Monday, August 10, 2020

History Of 11 August | On This Day In World

History Of 11 August | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 11 August are as follows: -

➧ 1347: Alauddin Hasan Gangu Bahman Shah gained royalty and established the Bahmani dynasty.

➧ 1778: Friedrich Ludwig John, the German teacher who founded gymnastics in the world, was born.

➧ 1863: Cambodia becomes a protected country of France.

➧ 1908: Revolutionary Khudiram Bose hanged.

➧ 1940: Germany makes an aerial attack on Britain's Portland port.

➧ 1944: America makes an aerial attack on the Palembeng region of the Sumatra Islands.

➧ 1948: Summer Olympics begin in London.

➧ 1949: D. Subbarao, the twenty-second governor of the Reserve Bank of India was born.

➧ 1954: Indian cricketer MV Narasimha Rao was born.

➧ 1960: African country Chad gained independence from France.

➧ 1961: Dadar Nagar Haveli merged with India and made it a Union Territory.

➧ 1967: Famous Hindi journalist, critic, litterateur, critic and editor, Nandadulare Vajpayee died.

➧ 1984: British runner Jola Budd of South African descent collides with America's top runner Mary Decker in the 3000 meters race at the Los Angeles Olympic Games. Mary had to be out of the race. This incident was very popular all over the world.

➧ 1985: Ronald Reagan became the President of the United States.

➧ 1999: The last lunar eclipse of the century was witnessed by crores of people in many parts of the world. In some parts, people could not see it due to dense clouds.

➧ 2003: North Atlantic Treaty Organization NATO takes command of peace force in Afghanistan.

➧ 2004: India and Pakistan swap lists of wanted criminals.

➧ 2006: Pakistan launches third Agosta 90B class submarine.

➧ 2007: Mohammad Hamid Ansari became the 13th Vice President of India.

➧ 2010: Paul Kagame becomes the new President of Rwanda.

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