Today In History: Henry IV’s assassination in France and Louis XIII sitting on the throne of France

May 14, 2022 by No Comments

The major events of May 14 in India and world history are as follows:

1607 – The British established their first permanent base in North America. It was renamed James Town, Virginia.

1610 – Henry IV is assassinated in France and Louis XIII ascends the throne of France.
1702 – England and the Netherlands declare war on France and Spain.
1811 – Paraguay is liberated from Spanish suzerainty.
1878 – The Vaseline brand name is first registered by Robert A. Chesbrough.
1879 – Thomas Edison joins the Edison Telephone Company of Europe.
1908 – The Wright brothers take off on the Wai.
1944 – British troops capture Kohima.
1948 – Israel declares independence from Britain.
1955 – The Soviet Union and its allies in Eastern Europe sign this treaty in Warsaw, the capital of Poland. Through this, an agreement was reached on the development of economic, military and cultural relations between the member countries.
1963 – Kuwait becomes the 111th member of the United Nations.
1973 – The US Supreme Court upholds equal rights for women in the military.
1984 – Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, was born.
1992- India imposed sanctions on Liye.
2010- Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, former Vice President of India, passed away.
2012 – 1500 Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli prisons agree to end the hunger strike.
2013 – Brazil becomes the 15th country to recognize same-sex marriage.


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