According to Gregory calendar, on June 29, the day number in a year is 181 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 182. June 29 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 29 June in the World ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1149Poyders' Raymond has been defeated and killed by Noor Ed-Din Zangi in the battle of inb. Raymond (C. 1115 - 29 June 1149) of Poimmers was the prince of Antiook from 1136 to 1149. He was born to William IX's younger son, Duke of Aquitine and his wife Philipa, Taulaous's countse, the same year when his father Duke began his notorious contact with Danzer's Day Chatelhelt.
1149The army led by the second crusade-Nur-Dini Jangi destroyed the boundaries of Antioch led by Prince Raymond.
1194Sverre was crowned the king of Norway. Sverre Sigurdsson was the king of Norway from 1184 to 1202. She married Swedish king Eric IX's daughter Margreta EricDoster, by whom her daughter Christina was Swarsdor.
1444Skanderbeg defeated a Ottoman invasion force in Torivol. Skanderbeg was the 15th -century Albanian rich. The Battle of Torviool, also known as the Battle of Lower Dibra, was fought in the Terviol ground, which is a modern-modern Albania. Skanderbeg was an Ottoman captain of Albanian origin who decided to return to his birthplace and take reins of a new Albanian rebellion.
1444Albanian, led by Skanderbeg, revolted for a spectacular victory against the Ottoman Empire.
1444Alexander Baig defeated the army of the Ottoman Empire.
1534Jacques Cartier was the first European to reach Rajkumar Edward Island. Prince Edward Island is a province of Canada with a single island of the same name, as well as many small islands. It is one of the three sea provinces and the smallest province in both the land area and the population. It is the only province in Canada with no land limit.
1613The original Globe Theater in London burnt the ground after cannon appointed for special effects, which became a missfire during the performance of William Shakespeare's Henry VIII and ignited the roof of the theater.
1613William Shakespeare's Globe Theater was damaged by fire.
1644Charles I of England defeated an MP's contingent in the battle of Cropreddy Bridge, the last battle won by an English king on English earth. Between a parliamentary army between Sir William Waller and King Charles's royalist army, the battle of Cropred Bridge was the battle of English civilian wars.
1659Ivan Vyovski, the heir of the Ruso-Polaish war-Ukraine, and his rallies defeated the forces of Russian Tsaradom led by Alexi Turbatesoate at the Battle of Conotop at the current Sumi Oblast in Ukraine.
1659Russo-Polaish War: Ukraine's Hetman Ivan Vyovski and his rallies defeated the forces of Russian Tsardom led by Alexi Turbetsoate at the Battle of Konotope at the current Sumi Oblast in Ukraine.
1764A level 5 tornado reached Germany.
1767The British passed the Townshend Revenue Act and taxed America.
1776The first private battle of the American Revolutionary Warvez was fought in the cape in Cape, Turtle Gut Inlet near New Jersey.
1776Lieutenant Jose Jokin Morga and Father Francisco Palufounded Mission San Francisco de Asis, the oldest living building INS Francisco.
1797The first ascent of the great mountain 4,622 was made in Adirondack, New York.
1855Daily Telegraph newspaper started publication in London.
1863The first National Bank opened in Davenport Iowa.
1864Canada's most fierce railway accident occurred when a passenger train fell through an open swing bridge in the Richchai River near Mont-Sent-Hilare, Cubek at present.
1864Nearly 100 people were killed when a train fell into the Richelieu River on the Grand Trunk railway line near Mont St Hilary town in Quebec, Canada.
1880France announced Tahiti. The Tahiti French is the largest island in the Windward Group of Polynesia; A foreign collectivity of the French Republic, sometimes referred to as a foreign country. The island is located in the Islands of the Society Islands in the Middle Southern Pacific Ocean, and is divided into two parts.
1881In Sudan, Muhammad Ahmed declares himself as a priest of Islam. Mohammad Ahmed bin Abd Allah was a religious leader of the common system at Sudan. He was proclaimed during the period of widespread resentment among the Sudani population of the oppressive policies of the Turko-Miss rulers, and capital was imposed on the popular Chinese beliefs among various Sudani religious sects at that time.
