July 04 in History – What happened on 04 July in Past

✅ Published on July 4th, 2019 in July in History

04 July - Today in History - Important historical events happened on this day in India and World History

According to Gregory calendar, on July 04, the day number in a year is 185 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 186. July 04 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.

July 04 in History - Top Historical Events ⚡

YearEvent / Incidence / Incident
414Aelia Pulcheria proclaimed herself regent over her brotherTheodosius II and made herself Augusta and Empress of the Eastern RomanEmpire.
1054The supernova SN 1054 was seen by the Arab, Chinese song dynasty and might be Amerindian observers close to the star Zeta Tauri. For many months it remained adequate bright to be seen during the day. Its leftover formed the Crab Nebula.
1054Chinese astronomers recorded the sudden appearance of a 'guest star', which was in actuality the supernova that created the Crab Nebula .
1610Polish–Muscovite War: The out numbered forces of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth defeated the Tsardom of Russia at the Battle of Klushino.
1634The city of Trois Rivieres was founded in New France (present day Canada). Trois Rivieres is a city of the Mauricie administrative area of Quebec, Canada. It is located at the merging point of the Saint Lawrence Saint and Maurice Rivers, on the north edge of the Saint Lawrence River opposite to the city of Becancour.
1776The Second Continental Congress adopted The United States Declaration of Independence. This declared that the thirteen American colonies at war with Great Britain, consider themselves as thirteen newly independent autonomous states, parting from the British Empire. Rather they formed a new nation called the United States of America.
1776In Philadelphia, the Continental Congress adopted theDeclaration of Independence, announcing that the thirteen Americancolonies were no longer a part of the British Empire.
1776Representatives of 13 states of America signed the Declaration of Independence of this country in the city of Philadelphia. That is why this day is known as the independence of America.
1776Declaration of American Independence.
1782William Patty became Prime Minister of Great Britain after the death of Charles Watson-Wentworth.
1789The East India Company entered into a treaty with the Peshwa and the Nizam against Tipu Sultan.
1817Chief engineer James Gadeus began construction on the Erie Canal, Rome, New York), one of the first major engineering works in North America.
1819William Herschel observed the last telescope of the 1819 comet.
1827New York State abolished the slavery. Slavery was a legal or economic system under which people were treated as private assets. Slaves may be bought and sold. Slaves can be held from the time of their capture, purchase or birth. The slaves were deprived of the rights such as to leave, to refuse to work or to demand compensation.
1828Lord William Bentinck Calcutta now Kolkata) came to India in place of King George IV of the United Kingdom to begin his administration as the new Governor-General.
1829The first bus service in London was started by George Shilbier.
1848A French poet named François Shatobreyan died. Those who have done commendable service of French literature.
1855The first edition of Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass was published, and it went on to become one of the most important collections of American poetry.
1855Walt Whitman's poetry collection Leaves of Grass was published in Brooklyn.
1862In a rowing boat on the River Thames from Oxford to Godstow,author Lewis Carroll told Alice Liddell and her sisters a story thatwould eventually form the basis for his book Alice's Adventures inWonderland.
1865The famous English novel Alice in Wonderland was published.
1872The Society of Jesus was outlawed in the German Empire.
1879Anglo-Zulu War; This war effectively ended with the British victory in the Battle of Ulundi.
1882Telegraph Hill Observatory opened in San Francisco.
1883The world's first rodeo pecs were held in Texas.
1886Canada's first intercontinental train reached Port Moody, British Columbia.
1887The founder of Pakistan, Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah joined Sindh-Madrasa-tul-Islam in Karachi. Sindh Madressatul Islam University is a university in Karachi in the Sindh province of Pakistan. It is a public university situated in the commercial centre of activity of Karachi.
1900Williams nominates Bryan as Democratic Party presidential candidate in USA.
1901William Howard Taft became Governor-General of the Philippines.
1903Dorothy Levitt was became the first English woman to take part in a 'motor race'. Dorothy Elizabeth Levitt was the first British woman to become a racing driver. The world's first Water Speed Record and the Women's World Land Speed Record were held by her. She was also an author. She was a leader of female independence and female motoring. She taught Queen Alexandra and the Royal Princesses to drive.
1914The war of Bardun ended.
1918Ottoman sultan Mehmed VI succeeded to throne. Mehmed VI was the 36th and last Sultan of the Ottoman Empire. His reign started from 1918 to 1922. He was the brother of Mehmed V. He advanced to the throne as the eldest male member of the House of Osman after the suicide of Abdülaziz's son Yusuf Izzettin Efendi in 1916 who was the heir to the throne.
1928Eleftherios Venizelos was elected as the Prime Minister of Greece for the fifth time.
1941German AB-Aktion operation in Poland: After capturing Lwów, the Nazis executed approximately 45 professors of the University of Lwów.
1943The aircraft carrying Wladyslaw Sikorski, Prime Minister ofthe Polish government-in-exile, crashed, killing him and fifteen others,leading to several conspiracy theories.
1945The Brazilian cruiser Bahia was accidentally sunk by one ofits own crewmen, killing more than 300 and stranding the survivors inshark-infested waters.
1946Islands Philippine gained independence from America.
1946Ankara University was established in Turkey.
1947The Indian independence bill was proposed before the British Parliament. Under which the country was divided into India and Pakistan.
1950The United States' anti-communist propaganda source Radio FreeEurope made its first broadcast aimed at Czechoslovakia.
1951William Shockley announced the invention of the junctiontransistor, for which he, John Bardeen, and Walter Houser Brattain wonthe 1956 Nobel Prize in Physics.
1965The first Annual Reminder, a series of early pickets organizedby homophile organizations, one of the earliest LGBT demonstrations inthe United States, took place at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
1976Israel Defense Forces raided Uganda's Entebbe InternationalAirport to free hostages taken by hijackers on Air France Flight 139.
1996Russian President Boris Yeltsin was re-elected President for four years.
1997NASA's Pathfinder space probe landed on the surface of Mars. Mars Pathfinder was an American spacecraft that landed on a base station with a mobile probe on planet Mars in 1997. It comprised a lander which was renamed as the Carl Sagan Memorial Station and a lightweight wheeled robotic Mars rover which was named as Sojourner.
1997The American vehicle 'Sozner' reached Mars.
1998Japan launched the Nozomi probe to Mars and joined the United States and Russia as a space exploring nation. Nozomi was planned as a Mars orbiting atmospheric probe. But it failed to achieve Mars orbit due to electrical failures. Operation was ended on 31 December 2003.
1998A British powerboat 'The Only and Wireless Adventure' broke the record for the fastest world tour by completing the journey in 74 days, 20 hours and 38 minutes.
200344 killed in an attack on a Shia mosque in Pakistan.
2005The NASA space probe Deep Impact impacted the nucleus of thecomet Tempel 1, excavating debris from its interior so that itscomposition could be studied.
2005In Australia, a new species of dolphin snubfins was discovered.
2012The discovery of particles concordant with the Higgs boson at the Large Hadron Collider was declared at CERN. The Higgs boson particle is a basic particle in the Standard Model of particle physics. Observation of the particle allows scientists to dig into the Higgs field, a key field of extreme importance to particle physics theory.



