7 April History | Today in history English

7 April History | Today in history English

7 April History | Today in history English

Friends, today we know about the critical events of April 7, as well as know about births and deaths on April 7,

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Born 7 April

1 – British professor of English philosopher, White Professor Thomas Hill Green at Oxford University was born in 1836.

2 – Eminent Urdu poet Kashmiri Lal Zakir, honored with Padmashree, was born in 1919.

3 – Famous sitar player Pandit Ravi Shankar was born in 1920.

4 – Cuban musician (Watermelon Man) Mango Santamaria was born in 1922.

5 – Actor Jitendra was born in 1942.

7 April History | Today in history English

Those people who died today

1 – Famous poet Janaki Vallabh Shastri passed away in 2011.

2 – 2014 Famous cinematographer V.K. of Hindi films Statue dies

3 – American actor Geoffrey Lewis dies in 2015.

7 April History | Today in history English

Historical events of April 7

1 – British chemist John Walker started selling matchboxes in 1827.

2 – Founded in 1919 of the Bavarian Soviet Republic.

3 – Revolutionary leader, Sanait Sen, became the first president of the Chinese Republic in 1921.

4 – Italy captured Albania during World War II in 1939.

5 – Booker T. Washington became the first black American to appear on US postage in 1940.

6 – Syria got independence from France in 1946.

7 – The United Nations Health Affairs Agency was established in 1948 by the World Health Organization. Hence the day is celebrated as “World Health Day.”

8 – Internet-born in 1969 as a US Army project.

9 – US President Jimmy Carter banned the development and production of controversial neutron bombs in 1978.

10 – The United States conducted a nuclear test in the Nevada Testing Center in 1988.

11 – President of Rwanda Juvenal Heavy Irmana and Burundi President Syrian Nityamita passed away at the Kigali Airport in 1994 in a rocket attack.

7 April History | Today in history English

World Health Organization’s announcement to celebrate World Health Day as “Women’s Medical Day” from 1998.

13 – In Delhi, Delhi Police had exposed the cricket match-fixing and betting racket of crores rupees in 2000.

14 – The beginning of the publication of ‘Your Honor,’ the world’s smallest newspaper from Brazil to 2000.

15 – The US Army took control of Iraq’s capital Baghdad in 2003.

16 – ULFA, a militant organization organized in Assam, celebrated its 30th raising day in 2008. The two-day India-Africa Summit begins in New Delhi.

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