Tuesday, September 1, 2020

History Of 02 September | On This Day In World

History Of 02 September | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 02 September are as follows: -

➧ 1573: Akbar conquers Gujarat.

➧ 1666: A fierce fire broke out in London and the entire city was destroyed in five days.

➧ 1715: The King of France, Louis 14th (Louis XIV) died, he ruled for a total of 72 years.

➧ 1775: The first American war vessel 'Hana' was launched by General George Washington.

➧ 1798: The British made a pact with the Nizam of Hyderabad.

➧ 1806: Landslides ruin an entire city of Switzerland.

➧ 1877: Satsuma rebellion suppressed in Japan.

➧ 1926: Under the agreement reached in Italy and Yemen, Italy dominated the Red Sea coast.

➧ 1945: The Second World War ended for six years after Japan accepted defeat.

➧ 1945: Vietnam declares its independence.

➧ 1946: Interim Government of India was formed under the Deputy Chairman of Jawaharlal Nehru.

➧ 1962: Soviet Union agrees to give arms to Cuba.

➧ 1969: ATM machine came first in the banking world today.

➧ 1970: NASA cancels two of its Apollo missions to the moon.

➧ 1992: US and Russia agree to form joint ventures for construction of space station.

➧ 1999: Indian swimmer Bula Chaudhary becomes the first Asian woman to cross the English Channel twice.

➧ 2007: Albania becomes the world's first chemical weapons nation.

➧ 2008: 54th National Film Award (India): "Pulijanmam" won the Golden Lotus Award.

➧ 2015: US President Barack Obama becomes the first President to visit the Arctic Circle in Kotzebu, Alaska.

➧ 2019: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson threatened a general election if rebel MPs pass a bill against no-deal Brexit.

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