Let us know some important events of December 8, knowing that your general knowledge will increase. On December 8 many events took place in India and the world, which are named in the pages of history(history of India and world ), and often you all must have read about many of these historical events related to the history that took place on December 8 With respect to the history of November, let us know what special events happened in the current history of the country and the world on this day. Know what happened on December 8 in Indian History( Historical Events ) and World History.
List of important historical events of December 8
|The year||Incident / incident / account|
|1863||2500 people died in a fire at the Jesuit Church in Santiago, Chili’s capital.|
|1863||2,500 people died in a fire at the Jesuit Church of La Compana, Santiago, Chile.|
|1881||More than 800 people died in a theater fire in the European country of Austria, Vienna.|
|1900||Pandit Uday Shankar, born dancer and dance director of modern dance of India, was born.|
|1914||The Falkland Water War was fought between Britain and Germany around the islands of the same name in the Atlantic Ocean.|
|1923||The Treaty of Friendship was signed between Germany and America.|
|1931||Patented coaxial cable used in telecommunications in the US.|
|1934||Weekly air mail service started between England and Australia.|
|1935||Bollywood veteran actor Dharmendra was born.|
|1941||The US and Britain declared war against Japan.|
|1943||Vera’s war ended in an Allied victory.|
|1960||Hayato Ikada began his second term as Prime Minister of Japan.|
|1967||The first submarine INS Kalwari was inducted into the Indian Navy.|
|1980||Mark David Chapman shot John Lennon outside his apartment in New York City.|
|1982||Colombian writer Gabrielle García Marquez was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.|
|1987||The leaders of the world’s two superpowers, the United States and the Soviet Union, signed the first treaty that provided for the reduction of land-based nuclear weapons stockpiles.|
|2007||The US-led coalition forces and NATO forces attacked Taliban militants in Musa Kala district, southern Afghanistan.|
|2009||The bombing in Baghdad, Iraq killed 127 people and injured 448.|
Historical events of December 8
- More than 800 people died in a fire in a theater in “1881” in the European capital of Vienna, Austria.
- The Treaty of Friendship was signed between Germany and America in “1923”.
- The United States and Great Britain declared war on Japan in “1941”.
- The XVI Olympic Games ended in “1956” in the city of Melbourne, Australia.
- The first INS Qatar submarine was included in the army in “1967”.
- The United States conducted a nuclear test in Nevada in “1976”.
- Women’s ice hockey was first introduced in “1998” in Olympic history.
- Gomutra was patented by the United States in 2002 after the traditional biological wealth, neem, turmeric and berries of India.
- The Naxalites of eastern Nepal bombed a bus in 2002, killing five people and injuring more than 30.
- Uma Bharti became the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh in “2003”.
- Pakistan covered 700 km in “2004”. He successfully tested the Shaheen-1 missile.
- The Red Cross and Red Crescent Society in “2005” accepted a red diamond-shaped crystal on the white background as an additional symbol.
December 8 Birth of famous people
- Balaji Bajirao, the famous Peshwa of the Maratha Empire, was born in “1721”.
- The famous Marathi scholar Narayan Shastri Marathe was born in “1877”.
- Uday Shankar, the dancer, dance director and ballet producer of the famous classical dance of India, was born in 1900.
- The Indian actor Dharmendra was born in “1935”.
- Indian actress Sharmila Tagore was born in “1946”.
Famous people Death on December 8
- Parmanand, the great revolutionary brother of the struggle for Indian freedom, died in 1947.
- Janakavi Ramashankar Yadav ‘Rebel’, who was popular with education at Jawaharlal Nehru University, died in ‘2015’.
Important occasions and celebrations of December 8
- South Asia Regional Organization Day
- Handicraft Week of all India (December 8-14)
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