March 09 in History – What happened on 09 March in Past

09 March - Today in History - Important historical events happened on this day in India and World History

According to Gregory calendar, on March 09, the day number in a year is 68 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 69. March 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.

March 09 in History - Top Historical Events

YearEvent / Incidence / Incident
1009The first known record of the name of Lithuania appeared in an entry in the annals of the Quedlinburg Abbey in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.
1454Italian stroller sailor Amerigo Vespucci was born. Today, America is named America because of their name Amerigo.
1701France, Cologne and Bavaria formed an alliance.
1741The British fleet under Admiral Ogg launched an attack on Cartagena.
1745The first American payroll was sent from England to Boston.
1776The Wealth of Nations by Scottish political economist AdamSmith was first published, becoming the first modernwork in the field of economics.
1796The widow Josephine de Beauharnais married General Napoleon Bonaparte.
1822Charles Egg Graham patented fake teeth for the first time.
1822Charles Graham of New York granted the first US patent for denture.
1842Nabucco, an opera by Italian Romantic composer Giuseppe Verdithat established his reputation as a composer, premiered at the Teatroalla Scala in Milan.
1842The first documented discovery of gold in California occurred at Rancho San Francisco, six years before the California Gold Rush.
1847Mexican–American War-The Siege of Veracruz began, the firstlarge-scale amphibious assault conducted by United States militaryforces.
1860Japan appointed its ambassador to the US for the first time.
1860The first Japanese embassy in the United States was established in San Francisco.
1888Frederick III became Emperor of German and King of Prussia.
1896Italian Prime Minister Francisco Crispi resigned in response to national outrage over the defeat in Adva.
1910A massive seventeen-month-long strike action, which at its peakinvolved 15,000 coal miners represented by the United Mine Workersacross 65 mines, began in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.
1915The Panama–California Exposition opened in San Diego's BalboaPark, celebrating the opening of the Panama Canal.
1915Special life biographer Heinneffeber died. Who offered the view that ground insects and animals benefit from the system found in their tendency to protect themselves.
1925The British Royal Air Force began Pink's War, an air-to-ground bombardment against the mountain strongholds of Mahsud tribesmen in South Waziristan, British Raj, without the support of the British Army.
1925The Royal Air Force began a bombardment and strafing campaignagainst the mountain strongholds of Mahsud tribesmen in SouthWaziristan.
1932Éamon de Valera, one of the dominant political figures in twentieth-century Ireland, became President of the Executive Council of the Irish Free State.
1934Nazi Germany prohibited the publication of The Rise of Catherine the Great, as its star and director were Jewish.
1944World War II-As part of the Battle of Narva, the Soviet Air Forces heavily bombed Tallinn, Estonia, killing up to 800 people, mostlycivilians.
1945World War II-A bomb raid on Tokyo by American B-29 heavy bombers started a firestorm, killing over 100,000 people.
1946Thirty-three people were killed in a stampede at Burnden Park, a football stadium in Bolton, England.
1946Juho Kusti Pasikwin became the President of Finland.
1951Eminent Indian tabla player Ustad Zakir Hussain was born.
1951United Artists released the science-one, film The Man of Planet X in the United States.
1956In Tbilisi, Georgia, Soviet military troops suppressed massdemonstrations against Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev's de-Stalinization policy.
1959Barbie, the world's best-selling doll, debuted at the AmericanInternational Toy Fair in New York City.
1961The successful launch of the Russian spacecraft Sputnik 9 with \ dummy humans \.
1976A cable car accident in Kavalese, Germany, killed 42 people.
1977Twelve gunmen seized three buildings in Washington, D.C., and took 149 hostages in a 39-hour standoff that ended in only two deaths.
1977In the US capital Washington, the Hanafi Muslim group attacked three buildings and held 149 people hostage, killing two.
1983Anne Burford resigned as head of the United States Environmental Protection Agency due to defamation.
1990The first female U.S surgeon has sworn in. Dr. Antonia Novello has become the first female US surgeon general.
19915th American Comedy Awards has been announced. Dennis Wolfberg has been adjudged as the best comedian.
1994IRA launched first of the 3 mortar attacks on London’s Heathrow airport in 1994.
1994Indian actress Devika Rani passed away.
1996Jayasuriya, the famous Sri Lankan cricketer, scored 82 off 44 balls against England in World Cup Quarter- Final.
1998S.T.S 39 (discovery 12), the U.S 70th manned space mission has been launched into orbit
1999British industrialist Swaraj Pal was awarded an honorary doctorate by Central Birmingham University.
2004Pakistan has 2000 km Successfully test-fired the missile to reach a surface with a firepower of.
2010A Japanese insect, named Alphalara Itadori that combats invasive Japanese knotweed, is the first bio control agent approved by the European Union.
2011A 7.2 magnitude earthquake off the coast of Honshu in Japan prompts the release of Tsunami alerts for the Japan’s residents.
2012J. K. Rowling, the author of Harry Potter, has announced that Pottermore website, her version of the Harry Potter Universe will launch early in April.
2012Film actor and producer director Joy Mukherjee passed away.
2013Anti-apartheid leader and former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela at the age of 94 was hospitalised for the routine check-up.
2014NCAA basketball team named ‘Wichita State shockers’ wins the Missouri Valley Conference Championship undefeated.

Famous Birthdays of March 09:

YearName / Profession / Country
1945Robert Calvert / Writer / United Kingdom
1957PZ Myers / Author / United States of America
1959Takaaki Kajita / Physicist / Japan
1806Edwin Forrest / Actor / United States of America
1970Naveen Jindal / Politician / India
1929Zillur Rahman / Politician / Bangladesh
1887Fritz Lenz / Physician / Germany
1954Bobby Sands / Politician / Ireland
1924Ben Schadler / Basketball Player / United States of America
1994Morgan Rielly / Ice Hockey Player / Canada
1926Joe Franklin / Television Host / United States of America
1993Larnell Cole / Footballer / United Kingdom
1957Mona Sahlin / Politician / Sweden
1964Steve Wilkos / Police Officer / United States of America
1850Hamo Thornycroft / Academic / United Kingdom
1964Juliette Binoche / Actress / France
1933David Weatherall / Physician / United Kingdom
1958Paul MacLean / Ice Hockey Player / Canada
1936Mickey Gilley / Writer / United States of America
1935Andrew Viterbi / Business Man / United States of America
1982Matt Bowen / Rugby Player / Australia
1987Bow Wow / Actor / United States of America
1932Walter Mercado / Actor / United States of America
1890Rupert Balfe / Footballer / Australia
1824Amasa Leland Stanford / Politician / United States of America
1941Jim Colbert / Golfer / United States of America
1942Ion Caramitru / Director / Romania
1892Mátyás Rákosi / Politician / Hungary
1924Peter Scholl-Latour / Author / Germany
1923James L. Buckley / Lawyer / United States of America

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