1905: Ukraine’s first Ukrainian-language newspaper Khliborob (The Tiller) is printed in Lubny (Naddniprianska Ukraina, or Dnipro Ukraine).
1917: Ukraine’s Central Rada resolves to start printing its own currency.
1926: The Central Committee of the VKB(U) [All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks)] adopts a decree launching the construction of the Dniprohes Dnipro Hydropower Plant.
1934: Mykhailo Hrushevsky, a noted Ukrainian historian, public and political figure, dies in Kislovodsk.
1991: The Ministry of Justice registers the Socialist Party of Ukraine.
1995: The Ukrainian and Russian defense ministers sign a number of agreements in Sochi, including one on cooperation in the military sphere.
2004: An nationwide strike begins, with the National Salvation Committee, headed by Viktor Yushchenko, assuming full responsibility for the protection of democracy in Ukraine.