History of March 11 in India and in the world – March 11 in History
According to the Gregorian calendar, March 11 is the day number 70 in a year and 71 if it is a leap year. March 11 has its own special significance in India and world history, because many important events happened on this day which have been recorded forever in the pages of history. Let us know some such important events of March 11, knowing which your general knowledge will increase. The collected facts will be such as: famous people born on this day, famous people’s death, war treaty, independence of a country, invention of new technology, change of power, important national and international days etc.
Important events of March 11 in the world
1669 Etna volcano eruption in Italy killed 15,000 people.
1702 The first English daily newspaper “Daily Current” was started.
1779 The US Army established the Corps of Engineers for the first time.
1810 Napoleon marries Marie-Louise of Austria.
1823 Concord Academy, Concord, VT, the first normal school opened in the United States.
1843 Eta Carina flares up to become the second brightest star in the night sky.
1848 Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine and Robert Baldwin become the first prime ministers of the Canadian province to have elected a system of democratically responsible government.
1851 Italian Romantic composer Giuseppe Verdi’s opera Rigoletto was first performed at La Fenice in Venice.
1864 The Dale Dyke Dam in Sheffield, England, failed due to a crack and the resulting flood killed 238 people and damaged more than 600 homes.
1879 Shao Tai, the last king of the Ryukyu Kingdom, was annexed by the redundant State of Japan and became Okinawa Prefecture.
1888 The Great Blizzard of 1888 invaded the northeastern United States, producing snowdrifts over 50 feet (15 m) and confining people to their homes for a week.
1895 The Spanish ship Reina Regenta sank in Gibraltar, killing 400 passengers.
1912 The Miners Federation of Great Britain initiated the meeting with the Prime Minister.
1931 David Samánez Ocampo becomes President of Peru.
1941 World War II—The Lend-Lease Act was signed into law, allowing the United States, the United Kingdom, the Soviet Union, China, France, and other Allies to supply vast quantities of munitions.
1945 Burma defends the British’s 36th Division Mamate.
1945 World War II – The Empire of Japan establishes the Kingdom of Vietnam, a short-lived puppet state, with B. O. as its ruler.
1946 Ruscholf Höss, the first commandant of the Auschwitz concentration camp, was captured by British troops.
1955 Sir Alexander Fleming was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine by 73 Scottish scientists.
1966 Indonesian President Sukarno was forced to sign the Presidential Order Supersemer, giving Suharto the authority to take whatever measures were necessary to restore order during the Indonesian killings.
1978 Terrorist attack in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv killed 45 people.
1978 Vietnam is a short-lived puppet state with B-O? I as its ruler.
1978 After hijacking a bus north of Tel Aviv, Fatah, a member of the Palestine Liberation Organization, opened fire with Israeli police, resulting in the deaths of 38 civilians and most of the criminals.
1985 Mikhail Gorbachev, the first and last President of the Soviet Union, became the Supreme Leader of the Soviet Union.
1985 Mohamed Al-Fayed bought Harrods, a London-based department store company.
1986 1 million days have passed since the traditional foundation of Rome.
1990 Maggie won the LPGA Golf International Championship in the Desert.
1991 Amateur wrestler, John Smith won the wrestling championship and was awarded the ‘James E Sullivan Award’.
1993 Kurt Browning won the men’s figure skating championship held in Prague.
1993 Janet Reno was confirmed by the US Senate as the first female Attorney General of the United States.
Mark Waugh scored 110 against New Zealand in the 1996 World Cup to score his third century.
1997 San Francisco legend J.T. Ice suffers from a fractured eye socket. His eye socket was broken when he hit the pitch.
1998 Danish parliamentary election 1998: Prime Minister Pul Nyurup Rasmussen is re-elected.
In 2004, a series of bombings on the rail network in the Spanish capital Madrid killed 191 people.
A series of simultaneous bombings on the 2004 Cercaní commuter trained 191 people and injured more than 1,800 people in Madrid (the monument).
2006 Michelle Bachelet was inaugurated as the first female President of Chile.
2007 Georgian authorities accused Russia of carrying out a helicopter attack in the Kodori Valley of the breakaway region of Abkhazia.
2008: 26 people were killed in two suicide bombings in Lahore, Pakistan.
2009 A teenage gunman engages in a shooting spree in a secondary area in Winnenden, Germany, killing sixteen people, including him.
The 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami killed thousands and caused the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster.
After the 2011 earthquake, Japan’s Fukushima I Nuclear Plant suffered a radiation leak, evacuating thousands of nearby residents.
2011 A massive earthquake struck the northeastern coast of Japan (tsunami damage pictured) and a nuclear disaster triggered at the Fukushima I nuclear power plant.
Kosma Horka has been heavily damaged due to the 2012 fire. This is a historic Slovakian castle.
In 2013 it was threatened that Shanghai’s drinking supply could be contaminated as 900 pigs rotted in the Huangpu River in China.
2014 For the treatment of migraine headaches, the US Food and Drug Administration approves an electric nerve stimulator.
222 Frustrated by the Roman emperor Algabalus’s disregard for Roman traditions and sexual taboos, the Praetorians murdered him and his mother, Julia Soemias, mutilated their bodies and threw them into the Tiber River.
Famous people born on March 11
1938 Joseph Brooks / Male / Director / United States
1942 Amarinder Singh / Male / Politician / India