August 2

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January 18, 2022

August 2 (Hachigatsu Futsuka) is the 214th day from the beginning of the year (215th day in a leap year) in the Gregorian calendar, and there are 151 days left until the end of the year.

Events

338 BC-King of Macedonia Philip II defeats the Union of Athens and Thiva at the Battle of Chaeronea. 216 BC-Second Punic War: Battle of Cannae. Hannibal's Carthaginian army siege and annihilate the Roman Republic. 47 BC-Caesar's Civil War: Battle of Zela. The Roman Republic, led by Gaius Julius Caesar, defeats the Pontos army. Caesar reported the victory to the Senate, saying, "Come, see, win." 1221 (July 13, 3rd year of Jōkyu) --Ran of Jōkyu: After being defeated by the Shogunate, Emperor Go-Toba is swept away by the Oki Islands. 1802-Napoleon Bonaparte amends the Constitution in France to define himself as a whole life consul. 1854 (July 9, Kaei 7) --The Edo Shogunate decides to use the Nissho flag as the Japanese flag. 1869 (June 25, 1869) --- The Meiji government stipulated the status of the samurai in the administrative officers No. 576, stating that "from one gate to the other, the swordsman is a swordsman." 1897 --The Bank of Japan (later Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank, now Mizuho Bank) opened a temporary sales office on the site of the former Bank of Japan on the Eidai Bridge and started operations. 1903-Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization incites the Ilinden Uprising against the Ottoman Empire. 1906-A rebellion by sailors occurs on the Russian Imperial Navy's first-class cruiser "Pamiatz Azova" (July 20 in the Julian calendar used locally). The first rebellion in the Baltic Fleet of the Russian Empire. 1914-World War I Western Front: German troops invade Luxembourg. 1918-Russian Civil War: Japanese troops decide to send troops to Siberia with British, American and French troops. 1928-At the Amsterdam Olympics, Mikio Oda won the first Japanese gold medal in a three-step jump, and Kinue Hitomi won the first Japanese women's silver medal in an 800m track and field run. 1932-Carl David Anderson discovers a positron by observing the trajectory of cosmic rays with a cloud chamber. 1934-Gleichschaltung: With the death of German President Hindenburg, the president's authority is transferred to "leader and prime minister" Adolf Hitler and becomes president. 1939-World War II: Leo Szilard and others send US President Roosevelt a letter signed by Einstein urging US President Roosevelt to develop nuclear weapons. This is the catalyst for the Manhattan Project. 1943-Holocaust: Many inmates escape due to inmate rebellion at Treblinka Extermination Camp, one of the Jewish extermination camps. Taking this opportunity, the camp was abolished. 1944-World War II: The Japanese troops on Tinian smash and the Battle of Tinian ends. 1944-The first general meeting of the Macedonian People's Liberation Anti-Fascist Assembly (ASNOM) is held. (Bastille Day of the Republic of Macedonia) 1945-World War II: Potsdam Conference ends. 1945-World War II Air Raids on Japan: Toyama Air Raids 1950 --The embankment of the Kokai River broke at the tip of Takasu, Takasu Village, Ibaraki Prefecture. The village, Soma Town, Omonma Village, Sanno Village, Terahara Village, and Rokugo Village were submerged. 25,000 victims. 1964-Vietnam War: Gulf of Tonkin Incident. The United States will retaliate for the destroyer Maddox being attacked by a North Vietnamese torpedo boat. But in 1971, it became clear that this was an American plot. 1970-The first pedestrian paradise in Tokyo will be held in Ginza, Shinjuku, Ikebukuro and Asakusa. 1972 --Casio Computer releases the personal calculator "Casio Mini". Size.

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