According to Gregory calendar, on June 16, the day number in a year is 168 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 169. June 16 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 16 June in the World ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1407War during Ming-H, captured Chinese Ming Army? In this way Vietnamese H and his son? Dynasty.
1487Lunkestrian forces defeated Europe's supporters in the Stoke Field battle in East Stoke, Nottinghamshire, England, which was the last war of Rogers's War.
1606The fifth Sikh Guru Arjun Dev passed away.
1746Battle at Piacenza: Austria and Sardinia defeated the Spanish and French forces.
1795A Britishroil Navy Battle Squadron, run by the French revolutionary ceasefire, William Cornwallis, faced a numerous French Naval battleground on the coast of British.
1815Napoleon defeated Prussia at the Battle of Ligni in the Netherlands.
1822Denmark Vesey led a slave rebellion in South Carolina.
1824The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was established in Great Britain.
1846The Pope Conclave of 1846 selects Pope Payas IX, which ruins the longest in the history of sinners. Pope Pius IX was born from Gioni Maria Mastai-Free, who ruled from 1878 till his death from 16 June 1846. He was the longest ruling Pope in the history of the Catholic Church - over 31 years.
1846Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti was chosen as Pius IX (Fig.
1881Austria and Hungary signed military treaties with Serbia.
1881Austria - Hungary and Serbia signed military treaties.
1883More than 180 out of 1,100 children died in Victoria Hallal in Sunderland, England, when they dropped the stairs of gifts from entertainment after the end of a variety of shows.
1883More than 180 children died in Victoria Hallstamped in Sunderland, England, when they stamped the stairs to take gifts from entertainers after the end of a variety of shows.
1891John Abbot became the third Prime Minister of Canada.
1903Roald Amundsen of Norway discovered a sea route connecting the islands of Canada to the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. This route is called the Northwest Passage.
1903The Ford Motor Company was included. The Ford Motor Company is an American multinational vehicle manufacturer, headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. It was founded by Henry Ford. Henry Ford was 39 years old, when he founded the Ford Motor Company, which became one of the world's largest and most profitable companies, as well as one to avoid great depression.
1904Irish writer James Joyce began his relationship with Norabaranakal, and later used the date to determine the tasks for his 1922 beval Uleis.
1911IBM company was founded in New York. Earlier it was named Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company.
1911IBM founded a computing-tabulating-rickening company at Andicott, New York. International Trade Machines Corporation (commonly known as IBM) is an American multinational technology and counseling corporation. The IBM computers to manufacture and marketing and marketing of hardware and software, and the mainframe provides infrastructure, hosting and counseling services in areas ranging from computers to nano.
1912The recession in Missouri killed 48 people.
1915The British Women's Institute was established.
1958Other leaders of Imre Nagy and unsuccessful Hungarian Revolution 1956 were executed after secret tests.
1960The thriller / horror film, directed by Alfred Hichochand, was released by Robert Baloch's name.
1961Pioneering Russian Ballet Dancer Rudolf Nureev protected the Soviet Union at Paris-Le Borgate Airport with the help of French-Peris and Paris Sochelight Mitra.
196326-year-old Russian woman Lieutenant Valentina Tereshkova was the first woman in the world to fly to space.
1963Soviet Space Program: Vostok 6 Mission: Cosmonot Valentina Tereskova became the first woman in space. Valentina Vladimirovana Tereskova was the first woman to flow into space to be selected from more than four hundred applicants and five finalists in Pilot Vostok 6.
1963Aboard Vostok 6, Soviet Cosmonot Valentina Tereskova became the first woman in space.
1967The Montere Pop Festival began in the site, Monteri, California, the site for major American performances by The Jimmy Hendrix Experience, Thewo and Ravi Shankar.
1979The Muslim Brotherhood killed 62 sheikhs in Syria.
1999Thambo Mbeki was elected the second President of South Africa.
2000Israel complies with the United Nations Security Council's proposal 425', 22 years after its release, which calls Israel to withdraw completely from Lebanon. Israel does this, except the disputed Sheeba fields. Proposal 42 of the United Nations Security Council called for Israel to immediately withdraw his army from Lebanon and established the United Nations Interim forces in Lebanon.
2007Sunita Williams became the longest-lived woman in space.
2008In California, a gay couple was given a license to marry.
2010Bhutan has become the first country to ban tobacco. The Tobacco Control Act controls tobacco and tobacco products, banning cultivation, harvesting, production and selling tobacco and tobacco products in Bhutan. The Act also states that the government of Bhutan provides consultation and treatment to facilitate tobacco prevention.
2012The multinational soft drink company Coca-Cola commenced business in Myanmar after 60 years.
2012China successfully launched its Shenzhou 9 spacecraft, consisting of three astronauts including the first female Chinese astronaut Liu Yang in the Tiangong -1 orbital module. The Senzho program is a manned spaceflight initiative by China. Shenzhou 9 was a manned spacecraft flight of China's Shenzhou program, the first manned spacecraft to do the Shanejhou 9 spacecraft and the Tiangong 1 space station.
2012The Robot Boeing X-37B spacecraft of the United States Air Force returns to Earth after a classified 469-day orbital mission. The Boeing X-37, also known as the Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV), is a reusable unmanned spacecraft. It is enhanced into space by a projection vehicle, then re -enters the Earth's atmosphere and space as a spacecraft. The X-37 is operated by the United States Air Force for orbital spacecraft missions aimed at displaying reusable space technologies.
632The last king of the Sasanian Empire of Iran, Yazidarg III took over the throne at the age of eight.

Important Historical Events of 16 June in India ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1605India's Mughal Emperor (1556–1605) Akbar (Abul-Fat Jalal-ud-Din) died at the age of 63 with diarrhea or dysentery. On Akbar's tomb, in his simplicity, Jesuit priest Father Xavier, who always remained his dedicated friend, hatched a conspiracy.
1755The French surrendered Fort Buusjor to the British, which led to the expels of the Acadis during the French and the Indian War. Fort Beuszore, King George War (1748) was one of the several French forts made to strengthen the French status in North America against the British.
1858The Battle of Morar was fought during the First Indian War of Independence.

Important Days of 16 June National & International Days 🏁

International Solidarity DayInternational Day
International Day of Family RemittancesInternational Day
International Day Of Family RemittedInternational Day

Famous People's Birthdays on 16 June 😀

Birth YearName/Category/Country
1920Hemant Kumar / Singer / India
1936Akhlak Muhammad Khan / Poet / India
1950Mithun Chakraborty / Politician / India
1974Glenicia James / Cricketer / India

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