NCERT Important Dates Class 9

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NCERT Important Dates History Class 9

Important Dates and Events NCERT Board History All Chapters Class 9 Here.

Chapter 1

  • 14th July 1789: the king of Paris ordered the troops to move into the city.
  • 1774: Louis XVI of Bourbon family ascended The Throne of France
  • 1614: the monarch for the last time could decide when to call a meeting of his body.
  • 5th May 1759: Louis XVI called together and assembly of the estates general to pass proposals for new taxes
  • 28 June 1789: the representatives of the third estate assembled in the Hall Of an indoor tennis court in the grounds of Versailles.
  • 14th July 1789: the agitated crowd stormed and destroyed the bastille.
  • 4th August 1789: the Assembly passed a decree abolishing the feudal system of obligation and Taxes
  • 1791: the national assembly completed the draught of the Constitution in 1791
  • 1792: the national assembly voted to declare war against prussia and Austria
  • Summer of 1792: the jacobins planned and insurrection of the large number of parisians who when a angered by the short supplies and high prices of food.
  • 21st September 1792: the newly elected assembly abolished the monarchy and declared France as a Republic
  • 21st January 1793: Louis XVI was executed publicly at the place de la concrode.
  • Period between 1793 and 94: regarded as the reign of terror.
  • 1791: declaration of the rights of women and citizen was written by olympe de Gouges
  • 1794: all the slaves were freed in French
  • 1848: slavery was finally abolished in France
  • 1815: the battle of Waterloo.

Chapter 2

  • 1815: some Nationalist liberals and radicals wanted Revolution to put to an end to the kind of governments established in Europe.
  • 17712 1858: Robert Owen sought to build a Cooperative community called new harmony in Indiana
  • 1818 to 1883: Karl Marx
  • 1820 to 1895: fredrich Engles
  • Till 1914: socialist never succeeded in forming a government in Europe.
  • By the year 198l05: socialist and trade unions formed a labour party in Britain and socialist party in France.
  • 1917: the October revolution
  • 1902: the murders of landlords occurred in a large scale in South Russia
  • Before 1914: all the political parties were illegal in Russia
  • 1900: the socialist formed the socialist Revolutionary party in 1900
  • 1904: this particular year was very bad for the Russian workers
  • 1904: the Assembly of Russian workers was formed
  • 1914: war broke out between two European alliances- Germany Austria and Turkey, and France Britain and Russiam
  • The period between 1914 and 1916: Russian Army lost badly in Germany and Austria
  • By 1917: Russian Army lost 7 million Soldier
  • By 1916: Railway lines begin to breakdown.
  • In the winter of 1917: conditions in the capital Petrogard very grim.
  • In February 1917: food shortages were deeply felt in the workers quarters
  • 25th February 1917: the government suspended the Duma
  • 26th February 1917: demonstrators returned in force to the streets of the left Bank
  • 27 February 1917: the police headquarters where ransacked.
  • 1917 February: Revolution brought down the monarchy.
  • April 1917: the bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin returned to Russia from his exile.
  • 1917 July: the bolsheviks were sternly repressed
  • The time between July and September of 1917: the peasants seized the land.
  • 16th October 1917: Lenin persuaded the petrograd Soviet and the bolshevik party to agree to a socialist seizure of power
  • 24th October 1917: the uprising began.
  • November 1917: most industries and banks were Nationalised.
  • November 1917: the bolsheviks conducted the election to the constituent assembly
  • January 1918: the Assembly rejected bolshevik measures and Lenin dismissed the Assembly.
  • December 1922: the USSR was formed
  • The period between 1929 and 1933: industrial production increased by 100% in case of oil coal and steel
  • By 1927 to 1928: the towns in Soviet Russia where facing an acute problem of grain supplies
  • In 1928: party members toured the grain producing areas.
  • Between 1929 and 1931: the number of cattle fell by one third
  • 1930 to 1933: bad harvest

Chapter 3

  • May 1945: Germany surrendered to the Allies
  • 1914 to 1918: first world war
  • 1917: the US entered the Allies
  • November 1918: the allies defeated Germany and the central powers
  • 1923: economic crisis, political radicalisation
  • 1929: the Wall Street exchange crashed
  • The years between 1929 and 1932: the national income of the USA fell by half
  • By 1932: the German economy was worst hit and the industrial production was reduced to 40% of the 1929 level
  • 1889: Hitler born in Austria
  • 1919: Hitler joined a small group called German workers party
  • In 1928: the nazi party got no more than 2.6 % votes
  • By 1932: the vote of nazi party increased to 37%
  • 30th January 1933: president hindenburg offered the chancellorship to Hitler
  • March 3 1933: the famous enabling Act was passed
  • 1936: Hitler reoccupied the Rhineland.
  • 1938: Hitler integrated Austria and Germany
  • September 1939: Germany invaded Poland
  • September 1940: a tripartite pact was signed between Germany Italy and Japan
  • June 1941: Hitler attacked the Soviet Union
  • May 1945: the Second World War ended
  • From 1933 to 1938: the nazis terrorized and segregated the news.
  • From September 1941: all Jews had to wear a yellow star of David on their breasts
  • 1922: the youth League of the nazis was founded

Chapter 4

  • By the year 1820: search parties were sent to explore the forest resources of India
  • From the 1850s: Railway started to spread
  • In the 1960s: Jerry spread quickly
  • 1864: the Indian Forest Service was set up
  • 1906: the Imperial Forest Research Institute was set up at Dehradun
  • 1865: the forest Act was enacted
  • The forest actress amended in 1878 and in 1927
  • 1905: the colonial government proposed to Reserve two-thirds of the forest
  • 1899 to 1900: terrible famine
  • In 1600: the population of Java was 3.4 million
  • In 1882: 280000 sleepers were exported from Java

Chapter 5

  • 1871: the colonial government in India past the criminal tribes act.
  • By the 1880s: the colonial government began collecting taxes directly from the pastoralists
  • 19 33 and 34: Severe drought
Updated: December 23, 2020 — 1:31 pm


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        1. Notes

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