Today in History – 18 October

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The “shoemakers of Boston” the first labor organization in what would become the United States, was authorized by the Massachusetts Bay Colony.


The Allies defeat Napoleon Bonaparte at Leipzig.


Branch of ‘Theosophical Panth’ established in India.


Mahatma Gandhi sails for India.


Depressed Classes Mission Society’ was established by Vitthal Ramji Shinde.


The First Balkan War breaks out between the members of the Balkan League Serbia, Bulgaria, Greece and Montenegro and the Ottoman Empire.


Russian Soviets grant Crimean independence.


The First Turkish Brigade arrives in Korea to assist the U.N. forces fighting there.


Vinoo Mankad takes 13 Pakistan wickets to win first Indo-Pak clash.


The first Himalayan Car Rally of 5,377.9 km was started from Brabourne Stadium, Bombay with 74 starters.


1,000 police personnel occupy the Golden Temple in Amritsar to keep Punjab separatists away.


Mandakini Athvale, first child actor of Indian film industry, died.


Vigyan Bhawan in Delhi to be the venue for the trial of former PM Rao.

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