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1531 : Henri VIII is recognized as supreme leader of the Église of England .
1814 : Victoire of Napoleon to the battle of Montmirail.
1915 : The first Canadian soldiers unload in France.
- the Accords of Lateran recognize the independence of the Vatican City.
- a committee of experts joined together with Paris and chaired by O.D. Young studies rééchelonnement German debts.
1939 : Publication, in Natural , of the historical article of Dye stick Meitner and Otto Frisch on the mechanism of the fission. This same month, Leó Szilárd proposes the blackout of any publication on the subject.
1950 : The interprofessional Minimum wage guaranteed SMIG between in force in France. The new device imposes the principle of a minimal remuneration in lower part of which no employee can be paid. Determined according to the standard budget of a household, the SMIG also makes it possible to guarantee a minimum purchasing power to the most modest households.
1968 : The North-Vietnamese forces carry out 300 civilians and bury them in a common grave, during combat with Hué (South-Vietnam).
- the Japan is the fourth country to put a satellite into orbit: Ōsumi
- the autonomy of the Kurdish is granted by the Iraqi government.
1990 : More the political former prisoner of South Africa, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, is released by the president De Klerk after 27 years of imprisonment, including 15 years of bagne. Condemned in 1964 to the life imprisonment for its combat against the Apartheid, the leader of the ANC (African National congress) leaves the penitentiary of Paarl.
1993 : The queen Elizabeth II agrees to pay income taxes her personal according to the same methods as the ordinary taxpayer.
- Plus of twenty thousand people in anger ravels in the streets of Vlore, in the south of the Albania, behind the coffin of the first victim of the demonstrations which have lasted for one month in all the Albania.
- the Serb Parlement adopts a law restoring with the opposition its victories to the municipal elections of the November 17th.
- With the championships of Europe of figure skating, victory in dance of the French Marina Anissina and Gwendal Peizerat.
- in Northern Ireland, the British government restores its direct administration. The multiconfessionnelles institutions functioned only soixante-douze days.
- Valerie Lemercier, actress, is made steal her bag which contains in particular a bracelet out of diamond of 50.000 F by two individuals with scooter.
- a motorist circulates on the highway of the airport of San Jose, the United States when it is struck twice by the car of Sara McBurnett. When it leaves its car, it is attacked by the curly bichon the conducting one. It gets rid some without problem by sending it in the air in full medium of circulation where the dog dies crushed. It will take 3 years of prison to be defended of a double aggression. With the the United States, the dogs are defended better than the motorists!
- Jacques Chirac announces with Avignon its candidature for the presidential election.
- Opening to Toulouse of the lawsuit of Patrice Alegre, 33 years, shown rapes and murders of five young women between 1989 and 1997.
- the Angolan police force makes swallow laxatives with a man challenged with the airport of Luanda, to recover the 1.304 diamonds placed in a plastic small pocket, in its intestines!
- Rick Kneaded, cook of HMCS Halifax , Canadian warship, chosen an original manner to ask its hand his/her friend. Of return of mission, it hangs a streamer of five meter along the building " Sharmon Fern, do you agree to become my wife? ". She said yes!
- a Finnish ticket of 500 euros on which the Hologramme missed is sold with the biddings in Finland for 3.350 euros!
- the new long-distance carrier of Airbus, of a standard capacity of 313 passengers, the A340-500 makes its first flight (six hours). It is intended to ensure of the flights very long mails without stopover, such as the transpacific connection between Los Angeles and Singapore for example.
- the skater speed Casey FitzRandolph carries the Olympic record of the 500 m at 34,42 seconds.
- Of the official directives of the International federation of ice-skating enjoignent with the skaters to exclude from their Olympic program the attitudes considered to be too sexually suggestive. In full Mormon country, the judges will withdraw 0,1 point with the artistic note for each figure considered as moved. Ca will not prevent an young woman from gaining, at 17 years a gold medal by patinating in a behavior at the very least minimalist, to see almost naked, but it is not serious, it is American lasting the OJ American!
- Georg Hackl, victorious of the test of toboggan to the OJ of 1992 with Albertville, of 1994 with Lillehammer and 1998 with Nagano established a record with 5 medals (3 gold and 2 money) in 5 consecutive Plays in the same individual test.
- an audio recording allotted to Usama Bin Laden calls the Iraq iens with launching actions suicides against the Americans.
- NASA makes public a photograph of a clearness astonishing of the first moments of the Universe taken by the probe WMAP.
- the China gives its support for the proposal of February 10th, 2003 free-germano-Russian to extend the inspections in Iraq.
- After the " couac" of France 2 on the truth-false departure of Alain Juppe and motions of distrust against the team of the drafting of the newspaper of 20:00, the director of information Olivier Mazerolle resigns of his station, whereas the presenter of the newspaper of 20:00 David Pujadas is suspended for 15 days.
