Tuesday, December 29, 2020

History Of 30 December | On This Day In World

History Of 30 December | On This Day In World





In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 30 December are as follows: -

1703: An earthquake in Tokyo, the capital of Japan, killed 37,000 people.
1803: The East India Company of Britain took Delhi, Agra and Bharuch under its control.
1873: Metrological Society for Measurement Weights is formed in New York, USA.
1893: Russia and France sign military agreement.
1906: All India Muslim League was established in Dhaka.
1922: Soviet Union (USSR) was established. The Soviet Union existed as an extremely powerful communist nation for nearly 7 decades.
1935: Sweden's Red Cross unit in the African country of Ethiopia collapses in a bombing of Italian fighter jets.
1935: The first Indian chess master Manuel Aarons was born.
1943: Freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose waved India's independence flag at Port Blair.
1949: India recognized China.
1950: Famous social activist Hanumappa Sudarshan was born.
1971: Eminent scientist Vikram Sarabhai died in Trivandrum.
1975: Hindi poet and ghazal writer Dushyant Kumar died.
1975: Constitution comes into effect in the African country of Madagascar.
1986: British government announces removal of more than 200 canary birds from coal mines.
1993: Vatican recognizes Israel.
1996: End of 36 years of civil war in Guatemala.
2006: Iraq's ruler Saddam Hussein hanged.
2009: India's famous litterateur, journalist and editor of 'Kadambini Patrika', Rajendra Awasthi passed away.
2016: The Danes of the Kinks were awarded knighthood by Queen Elizabeth II.

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