Monday, January 4, 2021

History Of 5 January | On This Day In World

History Of 5 January | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 5 January are as follows: -

1664: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj attacked Surat.
1773: Massachusetts slaves petition the Legislature for independence.
1832: Abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison founded the New England Anti-Slavery Society.
1838: Alfred Vail and Samuel Morse make the first successful demonstration of the electric telegraph in front of the world.
1885: Bharatendu Harishchandra, one of the leading Hindi poets and writers of modern India, died.
1896: The first US women's six-day cycle race begins at Madison Square Garden.
1899: Lord Curzon was made Viceroy of India.
1907: First Montessori School and Day Care Center opened in Rome.
1912: Alfred Wegener introduced the theory of continental displacement.
1928: Charlie Chaplin's silent comedy film The Circus premieres at the Strand Theater in New York City.
1947: All India Congress Committee accepts the partition of India.
1953: Asian Socialist Conference opened in Rangoon, Burma.
1955: Sir Rowan Sebastian was born as Mr. Bean, a world-famous fan.
1967: Allahu Rakha Rahman (AR Rahman), the most eminent king of the music world, was born.
1989: Both convicts Satwant Singh and Kehar Singh of Indira Gandhi's assassination were hanged.
1991: All India Federation of Anganwadi Workers and Helpers was established in Udaipur.
2012: A suicide attack in the Syrian capital Damascus killed 26 people and injured 63.
2016: North Korea says it has successfully conducted its fourth nuclear test and it was a hydrogen bomb, a claim disputed by most international experts.
2018: Oil tanker Sanchi collides with a freezer off the coast of Shanghai, killing 32 potential people.
2020: Crawford Steel executives Sid Spiegel and Gary Stern buy Montreal Alloyt from the Football League of Canada through the holding company S&S Sportsco.

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