- the federal Commission of the Communications promises with the Congress an exemplary investigation after the nipple spoils , the center stripped of Janet Jackson at the half-time of the Super Bowl and called the profession to reduce the flood growing of sexual contents and obscenities on the waves. 200.000 complaints would have been deposited in connection with this incident.
- organizers of the football game Tunisia - Nigeria, in semi-final of the Cut of Africa of the nations 2004, make a pellet. The played anthem as being that of the Nigeria is not the good. With the return of the half-time, all the players and the referees realign themselves vis-a-vis the official platform, to listen to the anthem of the Nigeria, the good!
- XIIIe world Day of the patient in Africa with the Cameroun, the sanctuary of the Queen of the Apostles, Mvolye.
- Reggie Fowler, business man of Arizona becomes the first Black owner of an American football team of NFL, that is to say the Vikings of the Minnesota
- the archbishop of Tours, Mgr André Vingttrois, is named by the pope Jean-Paul II to succeed the cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger with the head of the archbishop's palace of Paris.
- the special Court of Assizes of Paris condemns Gerard Cianelli and Herve Santelli , the two brains of the assassination attempt against the residence of the deputy and mayor of Bastia Emile Zuccarelli in March 2002, at respectively ten years of imprisonment and eight years of imprisonment.
- Dick Cheney, vice-president of the the United States, wounds Harry Whittington, a companion of hunting, a lead shooting.
- a traveller of a train bound for Frankfurt will announce the loss of its bag to the police force. The police officers who recovered it discover inside 35 grams of Marijuana and stop at once the inattentive traveller.
- a delinquent in escape and sought by the police force presents to the prefecture Grenoble, France… to require a passport. It is received by three police officers who return it in his cell.
- Portugal: Portuguese the Prime Minister promises a legalization by parliamentary way of the Avortement (or Voluntary interruption of pregnancy) following the failure of the Référendum. A majority of Portuguese 59,3% expressed itself favorably but rate of participation (approximately 40%) is lower than the threshold of 50% of validation.
- Turkménistan : presidential election in order to replace the president deceased Saparmyrat Nyýazow. The president by interim Gurbanguly Berdimuhammedow is regarded as the favorite.
- 1568 : Honore d' Urfé, French writer, author of the first great saga novel worthy of this name of the French Literature, Astrée . († June 1st 1625).
- 1657 : Bernard Bovier de Fontenelle, historian and scientist French. († January 9th 1757)
- 1699: Bertrand-François Mahé of Bourdonnais, French navigator, governor of the Ile de France and the Island of Bourbon († November 10th 1753)
- 1764: Marie-Joseph Chénier, poet French († January 10th 1811)
- 1800: William Henry Fox Talbot, British mathematician († September 17th 1877)
- 1839: Josiah Willard Gibbs, American physicist († April 28th 1903)
- 1847: Thomas Alva Edison, inventor and an American business man. († October 18th 1931)
- 1862: Francis Sowerby Macaulay, British mathematician († 1937)
- 1891: Ivan Ivanovich Privalov, Russian mathematician († 1941)
- 1897: Emil Leon Post, mathematician and Russian logician († 1954)
- 1900: Hans-Georg Gadamer, German philosopher († March 13rd 2002)
- 1902: Arne Jacobsen, architect and designer Danish († March 24th 1971)
- 1909: Claude Chevalley, French mathematician († June 28th 1984)
- 1909: Joseph L. Mankiewicz, scenario writer, realizer and American film producer. († February 5th 1993)
- Richard Wesley Hamming, American mathematician
- Hans Edmund Wolters, German ornithologist († December 22nd 1991)
- 1920: Farouk Ier, king d' Egypte. († March 18th 1965)
- 1921: Yozo Matsushima, Japanese mathematician
- 1922: Hélie Denoix de Saint Marc, military French
- 1926: Paul Bocuse, large French chef
- 1935: Gene Vincent, American pioneer of the rock' roll († October 12th 1971)
- 1936: Burt Reynolds, American actor of cinema
- 1937: Maryse Condé, writer inhabitant of Guadeloupe
- 1940: Rafael Of Paula (Rafael Soto Moreno), Spanish Matador
- 1941: Sergio Mendes, Brazilian musician
- 1943: Serge LAMA, singer author-interprets French
- 1947: Jacques Pradel, journalist of investigation, writer, radio presenter and TV host French
- 1949: Driving Marc, French journalist, radio presenter
- 1953: Stephen Thorne, candidate American astronaut († May 24th 1986)
- 1956: Piotr Klemensiewicz, French painter of Polish origin
- 1957: Colette Burgeon, Belgian political woman of French language
- 1960: Richard A. Mastracchio, American astronaut
- 1966: Dieudonné balled Me balled me, actor and humorist French
- 1967: Uwe Daßler, German swimmer
- 1969: Jennifer Aniston, American actress
- 1972: Kelly Slater, professional surfer
- 1976: Alexandra Neldel, German actress
- 1980: Marco Bresciano, Australian international footballer
- 1981: Kelly Rowland, singer of the " group; Destiny's Child "
- 1982 : Leito Adriano, Brazilian international footballer
- 1983: Rafael van der Vaart, international footballer Dutch
- 1985: Roy Contout, French footballer
- 731: Gregoire II, pope
- 824: Pascal Ier, pope
- 1503: Elisabeth of York, queen of Henri VII of England (° February 11th 1466)
- 1617: Giovanni Antonio Magini, 61 years, astronomer, astrologer, cartographer, mathematician and university Italian. (° June 13rd 1555).
