Sunday, July 26, 2020

History Of 27 July | On This Day In World

History Of 27 July | On This Day In World

History Of 27 July | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 27 July are as follows: -

1586: Sir Walter Raleigh becomes the man who brought tobacco from Vazinia to London. 

1655: On this day the Netherlands and Brandenburg signed a military treaty.

1709: Emperor Imper Nakamikado ascended the throne of Japan.

1713: Russia and Turkey sign peace treaty.

1714: British Queen Anne rejects Premier Robert Haley.

1720: Second important victory of the Russian Navy - Battle of Gangnam.

1724: Peter the Wild Boy 'caught near Havensen in Hanover.

1836: Adelaide is established in South Australia.

1844: A fire destroyed the American mint of Charlotte and North Carolina.

1862: Hurricane Hurricane wreaked havoc in the American city of Canton, killing 40 thousand people.

1888: Philippe Pratt exhibits the first electric automobile. 1888 The first American electric tricycle was 
built by Philip Pratt.

1908: The Typhoon of Hong Kong lost 421 lives to the passenger steamer Ying King.

1921: Two scientists from the University of Toronto, Frederick Banting and Charles Best, succeeded in isolating the hormone named insulin.

1935: Two lakh people died in the Yangtze and Hoang River floods in China.

1939: Central Reserve Police Force is established.

1962: Martin Luther King Jr., leader of the African-American civil rights struggle, is lodged in the Albany prison in Georgia.

1965: Edward Heath becomes leader of the British Conservative Party.

1982: The Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, while holding this post, went on an official visit to America for the first time in 11 years.

1987: In 1912, explorers discovered the wreck of the sinking ship Titanic on its first voyage.

2006: Intel Corp introduces Core 2 DU microprocessors.

2015: 11th President of India, Dr. Abdul Kalam died in Shillong.

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