Tuesday, August 18, 2020

History Of 19 August | On This Day In World

History Of 19 August | On This Day In World


In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 19 August are as follows: -

➧ 1493: Maximilian I becomes prince of Austria.

➧ 1600: Akbar's suzerainty over Ahmed Nagar.

➧ 1666: Shivaji escapes from Aurangzeb's captivity hiding in a fruit basket in Agra.

➧ 1757: The first one rupee coin of the East India Company was made in mint in Calcutta.

➧ 1812: America's warship defeated Britain's warship Garriar.

➧ 1918: Birth of 9th Shankar Dayal Sharma, 9th President of India.

➧ 1919: Afghanistan declares its independence from Britain.

➧ 1946: Birth of former US President Bill Clinton.

➧ 1949: Bhubaneswar becomes the capital of Odisha.

➧ 1955: America increases import duty on bicycles by 50 percent.

➧ 1960: Two dogs and three mice were sent to space from Sputnik 5 spacecraft.

➧ 1964: Launch of the communication satellite Syncom 3.

➧ 1966: An earthquake in Turkey killed about 2400 people.

➧ 1973: France conducts nuclear tests.

➧ 1977: Soviet Union conducts nuclear test at Seri Sagan.

➧ 1978: 422 people killed in Iran's cinema fire.

➧ 1999: Annoyed by India's draft nuclear policy, the G8 announced a moratorium on all forms of aid.

➧ 2004: Google, the world's largest Internet company, launched its market share.

➧ 2005: Government of Sri Lanka and LTTE agree to resume peace talks.

➧ 2007: Passengers of the mission Endeavor on the space station complete the spacewalk.

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