The year 1945 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1945 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 1945 in World ⚡

02 MaySeeing himself surrounded all around, German dictator Hitlen committed suicide, and a week later, Germany formally surrendered and World War ended. However, the fight on behalf of Japan was still continuing.
26 June50 countries signed the United Nations Declaration in San Francisco.
16 JulyThe US conducted its first test of the atomic bomb.
02 SeptemberCommunist revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh declared Vietnam independent.
02 SeptemberThe Second World War ended after Japan accepted defeat. World War II lasted for six years.
21 OctoberWomen in France got the right to vote for the first time.
24 OctoberThe United Nations was established after World War II with the signature of 50 countries for international cooperation, security, economic development, human rights, social progress and world peace.
06 NovemberFor the first time a jet aircraft FR-1 fireball landed on the aircraft carrier USS Wake Island.
08 NovemberThe ferry accident in Hong Kong killed 1550 people.
16 NovemberThe United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization i.e. UNESCO was decided.
05 AugustUS airplanes dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan.
06 AugustThe US dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima city in Japan.
09 AugustThe US dropped the second atomic bomb named Fat on Nagasaki city in Japan.
10 AugustAfter the defeat of Japan in World War II, the northern part of Korea went under the authority of the Red Army of Russia and a few days later the southern part of Korea went to the right of America.
18 AugustHe died due to a plane crash of Subhash Chandra Bose at Taihoku Airport, Taiwan.
30 AugustAt the end of the second world war, the Allied Military Control Council was established over Germany.
09 DecemberActor and politician Shatrughan Sinha was born.
18 DecemberThe South American country of Uruguay became a member of the United Nations.
27 DecemberThe International Monetary Fund was established with 29 member countries. The objective of this institution is to keep the foreign exchange values ​​stable, streamline commercial development and progress etc.
20 JanuaryFranklin D. Roosevelt became the US President for the fourth time.
21 JanuaryFranklin D. Roosevelt became the President of the US for the fourth time.
13 FebruaryThe Soviet Union captured the Hungarian capital Budapest after a 49-day war with Germany in which one lakh 59 thousand people died.
14 FebruaryPeru, Paraguay, Chile and Ecuador became members of the United Nations.
23 FebruaryThe US hoisted its flag on Japan-controlled island Evo Jima.
24 FebruaryEgypt and Syria declared war against Nazi Germany.
25 FebruaryDuring World War II, Turkey declared war on Germany.
10 MarchDuring World War II, American warplanes heavily bombed Tokyo, the capital of Japan. Due to which about 1 lakh ordinary citizens of Tokyo were killed.
12 AprilThe demise of US President Roosevelt.
12 AprilUS President Franklin D. Roosevelt died in office, Vice President Harry Truman became President.
21 AprilDuring the Second World War, the Soviet Union occupied the outskirts of Berlin.
30 AprilGerman dictator Hitler and his wife Eva Brown committed suicide.
09 JanuaryThe Battle of Bestang Pass began north of Manila.
15 FebruaryGermany started Operation Sankranti on the Eastern Front.
11 MarchBurma saved Mamte, the 36th division of the British.
12 AprilThe Battle of Athition ended with the victory of the Allies
09 MayGerman occupation of the Channel Islands ended.
14 JuneA victory parade was held in Rangoon.
14 JulyItaly declared war on Japan the next day.
09 AugustMongolia declares war with Japan
13 SeptemberThe war started in Vietnam.
12 OctoberThe Communists won the Shangdang campaign.
09 NovemberCanada ratified the United Nations Charter.
10 DecemberAlcide de Gaspieri became the Prime Minister of Italy.
01 JanuarySecond World War: The German Luftwaffe launched Operation Bodenplatte in an attempt to cripple Allied air forces in the Low Countries.
12 JanuaryWorld War II-The Soviet Union's Red Army crossed the Vistula River in Poland on their way to invade Germany.
16 JanuaryWorld War II-Adolf Hitler and his staff moved into the Führerbunker, where he would eventually commit suicide.
20 JanuaryWorld War II-Germany began the evacuation of 1.8 million people from East Prussia, an operation which took nearly two months to complete.
23 JanuaryGerman Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz ordered the beginning ofOperation Hannibal, which became one of the largest emergencyevacuations by sea in history, with over 1 million people transferredover 15 weeks.
26 JanuaryAudie Murphy engaged in action that won him a Medal of Honor And made him one of the most famous and decorated American combat soldiers of World War II.
27 JanuaryThe Soviet Red Army liberated over 7,500 prisoners left behind by Nazi personnel in the Auschwitz concentration camp in Oswiecim,Poland.
