Language: Every country has some place, monument, tourist place or building which is its identity. The Taj Mahal can be seen as the identity of India and the ‘Statue of Liberty‘ can be called the identity of America. It may be interesting for today’s generation that the ‘Statue of Liberty’ was gifted to America by France and it was handed over to America on June 17 itself. On 4 July 1776, as a gift by the French to commemorate the independence of America.

Statue of Liberty

Every country has some place, monument, tourist place or building which is its identity. The Taj Mahal can be seen as the identity of India and the ‘Statue of Liberty’ can be called the identity of America. It may be interesting for today’s generation that the ‘Statue of Liberty’ was gifted to America by France and it was handed over to America on June 17 itself. 

On 4 July 1776, the ‘Statue of Liberty’, gifted by the French to commemorate the independence of America, was created with the joint efforts of both France and America. Under an agreement between the governments of the two countries, the American people formed the basis of this statue, While the French people gave shape and form to the statue. 

This magnificent copper statue is located on ‘Liberty Island’ in Manhattan, New York City of America. The sequence of other major events recorded in the history of the country as of the date of June 17 is as follows: -1756: Nawab Siraj-ud-Daulah has 50 thousand soldiers. Invaded Calcutta. 1757: Clive reached Katwa with the intention of invading Murshidabad and captured the fort. 1799: Napoleon Bonaparte incorporated Italy into his empire. 1855: Statue of Liberty reached the port of New York. 1917: Mahatma Gandhi made Hriday Kunj his residence in Sabarmati Ashram. 1938:

Japan declares war against China. 1944: Germany surrenders to World War II. 1970: Kidney transplantation operation done in Chicago for the first time. 1974: Bomb blast in UK Parliament, 11 people injured. The US announced to keep 160 of its nuclear missiles in the UK so that they could be operated in the event of any crisis. 2002: US Consulate in Karachi reopened. 2004: Boulders resembling Earth’s rocks were found on Mars. 2004: 42 people killed in an explosion at an army recruitment center in Baghdad. 2008: Successful trial of the country’s developed light fighter aircraft ‘Tejas’ in Bengaluru. 2008: Russia moves towards destroying its destructive chemical weapons stockpile by 2012. 2008:

Government of Canada sends Tamil World Movement Organization to terrorist groups Listed In Baghdad, an explosion at an army recruitment center killed 42 people. 2008: Successful trial of the country’s developed light fighter aircraft ‘Tejas’ in Bengaluru. 2008: Russia moves towards destroying its destructive chemical weapons stockpile by 2012. 2008:

Government of Canada sends Tamil World Movement Organization to terrorist groups Listed In Baghdad, an explosion at an army recruitment center killed 42 people. 2008: Successful trial of the country’s developed light fighter aircraft ‘Tejas’ in Bengaluru. 2008:

Russia moves towards destroying its destructive chemical weapons stockpile by 2012. 2008: Government of Canada sends Tamil World Movement Organization to terrorist groups Listed

 

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