The World's Important Memorable Events

  • 1535 - Queen Elizabeth Date of.
  • 1761 - The third fight waterways.
  • 1790 - Fort William College was established Kolkata.
  • 1804 - Terms of France's Emperor Napoleon bonaparte.
  • 1821 - Napoleon Bonaparte death of.
  • 1829 - Order to prevent burning sati in India.
  • 1837 - Queen Victoria ascended the throne of England.
  • 1857 - The Sepoy Rebellion in India.
  • 1860 - German philosopher Arthur schopenhauer death of.
  • 1876, 13 September - American novelist Sherwood Anderson's Date of.
  • 1889, 13 September - French poet Pierre rabherdi's Date of.
  • 1913 - Rabindranath Tagore the Nobel Prize for literature.
  • 1939, 1 September - Second World War started.
  • 1941, 22 june - Hitler's invasion of Russia.
  • 1949 - The Republic of China was established .
  • 1952 - England's throne of Queen Elizabeth II.
  • 1964 - The freedom of Malta.
  • 1399 - Timur Lang who declared himself as an Emperor of Delhi.
  • 1748 - France-switch Mathematician Zang Bourelly died
  • 1782 - German melodist Johann Christian Bach died
  • 1824 - Established Sanskrit college in Kolkata (Calcutta)
  • 1854 - Anthropologist sir James Frazer was born.
  • 1863 - Educationist & Sports personality Baron Pierre de Coubertin was born
  • 1877 - Queen Victoria was declared as the Empress of India.
  • 1879 - English Novelist E.M. Foster was born.
  • 1880 - Money order system was included to the post office in India for the first time.
  • 1881 - Visionary Communist & France revolutionary Auguste Louis Blanqui died.
  • 1886 - By a declaration Burma (Myanmar) was brought under English Rule.
  • 1889 - To implement the capital punishment Electrical chair is used at New York in America for the first time.
  • 1890 - Sir Gooroodas Banerjee was appointed as the 1st Bangalee VC of Calcutta University. Film director, Journalist & Author of prose fiction Premankur Atorthi was born.
  • 1894 - Great Scientist Mr. Prof. Satyendra Nath Bose was born. German Physicist Heinrich Rudolf Hertz died.
  • 1898 - Weeklies 'Sangsar' is published edited by Kaliprasanna Ghosh.
  • 1901 - Commonwealth of Australia is formed.
  • 1904 - Rural poet Jashimuddin was born.
  • 1908 - David Hair Training College for teachers training established in Kolkata.
  • 1910 - Freedom Fighter Nalini Das was born.
  • 1914 - Literary & Journalist Adwaita Malla Burman was born.
  • 17 - Roman poet Ovid Died.
  • 1492 - Famous Persian poet Mullah Nooruddin Abdur Rahman Jami died.
  • 1635 - France Academy established.
  • 1757 - Robert Clive occupied Kolkata (Calcutta) from Siraj-ud-Doula.
  • 1917 - Poet & Literary Critics Mr Hariprasad Mitra was born.
  • 1930 - Scientist & Author Abdullah-Al-Muti Sharfuddin was born. 'Speechless picture' Show is begun at 'Kolkata Show House'
  • 1942 - United Nations Proclamation is signed.
  • 1958 - European Economic Community (EEC) is laid it's foundation.
  • 1959 - Revolution in Cuba Started leading by Dr. Fidel Castro.
  • 1788 - France Author & progressive social reformer Etienne Cabet was born.
  • 1839 - First photography of moon is taken by Lui Dagar.
  • 1852 - Russian pole adventurer Fabian Gottlieb Thaddeus von Bellingshausen died.
  • 1856 - Photographic Society of Bengal was established.
  • 1886 - By a declaration British Empire engulfs all North Burma (Myanmar).
  • 1890 - Syed Ameer Ali became the first Muslim Justice at Kolkata High court.
  • 1892 - Astronomer Sir George Biddell Airy died.
  • 1895 - British Orientalist Hamilton Gib was born.
  • 1896 - Author of Juvenile literature Mr. Khogendranath Mitra was born.
