According to Gregory calendar, on June 20, the day number in a year is 172 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 173. June 20 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 20 June in the World ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1685The Monmouth Rebellion-The Duke of Monmouth declared himself Kingoff England on Brijwatter.
1756Siraj ud-Daula Nawab of Bengal sought Calcutta from the British.
1768Russo-Turkish War 1768–74), Russia captured the fort of Bar.
1779The Battle of Stono Ferry (American Revolutionary War) fought near Charleston, South Carolina.
1782The Congress of the Confederation adopted the seal of the great states, which used to certify some documents issued by the Veddle government.
1782The bald eagle was chosen as the symbol of the United States.
1789The Tennis Court was sworn in by members of the French Revolution-Meeting on the Tennis of Palace of Vileslies, Third Estate, France, which pledged not to separate until a new constitution was established.
1789The Tennis Court was sworn in by members of the French Revolution-Meeting of the Palace of Palace, France, France, which promised not to separate until a new constitution was not established.
1791King Louis XVI was caught trying to escape the French Revolution.
1819Arriving at Liverpool, SS Sawan became the first campaign to cross the Atlantic Ocean.
1819The 320-ton Savannah became the first steamship to cross the Atlantic (any ocean).
1837Rani Victoria was successful for the British throne. At the age of 18, he was throne, after the death of all three elder brothers of his father, no one left, the heir survived. Victoria tried to influence government policy and ministerial appointments. Publicly, she became a national icon, and was recognized with strict standards of personal morality.
1837Victoria succeeded for the British throne, which ruled for more than 63 years.
1840Samuel Morse patented the Telegraph.
1840Samuel Morse received a patent for the telegraph. Samuel Finalely Brace Morse was an American painter and inventor. Morse contributed to the invention of the European wire-based single-wire telegraph system. He was the co-developer of the Morse Code, and helped develop the commercial use of telegraphy.
1840Samuel Morse patented the Telegraph.
1862The Prime Minister of Romania Barbu Katargiu was assassinated.
1862The first Prime Minister of Romania, Barbu Ketterguy, was harassed at Romania's first Prime Minister after depriving people of the assembly rights at the memory ceremony of 1.4 Minister.
1863Western Virginia became the 35th state of the United States.
1866Kingdom of Italy declares war against Austria
1874Lucian Clemons was awarded the first US Lifesaving Medal.
1877Alexander Graham Bell launched the world's first commercial telephone service in Ontario, Canada.
1895The nail canal was openly opened, crossing the base of Julandpinsula and the world's busiest artificial waterways, openly.
1900Boxer Rebellion-Empiry Chinese Army began a 55-day siege of lease quarters in Beijing.
1916SNDT Women's University was established in Pune.
1931Karl Buresh was made the Chancellor of Austria.
1943In Belle Isle, Detroit, Michigan, riots started between blacks and whites and continued for three days.
1943The New Georgia Campaign began.
1947A mafia hitman killed gangster Bagsey Seial in Beverly Hills, California.
1960The Mali Federation later split into Mali and Senegal) gained independence from France.
1960Mali Mahasangh gained independence from France. The Mali Federation was a country in West Africa that connected the French colonies of Senegal and Sudani Republic for a period of only two months. It was established as a region with self-governance within the French community and became independent after interaction with France. It was later divided into Mali and Senegal.
1960The Mali Mahasangh gained independence from France, but lasted two months before being divided into Senegal and Mali.
1963The so -called 'red telephone' between the White missile and the Kremlin was installed, after the Cubian missile crisis that unlimited communication between the two countries was necessary.
1990The earthquake in Iran killed more than 40 thousand.
1990Asteroid Eureka was discovered. 5261 Eureka was the first Mars Trojan discovered. David h in the Palomer Observatory. Was discovered by Levi and Henry Holt. Mars Trozon is a group of objects that share the orbit of Mars around the Sun. They can be found around Mars and two laggragian digits around 60 °.
1991Parliament approved the proposal to re-create the capital of unified Germany.
2001General Pervez Musharraf became the President of Pakistan.
2003Wikimedia Foundation (WMF) is an American non-profit and charitable organization headquartered in San Francisco, California, which operates many tickets. This foundation is mostly known to host Wikipedia, an internet encyclopedia that ranks into the top-ten websites in the world worldwide. The organization was established by Jimmy Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia, which is a way of funding Wikipedia and her sister projects through non-profit means.
2005Russian cargo vehicle M-53 reached the International Space Station.
2009During the Iranian election opposition, the death of Neda Aga-Sotton was captured on the video and widely distributed on the Internet, making it 'probably the most widely seen in human history'.
2012Community violence in Libya killed 105 people, injured 500.
451Flavius ​​Etius, with the help of Roman Federeti, defeated Etilila in the battle of Catalunian grounds and stopped the invasion Gaul by Huns and his colleagues.

Important Historical Events of 20 June in India ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1756A group of British soldiers with hallwells were imprisoned by some rebels in a suffocating cell, which was notorious as "Black Hole of Calcutta". The black hole of Calcutta was a small dungeon in the old fort William in Calcutta, India, where. The soldiers of the Nawab of Bengal, Siraj Ud-Daula, placed the British prisoners of the war after capturing the fort.
1756A stronghold of the British Army in India was imprisoned in a situation in Black Hole in Calcutta that at least 43 died.
1858The last rebels of the 1857 Indian Rebellion in Gwalior surrendered.
1869Laxmanrao Kirloskar, the great industrialist, social reformer, patriot and founder of Kirloskar industry, was born in Belgaum. The Kirloskar Group is an Indian group. The company exports more than 70 countries in Africa, Southeast Asia and Europe. Head and Holding Company, Kirloskar Brothers Limited, is India's largest manufacturer of the pump and valve. And also runs construction projects through its subsidiary Kirloskar Construction and Engineers Limited.
1887Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Victoria Terminus, Mumbai, India's busiest railway station) opened to the public.
1887India's busiest railway station Victoria Terminus was opened in Bombay (now Mumbai). The station was built in Boribandar area of ​​Mumbai to commemorate the golden birth anniversary of Queen Victoria. It is one of the busiest railway stations in India, which serves as a terminal for long -range trains and commutary trains of Mumbai suburban railway. Later the name of the station was changed to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus.
1887Victoria Terminus, now the busiest railway station in India, opened in Bombay on the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria.
1921Workers started a four -month strike at Buckingham and Karnataka Mills in the city of India.
1948Lord Mountbatten resigned as the Governor General of the Indian Union. He was the first Governor-General of India's last Viceroy and India's independent Dominion (1947–48) to emerge the modern Republic of India in 1950.
712Muhammad bin Qasim, Arab, attacked Sindh and captured it. Muhammad defeated and killed the Hindu king, King Dahir in Raver. He was a Umayyad commander who conquered Sindh and Multan regions for Umayyad Kalbaghat along the Indus River. He was born and raised in Taif city (in modern Saudi Arabia). Kasim's victory over Sindh and the southern-existing parts of Multan enabled Islamic expansion in India.

Important Days of 20 June National & International Days 🏁

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Famous People's Birthdays on 20 June 😀

Birth YearName/Category/Country
1869Laxmanrao Kirloskar / Business Man / India
1917Dr Sivaramakrishna Padmavati / Cardiologist / India
1936Suresh Saraiya / Commentator / India
1936Sushma Seth / Actress / India
1939Ramakant Desai / Cricketer / India
1949Shyamala Gopinath / Economist / India
1952Vikram Seth / Poet / India
1972Paras Mhambrey / Cricketer / India

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