Questions of today’s method in history 16-05-2020

Questions of today's method in history 16-05-2020

  1770 – Marie Antoinette, married at the age of 14 to Louis XVI, the future King of France, who was 15 years old.

1866 – U.S. Congress first authorized 5-percent printing.

1868 – U.S. President Andrew Johnson was acquitted in the Senate indictment by one vote.

1879 – The Gandam Treaty between Russia and England establishes the Afghan state.

1881 – The first electric tram service is introduced to the public in Germany.

1888 – Emil Berliner makes his first performance of recording on a flat disc.

1888 – Texas capital is dedicated in Austin.

1910 – US The Bureau of Mines was created by America. Congress authorized

1914 – American Horseshoe Pitcher Association (AHPA) formed in Kansas, Kansas.

1920 – Joan of Arc was adopted in Rome.

1929 – First Academy Award held in Hollywood.

1939 – Philadelphia Athletics and Cleveland Indians meet in Shibe Park, Philadelphia for the first baseball game to be played under the lights in the American League.

1946 – any Get Your gun opened on broadway.

1946 – Jack Mullin shows the world the first magnetic tape recorder.

1948 – CBS News reporter George Polk’s body found in the Gulf of Solonica, Greece. He disappeared a week later.

1960 – Big Four Summit in Paris collapses due to US U-2 spy plane crash.

1960 – Theodore Myman demonstrates the first working laser at the Hughes Research Laboratory in California.

1963 – Gordon Cooper returns to Earth after 22 Earth orbits, ending Project Mercury.

1965 – Spaghetti-OS sold for the first time.

1969 – Russian spacecraft Venus 5 landed on Venus.

1975 – Japanese climber Junko Tabi becomes the first woman to reach the summit of Everest.
1977 – A New York Airways helicopter crashes on Manhattan’s Pan Am building, sending five large people on rotor blades.

1985 – myilchlael jordan was named rookie of the year in the nba

1987 – Bobrow 400 departs from New York Harbor carrying 3,200 tons of waste. Bjare traveled 6,000 miles in search of a place to ease his burden. It returned to New York Harbor after 8 weeks with the same weight.

1988 – Surgeon General c. A report released by Everett Coop declared that nicotine is addictive, exactly like heroin and cocaine.

1988 – Police say they do not have a search warrant to pick up garbage. The Supreme Court ruled.

1991 – Queen Elizabeth II by the U.S. He was the first British ruler to address the Congress.

1992 – Endeavor spacecraft landed safely after its first voyage.

1996 – Admiral Jeremy “Mike” Borda, the country’s top naval officer, is wounded by a self-inflicted gunshot wound after questioning his military titles.

2000 – U.S. The first Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton is in New York on a trip to America. The senator was nominated to run for the seat. He was the first American contestant to run for public office. The First Lady.

2003 – Adam Rich is sentenced to three years in prison after pleading no contest to misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence and possession of a controlled substance. Ina was ordered to participate in a 60-day treatment program and pay a fine of around Rs 1,200.

2005 – Sony Corp unveils three styles of its new PlayStation 3 video game machine

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