History of 5 February: On the date of 5 February, many important incidents happened in different countries including India. Here information is being given in this regard.
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History of 5 February: On this day i.e. on 5 February, many big incidents happened in the world including India. The date of February 5 in history is related to an interesting incident in Britain. In fact, on this day in 1953, the controlled distribution rule on sweets in Britain was abolished for years and children ate sweets fiercely.
During the Second World War, it was decided to rationing sugar and its products and other goods so that everyone should get essential commodities in equal quantity. Distribution of many products in the UK was restricted in January 1940.
The control imposed on textiles, furniture and petrol gradually started to end after 1948, but it took many years to end completely. On the other hand, many important incidents took place in India on this date as well. Let us know which major incidents happened in the world including India on 5th February.
Policemen died in Chauri-Chaura police station
On this date in 1922, 22 policemen were killed in a mob attack on the police station in Chauri Chaura. This incident derailed Mahatma Gandhi’s non-violence movement for some time.
Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times was Rizil
On this day in 1937, the first talkie Modern Times starring Charlie Chaplin was released.
Limited distribution rule ended in Britain
In 1953, the rule of limited distribution of sugar and products made from it was abolished in Britain.
When did Apollo 14 land on the moon?
Apollo 14 landed on the surface of the Moon in 1971. There were many technical problems during this flight.
What is Ronaldo’s full name?
In 1985, Portugal’s world famous football player Cristiano Ronaldo was born. Ronaldo’s full name is Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro.
When did Maharishi Mahesh Yogi pass away?
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi passed away in 2008. He is counted among the major spiritual and religious leaders of India.