On 9 th August 1945, US drops second atomic bomb “Fat Man” on Nagasaki
A sequence of important events recorded on the date of August 9 in the history of the country is as follows: –
1173: Construction of the leaning tower of Pisa in Italy started.
1683: The British monarchy, through an order, gave the East India Company the right to declare war or peace in Asia.
1788: Ghulam Qadir snatches his dagger in Delhi’s Sultan Shah Alam II and blindsides it. 1831: Steam engine trains run for the first time in America.
1831: Steam engine train ran for the first time in America.
1892: Thomas Alva Edison patented the two-way telegraph.
1925: Revolutionaries loot a train at Kakori. The purpose of the revolutionaries was to rob the government treasury from the train and buy weapons from those money.
1942: Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi was arrested by the British government.
1945: US dropped atomic bomb on Nagasaki city of Japan.
1970:Death of Trilokinath Chakraborty, the country’s great freedom fighter and anonymous hero. He spent 30 years of his life in prison. He was probably the longest serving freedom fighter in prison.
1971: Signing of the Indo-Russian Friendship Treaty.
1999: Russian President Boris Yeltsin sacked Prime Minister Sergei Stapshin and appointed Intelligence Service chief Vladimir Putin as acting Prime Minister.
2005: NASA’s manned spacecraft Discovery landed safely at a California-based airbase after its 14-day adventure and risky journey.