December 06 in History – What happened on 06 December in Past

06 December - Today in History - Important historical events happened on this day in India and World History

According to Gregory calendar, on December 06, the day number in a year is 340 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 341. December 06 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.

December 06 in History - Top Historical Events

YearEvent / Incidence / Incident
1060Béla I the Champion was crowned king of Hungary.
1060Béla I the Champion was crowned king of Hungary.
1723Emperor Carell declared the Sixth Pragmatic Constitution.
1724The premiere of Collie Sibber's play "Caesar in Egypt" began in London.
1732Warren Hastings, the first Governor General of the East India Company, was born.
1768The first edition of Encyclopaedia Britannica was published.
1768The first edition of Encyclopपीdia Britannica was published.
1774Austria became the first country to implement the state education system.
1848The Austrian Imperial Army led by Franz Schlick attacked Hungary.
1865Slavery in the United States was officially abolished when theThirteenth Amendment to the US Constitution was ratified.
1877The first time a human voice was recorded, Thomas Edison was the first to say, "Re head a little Lamb".
1897London became the first city in the world to host a licensed taxicab.
1907At least 362 miners were killed when an explosion destroyed amine in Monongah, West Virginia, leading to the establishment of the United States Bureau of Mines.
1907The first incident of dacoity related to India's freedom struggle occurred at Chingaripota railway station.
1907An explosion of a coal mine in Monongah city of the United States killed 362 workers.
1909Saratov State University was established in the Russian city.
1911Western Union introduced discounted rates for its trans-Atlantic cable service between New York and London.
1917A ship in Halifax Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada, carrying TNT and picric acid caught fire after a collision with another ship and caused the second-largest man-made accidental explosion in history.
1917The Senate of Finland officially declared independence of the country in Russia.
1921The Anglo-Irish Treaty was signed and then came into forceexactly one year later, establishing the Irish Free State, the firstindependent Irish state to be recognised by the British government.
1928On the behest of the United States, the Colombian Armyviolently suppressed a month-long strike by United Fruit Companyworkers.
1935Michael Joseph Savage became the 23rd Prime Minister of New Zealand.
1953Vladimir Nabokov completed his controversial novel Lolita, fiveyears after starting it.
1956At the Melbourne Olympics, 14-year-old swimmer Sandra Morganbecame the youngest Australian to win an Olympic gold medal.
1956Bahujan political leader and constitution builder Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar died.
1958The construction of the world's longest and most important tunnel began in Italy. Its excavation work was completed on 14 August 1964 after 6 years of hard work.
1975Four members of the Provisional Irish Republican Army took two people hostage in a house on Balcombe Street in Marylebone, London,surrendering six days later.
1978People of Spain cast a vote in favor of democracy and anticipated approving a new constitution in the referendum bringing an end to 40 years of autocratic rule.
1978The citizens of Spain voted to establish democracy after 40 years of dictatorial rule.
1982The Irish National Liberation Army exploded a time bomb inBallykelly, Northern Ireland, killing eleven British Army soldiers andsix civilians.
1983Six Israeli civilians died in a bus explosion in Jerusalem.
1987MiG-29 joined the Indian Air Force, renamed \ Baz.
1988The Australian Capital Territory was granted self-government.
1989Claiming that he was 'fighting feminism', 25-year-old MarcLépine killed fourteen women before committing suicide at École Polytechnique in Montreal.
1992The Babri Masjid in Ayodhya is attacked by a horde of Hindu fighters who then later assaulted Muslim houses and property in the area setting off two months of Hindu-Muslim uprisings that led to the death of approximately 2000 people.
1992The disputed Babri Masjid structure in Ayodhya was demolished by fierce Hindu kar sevaks. As a result, around 400 people were killed in the violence.
1994According to studies conducted, there could be around £1bn of oil lying underneath the Windsor Castle, in Berkshire. The Queen has agreed to allow oil drilling to take place in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
1998Hugo Chavez was elected President of Venezuela.
2005The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has disclosed pictures of what seems to be a new species in Borneo. The lemur-like carnivorous mammal is evidently related to mongoose and civet making it a member of the vive rid family.
2005Members of the People's Armed Police shot and killed severalpeople in Dongzhou, Guangdong, China, who were protesting governmentplans to build a new power plant.
2006Pictures revealed by NASA, prove that water has recently flowed through 2 of the gullies on Mars over the last 7 years.
2007France has started the manufacturing of the world’s second European Pressurized Reactor on the third unit of the Flamanville Nuclear Power Plant, after signing an exceptional deal with China for new nuclear power.
2008The Republic of Ireland calls back all its Irish pork products after the detection of adulterated food.
2009An HIV-positive man is blamed for trying to deliberately pass on the virus to his wife, first ever such case to be reported in New Zealand.
2011Due to the rising global economic distress, the Reserve Bank of Australia has slashes interest rates by 25 basis points to 4.25 per cent.
2012A tornado and wild weather in the city of Auckland, New Zealand has led to the deaths of three people and forced around 250 others to evacuate their homes.
2012Seven people were killed and 770 were injured during a demonstration in Egypt.
20127 people were killed and 770 were injured during Egyptian protests.



Famous Birthdays of December 06:

YearName / Profession / Country
1833John S. Mosby / Colonel / United States of America
1910David M. Potter / Author / United States of America
1872Arthur Henry Adams / Author / Australia
1896Ira Gershwin / Writer / United States of America
1930Daniel Lisulo / Politician / Zambia
1922Benjamin A. Gilman / Politician / United States of America
1955Steven Wright / Actor / United States of America
1982Sean Ervine / Cricketer / Zimbabwe
1952Charles Salvador / Boxer / United Kingdom
1992Johnny Manziel / Footballer / United States of America
1950Joe Hisaishi / Pianist / Japan
1640Claude Fleury / Author / France
1932Kamleshwar / Author / India
1953Sue Carroll / Journalist / United Kingdom
1958Nick Park / Writer / United Kingdom
1943Mike Smith / Writer / United Kingdom
1884Cornelia Meigs / Author / United States of America
1920Peter Dimmock / Producer / United Kingdom
1936Kenneth Copeland / Author / United States of America
1979Tim Cahill / Footballer / Australia
1913Karl Haas / Pianist / United States of America
1934Nick Bockwinkel / Wrestler / United States of America
1977Kevin Cash / Baseball Player / United States of America
1732Lord Warren Hasting / Statesman / India
1952David L. Spector / Academic / United States of America
1916Hugo Peretti / Writer / United States of America
1978Chris Başak / Baseball Player / United States of America
1963Ulrich Thomsen / Actor / Denmark
1986Matt Niskanen / Ice Hockey Player / United States of America
1952Shio Satō / Illustrator / Japan

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