1864: Kvitka-Osnovianenko’s play Marusia premieres in Ukrainian in Lviv.
1910: The first issue of the newspaper Ukrainsky holos comes off the presses in Winnipeg, Canada.
1917: A Ukrainian military club is established in Kyiv and named after Hetman Polubotko. It is headed by Mykola Mikhnovsky who proceeds to form a national army.
1918: The Radnarkom of the Ukrainian SSR issues a decree on the tax in kind.
1944: The First Ukrainian Front liberates Chernivtsi in the course of the Proskuriv-Chernivtsi offensive.
1955: Mykola Lysenko’s opera Taras Bulba premieres at the Kyiv Opera and Ballet Theater.
1966: The 23rd CPSU Congress convenes in Moscow, in the course of which Leonid Brezhnev is elected General Secretary.
1990: The City Council of Ternopil resolves to use the Ukrainian national symbols.
1993: The First All-Ukrainian Congress of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs is called to order in Kyiv.