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October 27th History Story

October 27 is the 300th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 65 days remain until the end of the year.

1275
Amsterdam City is the capital and largest city of the Netherlands , is located in the North Holland province of the western province of the country . Amsterdam is a bustling international metropolis.

1537
The death of the Russian Grand Duke Ivan III. Ivan III Vasilyevich (Иван III Васильевич, 1440—1505), was the Grand Duke of Moscow , and was in the position of 1462-1505.

1782
Italian musician Nikoro Paganini was born. Paganini (Niccolo Paganini, 1782.10.27–1840.5.27), Italian violin virtuoso , composer. His skills influenced the later violin works.

1810
US annexation of Florida is a state in the southeastern United States. Located on the prominent peninsula on the southeast coast. East Atlantic Ocean , west of the Gulf of Mexico, north with Alabama and Georgia.

1858
US President Theodore Roosevelt was born. Theodore Roosevelt, also translated by Theodore Roosevelt, known as Old Roosevelt, nicknamed Teddy, October 27, 1858, January 6, 1919.

1914
Anti-Japanese star Yang Chengwu was born. Yang Chengwu (October 27, 1914 – February 14, 2004), also known as Yang Nengjun, is an outstanding member of the Communist Party of China , a communist fighter, a proletarian revolutionary , and a military strategist.

1921
China’s modern enlightenment thinker, translator and educator Yan Fu passed away. Yan Fu is a modern Chinese enlightenment thinker, translator and educator. He taught at the Beiyang Naval Academy and trained the first batch of naval talents in modern China.

1924
Chinese painter Li Chengxian was born. Lee Seung-Sin (October 27, 1924 – August 28, 2003) was born in Shanghai Avenue Joffre in Baokang, native of Jiangxi Sheng Linchuan . Chinese painting at home, Dunhuang art researchers. Mrs. Chang Shuhong.

1927
The Communist Party of China created the Jinggangshan Revolutionary Base. The Jinggangshan base area was the first rural revolutionary base created by the Chinese Communist Party in the middle of the Luojing Mountains on the border of Hunan and Jiangxi provinces during the Agrarian Revolutionary War.

1947
The first India-Pakistan war broke out. In August 1947, when India and Pakistan were divided, the Mountbatten program allowed Kashmiris to freely choose to merge with India, the Palestinian side or declare independence. India uses the Kash controlled in its division.

1950
Member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China, Ren Bishi, passed away. Ren Bishi (1904 – 1950), male, Han nationality, great Marxist, outstanding proletarian revolutionary, politician , organizer, Chinese Communist Party and Chinese People’s Liberation Army.

1966
China launches nuclear missile for the first time. Nuclear missile , referring to having to carry a nuclear warhead capability, and the ability to reach a long-range nuclear missile delivery tasks. Divided into tactical nuclear missiles and strategic nuclear missiles. With a variety of launch methods.

1970
Taiwanese singer Su Huilun was born, the representative of “Duck”. Borcy Su was born on October 27, 1970 in Taipei, Taiwan. The Han nationality is a Taiwanese female singer and actor.

1991
Writer Du Pengcheng passed away. Du Pengcheng (1921~1991), formerly known as Du Hongxi, used the pseudonym Sima Jun, a modern writer. Communist Party members. University graduate. There is a novel ” Protection of Yan’an “.

1999
Chinese politician Xie Fei passed away. Xie Fei , Han nationality, was born in November 1932 in Guangdong Lufeng County Province (now Shanwei City inland counties ) of Hakka , the former Communist Party of Guangdong Provincial Committee.

Year …

  • 1904 – Notice of termination of money – announced to stop using all kinds of money because the demand for Thai currency is high.
  • 1904 – Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States of America
  • 1858 – Birthday with T. James Cook, British Mariner
  • 1728 – the birthday of Captain James Cook, a British explorer, navigator and cartographer, travels.

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