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    According to the Gregorian calendar, May 30 is the day number 150 in a year and 151 if it is a leap year. May 30 has its own special significance in India and world history because many important events happened on this day which has been recorded forever in the pages of history. Let us know some such important events of May 30, knowing which your general knowledge will increase. The collected facts will be such as famous people born on this day, famous people who died, war treaty, independence of a country, the invention of new technology, change of power, important national and international days, etc.

Important events of 30 May in the world

Important events of 30 May in the world

Year    –      Event/Incident/Account

1431 –   Hundred Years’ War—Joan of Arc was burned at the stake in Innroine, France after being convicted of heresy in a political trial.


1536 – Jane-Seymour, a former lady-in-waiting, becomes Queen of England by marrying King Henry VIII.


1539 – The Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto discovered Florida.


1574 – Henry III becomes King of France. Henry III was a monarch of the House of Valais, who was elected Emperor of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth from 1573 to 1575 and ruled as King of France from 1574. He was the last French emperor of the Valois dynasty.


1593 – English playwright Christopher Marlowe was put to death by Ingram Fraser under mysterious circumstances.


1646 – Spain and the Netherlands sign an armistice agreement.


1783- The first daily newspaper in America was published from the Benjamin Tower in Philadelphia.


1797 – William Wilberforce marries Barbara Ann Spooner.


1814 – The War of the Sixth Coalition ended with the signing of the auspices of Paris, which deposed Napoleon and restored Louis XVI to the French throne.


1815 – The East Indiesman ship Earnstone with 372 lives was wrecked during a storm at Wainhiskrins near Cape Agulhas in present-day South Africa. 


1854- The Kansas Nebraska Act became law, nullifying the Missouri Compromise of 1820, establishing the American territories of Nebraska and Kansas, and allowing settlers in those territories to determine whether slavery was permitted within their borders. Will give


1859 –  Battle of Fatto: The Sardinian army defeats the Austrian army.

1867- Darul Uloom was founded by Muhammad Qasim Nanotwi in 1867. He was an Islamic scholar and the main person responsible for establishing the center of excellence where the true teaching of Islam is given. Darul Uloom is an Arabic word that literally means “house of knowledge”. The term generally refers to an Islamic seminary or educational institution – similar to or often similar to a madrasa or Islamic school – although a Darul Uloom often indicates a more advanced level of study.


1899 – Female Old West outlaw Pearl Hart performed one of the last roundabout robberies 30 miles (48 km) southeast of Globe, Arizona.


1910 – General Louis Botha became the first Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa.


1911 – American race car driver Ray Haroon wins the first run of the first Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.


1913- The Treaty of London was signed to deal with territorial distinctions arising from the conclusion of the First Balkan War by, among other things, an independent Albania.


1919 -The British crowned Rabindranath Tagore with the Knight title in 1915, but after the Jallianwala Bagh incident, Rabindranath Tagore refused to put forward the Knight title in 1919 to protest the terror.


1925 – Shanghai Municipal Police officers opened fire on sugar producers in the city’s International Settlement, prompting Amajore Labor and the anti-imperialist movement.


1942 – World War II: A thousand British bombers conduct a 90-minute attack on Cologne, Germany. The German city of Cologne was bombed in 262 separate air raids by the Allies during World War II. A total of 34,711 long tons of bombs were dropped on the city by the RAF.


1948 – A ditch holding the Columbia River ruptures, causing a flood that destroyed One port, Oregon, US, only five years after its construction.


1959 The Auckland Harbor Bridge, joining St Mary’s Bay in Northcote with the former North Shore city of Auckland, New Zealand, is opened.


1961 – Dominican strongman Rafael Trujillo was ambushed by a group of generals.


1962 – The 1962 FIFA World Cup begins in Chile.


1963 – Buddhist Crisis—A pro-Catholic protest against discrimination was held outside the National Assembly of South Vietnam, the first open demonstration against President Ngo Dinh Diem.


1963 – Buddhist Crisis A protest against Catholic discrimination was held outside the National Assembly of South Vietnam, the first open demonstration against President Ngon


1966 – Launch of Surveyor 1, the first American spacecraft to land on an extraterrestrial body. Surveyor 1 was the first lunar soft-lander in the unmanned Surveyor program of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA, United States). This lunar soft-lander collected data about the lunar surface that would be needed for the manned Apollo Moon landings beginning in 1969.


1967 – Chukumemeka Odumgwu Ojuku announced the establishment of a separatist state of Biafra in southeastern Nigeria, a week after the Nigerian Civil War broke out.


1971 – Mariner Program: Mariner 9 was launched to map 70% of the surface, and to study temporal changes in the atmosphere and surface of Mars. Mariner 9 was an unmanned NASA space probe that contributed greatly to the exploration of Mars and was part of the Mariner program.


1972: – Members of the Japanese Red Army march to Lod Airport Masere in Tel Aviv, Israel on behalf of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, killing more than 20 people and injuring about 80 others.


1975 – The European Space Agency was formed.


1989 – The Democracy of Democracy (replica picture), a ten-meter (33 ft) high statue made mostly of polystyrene foam and paper-mâché, was duped by student protesters in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square.


 In 1990– Peru earthquake killed 135 people.

In 1998,-  a severe earthquake in northern Afghanistan killed 5000 people.


The 1998 – 6.9 M earthquake devastated northern Afghanistan, killing at least 4,000 people, destroying more than 30 villages, and leaving 45,000 people in the areas of Takhar and Badakhshan. The Afghans became homeless in the provinces.


1999 – Space Shuttle Discovery completes first docking with the International Space Station. Space Shuttle Discovery is one of the orbiters from NASA’s Space Shuttle Program and five are built. In 27 years of service, it launched and landed 39 times, gathering more astronauts than any other spacecraft.


2005 – American student Natale Holloway disappeared during a visit to a high school graduate in Aruba and caused a media sensation in the immigrant states.


2015 – English batsman Alastair Cook became the leading run-scorer for England in Test cricket.

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