Sunday, August 2, 2020

History Of 3 August | On This Day In World

History Of 03 August | On This Day In World

History Of 03 August | On This Day In World


In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 03 August are as follows: -

➧ 1108: Louis VI becomes Emperor of France.

➧ 1492: All Jews were expelled from the European country Spain.

➧ 1492: Italian sailor Christopher Columbus sailed from Spain with India to explore India.

➧ 1678: Robert LaSalle built the first ship in America.

➧ 1780: Captain Bruce, under Meher Pofham, captured Gwalior.

➧ 1886: Birth of Hindi scholar Maithili Sharan Gupt.

➧ 1900: First One Tire & Rubber Company is established.

➧ 1914: The first seaplane passed through the Panama Canal.

➧ 1925: America's last troops leave Nicaragua.

➧ 1957: Abdul Rahman is elected the new leader of Malaysia. Malaysia gained independence from Britain under his leadership.

➧ 1960: West African country Niger gained independence from France.

➧ 1985: Ramon Magsaysay Award for public service to Baba Amte.

➧ 2000: Britain's 'Queen Mother' celebrates its 100th anniversary.

➧ 2001: The first film, "The Princess Diaries" starring Anne Hathaway, was released.

➧ 2003: It was decided to make a gay bishop in the Anglican Church of America. Jane Robinson of New Hampshire was elected bishop by an overwhelming majority in the House of Deputies of the Episcopal Church.

➧ 2004: American spacecraft Messenger departs for planet Mercury.

➧ 2006: The United States states that it will not aid uranium enrichment in India.

➧ 2007: The Russian spacecraft Progress M-61 departed for the International Space Station successfully reached its orbit.

➧ 2007: 100 people die in a train accident in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

➧ 2013: 80 people killed in a rebellion in Iraq.


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