Though it was an important battle during WWII it cannot be called the most important event in history
The two most important battles of the Civil War are arguably the Battle of Bull Run and the Battle of Wilson's Creek.
The most important battle was Vicksburg - liberating the Mississippi and ending the war in the west. The most important event was the Emancipation Proclamation, because it kept Britain and France from sending aid to the Confederates.
the battle of hay stings began
Battle of Manassan or most people call it First Battle of Bull Run and he was also in the Second Battle of Bull Run
what is the most important event in history of N.Z?
!!the first most important battle was the battle of the somme!! !!the first most important battle was the battle of the somme!!
The single most prominent person was "Stonewall" Jackson. He rallied his troops and prevented a quick defeat for the South, and they won the battle.
Assuming you mean the First Battle of Bull Run, it was General Joseph E. Johnston of the Confederates. He distracted the elderly Union General Patterson, and managed to bring a Confederate army to the battlefield by train.
i think that one of greeces most important event was the olympics
It was the most bloodiest and had the mostcausalities.
Bull riding, however, this can be different for your area.
there were many significant events in ww2. but the most important were the turning points battle at stalingrad battle at el alamein and the battle of midway these 3 events changed the course of the war
The most important event in all history is the coming of Jesus Christ.
what is the most important event in 1993 or the number one news article of 1993
The Battle of Dunkirk was most important.
Battle of Marnes
The Nazi defeat at Kursk was the most important event in 1943.
Shilo, Fort Sumter, First Battle of Bull Run, Second Battle of Bull run, Gettysburg (most significant), etc.
I would say that the most important event would probably be when Johnny killed Bob
The most important event of 2002 was probably the United States invasion of Afghanistan.