17 April 2018

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List of 14 famous people who got murdered that changed the history of world

List of 14 famous people who got murdered that changed the history of world

When important person is killed, gets murdered it ends up changing the history of world because what that important person would have achieved more in future who can say?

Below is the list 14 murders which changed the history of world, the shocking murders

April 14, 1865: The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, was assassinated just one month after his second inaugural address. In fact, his assassin, John Wilkes Booth, stood behind Lincoln as he gave his address.

June 28, 1914: The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand -
Ferdinand was the heir apparent to the Austro-Hungarian Empire
World War I started two months after the assassination of Franz Ferdinand. Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia and all its allies for the assassination of their heir.

January 30, 1941: The Assassination of Mahatma Gandhi -
On the evening of January 30, 1948, Ghandi was out for a walk on the ground of the Birla Bhavan, in New Delhi, on his way to a prayer meeting. Nathuram Godse, a Hindu extremist, stepped out in front of Gandhi from behind a crowd, knelt before him, then pulled out a semiautomatic pistol and shot Gandhi in the chest three times, at point-blank-range.

November 22, 1963: The Assassination of John F. Kennedy -
John Fitzgerald Kennedy was the 35th President of the United States, serving from January 20, 1961 until his assassination on November 22, 1963
Just before 12:30 p.m. on the afternoon of November 22, 1963, Kennedy and his motorcade drove through Dallas in his open-top limousine. Three shots rang out from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository. Kennedy died a little while later in hospital.

February 21, 1965: Assassination of Malcolm X -
Like Martin Luther King, Malcolm X has been called one of the most influential black Americans in history.
Malcolm Little did not thrive in foster care; he dropped out of school after the eighth grade and took up a life of crime. In 1946, when he was just 20, Malcolm was sentenced to 10 years in prison for larceny, and breaking and entering. It was there that he encountered the teaching of Elijah Muhammad, and became a member of the Nation of Islam. He also changed his name to Malcolm X, saying, Little was the name “the white slavemaster” imposed on him and his forbearers.
Because of Malcolm X, the Nation of Islam grew from just 400 members when he was released from prison, to 40,000 by 1960.
Malcolm X said that to be free and equal, black Americans needed to establish their own state separate from white Americans.
In 1964, Malcolm X left the Nation of Islam after becoming disillusioned with Elijah Muhammad.
That same year, Malcom X went travelling though North Africa and the Middle East. During this time, he traveled to Mecca and embraced Sunni Islam. He also changed his name to El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz. After his epiphany and conversion in the Middle East, Malcolm X returned to the U.S.
A week before he was assassinated, Malcolm’s house, which was owned by the Nation of Islam (and was trying to evict him) was firebombed.
on February 21, 1965, Malcolm X was assassinated at a rally he organized at The Audubon Ballroom in Manhattan. He was shot once in the chest with a sawed-off shotgun, two other gunman fired semi-automatic handguns.
Malcolm X was rushed to Columbia Presbyterian Hospital but died shortly after and was pronounced dead at 3:30 p.m. The autopsy found that he was shot 21 times in the chest, left shoulder, arms, and legs.

January 11, 1966 -  Indian Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri
Shastri was simple but a Intelligent Prime Minister of India.
As per records he was not murdred.
But my own belief is that 100% he was murdered this is reason I added him in this list.
Shastri led the country during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1965. His slogan of "Jai Jawan Jai Kisan" ("Hail the soldier, Hail the farmer") became very popular during the war and is remembered even today. The war formally ended with the Tashkent Agreement on 10 January 1966; he died the following day, still in Tashkent, the cause of death was said to be a heart attack but there are various reasons to think that it was a planned murder
Shastri was Nehru loyalist, Nehru was his mentor and was really fond of Shastri. Although, he faced stiff opposition within the party, yet he became the PM because of his closeness to Nehru.
Who murdered Shastri?
My own guess is that someone from following list murdered PM Shastri.
No. 1 -  some one from India may have murdered him by paying money to someone in Russia.
No. 2 - America
No.3 - someone from Russia
No.4 – someone from Pakistan paid money to someone in Russia and he murdered Shastri.