Famous Birthdays of July 04 😀:

YearName / Profession / Country
1983Amol Rajan / Journalist / United Kingdom
1968Jack Frost / Writer / United States of America
1952Álvaro Uribe / Politician / Colombia
1951Vladimir Tismăneanu / Scientist / United States of America
1920Leona Helmsley / Business Woman / United States of America
1898Gertrude Lawrence / Singer / Britain
1967Andy Walker / Journalist / United Kingdom
1987Wude Ayalew / Runner / Ethiopia
1964Edi Rama / Politician / Albania
1804Nathaniel Hawthorne / Writer / United States of America
1972William Goldsmith / Drummer / United States of America
1934Yvonne B. Miller / Politician / United States of America
1982Vladimir Gusev / Cyclist / Russia
1921Philip Rose / Actor / United States of America
1984Jin Akanishi / Singer / Japan
1934Colin Welland / Actor / United Kingdom
1979Siim Kabrits / Politician / Estonia
1918Eppie Lederer / Journalist / United States of America
1942Peter Rowan / Writer / United States of America
1973Jan Magnussen / Racing Car Driver / Denmark
1881Ulysses S. Grant III / General / United States of America
1956Laxmikant Parsekar / Politician / India
1937Thomas Nagel / Philosopher / United States of America
1923Rudolf Friedrich / Politician / Switzerland
1330Ashikaga Yoshiakira / Shogun / Japan
1904Angela Baddeley / Actress / United Kingdom
1963William Ramallo / Footballer / Bolivia
1977Zoe Naylor / Journalist / Australia
1898Pilar Barbosa / Activist / United States of America
1989Benjamin Büchel / Footballer / United Kingdom

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