8 feb 2023 · June 27 - Sir John Lawrence, British Indian administrator (b. 1811) August 30 – John Bell Hood, America Confederate general (b. 1831) November 5 – James Clerk Maxwell, Scottish physicist (b. 1831) August 11 – George Willison Adams, Ohio abolitionist (b. 1799) This page was last changed on 20 September 2020, at 00:05.
ANNO 1879. I Personaggi politici di questo periodo. *** COME I BAMBINI LAVORANO. *** SELLA - E BIELLA DECOLLA. *** TASSA SUL MACINATO "LA MATEMATICA NON E' UN OPINIONE". *** GERMANIA - BISMARCK CONTRO I SOCIALISTI. 1 GENNAIO - Emanata alla fine dello scorso anno, le pagine dei giornali a inizio anno, anche quelli liberali, sono piene di ...
11 feb 2023 · This article provides a list of wars occurring between 1800 and 1899. Conflicts of this era include the Napoleonic Wars in Europe, the American Civil War in North America, the Taiping Rebellion in Asia, the Paraguayan War in South America, the Zulu War in Africa, and the Australian frontier wars in Oceania.
1 giorno fa · He was appointed an honorary member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, from which he received an honorary certificate in February 1879. He declined an invitation to an international congress on copyright in Paris after his son Alyosha had a severe epileptic seizure and died on 16 May.
3 giorni fa · 1942 - Felice Gimondi, ciclista su strada, pistard e dirigente sportivo italiano († 2019) 1942 - Madeline Kahn, attrice e soprano statunitense († 1999) 1942 - Stefan Kälin, ex sciatore alpino svizzero. 1942 - Donna Leon, scrittrice statunitense.
3 mar 2023 · 12 July – The German tariff of 1879 is voted for by a majority of 100 in the Reichstag. 21 June – German company Linde was founded. 31 May – German inventor Werner von Siemens demonstrates the first electric locomotive using an external power source at Berlin.
3 giorni fa · The net import of gold meant that the foreign demand for American currency to purchase goods, services, and investments exceeded the corresponding American demands for foreign currencies. In the final years of the greenback period (1862–1879), gold production increased while gold exports decreased.