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Ephemerides


Ephemerides (in Latin, "daily memorial") is a chronological succession of dates and their respective events.

Check below the historical ephemerides we have registered. Periodically we will publish new facts.

Soon more months.


January 31st


Leon Trotsky

314 - Pope Silvester I, the 33rd Pope, who succeeded Pope Melquíades is elected.
1542 - Discovery of Iguazu Falls by the Spanish Dom Alvar Nuñez Head of Cow.
1673 - Born in Montfort in France, St. Louis, one of the priests who helped to develop modern Mariology (set of theological studies about Mary).
1736 - Dies Bruno Mauricio de Zabala, founder of Montevideo.
1797 - Born Franz Peter Schubert, Austrian composer.
1876 - Indians are required to move to Indian reservations by the United States government.
1882 - Ana Pavlova is born, Russian dancer.
1891 - Republican revolt in Porto, first attempt to overthrow the monarchy
1917 - German scientists Otto Hahn and Lise Meitner discover protactinium, a radioactive element.
1918 - Germany conducts an air raid on Paris, dropping 14,000 bombs on the city.
1921 - Alfredo Cocozza Lanza is born, known as Mario Lanza, American singer and actor.
1923 - Norman Mailer, American writer and journalist is born.
1925 - Ajmed Zogu is elected President of the Republic of Albania.
1927 - End of interalia military control in Germany.
1929 - Leon Trotsky is expelled from Russia following power struggles following Lenin's death.
1935 - Born Kenzaburo Oe, Japanese writer and Nobel Prize for Literature in 1994.
1938 - It is officially constituted in Burgos the first Spanish government presided over by General Franco, that replaces the Technical Board of the State.
1943 - German military forces, surrounded at Stalingrad, surrender to the Soviet army.
1944 - The Americans land on the Pacific Marshall Islands, defended by the Japanese forces.
Jean Giraudoux, French playwright, dies.
1946 - Constitution of Yugoslavia, along the lines of the Soviet Union, made up of six republics (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia).
1949 - Pope Pius XII announces, in a public hearing, the discovery of the tomb of St. Peter.
Chinese Civil War: Communist forces enter Beijing without violent clashes with Kuomintang (nationalists).
1950 - US President Harry S. Truman announces the hydrogen bomb development program.
1956 - Possession of President Juscelino Kubitschek in Brazil, ensured by the Movement of 11 November.
1958 - Space launch of the first North American satellite, Explorer-1.
1961 - Possession of President Jânio Quadros in Brazil.
1971 - Apollo Project: Apollo 14 astronauts take off for a moon mission.
Several years after the interruption, telephone calls between West Berlin and East Berlin are reestablished.
1980 - Queen Juliana of the Netherlands abdicates the crown in favor of her daughter Beatriz.
1986 - Trading starts on the BM&F Futures Exchange.
1987 - Yves Allegret dies, French film director.
1984 - Dies Ricardo García López, the "K-Ito", humorist and Spanish journalist.
1994 - A fire destroys Barcelona's Grand Theater del Liceo, built in 1847.
1996 - A suicide bombing of the guerrillas in Colombo, Sri Lanka's capital, left at least 200 dead and 1,400 injured.
1999 - SOS: Radio Melbourne sent the last broadcast of this Morse Code signal, which was extinguished.
2000 - British doctor Harold Shipman is sentenced to life in prison for the deaths of 250 patients between the 1970s and the late 1990s.
2006 - Proposed donation of dog food by New Zealand company to hungry people in Kenya, rejected by the Ministry of Health.