April 4, 1968: The Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr -
In 1964, King was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
On April 4, 1968, King was in Memphis, Tennessee to support a sanitation worker’s strike. That evening, at 6:01 p.m., as King stood on the second floor balcony of his room at the Lorraine Motel, he was fatally shot in the neck. One hour later, Martin Luther King, aged 39, was dead.

June 6, 1969: Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy -
Robert Kennedy was assassinated on June 6, 1969 in Los Angeles during his run for the presidency.
Robert Francis “Bobby” Kennedy was the younger brother of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, and older brother of Ted Kennedy.
In 1960, Robert Kennedy managed his brother John’s presidential campaign.
When JFK was elected, Robert was made U.S. Attorney General. In this position, he fought organized crime and was a key supporter of the civil rights movement.
RFK was also an outspoken critic of the Vietnam War.
On March 16, 1968, RFK announced his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination.
on June 4, 1968, won a major victory in the California primary. His victory was short-lived.
After delivering a speech to celebrate his victory in the California primary in a ballroom of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, RFK left the stage and walked through the kitchen hotel because, he was told, it was a short cut to a press room.
In the crowded kitchen, RFK was shot three times with a .22 caliber revolver by 24-year-old Palestinian Sirhan Bishara Sirhan. RFK was hit three times; five others were wounded.
RFK died on June 6. He was just 42 years old.
RFK’s assassination led to presidential candidates having Secret Service protection.
numerous conspiracy theories surfaced around RFKs assassination. Some believe there was a second gunman; Sirhan fired eight rounds, but 14 were found around the kitchen and in victims.
Many US citizens believed that CIA was behind the murder.

November 27, 1978: The Assassination of Harvey Milk
Harvey Milk was one of the first openly gay Americans to hold an elected office after winning a seat on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1978.
Milk was a crusader for gay rights, and is remembered an icon in the San Francisco gay community. Milk and San Francisco Mayor George Moscone were gunned down on November 27, 1978 by Dan White, another city supervisor.
Milk was the first openly gay elected official in the United States. Not only that, he was proud of being gay and wanted to set an example for the gay community, and urge them not to be ashamed about who they are.
Of his win, Milk said, “It’s not my victory, it’s yours and yours and yours. If a gay can win, it means there is hope that the system can work for all minorities if we fight. We’ve given them hope.”

December 8, 1980: Assassination of John Lennon -
John Lennon, one of the founding members of the Beatles, was shot and killed outside his apartment building on the West Side of New York City on December 8, 1980. He was rushed to the Roosevelt Hospital, but was declared dead on arrival.
An outpouring of grief followed Lennon’s assassination. And culminated when 100,000 people took part in a 10-minute silent vigil on December 14 New York’s Central Park. Tens of thousands participated in other cities around the world.

October 31, 1984 -  Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi
Indira was the daughter of 1st  great Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.
Great Father Great Daughter
In 1999, Indira Gandhi was named "Woman of the Millennium" in an online poll organised by the BBC
On 31 October 1984, two of Gandhi's bodyguards, Satwant Singh and Beant Singh, shot her with their service weapons in the garden of the Prime Minister's residence at 1 Safdarjung Road, New Delhi. The shooting occurred as she was walking past a wicket gate guarded by Satwant and Beant. Beant Singh shot her three times using his side-arm and Satwant Singh fired 30 rounds.
Beant Singh and Satwant Singh dropped their weapons and surrendered. Afterwards they were taken away by other guards into a closed room where Beant Singh was shot dead. Kehar Singh was later arrested for conspiracy in the attack. Both Satwant and Kehar were sentenced to death and hanged in Delhi's Tihar Jail.

