The April 14th is the 104e Jour of the Année (105e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier.
1 to 1900
- 1205: Baudouin IX of Flanders is beaten with the Bataille of Turkey-red cotton by the Bulgares
- 1375: Milon de Dormans, First president of the room of the accounts, bishop of Angers, and nephew of old the bishop of Beauvais Jean de Dormans, becomes in his turn bishop of Beauvais.
- 1471 : Battle of Barnet, in the War of the Two-Pinks in England
- 1796: Battle of Millesimo (French victory at the time of the countryside of Italy)
- 1803: Adhesion of the canton of Vaud to the Swiss Confederation
- 1865: John Wilkes Booth car on the president Abraham Lincoln who succumbs the following day.
- 1900 : The President of the Republic Emile Loubet inaugurates the World Fair of Paris.
- 1916: the Bulgaria passes to the Gregorian calendar
- 1931: Proclamation of the Spanish Republic and abdication of the king Alphonse XIII of Spain
- 1935: Pacte of Stressed between France and Italy
- 1940: Hattie McDaniel is the Noire first to gain a Oscar for its role in Gone With The Wind
- 1945: Massive bombardment of Tokyo
- 1949: end of the Lawsuit of Nuremberg against the former Nazis chiefs.
- 1988 : With Geneva, agreement on a withdrawal of the Soviet of Afghanistan.
- 2003 : General elections with the Quebec: the Liberal party of Quebec and Jean Charest overcomes PQ Bernard Landry
- 1802 : The French writer Chateaubriand publishes the “ Génie of Christianity, or Beauties of the Christian religion ”, including/understanding Atala and Rene .
Sciences and Technology
- 1931 : first transmission of an image of Television in France
- 1956: development by Ampex of the Video tape recorder to ribbon
- 1958: died of the Chien Laïka orbits
- 1999 of it: the magnetic train Maglev Japan board reaches the speed of 552 km/h
- 2003: announces end of the sequencing of the human genome
- 1578 : Philippe III, king of Spain and the Portugal.
- 1629 : Christiaan Huygens, Mathematician, astronomer and physicist Dutch. († July 8th 1695)
- 1762: Giuseppe Valadier, Architect, Town planner, Archeologist and Goldsmith Italy N. († 1839).
- 1797 : Adolphe Thiers, president of the French Republic.
- 1861 : Jean-Francisque Delmas, singer of opera French.
- 1862 : Felix Robert, Matador French († January 19th 1916).
- 1866 : Joseph-Dominique Guay, business man Quebec, Saguenay (city) († 1925)
- Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, lawyer and Indian politician.
- Juan Belmonte, Spanish Matador († April 8th 1962).
- 1895 : Mary Marquet, French actress († August 29th 1979).
- 1897 : Horace McCoy, American writer.
- 1904 : John Gielgud, British Actor . († May 21st 2000)
- 1912: Robert Doisneau, French photographer († April 1st 1994)
- 1915: Andree Basilières, Québécois actress († May 10th 2007)
- 1918: Cornell Wrapped, photographer American of Hungarian origin, younger brother of Robert Capa
- 1925: Eugene Gene Ammons, known as Jug , saxophonist of American Jazz.
- 1925 : Rod Steiger, American actor († 2002).
- 1927 : Dany Robin, French actress.
- 1935: Loretta Lynn, American singer of Country
- 1941: Julie Christie, British actress .
- 1942 : Valentine Lebedev, Soviet cosmonaut
- 1945: Ritchie Blackmore, guitarist of Deep Purple
- 1947: Dominique Baudis, journalist and politician French.
- 1953 : “Manzanares” (Jose María Abellán Frauds), Spanish Matador.
- 1954 : Katsuhiro Otomo, Mangaka.
- 1965 : Alexandre Jardin, French writer.
- 1975 : Veronika Zemanová, Czech erotic actress
- 1977: Sarah Michelle Gellar, American actress.
- 1996 : Abigail Breslin, American actress.
- 1109 : Foulque IV '' Réchin '', count d' Anjou of 1067 with 1109. (° 1043).
