Saturday, February 6, 2021

History Of 6 February | On This Day In World

History Of 6 February | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 6 February are as follows: - 

➧ 1831: The Constitution came into force in Belgium.

➧ 1890: The great freedom fighter Bharat Ratna Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan was born.

➧ 1911: Former US President Ronald Regan is born. Ronald Wilson Regan was popular worldwide due to his brilliant personality and style. He was the only film actor to hold this position.

➧ 1915: The wireless message sent for the first time by a moving train was received by the railway station.

➧ 1931: Motilal Nehru, father and lawyer of the country's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, passed away.

➧ 1935: First election held in Turkey allowing women to vote.

➧ 1952: Elizabeth II takes over the throne of Great Britain. He celebrated his 50 years on the British throne in 2002.

➧ 1958: 21 people killed in an air crash in Munich. There were also seven players from Manchester United Football Club.

➧ 1959: Mrs. Anna Chandy appointed as the first woman judge of the Kerala High Court.

➧ 1971: Alan Sheppard, who reached the moon via Apollo 14, hit a golf ball from a golf club during a moon walk for two days and became the first person to play golf on the moon.

➧ 1993: US tennis player Arthur Ash died of AIDS-associated pneumonia. He was the first black player to win a Grand Slam.

➧ 2001: Ariel Sharon of the right-wing Likud party in Israel wins the election. Sharon was considered a fearless soldier and politician and played a key role as a defense minister in the 1982 Lebanon attack.

➧ 2017: Qatar Airways service took the longest commercial flight when a B777 aircraft from Doha landed in Auckland after a 16-hour and 23-minute flight.

➧ 2018: Polish President Andrzej Duda signed the controversial Holocaust law under the Nazis alleging complicity at the poles.

➧ 2018: Maldives President Abdulla Yameen declared a state of emergency arresting two judges.

➧ 2018: Elon Musk's company SpaceX launched Falcon Heavy, the world's most powerful rocket.

➧ 2019: Quadriga is unable to acquire $ 145 million worth of bitcoin assets from Canada's largest cryptocurrency exchange when its CEO died without revealing a password.

➧ 2019: According to research by RMIT University in Australia, honeybees are able to add and subtract and understand the concept of zero.

➧ 2019: Davido's 'Fall' became the longest running Nigerian pop song in American Billboard history.

➧ 2020: American astronaut Christina Koch became the longest woman to complete a continuous spacecraft by a female astronaut while landing in Kazakhstan after 328 days at the International Space Station.

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