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21st October

1512
Martin Luther joined the theological ability of the University of Wittenberg on 21st October, 1512. Martin Luther, O.S.A. born on 10th November 1483. He was a recognized German professor of theology, priest, composer, and monk and a seminal character in the Protestant Reformation. He died on 18th February 1546. Luther came to discard numerous practices and teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. He powerfully borderline the Catholic view on tolerances as he unspoken it to be, that liberty from God’s penalty for sin could be bought with money. The Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg is also called to as MLU, is a public. It research-oriented university in the metropolises of Wittenberg and Halle in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. The Martin Luther University is shortly called MLU. This offers German and international courses leading to academic grades such as BA, BSc, MA, MSc, Habilitation and doctoral degrees.

1824
Joseph Aspdin patented Portland cement on 21st October, 1824. Joseph Aspdin was a recognized English cement manufacturer. He found the understandable for Portland cement on 21st October 1824. Portland cement is the most popular type of cement in general use about the world as a basic element of concrete, stucco, mortar, and non-specialty grout. This was established from other sorts of hydraulic lime in England during the mid 19th century, and typically creates from limestone. The most popular cement is called ordinary Portland cement. It is grey in color, but white Portland cement is also available

1854
On 21st October, 1854, Florence Nightingale and a group of staffs of 38 nurses were sent to the Crimean War. Florence Nightingale, OM, RRC, DStJ was an English social statistician and improver. She was the founder of modern nursing. She is now one of the most renowned people from the Victorian era. Nightingale came to importance while portion as a manager of nurses qualified by her during the Crimean Conflict, where she organized the treatment to injured soldiers. She gave treatment a highly favorable standing and became an icon of Victorian culture, especially in the persona of “The Lady with the Lamp” making rounds of injured soldiers at night. The Crimean War was an armed battle occurred from the year 1853 to year 1856 in which the Russian Realm lost to an association of the Ottoman Empire, France, Britain and Sardinia.

1879
On 21st October, 1879, Thomas Edison applied for a patent for his enterprise for an glowing light bulb. Thomas Alva Edison was an American originator and businessman. He is a famous as America’s greatest inventor. He created many important devices what importantly influenced life around the world, with the phonograph, the motion picture camera, and the long-lasting, practical electric light bulb. Dubbed “The Wizard of Menlo Park”, he was one of the 1st inventors to apply the values of mass production and large-scale teamwork to the procedure of invention, and because of that, he is often accredited with the creation of the first industrial research laboratory. An incandescent light bulb is also called incandescent lamp or incandescent light globe. It is an electric light with a wire filament frenzied to such a high temperature that it radiances with visible light.

1888
On 21st October, 1888, the foundation of the Swiss Social Democratic Party created. The Social Democratic Party of Switzerland is a political party what is found in Switzerland. This is signified by 2 Federal Councilors since the year 1960. It got the 2nd most votes in the year 2015 national elections. The party was originated on 21st October 1888. It is presently the 2nd largest of the 4 leading coalition political parties in Switzerland. The existing members in the Swiss Federal Council are Simonetta Sommaruga and Alain Berset.

1895
The Republic of Formosa collapsed as Japanese forces occupied on 21st October, 1895. The Republic of Formosa was a short-lived republic that occurred on the island of Taiwan in the year 1895. It occurred between the formal cession of Taiwan by the Qing Dynasty of China to the Realm of Japan by the Agreement of Shimonoseki and it being taken over by Japanese hordes. Though sometimes claimed as the 1st Asian republic to have been declared, it was antedated by the Lanfang Republic in Borneo, established in the year 1777, as well as by the Republic of Ezo in Japan, established in 1869. The Realm of Japan was the historical Japanese nation-state. It was the great power what occurred from the Meiji Restoration in the year 1868 to the performing of the year 1947 constitution of modern Japan

1912
During the First Balkan War, on 21st October, 1912, Kardzhali was unconventional by Bulgarian military forces. Warren Gamaliel Harding was the 29th President of the United States. He served as a president from 4th March, 1921 until the end of life in the year 1923. He was one of the most popular presidents, but the subsequent experience of scandals that held under his administration, such as Teapot Dome, eroded his current regard, as did exposes of an affair by Nan Britton, one of his lovers. Lynching is a serious penalty by an informal group. This is the most often used to describe informal public performances by a mob for punishing an supposed transgressor, or to threaten a group.

1944
During the World War II, on 21st October, 1944, Nemmersdorf annihilation held against the German civilians. The Nemmersdorf massacre was a citizen massacre what supposedly committed by Red Army soldiers in the late stages during the World War II. Nemmersdorf was one of the 1st pre-war ethnic German villages to decrease to the proceeding Red Army during the Second World War. On 21st October 1944, Soviet soldiers supposedly killed many German citizens and French and Belgian civilians.

1945
In the Women’s suffrage, on 21st October, 1945, Women are permitted to give vote in France for the 1st time. Women’s suffrage is called woman suffrage, female suffrage or women’s right to vote. It is developed for establishing the right of women to vote in elections. By this society, limited voting rights were expanded by women in Finland, Sweden, Iceland and some Australian colonies and western U.S. states in the late 19th century.

1994
On 21st October, 1994, In Seoul, 32 people were murdered when the Seongsu Bridge collapses. The Seongsu Bridge is a bridge over the Han River in Seoul, South Korea. The bridge relations the Gangnam and Seongdong districts. In the year 1979, the cantilever bridge was accomplished and its entire length is 1160 m. The bridge collapsed on 21st October, 1994. The bridge collapsed primary in the morning when one of its existing slabs fell for a disappointment of the interruption structure. This structural disappointment was produced by unfortunate welding of the steel ties.

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