Important events of August 19
295 BC –On August 19, The main sanctuary to Venus, the Roman goddess of adoration, excellence and richness, is committed by Quintus Fabius Maximus Gurges during the Third Samnite War.
43 BC – Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus, later known as Augustus, propels the Roman Senate to choose him Consul.
947 – Abu Yazid, a Kharijite rebel pioneer, is vanquished and killed in the Hodna Mountains in advanced Algeria by Fatimid powers.
1153 – Baldwin III of Jerusalem assumes responsibility for the Kingdom of Jerusalem from his mom Melisende, and furthermore catches Ascalon.
1458 – Pope Pius II turns into the 211th Pope.
1504 – In Ireland, the Hiberno-Norman de Burghs (Burkes) and Anglo-Norman Fitzgeralds take on in the Conflict of Knockdoe.
1561 – Mary, Queen of Scots, who was 18 years of age, comes back to Scotland subsequent to going through 13 years in France.
1612 – The “Samlesbury witches”, three ladies from the Lancashire town of Samlesbury, England, are put being investigated, blamed for rehearsing black magic, one of the most celebrated witch preliminaries in British history.
1666 – Second Anglo-Dutch War: Rear Admiral Robert Holmes drives an attack on the Dutch island of Terschelling, devastating 150 trader delivers, a demonstration later known as “Holmes’ Bonfire”.
1692 – Salem witch preliminaries: In Salem, Province of Massachusetts Bay, five individuals, one lady and four men, including a priest, are executed subsequent to being indicted for black magic.
1745 – Prince Charles Edward Stuart increases his expectation in Glenfinnan: The beginning of the Second Jacobite Rebellion, known as “the 45”.
1745 – Ottoman–Persian War: In the Battle of Kars, the Ottoman armed force is steered by Persian powers drove by Nader Shah.
1759 – Battle of Lagos Naval fight during the Seven Years’ War between Great Britain and France.
1772 – Gustav III of Sweden organizes an overthrow, where he expect power and orders another constitution that partitions power between the Riksdag and the King.
1782 – American Revolutionary War: Battle of Blue Licks: The last significant commitment of the war, right around ten months after the acquiescence of the British officer Charles Cornwallis following the Siege of Yorktown.
1812 – War of 1812: American frigate USS Constitution vanquishes the British frigate HMS Guerriere off the bank of Nova Scotia, Canada gaining the epithet “Old Ironsides”.
1813 – Gervasio Antonio de Posadas joins Argentina’s Second Triumvirate.
1839 – The French government declares that Louis Daguerre’s photographic procedure is a blessing “allowed to the world”.
1848 – California Gold Rush: The New York Herald breaks the news toward the East Coast of the United States of the gold rush in California (in spite of the fact that the surge began in January).
1854 – The First Sioux War starts when United States Army officers murder Lakota head Conquering Bear and consequently are slaughtered.
1861 – First climb of Weisshorn, fifth most elevated highest point in the Alps.
1862 – American Indian Wars: During an uprising in Minnesota, Lakota warriors choose not to assault vigorously guarded Fort Ridgely and rather go to the settlement of New Ulm, murdering white pioneers en route.
1909 – Wilfred Bourque and his technician are killed during the main day of car dashing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
1920 – The Tambov Rebellion breaks out, in light of the Bolshevik approach of Prodrazvyorstka.
1927 – Patriarch Sergius of Moscow broadcasts the presentation of reliability of the Russian Orthodox Church to the Soviet Union.
1934 – The main All-American Soap Box Derby is held in Dayton, Ohio.
1934 – The German submission of 1934 supports Hitler’s arrangement as head of state with the title of Führer.
1936 – The Great Purge of the Soviet Union starts when the first of the Moscow Trials is assembled.
1940 – First trip of the B-25 Mitchell medium plane.
1942 – World War II: Operation Jubilee: The second Canadian Infantry Division drives a land and/or water capable attack by united powers on Dieppe, France and falls flat, numerous Canadians are killed or caught. The activity was proposed to create and attempt new land and/or water capable landing strategies for the coming full attack in Normandy.
1944 – World War II: Liberation of Paris: Paris, France ascends against German occupation with the assistance of Allied soldiers.
1945 – August Revolution: Viet Minh drove by Ho Chi Minh take power in Hanoi, Vietnam.
1953 – Cold War: The CIA and MI6 help to topple the legislature of Mohammad Mosaddegh in Iran and reestablish the Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.
1955 – In the Northeast United States, extreme flooding brought about by Hurricane Diane, claims 200 lives.
1960 – Cold War: In Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union, brought down American U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers is condemned to ten years detainment by the Soviet Union for undercover work.
1960 – Sputnik program: Korabl-Sputnik 2: The Soviet Union dispatches the satellite with the canines Belka and Strelka, 40 mice, two rodents and an assortment of plants.
1964 – Syncom 3, the main geostationary correspondence satellite, is propelled. After two months, it would empower live inclusion of the 1964 Summer Olympics.
1965 – Japanese leader Eisaku Satō turns into the principal post-World War II sitting head administrator to visit Okinawa Prefecture.
1978 – In Iran, Cinema Rex fire caused in excess of 400 passings.
1980 – Saudia Flight 163, a Lockheed L-1011 TriStar consumes in the wake of making a crisis arrival at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, murdering 301 individuals.
1981 – Gulf of Sidra Incident: United States warriors capture and destroy two Libyan Sukhoi Su-22 contender planes over the Gulf of Sidra.
1987 – Hungerford slaughter: In the United Kingdom, Michael Ryan murders sixteen individuals with a self loading rifle and afterward ends it all.
1989 – Polish president Wojciech Jaruzelski assigns Solidarity lobbyist Tadeusz Mazowiecki to be the first non-socialist leader in quite a while.
1989 – Several hundred East Germans cross the boondocks among Hungary and Austria during the Pan-European Picnic, some portion of the occasions that started the procedure of the Fall of the Berlin Wall.
1991 – Dissolution of the Soviet Union, August Coup: Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev is set under house capture while on vacation in the town of Foros, Ukraine.
1991 – Crown Heights revolt begins.
1999 – In Belgrade, Yugoslavia, a huge number of Serbians rally to request the renunciation of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia President Slobodan Milošević.
2002 – Khankala Mi-26 accident: A Russian Mil Mi-26 helicopter conveying troops is hit by a Chechen rocket outside Grozny, murdering 118 officers.
2003 – A vehicle bomb assault on United Nations base camp in Iraq murders the office’s top agent Sérgio Vieira de Mello and 21 different representatives.
2003 – A self destruction assault on a transport in Jerusalem, Israel, arranged by Hamas, slaughters 23 Israelis, seven of them youngsters, in the Shmuel HaNavi transport shelling.
2005 – The primary ever joint military exercise among Russia and China, called Peace Mission 2005 starts.
2009 – A progression of bombings in Baghdad, Iraq, executes 101 and harms 565 others.
2010 – Operation Iraqi Freedom closes, with the remainder of the United States detachment battle groups crossing the outskirt to Kuwait.
2013 – The Dhamara Ghat train mishap slaughters in any event 37 individuals in the Indian territory of Bihar.
2017 – Tens of thousands of cultivated non-local Atlantic salmon are incidentally delivered into the wild in Washington waters in the 2017 Cypress Island Atlantic salmon pen break.