May 15 on History Books : Mickey Mouse and Many more…

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Word News, May 15, 2023. children around the world are crazy about Mickey Mouse for 95 years, The date of May 15 is recorded in the history of the country and the world for many important reasons. The children’s favorite cartoon character Mickey Mouse appeared on the screen for the first time on this date. In 1928, Degree had a test screening of his first short film, Plane Crazy. 

Mickey Mouse will turn 95, but will no longer be Disney's: The legacy of  Walt Disney's most famous creation | Explainers News, Times NowThe film was inspired by Charles Lindbergh’s first flight over the Atlantic. In this six-minute film, Mickey and other characters attempt to build a plane. Along with Mickey, the character of Mini was also introduced to the audience for the first time from this film itself. In the same year Dizzy also premiered another film titled ‘Gallopin Gaucho’. Both these films were silent. No distributor for both films. 

Got it and it failed miserably. From October 1 this year, Degree started making a film under the name ‘Steamboat Willie’. This film was released. Sound was used for the first time in this. And it became quite famous. 

The film stayed in theaters for two weeks and earned Degree $1,000. After this Disney never looked back. Mickey Mouse’s birthday is celebrated on October 1, the day of the opening of this film. It is said that one day when Walt Disney was sitting at his desk, he saw a mouse. He found his activity very funny and then Disney made a portrait of the mouse. Made the stomach fat and put on shoes and clothes in the ears, small hands, head and feet. Named – Mortimer Degree’s wife did not like this name and they named him Mickey. 

Mickey was the first cartoon to speak. Following its success, Walt opened two companies, the Mickey Mouse Club and the Fan Club for Children. Dizzy created several characters with Mickey, who turn out to be Mickey’s friends. Mickey’s girlfriend Mini in the very first film. Then came Goofy, Pluto and Donald Duck, who became popular. So far there have been 22 short films, 11 movies and six cartoon series on Mickey Mouse. Vault Degree’s global revenue in 2020 was $38.7 billion. Degree was ranked seventh in the world’s most valuable brands this year. According to Forbes, then the value of his brand was $ 61.3 billion. Degree Media Business Network has many channels like Degree Channel, ESPN, History Life Time. Degree Hotstar is India’s largest OTT platform with eight million users.

important events of 15 May:

756 Abd-al-Rahman is proclaimed emir of Cordoba, Spain.
1213 King John submits to the Pope, offering to make England and Ireland papal fiefs. Pope Innocent III lifts the interdict of 1208.
1602 English navigator Bartholomew Gosnold discovers Cape Cod.
1614 An aristocratic uprising in France ends with treaty of St. Menehould.
1618 Johannes Kepler discovers his harmonics law.
1702 The War of Spanish Succession begins.
1730 Following the resignation of Lord Townshend, Robert Walpole becomes the sole minister in the English cabinet.
1768 By the Treaty of Versailles, France purchases Corsica from Genoa.
1795 Napoleon enters the Lombardian capital of Milan in triumph.
1820 The U.S. Congress designates the slave trade a form of piracy.
1849 Neapolitan troops enter Palermo, Sicily.
1862 The Union ironclad Monitor and the gunboat Galena fire on Confederate troops at the Battle of Drewry’s Bluff, Virginia.
1864 At the Battle of New Market, Virginia Military Institute cadets repel a Union attack.
1886 Emily Dickinson dies in Amherst, Mass., where she had lived in seclusion for the previous 24 years.
1916 U.S. Marines land in Santo Domingo to quell civil disorder.
1918 Pfc. Henry Johnson and Pfc. Needham Roberts receive the Croix de Guerre for their services in World War I. They are the first Americans to win France’s highest military medal.
1930 Ellen Church becomes the first airline stewardess.
1942 The United States begins rationing gasoline.
1958 Sputnik III is launched by the Soviet Union.
1963 The last Project Mercury space flight, carrying Gordon Cooper, is launched.
1968 U.S. Marines relieve army troops in Nhi Ha, South Vietnam after a fourteen-day battle.
1972 George Wallace is shot by Arthur Bremer in Laurel, Maryland.
1975 The merchant ship Mayaguez is recaptured from Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge.
1988 Soviets forces begin their withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Born on May 15
1773 Prince Clemens Von Metternich, Chancellor of Austria.
1856 Lyman Frank Baum, author (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz).
1858 Emily Folger, Shakespeare scholar.
1859 Pierre Curie, physicist.
1860 Ellen Louise Axson Wilson, first wife of President Woodrow Wilson.
1890 Katherine Anne Porter, novelist (Ship of Fools).
1891 Mikhail Bulgakov, Russian novelist (Notes of a Dead Man, Heart of a Dog).
1902 Richard Daley, mayor of Chicago through the 1960s and early 1970’s.
1923 Richard Avedon, photographer.
1926 Anthony Shaffer, English playwright (Sleuth), twin brother of Peter Shaffer.
1926 Peter Shaffer, English playwright (Equus, Amadeus), twin brother of Anthony Shaffer.
1930 Jasper Johns, Jr., painter, leader of the Pop Art movement.

1242: The army of Sultan Muizzuddin Bahram Shah of Delhi revolted. Killed the Sultan.
1935: Moscow Metro opened to the public.
1957: Britain announced that the first hydrogen bomb was tested under a series of tests conducted in the Pacific Ocean.
1958: Soviet Union launched Sutnik-3 rocket.
1995: Allison Gargrebs became the first woman to reach the summit of Everest without an oxygen cylinder.
1999: Women got the right to vote in the parliamentary elections in Kuwait.
2001 Majority for right-wing coalition in Italy.
2002: The United Nations Security Council approved sanctions on Iraq.
2003: War lawsuit filed in Brussels court against Tommy Frakes, commander of US forces in Iraq war
2005: India’s aircraft landed in Canada after twenty years.
2008: The Sri Lankan government extended the ban on terrorist organization LTTE for two years.
2006- Manjula Sood of Indian origin became the first Asian woman to become mayor in Britain. 2013: A painting by the painter Gerhard Richter sold at auction for US$37.1 million, the largest amount ever sold at auction for a work by the artist while he was alive. 2018: 40 people died due to boat sinking in Godavari river in Andhra Pradesh.
1817: Eminent Indian scholar and religious leader Debendranath Thakur (Tegore). 1907: Great revolutionary martyr Sukhdev.
1892: Hari Vinayak Pataskar, former Governor of Madhya Pradesh. India
1926: Mahendranath Mulla, a brave officer of the Indian Navy.
death :
1958: Famous historian Yadunath Sarkar. 1991 Famous Oriya poet Kalindi Charan Panigrahi. 1993: India’s first Army Commander in Chief KM Cariappa. 2010: Former Vice President of India Bhairon Singh Shekhawat. world family day

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