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2nd January

366
On 2nd January of the year 366, The Alemanni passed the frozen Rhine in large numbers what entering the Roman Empire. The Alemanni were an association of the Germanic tribes on the upper Rhine river. It was 1st cited by Cassius Dio in the situation of the movement of Caracalla of the year 213, the Alemanni taken the Agri Decumates in the year 260, and later it extended into current day Alsace, and northern Switzerland, foremost to the formation of the Old High German language in those regions. The Roman Empire was the post-Roman Republic historical subject and it is related with the ancient Roman civilization what considered by government headed by rulers and large regional holdings around the Mediterranean Sea in Europe, Asia and Africa.

1777
American militaries controlled by the command of George Washington who revolted a British attack at the Battle of the Assunpink Creek near Trenton, New Jersey and this was happened on 2nd January of the year 1777. It was related of the American Revolutionary War. The Battle of the Assunpink Creek is also recognized as the 2nd Battle of Trenton. This battle was held between American and British troops and it took place in and around Trenton, New Jersey at the American Revolutionary War what caused in an American victory.

1788
In this day (2nd January of the year 1788) Georgia becomes the 4th state to approve the United States Constitution. The United States Constitution is the best law of the United States of America. Georgia is a state in the southeastern United States. It started as a British colony in the year 1733, the last of the creative 13th Colonies. The United States Constitution is the highest law of the United States of America. The Constitution forms initially including seven major articles, defines the national frame of government. It was big day for whole America and it plays very important role in the United States Constitution.

1818
The British Institution of Civil Engineers is instituted on 2nd January of the year 1818. It was great day and in this day education of Britain was improved in one step more. Now Civil Engineers Institutions are available in many countries. The Institution of Civil Engineers is an sovereign specialized connotation for civil engineers and a generous body what occurs to transport benefits to the public. This institute is based in London. It has nearly 89,000 members around the world and some are located in the United Kingdom and the rest of the ICE are situated in more than 150 countries around the world.

1860
On the 2nd January of the 1860, the planet Vulcan was discovered and this was proclaimed at a meeting of the French Academy of Sciences in Paris, France. Vulcan is a small imaginary planet what was projected to be in an orbit between the sun and Mercury. Endeavoring to clarify particularities of Mercury’s orbit, the 19th century French mathematician Urbain Le Verrier imagined that they were the result of another planet what is called “Vulcan”.

1863
The Battle of Stones River recommences in central Tennessee after a day’s interval, ensuing in a momentous Union victory. It was held in American Civil War. The Battle of Stones River or the 2nd Battle of Murfreesboro was clashed from 31st December of the year 1862 and it last long to 2nd January, 1863, in Middle Tennessee, as the conclusion of the Stones River Campaign in the Western Theater of the American Civil War. Of the major battles of the Civil War, Stones River had the uppermost percentage of wounded on both sides.

1920
On the 2nd January of the year 1920, the 2nd Palmer Raid took the place with another 6,000 supposed socialists and revolutionaries arrested and held without any trial. These raids were held in several places U.S. cities. The Palmer Raids were a sequence of raids what was conducted on different times by the United States Department of Justice to capture. In this raid, many people were arrested and deported as suspect essential leftists, particularly anarchists, from the United States. The arrests happened two times in November 1919 and January 1920 under the Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer. Though more than 500 foreign citizens including a number of protruding leaders were arrested and exiled. Palmer’s efforts were mainly irritated by officials at the U.S. Department of Labor, which had consultant for transportations and objected to Palmer’s methods.

1942
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) offenders 33 members of a German spy ring ruled by Fritz Joubert Duquesne and it was held in 1942 in the main spying case in United States history what is known as the Duquesne Spy Ring. Frederick ” Joubert Duquesne born on 21st September 1877. He was a German soldier, journalist, big-game hunter and a spy. He died on 24th May 1956. On 2nd January of the year 1942, less than a month after the U.S. was attacked by Japan at Pearl Harbor and Germany stated war on the United States, the 33 members of the Duquesne Spy Ring were punished to assist a total of over 300 years in prison.

1955
Panamanian president José Antonio Remón Cantera was assassinated on 2nd January of the year 1955. Colonel José Antonio Remón Cantera born on 11 April 1908. He was the 16th President of Panama who served from 1st October 1952 until his death. The situation related his death was mysterious. Then an American, Martin Irving Lipstein, was arrested as suspect but later he was released. The attorney Rubén O. Miró confessed on 12th January 1955 about the assassination.

1967
Ronald Reagan avowed in as Governor of California on the 2nd January, 1967. Ronald Wilson Reagan born on 6th February, 1911 and died on 5th June, 2004. He was a popular American politician and he was actor who served as the 40th President of the United States from the year 1981 to year 1989.

1975
On the 2nd January of the 1975, a bomb blast at Samastipur, Bihar, India, seriously wounds Lalit Narayan Mishra, Minister of Railways.

1975
Bangladeshi Marxist leader and notorious killer Siraj Sikder was arrested on 2nd January of the year 1975. He was in jail for long time and died in police custody.

2004
On the 2nd January of the 2004, Stardust positively hovers past Comet Wild 2, gathering examples that are refunded to Earth. Stardust was a 300-kilogram robotic space enquiry was launched by NASA on 7th February of the year 1999. Its main assignment was to gather dust analysts from the coma of comet Wild 2, as well as samples of interstellar dust, and reappearance these to Earth for analysis.

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