Wednesday, July 29, 2020

History Of 30 July | On This Day In World

History Of 30 July | On This Day In World

History Of 30 July | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 30 July are as follows: -

762: The city of Baghdad, north of ancient Baghdad, was discovered by the Abbasid Caliph al-Mansur.

1602: Political and imperialist influence of Netherlands started in Indonesia.

1650: Prince Willem II captured Amsterdam.

1653: Johann de Witt sworn in as Holland's pension advisor.

1729: The city of Baltimore was established.

1733: The first American lodge was built at the Society of Formeesis of Boston.

1756: Bartolomeo Rastrali newly built Catherine's Palace presented to Queen Elizabeth and her courtiers.

1824: Giocchino becomes the new manager of the Rossini Theater Italian, Paris.

1825: Maldan Island discovered.

1836: First English-language newspaper published in Hawaii, USA.

1864: Battle of the Crater: General Burnsides failed in the attack on Petersburg.

1877: A second battle ensues in the siege of Pelen.

1886: The country's first female legislator and social reformer S.W. Birth of Muthulakshmi Reddy.

1909: The Right Banghuas built the first aircraft for the army.

1914: The city of Belgrade, the artillery of Austria, becomes the capital of Serbia.

1930: Death Valley Days first broadcast on NBC Radio.

1932: The tenth modern Olympic Games begin in Las Angeles, USA.

1938: The first children's comic The Beano was published in Britain.

1942: German army kills 25,000 Jews in Minsk, Belarus.

1957: Establishment of Export Risk Insurance Corporation of India (Private) Limited.

1966: England wins football World Cup for the first time.

1980: Vanuato country gained independence.

1990: Kapil Dev scored the first fours of sixes in Test cricket by hitting four sixes in successive balls.

2000: Lance Armstrong became the first American to visit France three times in a row.

2002: Canada declares seven groups, including Al Qaeda, as terrorist organizations.

2007: Chinese scientists discovered rocks in Zhengzhou, about 5 million years old.

2012: Power failure in seven states including Delhi due to malfunction in Northern Grid. 36 crore people affected.

2018: Second and final draft of National Civil Register released in Assam.

2018: Penal Law Amendment Bill 2018 passed in Lok Sabha.

2018: Smriti Mandhana became the second woman batsman to score the fastest half-century.




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