According to Gregory calendar, on June 26, the day number in a year is 178 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 179. June 26 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 26 June in the World ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1243The Mongol invasions of the Anatolia-Mangols won a decisive victory over the Seljuk Turks, leading to the collapse and disintegration of the Seljuk kingdom.
1295Pizimal II was crowned the Polish ruler in 219 years, the king of Poland, the king of Poland.
1483Richard III became the king of England. Richard III was the king of England until his death in 1485, in 1485 in the Battle of Bosnia Field. He was the last king of the House of York and the last of the Plantagnet dynasty. His defeat in the Bosworth Field, the final decisive battle of the wars Roses, was marked as the end of the Middle Ages in England. He is the theme of Richard III, a fictional historical drama by William Shakespeare.
1498First tooth brush made in China. The first model of modern toothbrushes was patented by a king in China.
1714Spain and Netherlands signed peace / trade agreement.
1714Spain and the Netherlands signed the Trade and Peace Agreement.
1718Tsarevich Aleksei Petrovich Peter's great son from Russia was sentenced for his father's death.
1721Dr. Zabdiel made Boylestone America's first smallpox.
1794French Revolutionary Wars: The Frearar's fight marked the first successful military use of the aircraft. The french use of the reconnaissance balloon l 'Entreprenant marked the first military use of an aircraft which had an impact on the result of the war.
1848The June Day Rebellion ended in Paris.
1848The June Days Rebellion was a rebellion by French workers. It was in response to a plan to discontinue national workshops, which was created by another Republic to provide a source of income to the work and unemployed; However, only low salary, dead-end jobs were provided, which barely provided enough money to survive.
1870Christmas was declared a federal holiday in the United States.
1879The German company Linde was founded by Karl von Linde.
1886French chemist Henry Moison reported that he was able to isolate the original fluorine, for which he later won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
1906The first Grand Prix was held in Le Mans, France.
1906The first Grand Prix was held. This competition lasted 12 hours.
1906The first Grand Prix Motor Racing event was held. The 1906 Grand Prix de Lutomobile Club D France, usually known as the 1906 French Grand Prix, was a motor race held on public roads closed outside the city of Lee Manans on 26 and 27 June 1906. The Grand Prix was organized by the Automobile Club de France (ACF) as an alternative to the French Automobile Industry, which limited the number of entries regardless of its industry size in each competitive country Was.
1906The 1906 French Grand Prix, the first Grand Prix Motor Racing Competition, was held outside the Le Mans.
1907Forty people were killed, attacking a cash-banked bank coach from Georgia.
1918The 26-day battle of Belue Wood near the Marne River in the First World War-France finally cleaned that forest of German soldiers.
1919The New York Daily News began publication in the US.
1936The first practical testing flight was first taken by practical helicopter Fock-Wolf FW61. Falk-Wolf FW61 is often considered the first practical, functional helicopter. It was also known as FA 61. Later several records were made for its height, speed and duration of flight.
194550 countries signed the United Nations Declaration in San Francisco.
1945The United Nations Charter was signed in San Francisco. As a charter, it is an component treaty, and all members are bound by its articles. In addition, Article 103 of the Charter states that the United Nations obligations are more than all other treaty obligations. Most countries of the world have now confirmed the charter.
1945At a conference in San Francisco, representatives from 50 countries assigned a charter for the establishment of the United Nations.
1949For the first time in Belgium's parliamentary elections, women got voting rights.
1959Ingamar Johansson became the only Swedish world champion Inhiviweight Boxing at Yankstadium, defeating American Floid Patterson.
1960Madagascar, the French colony, gained independence. Today is celebrated every year as National Day in this country.
1960Madagascar gained his freedom from France. Madagascar is a semi-presidential representative democratic multi-party Republic, in which the popular elected president is the head of the state and selects a Prime Minister, who recommends the President to the President to constitute the cabinet of his ministers.
1963American President John F. Kennedy addressed a huge crowd in Berlin, the city of West Germany. He called Berlin a symbol of freedom in the world during the Cold War.
1996Irish crime reporter Veronica Guerin was murdered when she was locked in a traffic light that helped establish Ireland's Criminal Assets Bureau.
1999Budapest Hungary) World Science Conference began.
2000Bangladesh was awarded Test status by the International Cricket Council.
2004Shujaat Hussain became the new caretaker Prime Minister following the resignation of Pakistan Prime Minister Jamali.
2006The first Prime Minister of Eastern Timor, Mari Alakatiri resigned weeks after political unrest.
2011The 57th LPGA Championship ie Tseng won.
2013Abdullah bin Nasir bin Khalifa al Thani became the Prime Minister of Qatar. Abdullah bin Nasir bin Khalifa al Thani is a Qatari politician who has been the Prime Minister of Qatar since 26 June 2013. A member of the ruling family, he was the Minister of State for Internal Affairs from 2005 to 2013.
2015A suicide bomber at a mosque in Saudi Arabia, carrying a Shia Imam al Sadiq in Kuwait, killed 27 and injured 227.
363The Roman Emperor Julian was killed while retreating from the Saskanid Empire.
687Pope Benedict 2 was chosen. He gave success to Leo II. Although he was selected in 683, he was not held until 684 as Emperor Constantine IV was not allowed until a few months after the election. According to Liber Duranus Romanoram Pontispam, he received a decree from the emperor, which either completely eliminated the royal streets or made them obtainable from the exarch of Ravena.
699En No Gyoja, the founder of the Japanese Buddhist sect, called Ashgugando, was deported to Izu Oshima for witchcraft.

Important Historical Events of 26 June in India ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1740The Battle of 300 regular troops, free black militia and Indian assistant armies ear-e-spanish column reached the important position of Britain in Fort Mose in Spanish Florida.
1888The great freedom fighter and social reformer Ghanshyam Das Birla was born in Pilani. Birla inherited family business and transferred to other areas to diversify. Of these, at least three contemporary family business groups present in India can find Ghanshyam Das today. Among these businesses, he wanted to convert money lending business into manufacturing. So he left for Calcutta in Bengal, the world's largest jute producing area.
1975India's first woman Prime Minister Indira Gandhi declared a state of emergency in the country.
1982Air India's first Boeing Gourishankar crashed in Mumbai.

Important Days of 26 June National & International Days 🏁

Day/ObservanceLevel
International Drug and Drug Abuse DayInternational Day
International Day Against Prostitution,International Day
United Nations International Day In Support Of Victims Of TortureInternational Day
International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit TraffickingInternational Day
United Nations International Day in Support of Victims of TortureInternational Day
The International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit TraffickingInternational Day
Madagascar Independence DayNational Day

Famous People's Birthdays on 26 June 😀

Birth YearName/Category/Country
1918Rama Raghoba Rane / Soldier / India
1985Arjun Kapoor / Actor / India

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