14 July History | 14 July History: Today, ice-making machine is deposited in homes every day, do you know when this was done for the first time, History of July 14: Ice-making machine debut, know about today’s history

14 July History | 14 July History: Today, ice-making machine is deposited in homes every day, do you know when this was done for the first time, History of July 14: Ice-making machine debut, know about today’s history

Today's History, 14 July

Today’s History, 14th July (Credits: iStock)&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspIndiatimes, Representative Image

New Delhi : Some such inventions are recorded on a particular day in history, which are still a part of our everyday life. Talking about July 14, on this day ice setting was demonstrated for the first time.

It was only on 14 July that the British army started returning to their country from Iraq. In fact, they were deployed there to protect the Kurds. These forces were part of Operation Heaven, which was deployed to Iraq to resettle some 4.5 million Kurdish refugees.

The serial details of other important events recorded in the name of 14th July in the history of the country are as follows:-

1223: After the death of Philip II, his son Louis becomes King of France.
1636 Mughal emperor Shah Jahan appointed Aurangzeb as the Viceroy of the Deccan.
1789: Beginning of the French Revolution. During the revolution, the people of Paris took control of the historic prison of Bastille and destroyed a large part of it.
1850: First public display of machine-set ice.
1861: An American man named Cott Ling created the machine gun as a weapon based on the experiences and research of the inventions of the past.
1914: Robert H. Goggard obtained the patent for the design of the first liquid fuel based rocket.
1927: The first commercial flight of the aircraft begins in the Hawaiian Islands.
1940: Suez is bombed by German bombers in World War II.
1951: The first color broadcast of a sporting event in the form of a horse race on the CBS channel.
1965: A NASA spacecraft passing by Mars takes the first close-up pictures of another planet.
1969: In Jaipur, 85 people died in a collision between a goods train and a passenger train.
1969: The US Department of the Treasury and the Federal Reserve System discontinue 500, 1,000, 5,000 and $10,000 notes.
1972: The then Soviet Union conducted an underground nuclear test.
1987: Martial law abolished in Taiwan after 37 years.
1991: The withdrawal of British forces from Iraq.
1996: The US begins sending arms to Pakistan under the Brown Amendment.
2008: The Executive Parliament of Nepal approves the Constitution Amendment Bill to elect the Prime Minister.
2014: The Church of England votes in favor of making women bishops.
2015: NASA’s New Horizons becomes the first spacecraft to visit Pluto.

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