According to Gregory calendar, on August 07, the day number in a year is 220 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 221. August 07 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 07 August in the World ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1304Italian poet and writer Francisco Petark was born. He gained much fame from the lions of the plain words.
1461Ming Chinese General Cao Qinn made a unsuccessful coup against Tianshun Emperor.
1576Danish astronomer Tyco Brahma's observatory was laid on the island of Heaven, the foundation stone of Uriniburg.
1606Shakespeare's play Macbeth was staged for King James I for the first time.
1668Renowned Newton earned a master's degree from Trinity College Cambridge.
1679A brigentine, Le Griffon, Upper Great Lakes built by Rain-Robert de la Sail became the first sailing ship to navigate.
1710Godolphin Earl of Sydney resigned as the first Finance Minister.
1782A horse riding statue of Bronze Horsman, a horse, was unveiled as one of the symbols of St. Petersburg, Russia.
1782Bronze cavalry, a horse riding statue of Peter The Greatthat, serves as one of the symbols of St. Petersburg, Russia.
1789Established the United States War Department.
1814After his existence was approved in Russia, Pope Pius VII ordered the worldwide bullion solitecto trade to establish the Society of Isis (Jesuits).
1888Philadelphia Theophilus built a revolving van door.
1909Nine days after leaving the city of New York, with three friends, Alice Huilemasi, U.S. in San Francisco. I arrived to become the first person to drive a vehicle.
1933The estimated 3,000 asserves were killed by the Iraqi soldiers in Dahuk and Mosul districts while carrying out the Shimla massacre.
1935Flying ants were interrupting London, England, even a tennis tournament. A large amount of harmful insects were attacking the panties and gathering at every door. Officials say this was the most devastating attack of epidemic in 25 years.
1936The Battle of Almendrelajo and the Battle of Siguenza began.
1938To begin the construction of Holocost-Caid Mauthausen-Gusen (entry picture) from the Dachau concentration camp, forming the largest labor camp complexes in German-occupied Europe.
1938Inmates from the Dachau concentration camp were sent to the start of Mauthausen, which would later be part of one of the most difficult labor camp complexes in German-Quiz Europe.
1941Soviet Navy twin-engine bombers attacked Berlin.
1942World War II-U.S. Marine launched the first American of the Guelkal Campaign with Landing on Guradalcanal and Tulagi in Solomon Island.
1943The Second Battle of Smolensk began on the Eastern Front.
1944IBM first presented the program-controlled calculator to the Horved University, after which it came to be known as Mark I (Figure).
1944The first electronic calculator, 51 feet in length, 8 feet in height and weighing five tons, was built.
1946Britain approved for the first time a picture of a black on the coin.
1959Explorer 6 was sent to class to catch the Earth's first satellite photographs by the unmanned American spacecraft. Later in September, NASA released photographs to the World Press. It was Mexico that captured 6, as it went to the west on Earth at a speed of 20,000 mph.
1959Explorer 6 first broadcast a picture of Earth from space.
1970Jonathan Jackson kidnapped Jackson, Judge of California's superior court, Jackson's brother George from jail.
1970The first computer chase tournament was held.
1978Two years after the discovery of toxic waste, which was disposed off, US President Jimmy Carter announced a federal level emergency in the Niagara Falls, New York's Love Canal neighborhood.
1985Tolcent de 'Arie, Essex, in England, a local magistrate and the family was murdered, described by The Times as' a classicwodunit'.
1991Former Prime Minister of Iran Shapore Bakhtiar was assassinated.
1994The first telephone service between Israel and Jordan started.
1995Interactive television is this year's fashionable technology. It allows people to give grocery items, do banking, or leaving their place. Some test sites have been developed, but interactive television is not expected to be made public soon.
1996The possibility of the existence of one-celled organisms on Mars was discovered by the remains of a meteorite that fell on Earth 13 thousand years ago by American scientists.
1998The Islamic terrorist organizations are accused of bombing two United States embassies in Al-Qaeda, Nairobi, Kenya and Dar S Salaam, Tanzania, where at least 200 people died and injured over 5,000. US President Bill Clinton has given a statement, 'We will use all the means at our disposal to bring those responsible for justice.
1998The car bomb blasts in American embassies together took place in East African capital Dar S Salaam, Tanzania and Nairobi, Kenya, killing more than 200 people and injuring more than 4,500 people.
1999The Chechnya -based Islamic Militian Group Islamic International Internationalslagade invaded the separatist movement of the neighboring Russian Republic of Dagagan.
2006In the Bichol region of the Philippines, Meyon moves thousands away from the volcano, as local volcanoes forecast a closer explosion.
2007Pakistan's army attacks a terrorist base in the Degan region near Meeran Shah in North Waziristan.
2008The National Olympic Committee officially declares Durban, South Africa as the host city of the 123rd IOC season.
2008Georgia began a large-scale military invasion against these Paratist region of South Oseshia, with the six-day Russo-Jorgian war began.
2009A mosque and bombs were dropped on a mosque and pilgrims in Sririkhan village near Mosul, killing about 36 people of Iraq's largest Muslim community, because it was one of its biggest feasts, one of its biggest feasts, to celebrate the birth of Muhammad al-Mahdi. It collects.
2011The world's longest guided route so far, Cambridge is busy, finally opens after being postponed for years.
2012Three gunmen attacked and killed 19 people at a church in Oaken, Nigeria.
2013A missile has been launched by the Syrian army on the southern Damascus region of Yarmuk, mainly occupied by Palestinian refugees.

Important Historical Events of 07 August in India ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1941Nobel Laureate poet and writer Rabindranath Tagore died. He wrote the national anthem of India.
1985Geet Sethi became the third Indian to win the World Amateur Billiards Championship.

Important Days of 07 August National & International Days 🏁

Day/ObservanceLevel
Rabindranath Tagore Memorial DayNational Day
National Handloom DayNational Day
National Javelin Throw DayNational Day
Ivory Coast Independence DayNational Day

Famous People's Birthdays on 07 August 😀

Birth YearName/Category/Country
1925M. S. Swaminathan / Academic / India
1925Thirumalraya Swaminathan / ICS / India
1988Anisa Mohammed / Cricketer / India
1996Aditya Joshi / Badminton Player / India

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