October 05 in History – What happened on 05 October in Past

✅ Published on October 5th, 2020 in October in History

05 October - Today in History - Important historical events happened on this day in India and World History

According to Gregory calendar, on October 05, the day number in a year is 278 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 279. October 05 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.

October 05 in History - Top Historical Events ⚡

YearEvent / Incidence / Incident
610Heraclius was crowned Byzantine Emperor, after having personallybeheaded the previous emperor Phocas.
1676The East India Company got the right to exchange Indian currency in Mumbai from the King of England.
1750Carlo Goldoni's "Ile Tetro Comico" premiered in Venice.
1789French Revolution-Upset about the high price and scarcity ofbread, thousands of Parisian women and their various allies marched onthe royal palace at Versailles.
1796Spain declared war on England.
1805Lord Cornwallis, the second Governor General and Commander in Chief of the British Raj in India, died in Ghazipur.
1818Claudine Thévenet (known as "Mary of St. Ignatius ") founded the Roman Catholic Order Studiégius de Yesus-Marie "Religious of Jesus and Mary") in Lyon, France.
1823The medical journal The Lancet founded Thomas Wakley in London.
1842Joseph Grol produced the first Pilsner beer in Bohemia in the city of Pilsen.
1864About 50,000 people died due to the cyclone in Calcutta city.
1864A cyclone killed 70,000 people in Calcutta, India.
1875San Francisco established the Palace Hotel on Market Street.
1880Alonzo Tea Cross patented the first ball point pen.
1902Ray Crock was born to turn McDonald's into the world's most successful food operation.
1903Samuel Griffith became the first Chief Justice of Australia,while Edmund Barton and Richard O'Connor became the first PuisneJustices of the High Court of Australia.
1910Portugal founded insurgents oust a republic after the Portuguese monarchy.
1910The Portuguese Republican Party organised a coup d'etat, deposed the constitutional monarchy and implanted a republican regime in Portugal.
1910The monarchy in Portugal ended and the republic was established.
1915Bulgaria participated in the First World War.
1930The British airship R101 crashed in France en route to India onits maiden voyage, killing 48 passengers and crew.
1944Women got the franchise in France.
1948The earthquake in Turkmenistan's capital Ashqabat killed 110,000 people.
1962Dr. No, the first in the James Bond film series, was released.
1963The U.S. suspended the Commercial Import Program, its main economic support for South Vietnam, in response to oppression ofBuddhism by President Ngo Dinh Diem.
1964The second Non-Aligned Movement Summit began in Cairo, United Arab Republic.
1969Monty Python Flying Circus first aired on BBC One.
1970Members of the Front de Libération du Québec kidnappedBritish diplomat James Cross, sparking the October Crisis in Montreal.
1970The environmental organization Greenpeace was incorporated asthe Don't Make a Wave Committee in British Columbia, Canada.
1973Seven nations signed the European Patent Convention, providingan autonomous legal system according to which European patents aregranted.
1975Dirty War-The guerrilla group Montoneros carried out OperationPrimicia, a terrorist attack in which they hijacked an AerolíneasArgentinas flight, captured the Formosa International Airport, andattacked a military regiment.
1986The British newspaper The Sunday Times published a story byMordechai Vanunu, a former nuclear technician, revealing details ofIsrael's nuclear capability.
1988The Constituent Assembly of Brazil approved the constitution.
1989Meera Sahib Biwi became the first woman judge of the Indian Supreme Court.
2000Serbian engineering vehicle operator Ljubisav Ðokic rammedthe Radio Television of Serbia building with a wheel loader in a protestknown as the Bulldozer Revolution, causing Slobodan Miloševic tore sign two days later.
2001American baseball player Barry Bonds surpassed Mark McGwire'ssingle-season home run total with his milestone 71st and 72nd home runs.
2005England international football player Wayne Rooney is titled as FIFA SOS Ambassador for England, in encouragement of the official FIFA World Cup charity.
2006German experts discover 51 skeletons from a mass grave at the village of Menden-Barge in the Sauerland region of the country, which are believed to be remains of victims of Nazi massacres during World War II.
2007Marion Jones confesses using prohibited substances during her athletic career and dangers being stripped of her five Olympic medals.
2008Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari admits his government's agreement to US air strikes in Pakistan and also claims that India has never been a threat.
2009China promises to improve relations with isolated North Korea, pushing it to improve its economy.
2010The Bank of Japan reduces interest rates in Japan between 0 and 0.1%.
2011India unveils the Aakash tablet computer for just $35. The tablet was made to offer better access to the Internet and technology for poor students in rural districts
2011Two Chinese cargo ships were attacked on a stretch of theMekong River in the Golden Triangle area of Southeast Asia, and theircrew murdered.
2011Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died at the age of 56 due to pancreas cancer.
2011The world's cheapest Rs 2250 tablet PC 'Aakash' was launched in India.
2012Around 47 people throughout the United States of America are infested with fungal meningitis from contaminated medicine, with five people dying.
2014Hewlett-Packard (HP) decides to divide into two companies: HP Enterprise, concentrating on business products and services, and HP Inc., concentrating on printing and personal computing.

Famous Birthdays of October 05 😀:

YearName / Profession / Country
1938Johnny Duncan / Singer / United States of America
1987Javier Villa / Racing Car Driver / Spain
1951Karen Allen / Actress / United States of America
1983Jesse Eisenberg / Actor / United States of America
1932Michael John Rogers / Ornithologist / United Kingdom
1942Billy Scott / Writer / United States of America
1974Anousjka van Exel / Tennis Player / Netherlands
1977Hugleikur Dagsson / Author / Iceland
1966Dennis Byrd / Footballer / United States of America
1958Neil Peart / Footballer / Australia
1923Albert Guðmundsson / Politician / Iceland
1951Bob Geldof / Singer / Ireland
1952Clive Barker / Author / United Kingdom
1926Avraham Adan / General / Israel
1941Roy Book Binder / Writer / United States of America
1928Louise Fitzhugh / Author / United States of America
1950Jeff Conaway / Actor / United States of America
1713Denis Diderot / Philosopher / France
1960Careca / Footballer / Brazil
1945Geoff Leigh / Saxophonist / United Kingdom
1948Zoran Živković / Author / Serbia
1973Cédric Villani / Academic / France
1923Philip Berrigan / Activist / United States of America
1943Ben Cardin / Politician / United States of America
1975Parminder Nagra / Actress / United Kingdom
1792Joseph Crosfield / Business Man / United Kingdom
1933Doug Bailey / Politician / United States of America
1975Kate Winslet / Actress / United Kingdom
1988Maja Salvador / Actress / Philippines
1987Luigi Vitale / Footballer / Italy

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