The year 1953 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1953 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.
|Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay became the first to reach Mount Everest.
|Queen Elizabeth II was crowned on the British throne.
|The only Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, who was elected twice consecutively in the history of Pakistan, was born. She was also the first Prime Minister of any Islamic country.
|The successful revolution began in Cuba under the leadership of Communist revolutionary Fidel Castro.
|Television began broadcasting in Belgium.
|Pakistan officially became the Islamic Republic.
|Cambodia became independent from France.
|Cambridge University identified and photographed the polio virus for the first time.
|Eminent drama writer Poogeen O'Neill of America died at the age of 65.
|French forces removed Mohammed bin Yusuf, the Sultan of Morocco, from Sidi.
|The then Soviet Russia detonated the first hydrogen bomb.
|US President Harry Truman announced the creation of the hydrogen bomb.
|Marshal Josip was elected President of Yugoslavia.
|Sangeet Natak Akademi was established.
|130 passengers and sailors were killed in a ferry accident in the Irish Sea. The British ferry Princess Victoria was heading to Northern Ireland when the accident occurred.
|More than 2500 people died in floods in the Netherlands, Belgium, England and Scotland, in which only 1836 people died in the Netherlands.
|The Soviet Union broke diplomatic relations with Israel.
|Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin, who had been in power for 29 years, died.
|The earthquake in western Turkey killed more than 250 people.
|The Academy Awards were broadcast for the first time on television.
|Queen Mary, grandmother of the Queen of Britain, died while asleep.
|Dr. Jonas Salk announced new vaccines to protect against polio.
|Hilly and Tenzing Norgay conquered Mount Everest, the world's highest peak.
|The Asian Socialist Conference opened in Rangoon, Burma.
|The premiere of Walt Disney's feature film Peter Pan began.
|Nikita Khrushchev was elected the first secretary of the Soviet Communist Party.
|The Melbourne Knights were established in Melbourne as Croatia SC.
|Hussein was crowned King of Jordan.
|Austria and the Soviet Union established diplomatic relations.
|A majority of Mormon sects in Arizona were raided Short Creek.
|The French government ousted Morocco's King Mohammed V, capturing him in Corsica.
|Sugar ration was abolished in Britain.
|The British Government suspended the Guyana Constitution.
|Cambodia became independent from France.
|Albert Schitzer was awarded the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize.
|The first Asian Socialist Conference, an organization of socialist political parties in Asia, opened in Rangoon, Burma, with 177 delegates, observers and fraternal guests.
|An article published in Pravda accused some of the most prestigious physicians in the Soviet Union, mostly Jews, of taking part in a vast plot to poison members of the top Soviet political and military leadership.
|Josip Broz Tito was inaugurated as the first President of Yugoslavia.
|Jonas Salk announces successful testing of his polio vaccine on a small group of adults and children.
|The molecular structure of nucleic acid was first published by molecular biologist Jams Watson and Francis Crick in a scientific helicopter, describing the discovery of double helix structural DNA.
|Don Murphy organized the first pinewood darby for Cubscouts of Boy Scouts in the US, where wooden cars manufactured by threshold are run.
|American Jacqueline Kochran became the first female pilot to visit supersonic on May 18, 1953 when she flew the Canadier F -86 Seber Jet aircraft and broke the sound inhibitor.
|Rogers Dry Lake, in California, in her Canadare Seber, became the first female pilot to break the American Kohar Kohar Kochar sound barrier.
|Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norge became the first people to reach the summit of Mount Everest on the 39th birthday of Tenzing Norge. Sir Edmund Parival Hillary was a climber, explorer and philanthropist of New Zealand. Tenzing Norgi gave birth to Namgyal Wangdi and often known as Sherpa Tenzing, a Nepali Sherpa was a climber.
|The Supreme Court of the United States ruled that Washington D.C. In the restaurant can not refuse to serve black patrons. Earlier, blacks in the US were denied basic human rights due to racism.
|The same storm killed more than 200 people in two tornado flints, Michigan and Worsestor, Massachusetts, in addition to two cities Morithan 650 miles (1, 050 km).
|Douglas C -124 GlobeMaster II aircraft Tachchwa, crashed after bus from Japan, killing more than 100 people along with all 129 people in aircraft accident.
|American Julius and Athail Rosenberg were executed as detectives to the Soviet Union, the mystery of American nuclear weapons.
|Fidel Castro and his brother Raul led a group of about 160 rebels in a failed attack on Monkada Barrack, thus the Cuba Revolution.
|A ceasefire was signed to eliminate enmity in the Korean war, officially the Korea division was closed indefinitely by creating a 4 km (2.5 mi) wide dimilitated zone across the Korea peninsula.
|The first Indochina War-The French Union removed its army from the Camper League against Viet Minh in Central Modern-Day Vietnam.
|The first Indo China War-The French Union withdrew its army from Operation Kemarg against Viet Minh in Central Modern-Day Vietnam.
|The United Kingdom and the United States intelligence agencies stopped the coup of Iran Prime Minister Mohammad Mosdeg and restored the full monarchy of Mohammad Raza Pahlavi.
|North Korean No Kum -Soq, with his MiG -15, unknowingly failed as an American attempt to bribe Communist pilots, inadvertently, Operation Mulla.
|Israeli military commander Ariel Sharon and his unit 101 special forces attacked the West Bank at Qibya village, destroying 45 buildings, killing 42 villagers and injuring 15 others.
|The British Nuclear Testing Totem 1 was exploded to the Emo Field of South Australia.
|The Alto Broadcasting System at the Philippines broadcast the first broadcast on DZAQ-TV in South-East Asia.
|According to a revelation, Israel and Arab states were already warned that the United States could not financially support the Middle East forever. The reason for this burden was mainly plan to construct the Jordan River, and assist 800,000 Israeli refugees.
|Representatives of the United Nations have suggested immediate direct dialogue to be organized between Jordan and Israel. The underlying objective of these dialogues was to avoid further border struggle between these two provinces.
|US President Eisenhawar called the Canadian Parliament speech. Its purpose was to address Russia to form a US-Canadian preventive alliance as it was reported that Russia could attack with nuclear weapons.
|The collision between the Italian steamer, Vitoria Claudia and the French ore carrier leads The Peroine the English Channel Vitoria Claudia to the death of 20 Italian Semen.
|Vladimir Nabokov completed his controversial novel Lolita, five years after it started.
|On North Island, New Zealand, in Tangivai, a railway bridge was damaged by Ek Lahar and fell under a passenger train, killing 151 people.