30 JanuaryWorld War II-Allied forces liberated over 500 prisoners of war from a Japanese POW camp near Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija, Philippines.
09 FebruaryWorld War II-HMS Venturer sank U-864 in history's only incident where one submarine has intentionally sunk another while both were fully submerged.
09 FebruaryWorld War II-A force of Allied aircraft unsuccessfully attacked a German destroyer in Førdefjorden, Norway.
13 FebruaryWorld War II-The Allies began their strategic bombing ofDresden, Saxony, Germany, resulting in a lethal firestorm which killedtens of thousands of civilians.
23 FebruarySecond World War-In an Allied bombing run on Pforzheim,Germany, approximately 31% of the town's population were killed and 83% of its buildings were destroyed.
23 FebruaryAmerican photographer Joe Rosenthal took the Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima during the Battle of IwoJima, an image that was later reproduced as the U.S. Marine Corps WarMemorial.
03 MarchA former Armia Krajowa unit massacred at least 150 Ukrainian civilians in Pawlokoma, Poland.
06 MarchPetru Groza of the Ploughmen's Front, became the first Prime Minister of the Communist Party-dominated governments of Romania.
07 MarchWorld War II-In Operation Lumberjack, Allied forces seized the Ludendorff Bridge over the Rhine, enabling them to establish and expanda lodgement on German soil that changed the entire nature of theconflict on the Western Front.
09 MarchWorld War II-A bomb raid on Tokyo by American B-29 heavy bombers started a firestorm, killing over 100,000 people.
11 MarchWorld War II-The Empire of Japan established the Empire of Vietnam, a short-lived puppet state, with B?o Ð?i as its ruler.
14 MarchThe British Royal Air Force first used the Grand Slam, a 22,000lb (9.98 t) earthquake bomb, on a strategic railroad viaduct inBielefeld, Germany.
21 MarchWorld War II—Bulgaria and the Soviet Union successfully defend the northern bank of the Drava River in what is known as the Battle of the Transdanubian Hills.
22 MarchEgypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Transjordan, and Yemen founded the Arab League, a regional organization that seeks to promote political, economic, cultural, scientific, and social programs designed to promote the interests of the Arab world. Provides facility.
27 MarchWorld War II – The United States Army Air Forces began laying shipping mines, laying naval mines to disrupt shipping in several important waterways and ports of Japan.
29 MarchWorld War II—The German 4th Army was almost completely stopped at the Heiligenbeil Pocket in EastPrussia by the Soviet Red Army.
01 AprilRain crashed into an iceberg Okinawa, known as 'Rain Steel Rain', causing various species of natives of Britain and America to herds.
04 AprilThe Second World War-American Army captured the German city of Casel after a three-day fight.
06 AprilThe second World War-War of Slater on Bugenville island concluded with a decisive victory for the 7th Brigade of the Australian Army.
11 AprilThe Second World War-American forces freed the Buchanwald concentration camp near the Wimer of Germany.
16 AprilWorld War II-One million Soviet soldiers started a Battle of Seo Heights against 'Gates of Berlin'.
22 AprilAbout 600 prisoners of the Jaisenkov concentration camp in the independent state Croatia revolted, but only 80 managed to escape while the other 520s were killed by the Croatian Swastai regime.
25 AprilThe German army retreated from Northern Finland, closing the Lapland war.
26 AprilSecond World War- Both German and Polish-Soviet sides claimed victory as the major battle in Botan's battle ended.
30 AprilThe Army, as the Second World War, was closing in Berlin, Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun committed suicide in Fuharbankar after being unmarried for a day.
02 MayThe German forces signed a tool of 'Surrender' to surrender in Italy, which formally ends the Italian campaign on 2 May 1945. The Italian campaign of World War II was the name of Operation of Friends Nations in and around Italy.
02 MayThe commander of German soldiers in Berlin, Helmath Weel, the General of World War II, ended the Berlin's battle and handed over the city to the Soviet forces under the leadership of Marshall Geori Zukov.
03 MayThe Second World War-German Ocean Liner Cap Arcona, thousands of prisoners on the board, along with Sanatani camps were left to swim in Lubek's Gulf, was attacked by RAFT Yafoon and drowned.
04 MayThe German Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery signed the terms of unconditional surrender to the German army on 4 May 1945 in the Netherlands, Norway and Denmark, which were before the end of the Second World War in Europe.
04 MaySecond World War: Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery accepted the unconditional surrender of the German army in the Netherlands, North West Germany and Denmark.
08 MayEurope Day was known as victory or just VI Day was celebrated on 8 May 1945 to mark the end of World War II in Europe. On this day, the friendly countries of the Second World War formally accepted the untimely surrender of the Nazi Germany's armed forces.
