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Historical Events - August 19.
The first temple to built, the Roman goddess of love, beauty, and fertility.
Ahmednagar was captured by Akbar the great.
The first Rupee coin of East India Company was minted in Kolkata.
The first automobile race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Afghanistan got independence from United Kingdom.
Bhuvaneshvar became the capital of Odisha.
Pol Pot, ex-dictator of Cambodia, is sentenced to death for genocides in his absence by the Vietnamese-backed Cambodian government.
Poland became the first country in Eastern Europe to end one-party rule as Solidarity’s Tadeusz Mazowiecki took office as prime minister.
: Orville wright, American engineer and pilot, co-founder of Wright Company. Best known for his
: Coco Chanel, a French fashion designer who revolutionized women’s clothing.
: Sundar Sastri Satyamurti, Indian freedom fighter and politician.
: Hajari Prasad Dwivedi, Indian historian and author.
: Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, 9 president of India.
: Bill Clinton, American lawyer and politician, 42 president of United States.
: Sudha Murti, Indian social worker, and author. Chairperson of the foundation.
: Satya Nandella, Indian American engineer and business executive. He issucceeding Steve Ballmer in 2014.
: us, the Roman Emperor.
: Blaise Pascal, French mathematician, and physicist who laid the foundation of the modern theory of.
: George Gamow was a Russian theoretical physicist best known for his contribution to George Lemaitre’s.
: Jan Nisar Akhtar, India poet of Urdu Gazal and Nazm. He was a part of the progressive writers’ movement.
: Otto Frank, German Swiss businessman, father of Anne Frank.
: Utpal Dutt, Indian actor and film director.
: Linus Pauling, American chemist and biologist. Nobel prize laureate.
: Bineshwar Bramha, Indian poet, author and educator.