following the Finnish Civil War and October revolution, Russians were virtually equated with Communists and due to official hostility to Communism, Finno-Soviet relations in the period between the world wars remained tense.
On 10 October 2010 geocachers around the world held events and went caching to commemorate 10 years of geocaching.
In October 2008, Engdahl told the Associated Press that the United States is " too insular and ignorant to challenge Europe as the center of the literary world " and does not really " participate in the big dialogue of literature.
Halloween or Hallowe ' en ( a contraction of its original title " All Hallows ' Evening "), also known as All Hallows ' Eve, is a yearly holiday observed around the world on October 31, the eve before the Western Christian feast of All Hallows.
On October 8, 2008, competitive eater Eric " Steakbellie " Livingston set a world record by consuming of haggis in 8 minutes on WMMR radio in Philadelphia.
* Canadian poet and singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen recited the poem as an introduction to his own song " The Darkness ", during a couple of shows on his 2010 world tour, most notably at his State Kremlin Palace show on 7 October.
There were 53 EFnet servers in the world as of October 2009.
The Lindsay Chemical Division of American Potash and Chemical Corporation, for a while the largest producer of rare earths in the world, in a price list dated October 1, 1958 priced 99. 9 % lanthanum ammonium nitrate ( oxide content of 29 %) at $ 3. 15 per pound, or $ 1. 93 per pound in 50-pound quantities.
In April 1917, Lenin published the April Theses, the strategy of the October Revolution, which proposed that the Russian revolution was not an isolated national event, but a fundamentally international event — the first world socialist revolution.
An October 2009 cabinet meeting was held underwater ( ministers wore scuba gear and communicated with hand signals ) to publicise to the wider world the threat of global warming on the low-lying islands of the Maldives.
Twenty-one of the MiG-29s were sold to the United States in October 1997 to prevent their sale on the world market, and for research purposes.
Peake's play The Cave, which dates from the mid-1950s, was given a first public reading at the Blue Elephant Theatre in Camberwell ( London ) in 2009, and had its world premiere in the same theatre, directed by Aaron Paterson, on 19 October 2010.
* " The map that changed the world ", Toby Lester The BBC, October 28, 2009.
* 1997 – October 27, 1997 mini-crash: Stock markets around the world crash because of fears of a global economic meltdown.
* 1970 – Vietnam War: In Paris, a Communist delegation rejects US President Richard Nixon's October 7 peace proposal as " a maneuver to deceive world opinion ".
However in the southern hemisphere, owing to the ozone hole phenomenon, the lowest amounts of column ozone found anywhere in the world are over the Antarctic in the southern spring period of September and October.
The United Nations Population Fund designated 12 October 1999 as the approximate day on which world population reached 6 billion.
On a Sunday in 1962, the world stood still at the brink of nuclear war during the October Cuban missile crisis from the implementation of U. S. vs U. S. S. R. nuclear blackmail policy.
In October 1926, he lost a 1, 500 m race along with his world record to Germany's Otto Peltzer.
Eventually, the October Revolution, led by Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin, overthrew the Provisional Government and created the world ’ s first socialist state.
Head racing was exported to the United States in the 1950s, and the Head of the Charles Regatta held each October on the Charles River in Boston, Massachusetts, USA is now the largest rowing event in the world.

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