Indira Gandhi was brought at 9:30 AM to the All India Institutes of Medical Sciences where doctors operated on her. She was declared dead at 2:20 PM. The post-mortem examination was conducted by a team of doctors headed by Dr. Tirath Das Dogra. Dr Dogra stated that as many as 30 bullet wounds were sustained by Indira Gandhi, from two sources, a Sterling submachine gun
and a pistol. The assailants had fired 31 bullets at her, of which 30 had hit; 23 had passed through her body while 7 were trapped inside her.
Gandhi was cremated on 3 November near Raj Ghat. The site where she was cremated is today known as Shakti Sthal.

December 2, 1989 – Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi
Rajiv Gandhi was the son of great prime minister of India Indira Gandhi.
He was an Indian politician who served as the 6th Prime Minister of India from 1984 to 1989. He took office after the 1984 assassination of his mother, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, to become the youngest Indian Prime Minister at the age of 40.
In 1988 he reversed the coup in Maldives, antagonising militant Tamil groups such as PLOTE, intervening and then sending peacekeeping troops to Sri Lanka in 1987, leading to open conflict with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE)
Gandhi remained Congress President until the elections in 1991. While campaigning for the elections, he was assassinated by a suicide bomber from the LTTE

October 9,1967 - Che Guevara
Organization - 26th of July Movement, United Party of the Cuban Socialist Revolution,National Liberation Army (Bolivia)
He was an Argentine Marxist revolutionary, physician, author, guerrilla leader, diplomat and military theorist. A major figure of the Cuban Revolution, his stylized visage has become a ubiquitous countercultural symbol of rebellion and global insignia in popular culture.
The merit of Marx is that he suddenly produces a qualitative change in the history of social thought. He interprets history, understands its dynamic, predicts the future, but in addition to predicting it (which would satisfy his scientific obligation), he expresses a revolutionary concept: the world must not only be interpreted, it must be transformed. Man ceases to be the slave and tool of his environment and converts himself into the architect of his own destiny. — Che Guevara, Notes for the Study of the Ideology of the Cuban, October 1960
On October 7, 1967, an informant apprised the Bolivian Special Forces of the location of Guevara's guerrilla encampment in the Yuro ravine.[215] On the morning of October 8, they encircled the area with two battalions numbering 1,800 soldiers and advanced into the ravine triggering a battle where Guevara was wounded and taken prisoner while leading a detachment with Simeón Cuba Sarabia

October 9, Bolivian President René Barrientos ordered that Guevara be killed
The executioner who volunteered to kill Guevara was Mario Terán, an alcoholic 27-year-old sergeant in the Bolivian army who had personally requested to shoot Guevara

October 14, 1240 – Razia Sultana - First Female Sultan of Delhi The First Muslim Female to rule Delhi

Born: 1205 -  Died on: October 14, 1240 Died At Age: 35
Razia Sultan was the Sultan of Delhi in India from 1236 to 1240; shewas  the first Muslim female ruler.
her ancestors were originally slaves, not nobility. Her father Iltutmish had come to Delhi as a slave serving under Qutb-ud-din and had risen to the post of a provincial governor. Upon Qutb-ud-din’s death, Iltutmish gathered the support of the Turkish nobility and became the sultan.
As ruler, Iltutmish created history by becoming the first sultan to appoint a woman as his successor when he named his daughter Razia as his heir apparent. Razia was a bold young woman, trained in military warfare and administration. However, her ascent to the throne did not come easily. Her brother had taken over the throne after the death of their father, and she could claim the crown only after her brother died. After becoming the Sultan of Delhi she adopted masculine attire and proved to be an efficient, just, and noble ruler. Completely devoted to her empire, she was well respected and loved by her subjects. The brave sultan met a tragic end when her brother usurped the throne and she got killed in the ensuing conflicts.
Razia and her husband decided to take back the kingdom from her brother. However they were defeated at the ensuing battle and fled Delhi. While escaping with their lives, they fell into the hands of Jats who robbed and killed them on 13 October 1240.

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