The year 1882 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1882 such as: born famous people, death of famous people, war treaty, independence of a country, invention of new technology, change of power, important national and international day etc., knowing which your general Knowledge will increase.
|Bombay (now Mumbai) killed nearly one lakh people due to hurricanes and floods.
|Henry W. Seeley of New York took a patent for electric iron.
|200 people died as the train derailed in Russia.
|The bulb, first invented by the great American inventor Thomas Elva Edison, was first performed at a New York station. Edison also invented the bulb in 1869.
|Bankim Chandra Chatterjee composed the national anthem "Vande Mataram" at Kantal Pada village in Bengal. Vande Mataram became the national slogan in the Bang Bhang movement.
|Martial law was implemented in Japan.
|The first Christmas tree was decorated with bulbs made by Thomas Edison.
|The infectious disease TB was identified.
|The first electric-powered tram operated in East London.
|The deadly infectious disease TB was identified. The scientist who discovered it was later awarded the Nobel Prize.
|Famous zoologist Charles Darwin passed away.
|The world's first coal-fired power generating station, the Holborn Perspective Power Station, was started in London.
|The first Test cricket match was played at the Cricket Ground in Sydney.
|Roderick McLean Shots Windsor attempted an attack on Queen Victoria, while they survived.
|The world's first trolleybus operation started in Berlin.
|The Gothard Rail Tunnel entry opened to Switzerland and Italy.
|US President's assassin Charles J. Guiteu was hanged in Washington DC.
|Telegraph Hill Observatory opened in San Francisco.
|The US Congress pushed forward the 1882 Immigration Act.
|The first United States Labor Day Parade was held in New York City.
|The University of Punjab was established in modern Pakistan.
|Christmas Christmas lights tree made by Thomas Edison.
|German physician Robert Koch announces the discovery of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, a bacterium that causes tuberculosis.
|The Knights of Columbus, the world's largest Catholic fraternal organization, was founded by Michael J. McGivney in New Haven, Connecticut, US.
|Irish Under Secretary Thomas Henry Burke and Irish Chief Secretary Lord Frederick Cavedish were killed by members of the fundamentalist group Irish National Invugel with a knife as they went through the park park in Dublin.
|US President Chester A. Arthur signed the Chinese exclusion in the law, implementing the ban on Chinese immigration for the United States which remained in 1943 until the Magnson Act came into force.
|The Triple Alliance was created between the German Empire, Austria-Hungary and the Kingdom of Italy.
|The Sheva Empire took a major step towards defeating Gojam and gaining control over the arteries to the south of the Gibe River to achieve dominance over the Ethiopian Empire.
|The Anglo-French convention of 1882 marks regional boundaries between Guinea and Sierra Leone. The treaty was confirmed by the treaty and the boundaries of the treaty between Guinea and Sierra Leone around Fetherown. However, it was never completely certified by the French Chamber of Deputy, although it was officially recognized by the British Foreign Office.
|Anglo-Miss's war-british naval forces began the establishment of Alexandria against Urbi forces.
|Boer Hire soldiers declared their freedom from the Transwalip Republic and established the Republic of Stelndand.
|Richard Wagner's Opera Parsifel, which is based on the epic poetry of Wolfaram Wonschenbak, which is about the Arthurian Night Percewel and for the sandy of the holy comb, officially based on Beverauthele, Bavaria (current Germany) Is.
|In 1812, the overcher was first displayed in Moscow in the Cathedral of Christ the Savier by Russian composer Pyotra Ilich Tachikov Akash.
|The Vulcan Street Plant is the first hydroelectric center to serve a system of private and commercial customers in North Emerca, located in Appleton of Visconsin, USA.