The year 1928 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1928 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 first color TV program aired in London.
|A severe storm in Florida killed 6000 people.
|Chiyang Kai-shek became the President of the National Government of China.
|For the first time, a machine named 'Iron Lung ' was used for a child at Children's Hospital in Boston, USA.
|The use of the Roman script instead of Arabic for the Turkish language began.
|Freedom fighters Lala Lajpat Rai died after being injured in a lathi charge.
|For the first time, Mickey Mouse appeared on the big screen with his film Steamboat Willie.
|In Brisbane, England were beaten by Australia by a record 675 runs.
|To avenge the murder of Lala Lajpat Rai, Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev killed British police officer John Sanders, who charged him with sticks.
|The first spoken film, "Melody of Love", was screened in Kolkata.
|The first air-conditioned office in the US opened in San Antonio.
|The first fully automated photo film making machine was patented.
|Raja Ramanna, the country's leading physicist, was born.
|Gandhiji declared Satyagraha in Bardoli.
|Cv Raman invented the Raman effect for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize.
|Donna Culbride, American poet, writer and library director, died. Who was the first official poet of America.
|600 people died due to floods caused by the breaking of the St. Francis Dam in California.
|The Madame Tussauds exhibition, famous for wax sculptures, was shown in London.
|Charlie Chaplin's silent comedy film The Circus premiered at the Strand Theater in New York City.
|Actress May Clarke married Chicago-based dancer and comedian Lev Bruce.
|The silent film Mother Machary directed by John Ford premiered at the Globe Theater in New York City.
|Harold Lloyd silent comedy film Speedy was released.
|American Walter Hagen won the Open Championship Golf Tournament in England.
|The House and Senate election was held in the Philippines, with the Nacionalist party winning.
|Eleftherios Venizelos was elected as the Prime Minister of Greece for the fifth time.
|The liner SS Bremen was launched in the German Ocean.
|8 people died in a storm in northeast Nebraska
|German voters approved construction of new warships in national referendum
|Romanian radio broadcasting company started.
|England won the first Test cricket match against Australia by 675 runs.
|Cartoon character Mickey Mouse was first displayed in an American animated short-film plane crazy, which was released on 15 May 1928 by Walt Disney Studios. It was a silent film and the following year it was again released on 17 March 1929 as a sound cartoon.
|Mikki and Minni Mouse made their film debut in the animated film Plain Crazy.
|Australian Aviator Charles Kingsford Smith and his crew landed in the Southern Cross aircraft in Brisbane, completing the first ever-pacific flight for Australia from the mainland in the United States.
|The first battle of Isonozo took place during the First World War. It was fought between the forces of Austrian and Hungary. This resulted in a strategic victory of Austria and Hungary.
|Chilllicothe Baking Company, Chilllicothe, in Missouri, first chopped bread, 'Since the biggest forward step ' of the incoming industry since bread wrapping, after which the biggest thing of the popularfrease 'slices' ' became.
|In a cafe in Paisley, Scotland, May Donogue found a snail in a bottle of ginger beer, which launched a landmark civil action matters, one of the British common law, Donogahu Vetavenson.
|More than sixty nations signed a celebrity-brand pact, sacrificing as a means of national policy.
|Albanian Republic President Ahmat Zogu announced that the country is now a constitutional monarchy and is his own king named Regog I.
|Scottish biologist and pharmacologist Alexander Flaming discovered penicillin when he saw a bacterial mold in his laboratory.
|A worldwide organization at the Catholic Church established the Spanish priest Josemaria Escreva, which teaches that everyone can be a saint.
|A 'Iron Lung' medical ventilator designed by Philip Dinker and his colleagues at Boston's Childrenhores was first used to treat poliomyelitis.
|Turkish President Mustafa Kemal Ataturk introduced the current 29-sykshak Turkish alphabet to change the Turkish Turkish alphabet official writing system.
|The current 29-sykshak Turkish alphabet was introduced, which replaces the Turk Turkish alphabet as the official writing system of the Turkish language.
|Around 111 people, mostly women and children, died, the British ocean liner SS Westris was abandoned due to drowning in the West Atlantic Ocean.
|Walt Disney's steamboat Willie, the first fully post-made synchronized sound animated cartoon, was released.
|At the behest of the United States, the Colombian army suppressed a one -month long strike by joint fruit companyworkers.