The year 1919 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1919 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.

Important Historical Events of the Year 1919 in World ⚡

30 MayRabindranath Tagore returned the title of 'Sir' in protest against the Jallianwala Bagh massacre.
06 JuneFinland declared war against the Bolsheviks.
26 JuneThe New York Daily News began publication in the US.
28 JuneThe First World War ended with the signing of the Versailles Peace Treaty.
17 JulyThe constitution was adopted in Finland.
10 SeptemberThe St. German agreement was signed between the victorious countries of the First World War and the Austrian Hungry regime.
11 SeptemberThe US Navy invaded Honduras.
18 SeptemberWomen gained the right to vote in Holland.
01 OctoberFamous Urdu poet and famous lyricist of Hindi films Majrooh Sultanpuri was born. Majrooh had a profound influence on the music of Hindi films in the 1950s and 1960s.
05 JanuaryIreland's famous sailor Ernest Henry Shackleton died.
06 JanuaryThe 26th President of the United States, Theodar Roosevelt, died.
11 FebruaryFriedrich Ebert was elected President of Germany.
05 MarchIreland's famous sailor Ernest Henry Shackleton died. He made several trips to Antarctica and died on an island in Georgia, located in the ocean.
23 MarchBenito Mussolini started the fascist movement in Milan, Italy.
11 AprilInternational Labor Organization was established.
13 AprilThe brutal massacre took place at Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar.
16 AprilGandhiji declared a fast to pay tribute to those who died in the Jallianwala Bagh massacre.
19 AprilLeslie Irwin of the US jumped from the parachute for the first time.
01 JanuaryEdsel Ford gave his father the status of head of the Ford Motor Company.
06 FebruaryThe Seattle general strike began in the United States, affecting more than 65,000 workers
21 MarchThe Hungarian Republic of Hungary was founded by Bela Kun.
23 AprilThe Estonian Constituent Assembly began its first session.
06 MayThird Anglo-Afghan War Begins
06 JuneThe Hungarian Red Army attacked the Republic of Precummurje.
11 JulyThe Netherlands legislated an eight-hour day and free Sunday for workers.
31 AugustAmerican Communist Party was established
21 SeptemberThe steel strike began in the United States.
13 OctoberAerial Navigation signed the Convention relating to regulation.
10 NovemberThe first national conference of the American Legion was held in the city of Minneapolis.
05 DecemberTurkey's Ministry of War removed military service to Greeks, Armenians and Jews.
03 JanuaryEmir Faisal of Iraq signed an agreement with Zionism leader Chaim Weizmann on the development of a Jewish homeland in Palestine and Arab nation in a large part of the Middle East.
05 JanuaryNellie Tayloe Ross was inaugurated as Governor of Wyoming, the first woman to serve as governor of a U.S. state.
15 JanuaryA large molasses tank in Boston, Massachusetts, burst and a wave of molasses rushed through the streets , killing 21 people and injuring 150 others.
16 JanuaryThe Eighteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified by thirty-six of the forty-eight states, establishing the prohibition of alcoholic beverages in the United States.
18 JanuaryWorld War I: The Paris Peace Conference opened in Versailles, France, to set the peace terms for the Central Powers.
31 JanuaryIntense rioting over labour conditions broke out in Glasgow, Scotland, and was only called when the British government sent tanks to restore order.
06 FebruaryOver 65,000 workers in Seattle, Washington, US, began a five-day general strike to gain higher wages after two years of World War I wage controls.
11 FebruaryFriedrich Ebert was elected the first President of the German Weimar Republic by the Weimar National Assembly.
14 FebruaryThe first serious armed conflict of the Polish–Soviet Wartook place near present-day Biaroza, Belarus.
21 FebruaryBavarian socialist Kurt Eisner, who had organized the German Revolution that overthrew the Wittelsbach monarchy and established Bavaria as a republic, was assassinated.
02 MarchCommunist, revolutionary socialist, and syndicalist delegates met in Moscow to establish the Communist International.
08 MarchDuring the Egyptian Revolution of 1919, British authoritiesarrested Saad Zaghloul and two others, exiling them to Malta.
10 AprilMexican Revolution leader Emiliano Zapata was shot dead by Siudad Ayla, Morelos.
16 AprilThe Polish-Soviyat War-Polar Army began Wilna to capture Vinius in modern Lithuania.
08 MayThe first Transatlantic flight campaign was launched by United States Navy on 8 May 1919. Curtis Caplene NC-4 crossed a crossing of the Atlantic from the United States to Newfoundland, then Azoras and Portugal and finally the United Kingdom. More than one aircraft were used in this campaign which ended on 31 May 1919.
15 MayThe Venypeg General Strike took place, in which almost the entire working population of the public and private sectors quit his job on 15 May 1919 to join the strike in Vinnipag, Canada.
16 MayThe US Navy aircraft became the first aircraft to complete the Transallantic flight campaign on Currtis NC-4, 16 May 1919.
20 MayThe Turkish War of Independence took place on May 19, 1919 between the Turkish nationalists and the Allies Greece, Armenia, France and Great Britain on three different fronts namely the Western front, the Eastern front and the Southern front. Mustafa Kemal Ataturk led the Turkish movement and defeated the forces of Allies.
27 MayCurtis NC-4 flying boat reached Lisbon in Portugal, which became the first fixed-wing aircraft to complete a transatlanticlite under her power.
30 MayThe British crushed Rabindranath Tagore with a night title in 1915, but after the incident at Jallianwala Bagh, Rabindranath Tagore refused to put forward the night title in 1919 to oppose terror.
02 JuneLuigi Galney's first red scare-Anarkist followers installed aggressive bombs in eight cities in the United States.
06 JuneThe republic of Prekmurje ended. Prikumrje was an unfamiliar state. It was a region of Hungary who was traditionally known as Wendidividak. It was attacked during the war between communist and anti -communist forces.
15 JuneAfter about 16 hours, Vickers Vimi landed the first non-stop transatlantic flight, descended from John Alcocland Arthur Weanon Brown Crash in Ireland's County Gaulway.
21 JuneAdmiral Ludwig von Reuters scattered the German High Sis Fleetin Scop Flow to seize ships and prevent them from being divided between the powers of the friendly countries.
21 JuneDuring the general strike of Vinypeg in Vinypeg, Manitoba, Canada, members of the Royal Northwest Mounted police accused horses of entering the crowd of strikers, beaten with clubs and firingwaps.
23 JuneThe Estonian War-Estonian soldiers of independence established the Pro-Jerman government near Sisus in Latvia four days later.
28 JuneThe Treaty of Versay, which ends the war situation between Germany and the Allies, has been signed. The Treaty of Versay was one of the peace treaties at the end of World War I. This ended the battle situation between Germany and Germany. Allied Powers. It was signed on 28 June 1919, exactly five years after the murder of Arcadeuk Franz Ferdinand. Other central powers on the German side of the First World War were dealt with in different treaties.
27 JulyThe red summer-race riots erupted after a racial event on a south-west beach in Chicago, injuring 38 deadly and 537 over a five-day period.
07 OctoberKLM, the world's oldest airline, which is still running under its original name, was established.
08 OctoberThe first intercontinental air race begins in the United States, with 63 aircraft participate between California and New York.
09 OctoberIn Major League Baseball, Cincinnati Reds won three to five games over Chicago White Socks, with deliberately defeated players.
28 OctoberThe US Congress passed the Volsted Act on the veto of President Woodro Wilson, strengthening the prohibitory orders in the United States.
28 NovemberThe first woman Nancy Ester was selected in the British House of Commons as a Member of Parliament in the Ester by -election.
21 DecemberAfter being admitted to jail to keep people in jail for two years, military anarchist Emma Goldman was sent from the United States to Russia.
26 DecemberAmerican baseball player Babe Ruth was sold by Boston Redsox to his rivals, New York Yencis at the beginning of the 84 -year -long curse of Bombino.

