The year 1926 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1926 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 1926 in World ⚡

12 MayAirship Norgay became the first vessel to fly to the North Pole.
19 MayBenito Mussolini declared Italy as a hangman nation.
26 MayThe constitution was adopted in Lebanon.
27 MayAdopted the constitution in Lebanon.
06 JuneIn Egypt, a government was formed under the leadership of Adley Pasha.
12 JuneBrazil decided to come out of the League of Nations.
28 JuneGottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz combined companies to form Mercedes-Benz.
15 JulyThe first motorbus service started in Bombay (now Mumbai).
19 JulyA second government was formed in France under the leadership of Edward Herriot.
18 SeptemberA cyclonic storm killed 250 people in Miami, USA.
24 NovemberEminent philosopher Sri Aurobindo attained complete accomplishment.
18 AugustThe weather map was first broadcast on television.
23 DecemberArya Samaj campaigner and scholar Swami Shraddhanand was killed.
27 JanuaryScottish scientist John Logie Baird demonstrated television to the world. It was named Televisor at that time.
15 FebruaryContract air mail service launched in the US.
14 March248 people died and 93 were injured in a train accident in the Latin American country of Costa Rica.
23 JanuaryShireen Auditorium established in Los Angeles.
15 FebruaryOrpheum Theater opened in Los Angeles
03 MarchGermany and Afghanistan signed a mutual friendship agreement.
10 AprilEgyptian King Fuad inaugurates the Egyptian Parliament
20 MayRailway Labor Act was passed.
15 JuneThe World Court began its eleventh session at The Hague City.
24 AugustPavlos Kuntorotis was sworn in as the President of Greece.
25 SeptemberHenry Ford embarked on an eight-hour day and five-day work.
19 OctoberThe Imperial Conference was held in London
19 NovemberThe Paramount Theater opened in New York City.
05 DecemberGeorge Hassell killed his wife and eight children in the Texas city of Forewell.
16 MarchAmerican scientist Robert H. Goddard launched the world's firstliquid-fueled rocket, which flew for two-and-a-half seconds beforefalling to the ground.
03 MayThe Trade Union Congress announced that a general strike was to begin on 3 May 1926. The strike lasted for 9 days to prevent the deteriorating conditions for the British government to reduce wages and the deteriorating conditions for 8,00,000 lock-out coal miners.
12 MayThe Italian manufactured half-kissing aircraft Norgi completed the first verified overflow of the North Pole on 12 May 1926. It was also the first aerial vessel to fly on a polar ice cap between Europe and America.
12 MayThe Trades Union Congress, a union of British businesses, announced that it would end its week -long general strike '[coal] miners' wages and uncertainty of hours.
12 MayThe crew of the aerial ship Norze, led by Rubledamundsen, became the first to travel to Northpol, to a verified visit.
23 JuneThe college board first conducted the SAT, which was a major test for the entry of the university and college in the Unitedstates.
28 JuneThe Mercedes-Benz was formed by Gotlib Damler and Carl Benz combining two of their companies. Carl Frederick Benz was a German engine designer and engineer, usually considered the inventor of the first automobile operated by the internal combustion engine. Gotlib Wilhelme Daimler was an engineer, industrial designer and industrialist.
17 AugustIn Jamaica, the Producers Association was rewarded by 1,250 pounds from a special fund of 1 million pounds nominated. Britain thought of increasing the construction of fruits from its empire, and traded between the mother country and the colonies.
14 SeptemberThe Locarno Treaty, which was established by the First World War, was formally confirmed by the nations signed.
11 NovemberThe scheme for the United States number highway system was approved by the American Association of State Highway officials.
25 November27 Tornado, including an F4, hit the city of Heber Springs, on the weekend of thanks, Arkansas killed 76 people in the southern states.
27 NovemberRestoration of colonial Williamsberg, a colonial American city began to be entertained in the historic triangle on the Virginia Peninsula in the US.
17 DecemberA coup by the Lithuanian army changed thedeemocratically elected President Qazi Grinius with Antena Smetona.
25 DecemberEmperor Tayasho died of a heart attack, and the successor son, Hirohito, who ruled in 1989, became Japan's longest ruled emperor.

Important Historical Events of the Year 1926 in India ⚡

15 JanuaryIndependent India's first Olympic medalist K.D. Jadhav was born.
15 JulyBuses were introduced for the first time in the Indian city of Mumbai.

Famous People's Birthdays in 1926 😀

31 DecemberSyed Zahoor Qasim / Biologist / India
25 NovemberRanganath Misra / Politician / India
02 MayMario Miranda / Cartoonist / India
02 MarchP.K. Vasudevan Nair / Politician / India
08 SeptemberBhupen Hazarika / Poet / India
08 SeptemberBhupen Hazarika / Singer / India
08 JanuaryKelucharan Mohapatra / Choreographer / India
08 OctoberRaaj Kumar / Actor / India
09 AprilR N Malhotra / Civil Servant / India
11 NovemberJohnny Walker / Actor / India
12 MayViren J. Shah / Politician / India
13 DecemberKamal Narain Singh / Lawyer / India
14 FebruaryShiv Chandra Mathur / Politician / India
15 SeptemberAshok Singhal / Politician / India
15 JanuaryKhashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav / Wrestler / India
16 NovemberNasir Hussain / Actor / India
18 FebruaryNalini Jaywant / Actress / India
21 NovemberPrem Nath / Actor / India
23 JanuaryBal Thackeray / Journalist / India
23 JanuaryBalasaheb Thackeray / Politician / India
23 MayBasil Salvadore D'Souza / Bishop / India
23 NovemberSathya Sai Baba / Philosopher / India

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