Wednesday, September 9, 2020

History Of 10 September | On This Day In World

History Of 10 September | On This Day In World





In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 10 September are as follows: -


1785: Prussia signs trade agreement with America.


➧1846: Elias Howe patented the sewing machine.

1847: First theater in the island of Hawaii opens.

1887: Indian freedom fighter and first Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Govind Ballabh Pant was born.

1914: Marne war between France and Germany ends.

1915: Revolutionary Jatindra Nath Mukherjee alias Bagha Jatin died in a hospital in Balasore.

1923: Bengal's popular novelist Sukumar Rai died.

1926: Germany joins the Union of Allies.

1935: Doon School was established.

1939: Canada declares war against Germany in World War II.

1943: German forces occupy Rome and take the security of Vatican City.

1951: Britain begins economic extermination of Iran.

1961: Soviet Union conducts the nuclear test in Novaya Gemalia region.

1965: The winning Indian soldier Paramvir Chakra honorable Hoshiar Singh Dahiya passed away.

1966: Parliament of India approved the creation of the state of Punjab and Haryana.

1974: African country Guinea gained independence from Portuguese.

1976: Indian Airlines Boeing 737 aircraft hijacked from Lahore.

1998: Yevgeny Primakov is named the new Prime Minister of Russia, South Korea and Australia agree to make coordinated efforts towards nuclear non-proliferation.

2002: European country Switzerland became a member of the United Nations.

2008: The largest scientific experiment began in the Large Hadron Collider of Switzerland's CERN laboratory.



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