A to Z This Day in World History | October 29th

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Here are some notable historical events that happened on October 29th:

  1. 1618 – Sir Walter Raleigh, the English explorer, writer, and courtier, was executed for his alleged involvement in a plot against King James I of England.
  2. 1929 – “Black Tuesday” occurred on the New York Stock Exchange, leading to the Great Depression. Billions of dollars were lost, and this event marked the beginning of a severe worldwide economic downturn.
  3. 1945 – The Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) was officially founded.
  4. 1956 – Israel invaded Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula during the Suez Crisis, leading to international condemnation and calls for a ceasefire.
  5. 1969 – The first message was sent over the ARPANET, a precursor to the internet, marking the birth of the World Wide Web.
  6. 1991 – The American Galileo spacecraft made its closest approach to the asteroid 951 Gaspra, providing valuable data and images of the asteroid.
  7. 2004 – The European Space Agency’s SMART-1 spacecraft entered orbit around the Moon.
  8. 2008 – Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines merged, creating one of the world’s largest airlines.

These are just a few historical events that took place on October 29th. There are many more, as this date has significance in various fields and throughout different time periods.

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