- 1471 : Richard Neville, count de Warwick (° November 22nd 1428)
- 1578: James Hepburn, Scottish lord
- 1687: Pierre Tremblay, ancestor of the Tremblay of America
- 1721: Michel Chamillart, French statesman (° January 10th 1652)
- 1759: Georg Friedrich Haendel, British type-setter of German origin (° February 23rd 1685)
- 1785: William Whitehead, British writer (° 1715)
- 1792: Maximilian Hell, Slovakian astronomer (B. 1720)
- 1831: Alexandre Camille Taponier, general French (° February 2nd 1749)
- 1838: Charles-Joseph Buquet, general French (° June 4th 1776)
- 1843: Joseph Lanner, type-setter, violonist and Austrian, precursory leader of the Waltz with Strauss father (° April 12th 1801)
- 1865: Rafael Will square, president of Guatemala (° October 24th 1814)
- 1895: James Dwight Dana, geologist, mineralogist and zoologist states-unien (° February 12th 1813)
- 1897: Emile Levassor, French engineer (° January 21st 1843)
- 1912: Henri Brisson, French political personality (° July 31st 1835)
- 1917: Lejzer Ludwik Zamenhof, doctor Polish, creative ophtalmologist of the Esperanto (° December 15th 1859).
- 1924 : Louis Sullivan, American architect (° September 3rd 1856)
- 1925: John Singer Sargent, American painter (° January 12th 1856)
- 1930: Vladimir Maïakovski, Russian writer (° July 19th 1893)
- 1935: Emmy Noether ( Amalie Noether ), German mathematician (° March 23rd 1882)
- 1951: Ernest Bevin, British politician (° March 9th 1881)
- 1964: Rachel Carson, zoologist and environmentalist American (° March 27th 1907)
- 1975: Fredric March ( Ernest Frederick McIntyre Bickel ), actor states-unien (° August 31st 1897)
- 1977: Raoul de Godewarsvelde ( Francis Albert Victor Delbarre ), French singer (° 1928)
- 1980: Gianni Rodari, Italian poet (° October 23rd 1920)
- 1986: Simone de Beauvoir, French writer (° January 9th 1908)
- 2000: Phil Katz, American personality of data processing (° November 3rd 1962)
- 2005: Saunders Mac Lane, American mathematician (° August 4th 1920)
- 2007: Rene Rémond, historian, French political economist (° September 30th 1918)
- Khmer New year (Chaul Chhnam Khmer) until the April 16th
- Festival of Bangla Naba Barsha - Navabarsha with the Bangladesh
- 14 and April 15th, Yayoi matsuri, ravelled tanks decorated with the Japan
- Nepalese New year (Nayabarsa or Bisket will jatra)
Good festival withMaxime, Lambert, Labériane, Lacmé, Lamé, Lamia, Lamie, Lidwine, Ludivine, Ludwine, Tiburce, Wallerand, Achilles Luamba
Catholic and orthodoxe saints of the day
- Ardelion the Actor († towards 300), martyr.
- Aristarque disciple of the Lord († 67)
- Christophe de Saint-Sabas († 797)
- Justin of Nablus († 166), Greek born in Palestine, founder of a school of Philosophy, martyr with his companions with Rome
- Lambert of Lyon († 688), bishop.
- Prétextat of Rouen († 588), bishop martyr.
- Thomaïs of Alexandria (5e S.), martyrdom.
- Valérien, Maxime and Tiburce of Rome († 260), martyrs.
Catholic saints of the day
- Bénezet of Avignon († 1184), manufacturer of the bridge.
- Bernard d' Abbeville († 1117), hermit, Benedictine.
- Lydwine de Schiedam († 1433), mystical Dutchwoman
Orthodoxe saints of the day
- Antoine, Jean and Eustace of Lithuania († 1342), martyrs with Vilnius.
- Dimitrios of the Peloponnese († 1803), néo-martyr.
Beats-smg: Balondė 14 Be-X-old: 14 красавіка Fiu-vro: 14. mahlakuu päiv Nds-nl: 14 april Simple: April 14 Zh-yue: 4 月 14 號
|Random links:||Adolphe Beaufrère | Park of Wasco (California) | One day of shit | Paban Das Baul | Valin mounts|