14 may history in the world

14 may history


14 may history- On April 14, in the history of the country and the world, it is important for many reasons, from which the Government of India has included the ban on the Tamil Tigers, the famous Sri Lankan rebel organization LTTE.
1610: Murder of Henry IV in France and Louis XIII sitting on the throne of France.

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1702: England and Netherlands declare war against France and Spain.

1908: For the first time a person flew in the airplane.

1941: 36,000 Persian Jews were arrested.

1948: Israel announces its independence.

1981: NASA launches Special Voicemal S-192.

1984: Facebook's father Mark Eliot Zuckerberg was born on May 14, 1984 in the United States.

1992: India banned the name of Tamil Tigers, the famous Sri Lankan rebel organization LTTE. Many other countries besides India also banned the Tamil Tigers.

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