Thursday, December 17, 2020

History Of 18 December | On This Day In World

History Of 18 December | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 18 December are as follows: -

1271: Mongol ruler Kublai Khan named his empire Yuan and it was from here that the Yuan dynasty began in Mongolia and China.

1398: Timur defeated Sultan Nusrat Shah and captured Delhi.

1787: New Jersey becomes the third state to accept the US Constitution.

1799: The body of the first President of America, George Washington, is buried at Mount Vernon.

1833: Russia's national anthem 'God Save the Jar' is sung for the first time.

1839: John Draper of America photographed a celestial body (moon) for the first time.

1849: William Bond takes his first photograph of the moon with a telescope.

1878: Al-Thani family becomes the first family to rule Qatar.

1902: Marconi, the famous inventor of Italy, created the first radio station.

1938: The nuclear age began with the analysis of nuclear energy by the German scientist and chemist Autohan.

1960: National Museum inaugurated in the capital Delhi.

1969: Capital punishment in England is abolished.

1973: Islamic Development Bank established.

1997: HTML 4.0 published by the World Wide Web Consortium.

2005: Civil war begins in Canada.

2008: BrahMos supersonic cruise missile successfully test fired.

2014: The heaviest rocket GSLV Mark-3 was successfully launched.

2017: India won 29 gold out of 30 at the Commonwealth Wrestling Championships.

2018: Nevada becomes the first US state with a female legislature, with new appointments at 51%.

2019: US House of Representatives voted President Donald Trump for abuse of power (230–197) and Congressional obstruction (229–198).

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