Important events of 13 January historical events that happened history

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Posted on 13-01-2021 by Admin


Important events of 13 January historical events that happened history

What happened in the country and the world on January 13 old news, what big events had happened that left an impact on the pages of history. You will know that, on this day, we will talk more about the special people born, those who went away from the world on this day.

History does not only include events in itself, but you can learn a lot from these events as well. In this episode, you will know what happened in the country and the world on January 13, Learn the history of January 13 from here, increase your general knowledge

Some major events old news January 13

The world first public radio broadcast began in New York City on January 13, 1910.

On January 13, 1915, more than 30,000 people died due to the devastating earthquake in the city of Avejano, Italy.

The Mickey Mouse comic strip was first published on January 13, 1930.

On 13 January 1948, Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation, started a fast unto death to maintain Hindu-Muslim unity.

January 13th Historical Events America conducted nuclear test

On January 13, 1966, the US conducted a nuclear test in Nawada. On January 13, 1978, NASA selected the first American female astronaut. On 13 January 1995, Belarus became the 24th member country of NATO.

Celebrity Scientists birthday  13 January 1911

On 13 January 1911, Hindi poet Shamsher Bahadur Singh was born.

Famous Indian santoor player Shivkumar Sharma was born on 13 January 1938.

Rakesh Sharma, the first Indian wing commander to go into space, was born on January 13, 1949.

Famous film producer and director Shakti Samanta was born on January 13, 1926.

On January 13, 1919, former Uttar Pradesh Governor Marri Chenna Reddy was born.

1559- Elizabeth (I) became the Empress of England.

1607- After the declaration of national bankruptcy in Spain, Bank of Geneva collapsed.

1709- Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar defeated his third brother Kam Bakhsh in Hyderabad.

1818- Rana of Udaipur signed an agreement with the British Army to protect the province of Mewar.

1559- Elizabeth (I) became the Empress of England.

1607- After the declaration of national bankruptcy in Spain, Bank of Geneva collapsed.

1709- Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar defeated his third brother Kam Bakhsh in Hyderabad.

1818- Rana of Udaipur signed an agreement with the British Army to protect the province of Mewar

2007: The 37th session of the United Nations to remove discrimination against women was held in New York.

2006: Britain denies military attack on Iran over nuclear program.

1999: Nursultan Nazarbayev was re-elected President of Kazakhstan.

1993: The US and its allies announced a no fly zone in southern Iraq and also carried out airstrikes on Iraq.

 

1988: Chinese President Ching Chiang Kumo dies.

1976: Death of the famous tabla player of India Ahmed Jan Thirkwa.

1948: Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi started fast unto death in Kolkata to maintain Hindu-Muslim unity.

1938: Birth of Pandit Shivkumar, a noted santoor player.

1926: Birth of famous film producer and director Shakti Samanta.

1910: The world s first public radio broadcast began in New York. The broadcast could also be heard on a ship 20 km away in the sea.

1849: The Battle of Chillianwala started during the Second British-Sikh War.

1709: Mughal ruler Bahadur Shah I defeated his brother Kambakhsh in Hyderabad.

 

2009 - Former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Farrukh Abdullah was made the President of the National Conference.

2010 - Germany s economy declined by 5% during 2009 due to international financial crisis. This is the biggest decline since World War II.

 


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