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March 4: Grand Duke of Lithuania Jagiello, 4-wheeled carriage with a gasoline engine and the Disney
March 4: Grand Duke of Lithuania Jagiello, 4-wheeled carriage with a gasoline engine and the Disney "Cinderella"
On March 4, 1386 in Krakow, the husband of Jadwiga, Grand Duke of Lithuania Jagiello, ascended the throne of Poland. He was baptized just two weeks before. For almost 50 years of his rule, Vladislav II Jagailo baptized Lithuania, annexed Galician Russia...
4 March 2019, 12:15
2349
March 1: the first book of Nostradamus, the sixth vitamin and CD-ROM by Apple Computer
March 1: the first book of Nostradamus, the sixth vitamin and CD-ROM by Apple Computer
March 1, 1555 The first (lifetime) edition of the book “The Prophecies of Michel Nostradamus” was published in Lyon. His astrological calculations contained many mistakes, for which the astrologers of the time criticized Nostradamus. 1815 - Napoleon...
1 March 2019, 13:02
1628
February 28 - this day in history
February 28 - this day in history
On February 28, 1525, on the orders of the Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes, was accused of attempting to kill him and intending to revolt against the Spaniards. Quautemoc (Guatemozin), the eleventh and last independent ruler of the Aztec Empire, was...
28 February 2019, 13:27
1292
February 27th is the day in history
February 27th is the day in history
February 27, 1693 in London was the first in the world magazine for women (The Ladies' Mercury). At first it was one sheet, printed on both sides. In fact, he was not even called a "magazine." 1825 - The first chapter of Alexander Pushkin’s novel...
27 February 2019, 10:32
1712
February 25 - this day in history
February 25 - this day in history
On February 25, 1836, American inventor Samuel Colt received a patent for a six-shooter for shooting, which became a symbol of the American Wild West, the Colt revolver. 1856 - the Paris Congress began, crowned by the signing of the Treaty of...
25 February 2019, 17:44
1220
February 24 - this day in history
February 24 - this day in history
February 24, 1466 in Bruges (Belgium) took place the first of the famous lotteries, organized by the widow of the Flemish painter Jan van Eyck. 1582 - Pope Gregory XIII with his bullet Inter gravissimas announced the reformation of the calendar and the...
24 February 2019, 10:25
1290
February 23 - this day in history
February 23 - this day in history
On February 23, 1874, English Major Walter Wingfield patented the game, which he called Sphairistike, now known as tennis. His game resembled old tennis, but with slightly different rules, and most importantly - intended not for indoor areas and halls...
23 February 2019, 11:47
1206
February 22 - this day in history
February 22 - this day in history
On February 22, 1632, Galileo Galilei publishes his most important work, “The Dialogue on the Two Most Important Systems of the World — Ptolemaic and Copernican,” which influenced the development of the future European science of astronomy. 1797 -...
22 February 2019, 11:43
1298
February 21 - this day in history
February 21 - this day in history
On February 21, 1804, the Englishman Richard Trevithic publicly demonstrated for the first time a self-propelled steam wagon on rails - a prototype of the future steam locomotive. 1885 - a monument to George Washington is opened in Washington. 1907 -...
21 February 2019, 14:09
1274
February 20 - this day in history
February 20 - this day in history
On February 20, 1831, during the Polish uprising of 1830–1831, the battle of Wawr ended. The haste of the advance of Palen, who started the battle without waiting for the arrival of the 3rd Infantry Division following him, and the non-simultaneous...
20 February 2019, 13:43
1252
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