1889Hyde Park and many other Illinois townships voted for picking from Chicago, the largest city in the region and the second largest city in the population in the Unitedstates.
1905The Automobile Association was established in the United Kingdom.
1913Bulgaria's war with Greece, Serbia, Monte Negro, Romania and the Osmani regime began in what is known as the Second Balkan War.
1914During the second day of the anti-surprise riots in Sarajevo, several buildings owned by ethnic surbas were demolished.
1932The Soviet Union and China signed the Non-aggression Pact.
1950Among the greatest upsets in the history of the game, Unitedstates defeated England during the 1950 FIFA World Cup.
1961Renowned freedom fighter, politician and first defense minister Sardar Baldev Singh passed away.
1967Actress Jene Mansfield, her lover Sam Brodie and her partner, were killed in a car accident outside New Orleans, while Hitchildener Miklo, Zolton, and Mariska Hargite survived only minor injuries.
1974Isabel Paron was sworn in as Orangena's first female president in place of her ailing husband Juan Paron, who died two days.
1974Russian dancer Mikhail Barisnikov defeated Sovietian while visiting Toronto with Bolshoi Ballet.
1974Disneyland became the first public attraction in Anaheim, California, USA.
1974Maria Estella Isabel Martinez de Perón became the first female president of Argentina.
1976The day is celebrated as Independence Day in this country since the Seychelles Islands gained independence.
1985The European Economic Community adopted the flag of Europe, earlier adopted by the Council of Europe in 1955.
1991After the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the Organization of Cooperation of Eastern Countries 'Kamcon' was dissolved.
1992A bodyguard killed Algerian President Mohammad Bodiaf.
1995Space Shuttle Program: The STS -71 mission first works with Russian space station Mir. The STS-71 was the third mission of the US / Russian shuttle-Mir program and the first space shuttle for the Russian space station Mir. Shuttle took two cosmonott Anatoli Soloyev and Nikolai Budarin to the relief team and recovered the increment astronaut Norman Thagard.
1995The shuttle-Mir program began when the space shuttle Atlantis formed the first spacecraft to do a dock with the Russian space station.
2002North and South Korean patrol boats collided with a disputed border near YeonPyong Island in Yellow Sea.
2006US Supreme Court Hamdan V. The military commissions established by Bushdimation violated both the US and international laws to try to try prisoners at Gwantanamo Bay, deciding that Rumsfeld gave his verdict.
2007Apple Inc. Released his first mobile phone, phone. The iPhone is a line of smartphones designed and marketed by Apple Inc. They run Apple's iOS mobile operating system. The most recent iPhone models are iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
2007Apple Inc. Promoted the first generation iPhone, which promoted the smartphone industry and made the company one of the most valuable companies doing publicly trading.
2008Thomas Beatty gave birth to a daughter, the world's first pregnant man.
2008Thomas, the world's first pregnant man, gave birth to a daughter.
2012Around 15,000 anti-nuclear agitators surrounded the office of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo.
2013California lifts ban on gay marriage.

Important Historical Events of 29 June in India ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1976Seychelles became independent of the United Kingdom. Seychelles, officially, is an archipelago in the Republic of Seychelles Indian Ocean. 115-The country, whose capital is Victoria, is located 1,500 km (932 mi) from the mainland South East Africa. Other island countries and regions include Zanzibar in the west and Comoros, Myat, Madagascar, Runion and Mauritius in the south.

Important Days of 29 June National & International Days 🏁

Day/ObservanceLevel
National Statistics DayNational Day
National Statistics DayNational Day
International Day of the TropicsInternational Day
International Tropical DayInternational Day
Seychelles Independence DayNational Day

Famous People's Birthdays on 29 June 😀

Birth YearName/Category/Country
1864Ashutosh Mukherjee / Jurist / India
1864Ashutosh Mukherjee / Lawyer / India
1893Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis / Economist / India
1901Amal Kumar Sarkar / Lawyer / India
1931P.K. Iyengar / Scientist / India
1975Upasna Singh / Actress / India

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