The April 27th is the 117e Jour of the Année (118e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier.
1 to 1900
- 1521 : The navigator Portuguese Magellan is killed with forty men by the populations of Mactan at the time of a tribal war.
- 1800 ( 7 floréal year VIII ): Jean-Baptiste Attic, old appointed of the Third state of the Seneschalsy of Riom to the General states, is named sub-prefect of Brioude.
- 1842 : With Madrid (Spain), alternate of Francisco Arjona Herrera known as “Cúchares”, Spanish Matador.
- 1848 : Abolition of the Slavery in France on the initiative of Victor Schoelcher.
- 1916: A law creates a diploma of “Mort for France” delivered with each man killed with the combat, to recall that their sacrifice was not vain.
- 1941 : First publication of the Waves . This weekly magazine is the body of Radio Paris. In other words, it is completely controlled by the occupant Nazi. He proposes and present in a detailed way the Paris radio programs and, in a more summary way, those of the National Station. Its beautiful covers in quadrichromy will make of it a weekly magazine much read. It will disappear with the Release.
- 1952 : Signature of a peace treaty enters the Japan and the nationalist China.
- 1960 : The African country of the Togo gains her independence after an administration by the France under mandate of UNO.
- 1967 : The opening of Expo 67 in Montreal.
- the French vote to 53% against the referendum on the regionalization and the reform of the Senate; de Gaulle resigns the following day.
- With alternate Barcelona (Spain), of Francisco Ruiz Miguel, Spanish Matador.
- 1978 : The Afghan president Mohammed Daoud Khan is assassinated.
- 1990 : Frank Reed, hostage American with the Lebanon, is released after 43 months of Détention.
- 1991 : Inauguration of the Bridge of Cheviré to Nantes by Michel Rocard, Prime Minister.
- 1994 : In South Africa, held of the first multi-racial elections, gained to 63% by ANC directed by Nelson Mandela.
2002 : The president of the Turkish Republic Ahmet Necdet Sezer puts his veto at the law of amnesty which would have made it possible to cancel the sorrow of Mehmet Ali Ağca, initially condemned to the life imprisonment (sorrow reduced thereafter to ten years of imprisonment), for the murder in 1979 of the publication director of the daily newspaper Milliyet, Abdi İpekçi.
2005 : First flight of the Airbus A380 with the Toulouse-Blagnac airport.
2007 : Estonia: violent ones confrontations opposed to Tallinn the Estonian demonstrator and police force opposed to the withdrawal of the Soldat of bronze , a War memorial the Soviet of the Red Army .
- 1682: Mrs. de Tencin, woman of letters and French salonnière (+ December 8th 1749)
- 1791: Samuel Morse, American painter († April 2nd 1872), inventor of the electric telegraph which bears its name
- 1797: Victor Audouin, naturalist, entomologist and ornithologist French († November 9th 1841)
- 1822: Ulysses S. Grant, American politician († July 23rd 1885), 18th president of the the United States
- 1894: Marcel Gimond, Sculptor French († October 13rd 1961)
- 1911: Georges Dargaud, editor French († July 18th 1990)
- 1921: Robert Dhéry, Realizer French († December 5th 2004)
- 1927: Olivér György Dely, herpetologist Hungarian († November 19th 2003)
- Anouk Aimee, French actress
- Roelof Frederik Botha known as Pik Botha , South-African politician
- 1939: Bernard Cazeau, French politician
- 1942: Valeri Polyakov, Russian cosmonaut
- 1944: Claude Villers, French journalist
- Ludmila Mikaël, French actress
- Ass Peebles, American singer of drunk person music
- 1951: Ace Frehley, guitarist of the group KIS
- 1952: Ari Vatanen, pilot of rally and rally-raid Finnish
- Ellen S. Baker, American astronaut
- Arielle Dombasle, director, actress, scenario writer and French singer born with Norwich in the Connecticut (the United States).
- 1959 : Sheena Easton, British singer
- 1976: Walter Pandiani, Uruguyan footballer
- 1984: Patrick Stump, singer of the group Fall Out Boy
- 1986: Dinara Safina, Russian tennis player.
- 1521: Ferdinand Magellan, explorer Portuguese (° spring 1480)
- 1656: Gerrit van Honthorst, Flemish painter (° November 4th 1590).
- 1702 : Jean Bart, Dunkirk corsair with the service of Louis XIV. (° October 21st 1650)
- 1799: Louis Marie de Caffarelli of Falga, military general French, Brigadier general, of the Revolution (° February 13rd 1756)
- 1802: Jean Antoine Rossignol, military general French, of the French revolution. (° November 7th 1759).
- 1882 : Ralph Waldo Emerson, essay writer and American poet. (° May 25th 1803)
- 1952: Jacques de Bernonville, collaborator French. (° December 20th 1897)
- 1953: Maud Gonne, actress and nationalist Irish (° December 21st 1866)
- 1972: Kwame Krumah, former president of the Ghana (° September 21st 1909)
- 1975: John B. McKay, American pilot of X-15 (° December 8th 1922)
- 1987: Attila Hörbiger, Austrian actor (° April 21st 1896)
- 1987: Robert Favre Bret, founder of the Cannes festival
- 1992: Olivier Messiaen, French type-setter (° December 10th 1908)
- 1998: Carlos Castaneda, American anthropologist (° December 25th 1925)
- 2007: Mstislav Rostropovitch, musician (violoncellist and pianist) and Russian leader (° March 27th 1927)
AlmanacWith holy-Zita, the cold does not last .
World day of associated office and secretaries
Catholic and orthodoxe saints of the day
- Syméon of Jerusalem (towards + 106), second bishop of the city taken refuge with Pella, martyr.
- Euloge Hospital the (6th century), stone mason in friendly Thébaïde of abba Daniel higoumene of Scété (see June 7th).
Catholic saint of the day
- Zita de Lucques (+ 1272), ascetic and miracle-worker.
Orthodoxe saint of the day
- Sabas of Serbia (+ 1236), destruction by the Turks of its relics, the Good Friday 1594. Principal festival the January 14th.
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