Sunday, October 18, 2020

History Of 19 October | On This Day In World

History Of 19 October | On This Day In World




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

➧ 1630: Common court held in Boston for the first time.

➧ 1739: England declares war on Spain.

➧ 1853: The first flour mill was started in the Hawaiian province of America.

➧ 1889: French leader Napoleon Bonaparte withdraws his army from the capital of Russia.

➧ 1900: 'Planck's law' was proposed by the German scientist Max Planck. It is also known as the rule of black body emission.

➧ 1910: Astronomer and Nobel laureate Subramanian Chandrasekhar was born.

➧ 1915: Russia and Italy declare war on Bulgaria.

➧ 1920: The spiritual master and philosopher Padurang Shastri Athawale was born.

➧ 1926: John C. Garend patented the semi-automatic rifle.

➧ 1932: British government signs trade agreement with Soviet Union.

➧ 1932: Ford Motor Company owner Henry Ford makes his first speech on the radio.

➧ 1960: America's Martin Luther King-Jr., who agitated for civil rights, was arrested in Atlanta.

➧ 1970: The first MiG-21 aircraft built in India was inducted into the Indian Air Force.

➧ 1981: Nikolaos Blenmagen and Arthur Shavalo win the Nobel Prize for Physics (Laser).

➧ 1987: A steep decline in the share price was recorded in New York's Wall Street amid heavy selling pressure and its impact on stock markets around the world.

➧ 2004: China launches its first commercial weather satellite.

➧ 2005: Trial begins in Baghdad against Iraq's deposed President Saddam Hussein.

➧ 2014: A functioning human intestine originated in a laboratory from stem cells in the United States.

➧ 2019: Chilean President Sebastian Piñera announced a 15-day state of emergency following widespread and violent protests over public performance cost increases.

➧ 2019: US Democratic Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez endorsed Bernie Sanders for President.

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