According to Gregory calendar, on June 09, the day number in a year is 161 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 162. June 09 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 09 June in the World ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1456It was also recorded in Kashmir, the 23rd record of Perihelian of Halis Commit, and was depicted in great detail by Sanskrit poet, Srivrara. Hailey's comet is a short-term comet that can be seen with naked eyes at a interval of 75–76 years.
1534Jacques cartier became 1 European to map the banks of St. Lawrence and the banks of the St. Lawrence River. He was a French explorer who claimed what is Canada for France now.
1534The Act of Domination was implemented by England. The Act was an law that provided royal domination to the king of England, which means that Emperor / Queen was declared the highest head of the Church of England.
1716The great Sikh military commander Banda Bahadur was killed by the Mughals. Banda Bahadur is remembered for fighting the Mughal Empire, ending the zamindari system, killing Wazir Khan in Sirhind and nurturing the Khalsa Panth. On 7 December 1715, Banda Bahadur was caught from Gurdas Nangal Fort. He was killed on 9 June 1716 after 3 months imprisonment and torture.
1720Sweden and Denmark signed the third treaty of Stockholm.
1720The third Stockholm Treaty was signed between Sweden and Denmark.
1732James Olethorpe was awarded a royal charter for the provinces Georgia between Savannah and Altamaha rivers.
1732James Oglethorp was granted a royal charter for the colony of Georgia.
1752The French army surrendered to the British at Trichipoli.
1772In a case of disregard against the Navigation Acts, Americanpatriots, led by Abraham Whipl, attacked and burnt the British Scunargaini.
1772The first naval attack of the Revolutionary War took place in Providence, Rhode Island.
1790Royal consent was granted to establish the port of Milford Haven in Wales.
1807The Duke of Portland won the United Kingdom general election.
1815After Napoleon's defeat, Vienna's Congress changed the political scenario.
1815Luxembourg became independent from the French occupation.
1833Dubai gained independence from the United Kingdom.
1851SF Committee of Vigilance Forms was set up for the first time).
1856Mormon's pioneers began leaving the Iowa City, Iowa, and left the Salt Lake City, Utah, who moved to the west, where they took all their assets in two wheelers.
1862American Civil War-Confederate General Stonewell Jackson concluded its successful Shendona Valley Campaign with a Battle of Port Republic.
1863In the largest horsemen engagement in the US Home War-U. Histore, the union and confederate forces fought for a draw in the battle of Barandi station.
1873Sixteen days after its construction, Alexandra Palace was destroyed by fire in Northlandan, England.
1873Alexandra Palace in London was destroyed by fire only a fortnight after its opening.
1910Japan and Russia entered into an agreement on the division of the former region.
1923The Bulgarian armed forces overthrew the government of the Bulgarian Agrarian National Union headed by Alexander Stamboliski and replaced Alexandar Tsankov in its place.
1923Brinks reveals the first armored security van.
1928Australian Aviator Charles Kingsford Smith and his crew landed in the Southern Cross aircraft in Brisbane, completing the first ever-pacific flight for Australia from the mainland in the United States.
1930The Chicago Board of Trade Building opened.
1931The Donald Duck cartoon was first shown.
1940Norway surrendered to Germany during World War II.
1941An explosion at an arms factory in the Fort Smederovo region of Belgrade, the capital of the European country Serbia, killed 1,500 people.
1942British aircraft attacked the Italian naval base at Taranto.
1946Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world's longest rule, climbed the throne of Thailand.
1946After the assassination of King Anand Mahidol, the current emperor, the world's longest rule, Bhoomibol Advantage, climbed the throne of Thailand.
1948The International Council of International Council on the Archives was established under the aegis of UNESCO. This is an international NGO Which promotes international cooperation for archives and archives.
1954During the hearing of the Army-Makarthi investigating conflicting conflicts between the United States Army and Senator Joseph McCarthy, Army Advocate Joseph An Welch asked McCarthy, 'For a long time, have you not had a feeling of decency ?
1955England cricket team defeated South Africa team in Nottingham.
1959USS George Washington dispatched first submarine to carry ballistic missiles.
1960In China, 1600 people died due to cyclonic storm Mary.
1965Vietnam Kong began the war in the Battle of Dong XOAI with the Republic of Vietnam, which was one of the biggest battles of the Vietnam war.
1967Syrian Golan Heights were captured by Israel during the six -day war. Golan Hights is a plateau surrounded by Mount Hermann in the north, the Yarmuk River in the south, Galilee in the west and the ocean of the Hula Valley and Rakkad in the east.
1973The Secretariat won the Belmont bet at 31 length, won the US triple crown in a quarter century, and the distance of 1½ miles race and the world record bar 2:24
1975The Order of Australia was awarded for the first time.
1983The Conservative Party won a second consecutive majority in the UK general elections led by Margaret Thatcher.
1999A peace treaty was signed by the federal republic of Yugoslavia and NATO during the Kosovo war. It was a war fought between the federal republics Yugoslavia and the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) forces with the aerial support of NATO. The war lasted from 28 February 1998 to 11 June 1999.
2007US President George W. Bush called for the United Nations action on Kosovo's independence despite Russian and Serbian opposition. Kosovo is a disputed region in southeast Europe that claims freedom from Serbia.
2008The Union Territory Administration declared Chandigarh as tobacco free.
2010In Arangandab district of Kandhar district of Afghanistan, a boy carried out a suicide attack by wearing a bomb, killing at least 40 people, while 70 others were injured.
2011The world's first prosthesis was implanted in the shortest time. In this, the windpipe was replaced.
411Wealth Ethanians overthrew the democratic government of ancient Athens and replaced a short -term elite as 'The Four Hand'.
68Roman Emperor Nero committed suicide. He cut off his throat to avoid death by hanging the Senate by hanging his secretary eppromitose. Nero was the last ruler of the Julio-Claudian dynasty and was known as the infamous "Emperor who burned Rome".
922Robert -I were chosen as the king by the Republic of France. He ruled France from 922 to 923. He was the Counting of Paris before his succession on the throne, counting poets and Marquis of Orleans and Neurstta,

Important Historical Events of 09 June in India ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1949Dr. Kiran Bedi, the first woman officer to join the Indian Police Service, was born.
1964Lal Bahadur Shastri became the second Prime Minister of India.

Famous People's Birthdays on 09 June 😀

Birth YearName/Category/Country
1949Kiran Bedi / Police officer / India
1927M. Narasimham / Indian banker / India
1931Nandini Satpathy / Politician / India
1949Kiran Bedi / Activist / India
1949Kiran Bedi / Civil Servant / India
1949Kiran Bedi / Politician / India
1973Manpreet Brar / Actress / India
1976Amisha Patel / Actress / India
1977Ameesha Patel / Actress / India
1985Sonam Kapoor / Actress / India

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