On This Day in History | Today 19 May

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What Happened On This Day in History

  • 1521: Usmani army takes over Yugoslavia’s capital Belgrade in the Balkan peninsula after the battle.
  • 1536: Anne Boleyn, the second wife of King Henry 8 of England and mother of Queen Elizabeth I, was too that after begin converted to adultery.
  • 1892: Noted playwriter and poet Oscar Wilde is realised from person after a two-year sentence. He was sentenced for the crime of Homesexiality. Homosexuality was illegal in Britain at the time.
  • 1936: British inverter Robert Watson watt built the radar and the system was first installed at a UK airport.
  • 1950: Egypt announces the closure of the Suez canal for Israeli ships.
  • 1971: Indian navy’s first submarine base, virbahu, started in Visakhapatnam.
  • 1980: Nine people died in the Helena volcano erupting in America. In the NorthWestern part of the country, darkness Occurred after his incident which occurred in the morning. Many people also want to miss the incident.
  • 2001: Apple Inc. opens its first to retail stories. One of them opened in McLean, Virginia, and the other in Glendale, California.
  • 2008: Trade resumes between India and China from Nathu la.
  • 2009: Sri Lanka announces victory in its 25-year war against the terrorist organization, depression tigers of Tamil Eelam.
  • 2015: Britain’s inflation is negative for the first time since 1960.
  • 2020: The Kala Pani-lipuekh dispute arose after the Nepal cabinet approved a new political map showing the Kala Pani, lipulekh and limpiyadhura regions as their purity territory. Kalapani is one of the major cases of the Indo Nepal border dispute as well as the lipless pass.
  • 2020: The United Kingdom unveils a new pos- Brexit tariff regime, replacing the EU external tariffs. The new text regime will continue the 10% drive on cars but will cut tariffs on various supply chain products.

On This Day in History 19 May

Borns On This Day in History

  • 1910: Nathuram Godse was born. In history, his name is recorded as the murderer of the father of National, Mahatma Gandhi.
  • 1913: Neelam sanvija Reddy was born, and become the 6th president of the country.
  • 1934: Ruskin Bond, the famous Indian writer of English, language was born.

Deaths On This Day in History

  • 1904: Jasmeet Ji Tata, the founder of the TATA Group one of the first Industrialists of India died.
  • 1979: Top Hindi lecturer Hazari passed Dwivadi died.
  • 1996: Famous Tamil actress and former Tamilnadu Chief Minister Janki Ramachandran passed away.
  • 2008: Indian playwriter and theatergoer Vijay Tendulkar passed away.

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