Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.
An American philosopher, writer and American Revolutionary War patriot.
A French fashion designer who led the foundation of one of the world's top fashion houses.
An American film actor and singer, best known for his role Kojak.
An American professional golfer who is widely regarded as the greatest professional golfer of all the time.
An American soldier, who is regarded as a skilled tactician and an outstanding leader.
The first edition of Daily News, edited by Charles Dickens is published in London.
Taxi cabs are officially recognized in Britain.
Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin, the father of the Russian Revolution dies at age 54.
The first nuclear-powered submarine, the 319-foot-long Nautilus, is launched by the United States at Groton, Connecticut.
Delhi becomes the first city of India to use propane gas as fuel on a trail base for 50 auto-rickshaws.
An American soldier, who is regarded as a skilled tactician and an outstanding leader, was born on 21st January, 1824, in Clarksburg. He was educated at the Military Academy of United States. Until 1848, he took part in the Mexican War from West Point. In 1851, he served as an instructor at the Virginia Military Institute. To enter in the Confederate army, he left Virginia Military Institute. Immediately, he was commissioned a colonel. Soon he was appointed as a brigadier general. In 1861, at the First Battle of Bull Run, Jackson earned fame. Now he was known as one of the ablest Confederate commanders. He earned his popular nickname from this battle too, where they fought against the Union forces and his troops stood "like a stone wall,"
He died on May 10, 1863, in Guinea, Virginia United States.
Author : Dr. Nidhi Jindal