4 giorni fa · Il 1914 è un anno del XX secolo. 1914 negli altri calendari Calendario gregoriano 1914 Ab Urbe condita 2667 Calendario armeno 1362 — 1363 Calendario bengalese 1320 — 1321 Calendario berbero 2864 Calendario bizantino 7422 — 7423 Calendario buddhista 2458 Calendario cinese 4610 — 4611 Calendario copto 1630 — 1631 Calendario ...
2 giorni fa · Der Erste Weltkrieg wurde von 1914 bis 1918 in Europa, in Vorderasien, in Afrika, Ostasien und auf den Ozeanen geführt. Etwa 17 Millionen Menschen verloren durch ihn ihr Leben. Er begann am 28. Juli 1914 mit der Kriegserklärung Österreich-Ungarns an Serbien, der das Attentat von Sarajevo vom 28.
1 giorno fa · Partire, raccontare, tornare. 1914-18, Il Mulino, 2014 Quinto Antonelli, I dimenticati della grande guerra. La memoria dei combattenti trentini (1914-1920), Il Margine, 2008 Francesco Marchio, Disertore a Vladivostok. Una grande avventura inedita nella guerra 1915-18, Giunti Editore, 1995 59 La biennale del dissenso: Ernesto Galli Della Loggia
5 giorni fa · July 29 1914 (Wednesday) River military boat SMS Bodrog on the Danube river in 1914 World War I – The first shots of the war were fired at 1:00 a.m. when Austria's river monitor SMS Bodrog bombarded Belgrade in response to Serbia blowing up the only major bridge across the river Sava which linked the two countries.
2 giorni fa · The 1914 United States Senate elections, with the ratification of the 17th Amendment in 1913, was the first time that all seats up for election were popularly elected instead of chosen by their state legislatures. And thus it became the first time that they were generally scheduled on Election Day to coincide with the U.S. House elections.
1 giorno fa · The last of the Ottoman censuses was performed in 1914. Despite military reforms which reconstituted the Ottoman Modern Army , the Empire lost its North African territories and the Dodecanese in the Italo-Turkish War (1911) and almost all of its European territories in the Balkan Wars (1912–1913).
2 giorni fa · On 29 October 1914, the empire entered World War I on the side of the Central Powers by launching a surprise attack on Russian ports in the Black Sea. Many Russian Armenians were enthusiastic about the war, but Ottoman Armenians were more ambivalent, afraid that supporting Russia would bring retaliation.