28 March In History - What Happened On This Day

According to Gregory calendar, on March 28, the day number in a year is 87 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 88. March 28 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 28 March in the World ⚡

193Praetorian Guards assassinated Roman emperor Pertinax and sold the throne in an auction to Didius Julianus.
1561Akbar invaded Malwa's capital Sarangpur and defeated Bajbahadur.
1736British inventor James Watt was born in Greenec, northern England.
1738Jenkin's Air War; Parliament requested an address to the king asking him to deal with Spain.
1802Heinrich Wilhelm Matthias Olbers discovered the asteroid Pallas.
1806Washington College (now Washington and Jefferson College) was founded by the Pennsylvania General Assembly.
1809Spain was defeated at the hands of France in the Madeline war.
1862American Civil War-An invasion of the New Mexico Territory by the Confederate States Army was halted at the Battle of Glorieta Pass.
1866The first ambulance was prepared for service.
1891The first world weightlifting championship was held.
1910Near Martigues, France, French aviator Henri Fabre Hydravion became the first seaplane to take off from water under its own power.
1920An outbreak of 37 tornadoes across the Mid Western and Southern United States left more than 380 people dead.
1922American inventor Bradley A. Fiske patented the microfilm reading device.
1930Turkey changed the name of its largest city Constantinople to Istanbul.
1930Many Turkish cities were renamed. From the same day the capital \ Angora \ was renamed \ Ankara \ and \ Constaninople \ was changed to \ Istanbul \.
1933A passenger board the Imperial Airways biplane City of Liverpool set a fire on board, causing it to break apart in mid-air and crash.
1941Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, who was under house arrest, fled from Calcutta to Berlin.
1942Second World War-In occupied France, British naval force successfully disabled the key port of Saint-Nazaire.
1949United States Secretary of Defense James Forrestal abruptly resigns
1959China disbanded the government of Tibet and instigated the Panchen Lama.
1962President Nazim al-Qudsi fled the country after a military coup in Syria.
1965Doctor Martin Luther King marched with 25,000 people to the rights of black Americans in Mottgumery, the capital of Alabama.
1979A partial core meltdown of the Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, resulted in there lease of an estimated 43,000 curies (1.59 PBq) of radioactive kryptonto the environment.
1979British Prime Minister James Callaghan was defeated by one votein a motion of no confidence by the House of Commons after hisgovernment struggled to cope with widespread strikes by trade unionsduring the 'Winter of Discontent'.
1981Indonesian terrorists hijacked a plane in Thailand's capital Bangkok.
1996In the Walter Kerr Threat of New York City the program seven guitars was open.
1996Katie Beam, who was 17 year old of Oklahoma grounded 35th Miss Teenage of America.
1999NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship at San Jose.
1999Serbian police and special forces killed at least 89 Kosovo Albanians in the village of Izbica, in the Drenica region of central Kosovo.
1999Vince Williams won the Lipton Cup by defeating sister Serene. This was the first time in 115 years.
2003Invasion of Iraq-In a friendly fire incident, two members ofthe United States Air Force attacked the United Kingdom's Blues andRoyals of the Household Cavalry, killing one and injuring five Britishsoldiers.
2005Sumatran earthquake with a magnitude of 8.7 in Richter scale was the second largest earthquake since 1965.
2005An earthquake in the island of Sumatra shook the whole of Indonesia. This earthquake was the fourth largest earthquake after 1965.
2010The British broadcasting finds evidence of a Massacre in the democratic republic of Congo carried out by the Lord Resistance Army last December, in which 321 people, including children, were killed.
2011Due to the radiation leak at the Fukushima Nuclear plant, the international atomic energy agency called for summit to discuss concerns about its nuclear safety.
2012In the country OF United States, the mega millions jackpot reaches a world record in the lottery history of $500 million dollar.
2013Peter Woolcott who was an Australian diplomat draft for the first ever treaty to regulate. The conventional arms trade is discussed by members of the United Nations.
2013Russia conducted unscheduled military exercises in the Black sea by not informing NATO criticism.
2013History's biggest attack on the Internet. Internet speed slowed worldwide.
2014An earthquake measuring 5.1 on the Richter scale hit South California; the quake was about 22 miles Southeast of Los Angeles near La Habra.

Important Historical Events of 28 March in India ⚡


Famous Birthdays of 28 March 😀

Birth YearDeath YearName/Category/Country
1472Fra Bartolomeo / Painter / Italy
1483Raphael / Painter / Italy
1515Teresa of Ávila / Nun / Spain
1522Albert the Warlike / King / Germany
1527Isabella Markham / Courtier / United Kingdom
1592John Amos Comenius / Educator / Czech Republic
1599Witte Corneliszoon de With / Naval Officer / Netherlands
1638Frederik Ruysch / Botanist / Netherlands
1652Samuel Sewall / Judge / United Kingdom
1725Andrew Kippis / Author / United Kingdom
1743Yekaterina Vorontsova-Dashkova / Politician / Russia
1750Francisco de Miranda / Politician / Venezuela
1760Thomas Clarkson / Activist / United Kingdom
1773Henri Gatien Bertrand / General / France
1793Henry Schoolcraft / Geographer / United States of America
1795Georg Heinrich Pertz / Author / Germany
1806Thomas Hare / Scientist / United Kingdom
1811John Neumann / Saint / United States of America
1815Arsène Houssaye / Poet / France
1818Wade Hampton III / Politician / United States of America
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