The year 1906 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1906 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.
|The Wright brothers received a patent from the US for their flying machine.
|Sweden adopted the national flag.
|The first Grand Prix was held. This competition lasted 12 hours.
|Clement Armand Falières was elected President of France.
|Roald Emundson of Norway discovered the magnetic south pole.
|International radio telecommunications code was adopted, SOS service was introduced for emergencies.
|Prominent freedom fighter Chittaranjan Das and other Congress leaders jointly started the publication of 'Vande Mataram' newspaper.
|An earthquake of 8.6 magnitude struck the South American country of Chile, killing about twenty thousand people.
|Finland got women the right to vote.
|About 1200 people died in the Taiwan earthquake.
|Jim Thomson, an American businessman who saved the Thai silk industry, was born.
|An earthquake and fire in San Francisco killed about 4000 people.
|SS Valencia Vancouver Island attacked a Canadian rock, killing 138 people.
|The British Labor Party was established.
|1,060 killed in a French coal mine explosion
|The fundamental law was announced in Russia's first state of Duma.
|The first Grand Prix was held in Le Mans, France.
|The Canard liner launched RMS Lucetia as the world's largest ship in Glasgow.
|The second Geneva conference was completed.
|Unable to stop the rebellion, Cuban President Tomas Estrada Palma requested intervention from the United States.
|Mahatma Gandhi started the coinage Satyagraha to mark the non-violence movement in South Africa.
|The Majlis was held for the first time in Iran.
|SOS became an international crisis signal.
|The world's first feature film, The Story of the Cali Gang, was released.
|The SS Valencia was wrecked off the coast of Vancouver Island,British Columbia, Canada, in a location so treacherous it was known as the Graveyard of the Pacific.
|The Royal Navy battleship HMS Dreadnought was launched,representing such a marked advance in naval technology that her name came to be associated with an entire generation of battleships.
|Romanian inventor Traian Vuia became the first person to fly a heavier-than-air monoplane with an unassisted takeoff.
|In the 20th century, the primary catalyst Ajusa Street Revival for Fellof Pentecostalism was opened in Los Angeles.
|A major earthquake and resulting fire destroyed San Francisco (depiction of damage), leaving at least 3,000 people killed and more likely to be homeless.
|The Vaxhall Bridge opened in London, crossing the Tamesbative Vaxhall and the Westminster River.
|The 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.
|The 1906 French Grand Prix, the first Grand Prix Motor Racing Competition, was held outside the Le Mans.
|All black foot soldiers of the 25th Infantry Regiment of the US Army were accused of killing a white bartender and injuring a whitepolis officer in Broovsville, Texas, despite that they could not provide evidence; Later dishonestly discharged.
|The Scandal shook the Virginia society when it was found that a local optician, a dentist and a doctor performed an illegal abortion on a prominent woman. Miss Canner whose abortion. Worked as a receptionist in Budgali's dental office. Each of the doctors had to post a bond of $ 3,000 and later appeared in court.
|The largest and fastest ship of that time was launched the ocean liner RMS Mortania of the world.
|A local newspaper accused two teams of deliberately losing the game, the first major scam in American football.
|The Great North, Pikadili and Bropton Railways, A14.17- Km (8.80 mi) long-level underground tube railway Contesting Hammith and Finsbury Park were opened in London.
|Reginald a fessenden became a 1st to broadcast music on radio (mass).
|India's famous film actor Prithviraj Kapoor was born in Peshawar (now Pakistan).
|The country's national father Mahatma Gandhi, for the first time, called 'Satyagraha', the non-violent movement that started the rights of Indians in South Africa.
|The All India Muslim League was established in Dhaka, which later demanded Pakistan.
|Benjamin Piri Pal was born. Benjamin Piri Pal was the first director of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research. He was one of the most leading scientists in genetics and reproduction of wheat. He was a virgin and donated his assets to the Indian Council of Agricultural Research. He was awarded the Padma Vibhushan in 1987.
|The Maharashtra Sahitya Parishad was established in Pune. Maharashtra Sahitya Parishad is a literary institution located in the western Indian state of Maharashtra for the purpose of "Marathi language and literature progress". The encyclopedia of Indian literature considers it the first representative literary body of Marathi.
|Establishment of 'Maharashtra Sahitya Parishad'. The Maharashtra Sahitya Parishad is a literary institution located in the western Indian state of Maharashtra with the aim of "Importance of Marathi language and literature". It was installed in Pune. The encyclopedia of Indian literature considers it the first representative literary body of Marathi.
|The creation of Pakistan Asa Muslim state on the Indian subcontinent developed into a political party, All India Muslim League, a motivational party in British Indiahat.