08 MayMost of the armed forces under German control stopped active operations. The German means of dedication were formally removed, marking the end of World War II in Europe.
08 MayRepresentatives of Obercomando Der Vehramacht signed the Second World War (Wilhelm iconic portrait) in Europe in the presence of the commanders of the Allies in the presence of commanders.
08 MayA parade turned into a riot to celebrate the end of World War II, after which there were large -scale disturbances and murders around French Algeria and around it.
09 MayThe Soviet government marked the Victory Day in World War II on 9 May 1945 after Nazi Germany signed the surrender document. On May 9, the Nazi forces were celebrated to celebrate the victory of the Red Army.
22 MayThe United States military plans to evacuate German scientists and engineers to help with the development of rocket technology.
05 JuneThe Council of Control Council of the Friends took control of Germany. The Council of Control Council of the Friends was a military governing body. It mainly consisted of three nations, the United States, Britain and Soviet Union, later France was also added to the council. All this incident occurred after World War 2, which resulted in the German defeat.
22 JuneThe Okinawa war ended. The Battle of Okinawa was named Operation Iceberg, fought on Ryuku Island in Okinawa and included the biggest amphibian attack in the Pacific War during World War II. The 82-day battle lasted from early April to mid-June 1945.
26 JuneThe United Nations Charter was signed in San Francisco. As a charter, it is an component treaty, and all members are bound by its articles. In addition, Article 103 of the Charter states that the United Nations obligations are more than all other treaty obligations. Most countries of the world have now confirmed the charter.
26 JuneAt a conference in San Francisco, representatives from 50 countries assigned a charter for the establishment of the United Nations.
04 JulyBrazilian cruiser Bahia accidentally drowned by a crew of its own party, in which more than 300 people were killed and stuck in the remaining incented-infected water.
05 JulyThe liberation of the Philippines was declared during the World War. It is an island country in Southeast Asia located in the Western Pacific Ocean. It consisted of over seven thousand islands, roughly classified under three main geographical partitions, known as Luzon, Mindanao and Visayas.
16 JulyManhattan Project-'Trinity', the first nuclear test explosion, was performed near Alamogordo, New Mexico.
17 JulyJoseph Stalin, Winston Churchill and Harry S. Truman, leader of the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom and the United States leader, were found to decide what should be done with Germany after World War II at Popsdam.
26 JulyOn July 5, the Labor Party won the United Kingdom general election with a landslide, with Clement Atallie with Winston Churchill to be made Prime Minister.
06 AugustThe atomic bomb is dropped by the United States on "Little Boy" Hiroshima. It is the most powerful bomb ever, causing about 140,000 people to kill.
06 AugustAnola Gay, an Air Force Air Force of the Second World War-American Army, dropped an atomic bomb named 'Little Boy' on Hiroshima, Japan, killing more than 140,000 people.
09 AugustThe United States dropped the second atomic bomb killing more than 70,000 citizens in Nagasaki, Japan. Hiroshima was dropped the first bomb 3 days ago.
09 AugustThe Second World War-USAF Bombs Boxkar dropped Nagasaki, a atomic bomb called 'Fat Man' destroyed by Nagasaki, Japan.
10 AugustDue to atomic bombs, Japan, looking at his desire to surrender to the Allies, said that his emperor Hirohit is the same.
11 AugustAmid rumors of the kidnapping of children by the Jews in Kraco, a thor of a stick in a pole in the pole, resulting in one dead and five victims.
15 AugustGokuon-Hoso was broadcast in Japan, announcing topical surrender of the Japanese Army and Navy forces.
17 AugustAnimal Farm, the sarcastic metaphor of the British writer George Orwell, was published, published Soviet Totalism.
17 AugustSukarno and Mohammad Hatta announced the independence of Indonesia, which ignored the Indonesian National Revolution against the Dutch Empire.
19 AugustDuring the August Revolution against French colonial rule, under Ho Chi Minh, Vith Minh took over Hanoi in North Vietnam.
21 AugustAmerican physicist Harry K. Daglian, Junior accidentally dropped the tungsten carbide brick on a delta phase plutonium bomb core and prepared itself for a deadly dose of deadly known fatal neutron radiation due to an important accident after 25 days.
25 AugustArmed supporters of the Communist Party of China killed American military intelligence officer and baptist missionary John Bircha. He was leading a mission to reach a Japanese jail camp to reach the personnel of the friendly countries.
26 AugustIt has been revealed that more than 25,000 mice were used in the Manhattan project, to see if radiation will have any bad effect on workers in nuclear bomb plants.
28 AugustThe ration for butter should be reduced again as the requirement of red dots for butter is going below 12 pounds per pound; This is the second deficiency since July when butter was 24 red points per pound.
