EVERYONE KNOWS ABOUT THE VALENTINE DAY … BUT ABOUT THERE IS ANYONE WHO KNOWS ABOUT THE STORIES CONTAINED ON ST.
THIS DAY IS KNOWN ABOUT THE INSTALLATION AND THEM. OTHER MANY OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS HAVE VISITED FEBRUARY 14, “VALENTINE DAY. HERE we discuss a few of them.
AND I ALSO WANT TO HAVE WHICH IS NOT JUST AN INFORMATION TAKING, BUT ALSO IMPORTANT.
1. GRAM BELL TELEPHONE BULLETIN, 1876
at the U.S. Patent Office in Washington DC, in 1876 a lawyer represented the application for a bell-phone patent on Valentine’s Day.
shortly before Elisha Gray’s atttornarey issued a warning announcing his intention to apply for a patent for the release of his phone.
On March 7, 1766, the patent office decided to issue the first patent for a telephone, single patent no. 174465 in Bell.
And the story happened on March 10, when the bell successfully transmitted a voice through the telephone cables to his assistant, saying these words …. “” Mr.watson .. I’m coming here .. I want to see you. “
2.ARIZONA … STATE, 1912
President Howerd Taft initially vetoed Arizona’s claim to statehood in 1911 because its constitution allowed for judicial revocation. later .. after the revocation of the Arizona offensive clause. Taft signed the declaration to become the 48th state. although Arizona voters withdrew the repayment in 1912 .. but when they approved the constitutional amendment that reinstated the judicial revocation and cast only 13% of the vote … putting him in the shoes of Willson ,, roosevelt and V.Debs.
3. FIRST KNOWLEDGE SESSION 1949
After the independence of Israel … the Constituent Assembly … the first parliament of Israel convened internal groups in a building of Jewish offices in Jerusalem. Israel’s first president, Mr.weizmann, gave an official address in which he offered “friendship to all people who love peace” to the county’s Arab neighbors. Two days later, the parliament was renamed the Knesset, which moved to Jerusalem in 1966.
4. CAPTAIN COOKER COOK 1779
COOK was one of the most successful explorers … he mapped soils from new land in New Zealand to Alaska … he was rewarded many times … for all his discoveries.
after a few months, when one of his boats was paid. But the captain refused to take his own boat … and decided to respond by holding the king of Hawaii hostage. A hostel crowd surrounds the cook and his men. the cook shot a man dead, but when he reloaded, the captain hit him on the head and put it repeatedly before he died in the deep water of his knee.
5. MEN BUCKLES
In the last month of World War 2, Dresden (capital of the German state of Saxony) was attacked by British and American forces. About 3,330 tons of bombs fell on the city … and up to 135,000 people were killed. Dresden is said to have delayed the production of ammunition for the Nazis. The attack was also aimed at weakening German power.