1889 – Crown Prince Arqiduka, Rudolf of Austria, heir to the Austro-Hungarian crown, was found dead with his lady Baroness Mary Vetsera in Mayerling. The bodies of the 30-year-old Arqiduka and 17-year-old Baroness were discovered at the Imperial Hunting Lodge in Mayerling in the Vienna Forests. Their death was never clarified. This would remain as one of the great mysteries of the Austrian crown.
1902 – Formally signed, the first Anglo-Japanese alliance in London. It was signed by Lord Lansdowne (British Foreign Secretary) and Hayashi Tadasu (Japanese Minister in London). That was, a diplomatic stage that ended Britain’s isolation, the alliance was renewed and expanded in scope twice, in 1905 and 1911, before its collapse in 1921.
1926 -Albanian composer and musician Tish Daija was born in Shkodra. At the age of 10 he became an instrumentalist of the music band “Antoniane” led by Prenk Jakova. He started his musical creativity under the sounds of the accordion. The first compositions are the songs “Çik, o mori çikë”, “Ndal, bre vash”, “Me lule të bukura”, “Bjeri Gajdes Gajdexhi” etc. After graduation he was appointed to the Ministry of Education and Culture. Tish Daija has made a fundamental contribution to the creation and development of instrumental-symphonic music, chamber music and to the creation of a precious Albanian tradition of classical music. Tish Daija has been the Artistic Leader of the Folk Song and Dance Assembly for 18 years (1962-1980). author of many great musical works such as, operetta “Lejlaja”, opera “Spring”, the first Albanian ballet “Halili and Hajria”, “Sons of the Fisherman” etc.
1933 – Adolf Hitler, elected Chancellor of Germany. President Paul von Hindenburg had already appointed Hitler as Chancellor on January 30, 1933, after a series of parliamentary elections and political intrigues. The act of enabling used relentlessly and with authority, practically ensured that Hitler could thereafter constitutionally exercise dictatorial power without legal opposition.
1948 – Died in New Delhi, at the age of 78, after an assassination attempt, Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhi, was an Indian lawmaker, anti-colonial nationalist, and political leader who used nonviolent resistance to lead the successful campaign for India’s independence from the British Empire, and in turn, inspired movements for civil rights and freedom throughout. world. He was killed by a Hindu nationalist.
1968 – Officially launched the Tet Offensive by the Viet Cong forces and the North Vietnamese Army against South Vietnam, the United States of America, and their allies. This offensive was a surprise attack campaign against military and civilian command and control centers throughout South Vietnam. The name of the offensive comes from the holiday of October, the Vietnamese New Year when the first major attacks occurred.
1972 – On Bloody Sunday, British military and police troops fire on Northern Irish protesters in Derry, killing 13 people. Another person dies later from the wounds received. Dozens more were injured by the mess that was created. Bloody Sunday was one of the most significant events in Northern Ireland after the whole murder scene was seen by the international public and press.
1974 – Born in Wells, Christian Bale. Bale, is an English actor known for his strong acting style in his active method, often drastically transforming the body for his roles. Bale is the recipient of many awards, including an Academy Award and two Golden Globes, and was included on the 2011 Time 100 list. His most prominent roles are those of the Batman trilogy.
2013 – Naro-1 becomes South Korea’s first transport rocket. Naro-1, previously designated as the Korean Space Structure or KSLV, is South Korea’s first rocket, and South Korea’s first Econo- nomological structure to reach Earth’s orbit. On January 30, 2013, the third Naro-1 rocket successfully landed in low Earth orbit. Seoul would then produce some more missiles in this model.