by

30th October

1718
On 30th October, 1718, King Charles XII of Sweden died in a barrier of the fortress of Fredriksten in Norway. Charles XII is also called Carl Latinized to Carolus Rex and it was a Monarch of Sweden. He served from the year 1697 to year 1718. He fit to the House of Palatinate-Zweibrücken what was a subdivision line of the House of Wittelsbach. Charles was the only alive son of Charles XI and Ulrika Eleonora the Elder. He supposed power, after a 7 months caretaker government, at the age of 15. The Siege of Fredriksten was a barrier of the Norwegian fortress of Fredriksten in the city of Fredrikshald, today’s Halden, by Charles XII of Sweden. Though examining his troops’ lines, Charles XII was murdered by a missile that shot into the left side of his head and out of the right. The Swedes broke the siege off, and the Norwegians reserved the fort.

1829
First Welland Canal opened for a trial run, 5 years to the day from the ground contravention on 30th October, 1829. The Welland Canal has complete dmany personifications in its history. Today, 5 separate canal-construction labors were documented. The retronym First Welland Canal was fully functional to the original canal what made from the year 1824 to year 1829 and year 1831 to year 1833. The Great Lakes form an outstanding navigation route what is into the inner of North America. Downstream from Niagara Falls, ships can reach the port city of Montreal without encountering major difficulties. Upstream, the lakes are navigable all the way to the western end of Lake Superior.

1864
On 30th October, 1864, Helena, Montana was developed after four prospectors discover gold at “Last Chance Gulch”. Helena is the capital city of the U.S. state of Montana. This is the county seat of Clark County and Lewis. Prospecting is the 1st stage of the environmental analysis of a territory. This is the physical search and investigation for fossils, minerals, precious mineral and metals or specimens. It is also called fossicking. Prospecting is a small-scale method of mineral search which is an organized. Prospecting is physical work, sifting, involving traversing, panning and outcrop investigation, looking for signs of mineralization.

1868
On 30th October, 1868, A statue of King Charles XII of Sweden was inducted in Stockholm’s Kungsträdgården. Charles XII is also called Carl and Latinized to Carolus Rex. He was a King of Sweden from the year 1697 to year 1718. He fitted to a branch line of the House of Wittelsbach and the House of Palatinate-Zweibrücken. Charles was the only living son of Charles XI and Ulrika Eleonora the Elder. He presumed power, after a 7 months caretaker government, at the age of 15. Charles’ following march on Moscow encountered with early achievement as conquest what followed conquest, the most important of which was the War of Holowczyn where the smaller Swedish military directed a Russian military twice the size.

1918
The Ottoman Empire signed the Armistice of Mudros with the Allies. The Ottoman Empire is also called in Western Europe or the Turkish Empire or Turkey. It was an territory originated at the end of the 13th century in northwestern Anatolia in the city of Söğüt by the Oghuz Turkish tribal leader Osman. The Armistice of Mudros decided on 30th October 1918, ended the conflicts, at noon the next day, in the Middle Eastern theatre. This held between the Allies of World War I and the Ottoman Territory. This contract was signed by the Ottoman Minister of Marine Affairs Rauf Bey as well as the British Admiral Somerset Arthur Gough-Calthorpe, on board HMS Agamemnon in Moudros harbor on the Greek island of Lemnos.

1920
The Communist Party of Australia was started in Sydney on 30th October, 1920. The Communist Party of Australia was formed in year 1920 and dissolved in year 1991. The CPA attained its greatest political strength in the year 1940s and confronted an attempted ban in 1951. However it never obtainable a major trial to the recognized order in Australia, it did have important effect on the social movements, trade unions and the national culture.

1925
On 30th October, 1925, John Logie Baird created Britain’s 1st television transmitter. John Logie Baird FRSE was a recognized Scottish engineer. He was also an innovator and he became very famous when he became the part of inventors of the mechanical television. That Tv was demonstrating the first working television system on 26th January 1926. He was also an inventor of both the first publicly confirmed color television system, and the first purely electronic color television picture tube. In the year 1928 the Baird Television Development Company comprehended the 1st transatlantic television transmission. A television transmitter is a popular device what broadcasts an electromagnetic signal to the television receivers.

1929
The Stuttgart Cable Car was built in Stuttgart, Germany on 30th October, 1929. The Standseilbahn Stuttgart is also called Stuttgart Cable Car. This is a funicular railway in the city of Stuttgart, Germany. The line relations the Südheimer Platz valley station with the Stuttgart Degerloch forest cemetery in the south quarters of Heslach. This was operated by Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen AG and it was opened on 30th October 1929 to enable visitors to the forest cemetery which is situated 90 meters above Stuttgart Heslach. At Südheimer Platz, the funicular joins to Stuttgart Stadtbahn lines U1 and U14.

1983
The first self-governing elections in Argentina after 7 years of military rule were held on 30th October, 1983. Argentina is formally known as the Argentine Republic. It is a federal republic in the southern portion of South America. Distribution the bulk of the Southern Cone with its national Chile to the west, the country is also surrounded by Bolivia and Paraguay to the north, Uruguay and the South Atlantic Ocean to the east, Brazil to the northeast and the Drake Passage to the south.

1985
On 30th October, 1985, Space Shuttle Challenger lifted off for mission STS-61-A, its final effective mission. Space Shuttle Challenger was the 2nd orbiter of NASA’s space shuttle program what to be put into service next Columbia. The shuttle was developed by Rockwell International’s Space Transportation Systems Division in Downey, California. This started and landed 9 times before breaking apart 73 seconds into its tenth mission, STS-51-L, on 28th January, 1986, resultant in the demise of all 7 crew members, with a civilian school teacher. STS-61-A was the 22nd mission of NASA’s Space Shuttle program. This was a scientific Spacelab mission, subsidized and absorbed by West Germany – henceforth the non-NASA description of D-1. STS-61-A was the 9th and final successful flight of Space Shuttle Challenger.

Related Posts

  • 37
    1718 On 30th November, 1718, King Charles XII of Sweden died through a cordon of the fortress of Fredriksten in Norway. Charles XII is also called Carl Latinized to Carolus Rex. He was a King of Sweden and served from the year 1697 to year 1718. He went to the…
    Tags: year, charles, sweden, king, called, house, xii, canal, st, welland
  • 36
    1392 Muhammed VII became the 12th sultan of the Emirate of Granada on 3rd October, 1392. Muhammed VII born in 1370. He was the twelfth Nasrid monarch of the Moorish State of Granada in Al-Andalus on the Iberian Peninsula. He died in 1408. The Emirate of Granada is also called…
    Tags: october, space, called, empire, city, ottoman, south, shuttle
  • 35
    1263 On 2nd October, 1263, The Battle of Largs was held between Scots and Norwegians. The Battle of Largs was an irresolute engagement. It held between the empires of Scotland and Norway on the Firth of Clyde near Largs, Scotland. The war formed a part of the Norwegian voyage against…
    Tags: year, october, television, st, called
  • 34
    1451 Jacques Cœur was arrested by order of Charles VII of France on 31st July, 1451. Jacques Cœur was recognized as a French merchant and he was one of the best founders of the trade between the Levant and France. There was no specific reason for the charge against Jacques…
    Tags: st, year, called, charles, city, house
  • 34
    1410 On 9th October, 1410, the first recognized reference of the Prague astronomical clock. The Prague astronomical clock is also called Prague orloj. It is a primitive astronomical clock what is situated in Prague and it is the capital of the Czech Republic. The clock was 1st installed in the…
    Tags: october, year, city, called, empire