On this day World History

First test tube baby born

World History, Lucy Brown was born in the United Kingdom on 25 July 1984. But Lucy was no longer like ten ordinary children. Because, Lucy is the first human baby to be born using in vitro fertilization or IVF. His birth is therefore considered one of the most significant breakthroughs in 20th century medicine.

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The IVF method basically involves artificial fertilization of the embryo outside the woman’s body. In simple terms, it is the method of giving birth to a child by fertilizing an embryo in a test tube.

Cross the English Channel by plane

The time was 25 July 1909. The Wright brothers invented the airplane less than a decade ago. Meanwhile, the French aviator Louis Bleriot made a unique feat. He flew across the English Channel. First English Channel cross in this day. At that time he was considered one of the best pilots in the world history.

Border dispute at Niagara

The scenic Niagara Falls is located on the border of the United States and Canada. The beauty of this unique body of water can be enjoyed from both countries. Millions of visitors visit Niagara every year. However, on July 25, 1814, the two countries were involved in a border dispute. This fight is known in history as ‘Battle of Niagara Falls’.

However, in the end, the joint forces of Canada and Britain were able to defend their territory by resisting the US forces.

First woman to walk in space

Svetlana Savistskaya was an astronaut from the former Soviet Union. This woman went to the Soviet Salyut-7 space station for research work.

He walked there on this day in 1984. She is the first walk in space that World History.

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