A stampede of 47,000 football fans killed 84 people and injured 180 more in Guatemala City.
The disaster happened when the fans went to watch the World Cup and overfilled the stadium passed capacity. People were crushed and suffocated and physical fights broke out as fans struggled for space leading to panic and stampede.
It was the largest European battle before World War I. Also known as The Battle of Nations, it took place in Leipzig, Germany and was fought between Austria, Prussia, Sweden and Russia who won against the French Empire and Polish, Italian and German troops.
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