Saturday, August 22, 2020

History Of 23 August | On This Day In World

History Of 23 August | On This Day In World


History Of 23 August | On This Day In World


In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 23 August are as follows: -

➧ 1456: Johannes Gutenberg of Germany printed the first copy of the Bible from the world's first print of modern style which became known as Gutenberg Bible.

➧ 1821: Mexico declares independence.

➧ 1922: Revolt in Morocco against Spain.

➧ 1939: Signed a treaty between the then Soviet Union and Germany not to attack each other.

➧ 1944: The famous Indian film heroine Saira Banu was born.

➧ 1947: Vallabhbhai Patel was appointed Deputy Prime Minister of the country.

➧ 1976: Earthquake in China kills thousands.

➧ 1979: Iranian army opens front against Kurds.

➧ 1986: Shambhu Apashane from Bombay holds the world record by winning the longest typing marathon.

➧ 1990: East and West Germany declared to be one on 3 October.

➧ 1990: Armenia declares independence.

➧ 1995: The country's first cellular phone was commercially introduced in Calcutta.

➧ 1997: UN US University of Mississippi Medical Center received turmeric patent four years ago.

➧ 1999: Dialogue resumes between Israel and Palestine on issues related to recognition.

➧ 2001: Poonia murder case in which Indian politician Rellu Ram Poonia and seven members of his family were massacred.

➧ 2003: At least 21 people died in a spacecraft in Brazil before it exploded before launch.

➧ 2003: Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf announced that Pakistan would maintain a minimum protective weapon.

➧ 2007: 30 manuscripts of the Rig Veda were added to the UNESCO World Memory Register.

➧ 2007: Pakistan's Supreme Court allows former Pakistan Chief Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is living in exile, to return home.

➧ 2011: Scientists at the Chinese Academy of Sciences discover the origin of the Brahmaputra and Indus rivers and complete an extensive satellite study of the length of their route.


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