8 May History | Today in history English

8 May History | Today in history English

8 May History | Today in history English

Friends, today we know about the critical events of May 8, as well as know about births and deaths on May 8,

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Born 8 May

1 – The first Nobel Peace Prize person, John Henry Deanant, was born in 1828 to serve human services.

2 – Gobobandhu Chaudhary, a famous revolutionary and Gandhian worker of Orissa, was born in 1895.

3 – The famous spiritual thinker of India and the world famous scholar Swami Chinmayananda of Vedanta philosophy was born in 1916.

4 – Famous historian Tapan Roy Chaudhari was born in 1926.

5 – India’s famous Thumri singer Girija Devi was born in 1929.

8 May History | Today in history English

Those people who died today

1 – Nawab Meher Qasim of Bengal died in 1777.

2 – One of the famous Chapekar captives in Indian history, Sudesh Chapekar passed away in 1899.

3 – India’s freedom fighter Amir Chand died in 1915.

4 – Balamukund, a brother of revolutionaries fighting for India’s independence, died in 1915.

5 – In the year 1982, the famous Marathi literary writer, Atmaram Rawaji Deshpande passed away.

6 – India’s famed historian Deviprasad Chattopadhyay passed away in 1993.

7 – India’s famous Dhrupad singer Zia Fariduddin Dagar passed away in 2013.

8 May History | Today in history English

Historical events of May 8

1 – Hernando De Soto discovered the Mississippi River in 1541.

2 – In place of Mascova, Sankt Peterburg (Saint Petersburg) was made the capital of Russia in 1713.

3 – French Scientific and Modern Chemistry paternalist Anteuwan Lavuazia was awarded death sentence in 1794 for the charge of corruption.

4 – The first Nobel Peace Prize for human service was found in 1828 by Jean-Henri Deinent.

5 – 50 people died due to a fire in 1842 in the train going from Warsaw to Paris.

6 – Robert W. Roberts Thompson patented in 1847.

7 – Alabama dispute ended in agreement with Britain and the United States in 1871.

8 – The production of cold-drink Coca-Cola, produced by Doctor John Pemberton, began in 1886.

9 – Gobobandhu Chaudhary, famous revolutionary and Gandhian worker of Orissa in 1895.

10 – The first match of the Italian Football League was played in 1898.

8 May History | Today in history English

11 – The Australian Labor Party was established in 1901.

12 – The world’s first Jeplin aircraft ‘Lebody’ filled its first flight 1903, of 37 kilometers.

13 – Sweden ended the hanging sentence in 1921.

14 – Mahatma Gandhi kept 21 days fast in 1933 against 21 British rule.

15 – Germany surrendered in 1945 to Allied forces

16 – The Central Government included Chandannagar in the state of West Bengal in 1954.

17 – Founded in 1962 by Rabindra Bharti University

18 – The Indian Red Cross Society celebrated the centenary celebrations in 1963.

19 – The World Health Organization has eliminated the smallpox in 1980.

20 – The World Health Organization announced the abolition of smallpox in 1980.

8 May History | Today in history English

21 – France performed nuclear tests in 1984 on the island.

22 – Only 12 weeks before the Olympic Games, starting in Los Angeles, the Soviets announced in 1984 that they would boycott these games.

23 – China’s Sadan Airlines Flight 3456 crashed in 1997, in which 35 people were killed.

24 – Attack by the NATO missiles on the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade, in 1999.

25 – Lord Swarajpal, 69, of Indian origin, appointed Vice Chancellor of Britain’s fourth largest university, British University in 2000.

26 – America also out of the International Drug Control Board in 2001.

27 – The New Zealand team returned home in 2002 after the cancellation of Pakistan tour

28 – Sri Lankan Muralitharan took 521 wickets to record the record for most Test wickets in 2004.

29 – United States agreed to give Pakistan the latest conventional weapon system in 2006.

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