Monday, 20 January 2020

Important Events of January – 21

Important Events of January – 21

Important Events of January – 21


Rash Behari Bose Memorial Day

Birth:
He was Born on May 25, 1886


Honours:
He was an Indian revolutionary leader against the British Government and he was one of the key organisers of the Ghadar Mutiny.

He was the founder of the Indian National Army.

He was the forerunner of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, who created the Azad Hindu government.



Bose convened a conference in Tokyo on 28–30 March 1942, which decided to establish the Indian Independence League. At the conference he moved a motion to raise an army for Indian independence.

He convened the second conference of the League at Bangkok on 22 June 1942.

More than 150 representatives from Malaysia, Singapore, Burma, Java, Borneo, Manila, Thailand, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Manchuria and French Indochina participated. Rash Bihari Bose presided over.

The Indian prisoners of war captured by the Japanese in the Malaya and Burma fronts were encouraged to join the Indian Independence League and become the soldiers of the Indian National Army (INA), formed on 1 September 1942 as the military wing of Bose’s Indian National League.

The Indian National Army had three divisions. Gandhi and Nehru Azad were named after the army.

Awards:
The Government of Japan highlighted the bravery of Rash Bikari Bose, who was awarded ‘ORDER OF RISING SUN’ after his death.

Death:
He died on January 21, 1945.

Vladimir Lenin Memorial Day

Birth:
He was Born on April 22,1870.



Birth Name:  Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov
Honours:
He was a Russian communist revolutionary, politician and political theorist. He served as head of government of Soviet Russia from 1917 to 1924 and of the Soviet Union from 1922 to 1924. He was the first president of the Soviet Union.

Lenin is called world revolutionary.

He later developed the theory of Leninium, elaborated by Joseph Stalin as Soviet Marxism-Leninium.

Lenin “was one of the nicknames he had for the Russian Revolution.



He started the movement of labor and propagated Karl Marx’s policies among workers in Russia.

In 1895 he was arrested and exiled to Siberia.

He was released in 1900 and started a newspaper in the name of Spark.

Death:
He died on January 21, 1924.
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