31 AugustAustralia's Liberal Party, one of the two major Australian political parties, was established to replace the United Australia party.
02 SeptemberJapan formally prepared the Capital, World War II closure for the forces of the friendly countries.
02 SeptemberOn the deck of the United States Navy warship Missouri at Tokyo Bay, representatives of the Empire of Japan and many friendly nations signed the Japanese means of dedication that formally eliminate World War II.
02 SeptemberOn the deck of the United States Navy warship Missouri's Tocoo Bay, the Japanese's empire and the representatives of several allidpower formally signed the Japanese means of dedication at the end of World War II.
05 SeptemberCold War: Soviet cipher clerk Igor Gozenco defeated Canada with more than 100 documents on Soviet espionage activities and sleeper agents.
09 SeptemberThe surrender of 1,000,000 Japanese troops in China ended the second China-Japanese war.
10 SeptemberMike the headless chicken was placed in a field in Colorado; He survived another 18 months before his knees before death in Phoenix, Arizona.
11 SeptemberBatu Lintang, Japanese-Run Camp at Sarwak, was installed in Borneo by the Australian 9th Division, which was completing its mass murder over 2,000 friendly voices and civil trainees for four days.
12 OctoberThe Nazi party has been asked to spread by The Allied Control Council. It has been warned that any attempt to restore it in any form will be considered a criminal offense.
15 OctoberPierre Laval, a two -time chief of the Vieri France government, was arrested on charges of high treason.
16 OctoberThe United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization was forbidden to lead international efforts to fragrate in Cubek City, Canada.
18 OctoberArgentina military officer and politician Juan Peron, a married actress Eva Dute, known as Avita.
21 OctoberIn France, women are given the right to vote as part of the women's franchise movement. This will now allow them to vote as part of the women's franchise movement in the parliamentary elections.
24 OctoberChina, France, Soviet Union, Britain and America approved the charter for a new and officially established United Nations.
24 OctoberThe United Nations Constitution, the United Nations Constitution, the Republic of China, France, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, the United States, and other signators came into force after being approved by the majority.
25 OctoberChina makes Taiwan's administration successful for the Allies after Japan.
10 NovemberIndonesian National Revolution -British officer Brigadier A. W. S. A few weeks before the assassination of the debris, the British started their vengeance by attacking Surbaya, Indonesia.
12 NovemberSudiraman Kondrose was elected the first commander-in-chief of the armed forces.
13 NovemberGeneral Chiang Kai-Shek soldiers captured the Chinese coastal great wall city of Shanhikwan, accusing the communists of the victory of nationalists.
16 NovemberThe United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) was established.
20 NovemberThe Nurnberg test of 24 led Najisinwal during the Holocaust and various war crimes during World War II began in Nurnberg, Germany.
05 DecemberA team of five American naval TBF Avenger Torpedo Bombers Flight 19 disappeared in the region which is now known as Bermuda Triangle.

Important Historical Events of the Year 1945 in India ⚡

09 OctoberFamous Indian sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan was born.
30 OctoberIndia joined the United Nations.
05 NovemberThe trial of the cases of prisoners of Indian National Army (INA) started at Red Fort.

Famous People's Birthdays in 1945 😀

19 JuneAung San Suu Kyi / Politician / Myanmar
01 OctoberRamnath Kovind / Politician / India
10 DecemberRanjana Kumar / Banker / India
31 MarchMeira Kumar / Politician / India
01 NovemberNarendra Dabholkar / Author / India
01 OctoberRamnath Kovind / Politician / India
02 AugustBunker Roy / Activist / India
03 OctoberMadhavrao Scindia / Politician / India
06 DecemberShekhar Kapur / Producer / India
09 OctoberAmjad Ali Khan / Instrumentalist / India
09 MarchB.B. Bhattacharya / Economist / India
10 MarchMadhavrao Scindia / Politician / India
10 DecemberRanjana Kumar / Economist / India
12 MayK. G. Balakrishnan / Lawyer / India
13 AugustRobin Jackman / Cricketer / India
17 MayB.S. Chandrasekhar / Cricketer / India
17 SeptemberBhakti Charu Swami / Religious Leader / India
17 JanuaryJaved Akhtar / Poet / India
17 SeptemberJoginder Jaswant Singh / Soldier / India
17 JulyNirmal Jit Singh Sekhon / Soldier / India
20 DecemberSivakant Tiwari / Author / India
21 AprilSrinivasaraghavan Venkataraghavan / Cricketer / India
22 AprilGopalkrishna Gandhi / Politician / India
23 MayPadmarajan / Writer / India

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