September 25, 2022
Aaj Ka Itihas: On September 22, the founder of Sikhism and the first Guru Nanak Dev Ji died in Kartarpur, Punjab.

Aaj Ka Itihas 22 September 2022: In today’s history, today we will know about the events related to 22 September. Let us tell you that in the pages of history, there are many such important events that happened in India and the world on the day of 22 September, which are very interesting to know about. Many times you must have also read and heard about many such historical events about history, which must have been related to the history of 22 September.

So let us try to know by turning the pages of some history that on this day i.e. 22nd September, what are the main events that happened in the country and the world.

Often we hear that our history is very old, but we do not have complete information about the history of our country and the world, so we are making a small effort here, which will give you information about the history of the whole country and the world and today’s history. So that your knowledge can increase further.

So let’s know today about some important events in the history of September 18, about the birthdays of those people who came to the world and made a big name, as well as about those famous people who left this world. It is noteworthy that on September 22, many events took place in India and the world, which are named in the pages of history, and often you all must have read about many such historical events about history, which are related to the history of September 22.

So let us know that on 22nd September, what were the special events that happened on this day in the history of the country and the world.

Historical Events of 22 September

1792 – The establishment of the French Republic is announced.

1789 – The US Congress authorizes the office of the Postmaster General.

1885 – Lord Randolph delivers a speech in Ulster opposing the Churchill Home Rule.

1857 – The Russian battleship Lifort capsizes in the Gulf of Finland during a storm, carrying 826 aboard. 1888 – The first issue of National Geographic magazine is published.

1903 – American citizen Italo Marchioni is granted a patent for an ice cream cone. 1862 – Slavery in the United States: An Early Version of the Emancipation Proclamation was issued.

1919 – The 1919 steel strike, led by the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers, begins in Pennsylvania before spreading across the United States.

1922 – The Mandate of Palestine is approved by the League of Nations.

1934 – An explosion occurs at Graceford Colliery in Wales, killing 266 miners and rescuers.

1910 – The Duke of York’s Picture House opens in Brighton, the oldest operating cinema in Britain.

1914 – The German frigate Imden bombed the Madras port.

1922 – The Mandate of Palestine is approved by the League of Nations.

1949 – The Soviet Union successfully tests the first atomic bomb.

1955 – Commercialization of television begins in Britain. In this, only six minutes of advertising was allowed to be broadcast every hour and it was not allowed to run on Sunday mornings.

1961 – US President John F. Kennedy signs an Act of Congress establishing the Peace Corps.

1965 – On this day, a ceasefire took place at the initiative of the United Nations in the war between India and Pakistan.

1966 – The American spacecraft ‘Surveyor 2’ collides with the surface of the Moon.

1977 – The American football team arrives in Calcutta (now Kolkata) to play two exhibition matches under the leadership of Pele.

1980 – The ongoing border conflict between Iran and Iraq turns into a war.

1988 – The Government of Canada apologizes for the detention of citizens of Japan and Canada during World War II and also promises compensation.

1988 – The year of publication of National Geographic magazine begins on this day.

1992 – The United Nations General Assembly expels Yugoslavia for its role in the war between Bosnia and Herzegovina.

1948 – Gail Halverson officially begins parachuting candy to children as part of the Berlin Air Lift.

1957 – In Haiti, François Duvalier is elected president.

1960 – The Sudanese Republic is renamed Mali after Senegal is withdrawn from the Mali Federation.

1965 – The Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 (also known as the Second Kashmir War) between India and Pakistan over Kashmir ends after the United Nations calls for a ceasefire.

1975 – Sarah Jane Moore tried to assassinate US President Gerald Ford.

1979 – A bright flash, resembling the detonation of a nuclear weapon, was observed near the Prince Edward Islands.

1980 – Iran–Iraq War: Iraq invades Iran.

1991 – The Dead Sea Scrolls are made available to the public for the first time by the Huntington Library.

1995 – Nagercoil School bombing, carried out by the Sri Lankan Air Force, in which at least 34 people are killed.

2002 – France sends its army to Ivory Coast.

2006 – The Atlantis space craft, which was on the construction mission of the International Space Station, landed safely at the Kennedy Space Center in the US. A 10-member team of the National Cadet Corps leaves for Moscow.

2007 – Iran demonstrated the Dhadr missile with a range of 1800 km.

2007 – NASA’s Aircraft discovers seven cave-like figures on Mars.

2008 – Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh left on a ten-day visit to the US and France.

2011 – The Planning Commission of India, in an affidavit filed in the Supreme Court, denies that a person spending Rs 965 per month in cities and Rs 781 in villages as poor.

2013 – At least 75 people are killed in a suicide attack on a Christian church in Peshawar, Pakistan.

Famous People Born on 22 September

1791 – English scientist Michael Faraday was born.

1869 – Indian social reformer VS Srinivasa Shastri was born.

1902 – Ruhollah Khomeini, Iran’s religious leader, politician, and first Supreme Leader, was born.

1922 – Chen Ning Yang, Chinese physicist and Nobel laureate, was born.

1950 – Pawan Kumar Chamling, the Chief Minister of the Indian state of Sikkim and the founder of the political party ‘Sikkim Democratic Front’, was born.

1964 – Liam Fox, a Scottish politician, was born.

Famous Persons Death on 22 September

1539 – On this day the first Guru Nanak Dev Ji of the Sikh community died in Kartarpur, Punjab. He was the founder of Sikhism.

1791 – Physicist and chemist Michael Faraday died.

1961 – Marion Davis, American film actress, died. 1979 – Maulana Abdul Ali Maududi, the founder of Jamiat-e-Islam, died.

1989 – Irving Berlin, American musician, died.

1991 – Durga Khote, a famous actress of Hindi and Marathi films, died.

2015 – Yogi Bera, American baseball player and manager, died.

Important Festival and Days on 22 September

World Rose Day

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