Important Historical Events of the Year 1919 in India ⚡

12 AugustVikram Sarabhai, the father of the Indian space program, was born in Ahmedabad.
04 DecemberThe twelfth Prime Minister of India, Indra Kumar Gujral was born.
13 AprilThe troops of the British Indian Army massacred hundreds of unarmed men, women and children, who were attending a peaceful meeting in Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar, India, India.

Famous People's Birthdays in 1919 😀

15 AprilArjan Singh / Marshal / India
01 AugustAmrita Pritam / Poet / India
01 OctoberMajrooh Sultanpuri / Poet / India
01 MayManna Dey / Singer / India
01 MarchPrithvi Nath Dhar / Economist / India
04 DecemberI. K. Gujral / Politician / India
04 DecemberInder Kumar Gujral / Politician / India
04 DecemberIndra Kumar Gujral / Politician / India
05 FebruaryKhurshed Alam Khan / Politician / India
08 NovemberPurushottam Laxman Deshpande / Actor / India
09 DecemberV. Dakshinamoorthy / Writer / India
12 DecemberB. B. Nimbalkar / Cricketer / India
12 AugustVikram Sarabhai / Academic / India
12 AugustVikram Sarabhai / Scientist / India
13 JanuaryMarri Chenna Reddy / Politician / India
14 AprilK. Saraswathi Amma / Author / India
14 AprilShamasad Begum / Singer / India
14 AprilShamshad Begum / Singer / India
15 AprilArjan Singh / Air Marshal / India
15 NovemberSitaram Kesri / Politician / India
18 OctoberWilliamson A. Sangma / Politician / India
19 DecemberOm Prakash / Actor / India

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