  • 1962 - West Samoa got independence.
  • 1912 - Kolkata Development Trust is formed.
  • 1917 - British Anthropologist Sir Edward Burnett Tylor died. / Poet & Journalist Ahsan Habib was born.
  • 1920 - Bio-Chemist & Science fiction writer Issac Asimov was born.
  • 1922 - Indian Scientist Mr. Har Gobind Khorana was born.
  • 1939 - Approximate two hundred thousand labour participated on general strike of Bombay (Mumbai).
  • 1955 - President of Panama Antonio Remon Cantera was killed.
  • 1959 - Russian Rocket Luna-1 launched.
  • 1976 - Literary Sailajananda Mukherjee died.
  • BC-106 - Roman statesman and orator Marakiusa Sisero born.
  • 1501 - Uzbek poet and thinker Nazimuddin Mir Alisera Nabhoi's death.
  • 1698 - Italian poet Piyero Metantajio born.
  • 1732 - Charitable Haji Mohammad Mohsin born.
  • 1832 - French grammarian Jhan-Fransoya Sampoliom's death.
  • 1840 - Belajiya's missionary Father of Damiyena born.
  • 1868 - Nobel winner U.S. chemists Theodore William Richards born.
  • 1870 - The Australian novelist Henry Handle Richardson born.
  • 1875 - French editor and author of cells Pierre Atonaja larusa's death.
  • 1981 - Bengali diplomat Mr. Hossain Ali died.
  • 1880 - In Mumbai "Illustrated Weekly of India" was first published.
  • 1888 - Playwright and physician James bridi born.
  • 1923 - Czech novelist Iyaroslabha haseka's death.
  • 1924 - Anthropologists Howard Carter discovered Tutanakhamuna's top ornate coffin.
  • 1952 - The Asiatic Society was founded in Dhaka.
  • 1958 - Sir Edmund Hillary was pacing the South Pole.
  • 1958 - "South Indian Islands Federation" is formed.
  • 1980 - Death of Nirmalacandra Lahiri, astronomer and magazine innovator.
  • 1993 - Nuclear arms reduction treaty 'strart' signed between Russia and America.
  • 1493 - Naval Adventurer Columbus started journey from America to Spain.
  • 1710 - Italian composer Jiobhanti Battista Paragolesi born.
  • 1782 - French architect Jhank Gabriel's death.
  • 1785 - German grammarian and Folklorian Hayakapa Grim born.
  • 1809 - The inventor of blinds reading system, the French researcher Louis Brayi born.
  • 1813 - The inventor short hand lettering Sir Ijak Pitman born.
  • 1861 - The unique epic of Bengali literature 'Meghanadbadh' of Michael Madhusudan Dutta was published.
  • 1884 - Phyabiyan society was established in London.
  • 1885 - The first appendicitis operations.
  • 1920 - The Spenish novelist and dramatist Gyaladosa Benito Perez's death.
  • 1929 - Saratchandra's novel 'Pother Dabi' was confiscated by the British Raj.
  • 1931 - The Politician and leader of khelaphata movement Maolana (Religious) Mohammad Ali died.
  • 1941 - Nobel Laureate in Literature (1927), the French philosopher Henri- Louis Bergson 's death.
  • 1947 - Fired at Procession in Dinajpur farmers, Saontal Sibarama and Chamiruddin were killed.
  • 1948 - East Pakistan Muslim Students League formed.
  • 1960 - French Nobel Prize winner Albert Camus (1957), was died in accident.
  • 1961 - Austrian physicist Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexander Schrodinger death.
  • 1906 - By severe earthquake and volcanic fire, Menaguya city of Nicaragua in Central America, is destroyed, including 22,000 residents.
  • 1965 - Nobel Prize winner British poet and critic T. S. Eliot's death.
  • 1975 - Italian writer Karlena Levi's death.
  • 1983 - Rabindra Musician Sagor Sen's death.
  • 1986 - The novelist and dramatist Christopher Isherwood died.
  • 1990 - The first digital telephone system was introduced in Bangladesh.

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