According to Gregory calendar, on March 01, the day number in a year is 61 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 62. March 01 has a special significance in India and world history, because many such incidents have occurred on this day which have been recorded forever in the pages of history. Let's know some such important events which will increase your general knowledge. The facts collected will be as follows: People born on this day, demise of famous people, war treaty, freedom of any country, invention of new technologies, change of power, important National and International Day etc.

Important Historical Events of 01 March in the World ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1476War of the Castilian Succession-Although the Battle of Toro Was militarily inconclusive, it assured Ferdinand and Isabella the throne of Castile, forming the basis for modern Spain.
1565Rio de Janeiro was founded by the Portuguese as São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro.
1633Samuel de Champlain reclaimed his role as commander of NewFrance on behalf of Cardinal Richelieu.
1640Britain got permission to open trade center in Madras.
1692Sarah Good, Sarah Osborne and Tituba were brought before local magistrates in Salem Village, Massachusetts, beginning the Salem witch trials.
1711Spectator's "" publication began in London.
1763Charles Townshend became Chairman of the Board of Trade in the British Government.
1780Pennsylvania became the first American state to be enslaved.
1781The Articles of Confederation, the first governing constitutionof the United States, was ratified, legally uniting what were originallyseveral independent states into a new sovereign federation.
1781The Continental Congress adopted the Articles of Confederation.
1785Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of Agreement was organized.
1790The first authorized census of the United States took place; It was held later that year.
1792Francis II took over as the last emperor of the Holy Roman Emperor.
1803Ohio was accepted as the 17th state of the United States.
1811Muhammad Ali Pasha, Wali of the Ottoman province of Egypt, killed the leaders of the Mamluk Sultanate to seize power,founding a dynasty that would last until 1952.
1840Adolphe Thiers became Prime Minister of France.
1847The death penalty was formally abolished in the state of Michigan.
1851Victor Hugo used the United States of Europe in a speech at the French National Assembly.
1872Yellowstone National Park, located primarily in the U.S. stateof Wyoming, the first national park in the world, was established.
1872Yellowstone became the first national park in the world.
1886The Anglo-Chinese school in Singapore was founded by Bishop William Oldham.
1896Ethiopia defeated Italy at the Battle of Adwa, ending the First Italo-Ethiopian War.
1896French physicist Henri Becquerel discovered the principle of radioactive decay when he exposed photographic plates to uranium.
1896An experiment by scientist Honory Becquerel revealed what radioactivity is, for the first time.
1908Tata Iron and Steel Company was established in Jamshedpur.
1914The Republic of China joined the Universal Postal Union.
1936Hoover Dam, on the Colorado River along the Arizona–Nevada border, was completed and turned over to the Federal government of the United States.
1944World War II-American and Australian troops won the Battle of Sio in New Guinea.
1947The International Monetary Fund began its financial operations.
1950In a trial lasting less than 90 minutes, German–British physicist Klaus Fuchs was convicted of violating the Official SecretsAct for supplying information from the Manhattan Project to the SovietUnion.
1951Nitish Kumar, born 10 years out of Bihar's socialist movement, was born.
1954Four Puerto Rican nationalists shot 30 rounds from semi-automatic pistols during an open session of the United States House of Representatives, injuring five people.
1954The United States exploded the largest explosion by any human in the Bikini Islands of the Marshall Islands in the Pacific. It is believed that the hydrogen bomb was a thousand times more powerful than the atomic bomb that destroyed Hiroshima.
1956The NATO phonetic alphabet, today the most widely used spelling alphabet, was first implemented by the International Civil Aviation Organization.
1957Yu Nu became Prime Minister of Atomic Burma.
1962American Airlines Flight 1 crashed shortly after takeoff from New York International (Idlewild) Airport, killing all 95 people aboard.
1967Queen Elizabeth Hall opened in London.
1969First Rajdhani train started between New Delhi-Kolkata.
1979Philips publicly demonstrated a prototype of an optical digital audio disc at a press conference in Eindhoven, Netherlands.
1980Commonwealth Trade Union Council, CTUC has been established.
1980Hilbert van der Duim has become world champion and became the all-round skater.
1981LPGA Olympic Gold Golf Classic won by Sally Little.
1982Venera 14, the Russian spacecraft lands on Venus. It has sent back the data.
1983Mary Kom, who made the country proud by winning medals in the Olympic and Commonwealth Games, was born.
199016 people were killed in a fire at the Sheraton Hotel in Cairo, Egypt.
1995The new president of Uruguay, Julio Maria Sanguinetti has sworn in.
1995Ukraine premier Vitaly Massol, the premier of Ukraine has resigned.
1995First Yahoo! Search interface was established.
1997Mandy Patinkin in Concert,' has been opened at Lyceum Theater, New York City.
2000Mubarak Al Shamikh appointed as the new Prime Minister of Libya in place of Mohammed Ahmed Al Gayoom.
2004Mohammad Bahr al-Uloom became the President of Iraq.
2004The President of Russia appointed Mikhail Fradkov as Prime Minister. As Haiti's President Bartara Esistade left the country and fled to South Africa.
2007Amulya Nath Sharma became the first bishop of Nepal.
2008ICICI Bank Ltd., the country's largest commercial bank in the private sector, opened its branch in New York.
201210.7 percent, the highest unemployment level has been experienced by the Euro Zone that has never happened in its history.
2013The U.S. Treasury Department released a report in June 2012 that Japan exceeded China and became the leading foreign holder of U.S. Treasury securities.
2013The clash between the Malaysian government and the rebels left 14 dead.
2014A group of terrorists attacked and stabbed 29 people to death at a Kunming railway station in China. The UK received permission to open a trade center in Madras.
750Romulus, the legendary co-founder of Rome, held the firstRoman triumph to celebrate a military victory following the Rape of theSabine Women.

Important Historical Events of 01 March in India ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1854The British East India Company added Jhasi state of India to their kingdom under the doctrine of Langha.
1901The Census of India was the fourth and first reliable census of the British Raj.
2005The Supreme Court of India in its historic verdict ruled out the death penalty for those who committed crimes before age of 18 and it called its unconstitutional.

Important Days of 01 March National & International Days 🏁

World Seagrass DayInternational Day
Zero Discrimination Day [UNAIDS]International Day
National Nutrition Month (1 to 31 Mar)National Day
World Civil Defense DayInternational Day
Zero Discrimination DayNational Day
Bosnia and Herzegovina Independence DayNational Day
South Korea 1st March Movement (Samiljeol)National Day

Famous People's Birthdays on 01 March 😀

Birth YearName/Category/Country
1983Mary Kom / Player / India
1903Paresh Chandra Bhattacharya / Civil Servant / India
1919Prithvi Nath Dhar / Economist / India
1930R. P. Goenka / Industrialist / India
1942Ramesh Upadhyay / Writer / India
1944Buddhadev Bhattacharya / Politician / India
1951Nitish Kumar / Politician / India
1965Archana Joglekar / Actress / India
1983M C Mary Kom / Boxer / India
1983Mary Kom / Boxer / India
1990Crystal D"Souza / Actress / India

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