- 1626 : Pietro Antonio Cataldi, Mathematician Italy N (° April 15th 1552)
- 1650: Rene Descartes, Philosopher and Mathematician French (° March 31st 1596)
- 1797: Antoine Dauvergne, violonist and type-setter French (° 1713)
- 1879: Honore Daumier, caricaturist and painter French (° February 26th 1808)
- 1868: Leon Foucault, Physicist French (° September 18th 1819)
- 1685: David Teniers III, Flemish painter (° July 10th 1638) *
- 1884: John Hutton Balfour, British Botanist (° September 15th 1808)
- 1886: Bernardo Gaviño, Spanish Matador (° August 20th 1812).
- 1923 : Wilhelm Killing, German Mathematician (° May 10th 1847)
- 1925: Aristide Bruant, French chansonnier (° May 6th 1851)
- 1931: Charles Algernon Parsons, inventor of the steam turbine (° June 13rd 1854)
- 1938: Kazimierz Twardowski, philosopher Polish (° October 20th 1866)
- 1939: Franz Schmidt, violoncellist and Austrian post-romantic type-setter. (° December 22nd 1874)
- John Buchan, General governor of Canada (° August 26th 1875)
- J. - H. elder Rosny, Belgian writer of origin (° February 17th 1856)
- 1948: Sergei Eisenstein, Lithuanian realizer (° January 23rd 1898)
- 1960: Victor Klemperer, German Philologist (° October 9th 1881)
- 1963: Sylvia Plath, poetess states-unienne (° October 27th 1932)
- 1973: Hans Daniel Jensen, German physicist, Nobel Prize of physics 1963 (° June 25th 1907)
- 1976: Alexander Lippisch, scientific German (° November 2nd 1894)
- 1977: Louis Beel, Dutch Prime Minister (° April 12th 1902)
- 1978: Harry Martinson, Swedish writer, Nobel Prize of literature 1974 (° May 6th 1904)
- 1982: Eleanor Powell, actress and dancer states-unienne (° November 21st 1912)
- 1982: Takashi Shimura, Japanese actor (° March 12th 1905)
- 1985: Henry Hathaway, realizer states-unien (° March 13rd 1898)
- 1986: Frank Herbert, writer states-unien (° November 8th 1920)
- 1987: Sadequain, Pakistani painter (B. 1930
- 1993 : Robert W. Holley, biochemist states-unien, Nobel Prize of medicine 1968 (° January 28th 1922)
- 1994: Sorrell Booke, actor states-unien (° January 4th 1930)
- 1994: William Conrad ( William Edge ), actor states-unien (° September 27th 1920)
- 2000 :
- Jacqueline Auriol, aviatrice and first test pilot woman. (° November 5th 1917)
- Roger Vadim ( Roger Vadim Plemiannikov ), Actor and Realizer French (° January 26th 1928)
- 2003: Daniel Toscan of producing Plantier French (° April 7th 1941)
- 2005: , inventive American with whom one owes the mannequins of crash landing-test used in auto industry. (° October 21st 1914)
Catholic and orthodoxe saints of the day
- Blaise of Rosefish († towards 316) bishop and martyr.
- Castrensis († 450)
- Caedmon de Whitby († 680) monk.
- Question († 513)
- Didier of Vienna († 608)
- Gaudin († 700)
- Gregoire II, pope (89e) of 715 with 731 († 731)
- Notre Dame de Lourdes appearances of 1858.
- Odon of Cluny († 942) 2nd abbot of Cluny.
- Pascal Ier Pope (98e) of 817 with 824 († 824)
- Saturnin d' Abitine martyr with Dative and other companions († 304)
- Severin d' Agaune († 508), abbot of Saint-Maurice Were worth of it
- Simplice of Vienna (5th century), bishop of Vienna
- Théodora the empress († 867) with Constantinople
Catholic saints of the day
- Adolphe d' Osnabruck Monk then bishop († 1224)
- Holy Ardaing († 1056)
- Catalan Fabri Inquisiteur franciscain, martyr († 1321)
- Happy Elisabeth Salviati († 1519)
- Happy Héloïse (Helwisa) († towards 1066) hermit bénédictine
- Pierre de Guarda († 1505)
Orthodoxe saints of the day
- Dimitri de Prilouki Monk with the monastery of Pereyaslav († 1503)
- Georges Serb the († 1515) néo-martyr with Sofia.
- Vsevolod de Pskov († 1139)
- February 11th in sport
- February 11th in the railroads
Beats-smg: Vasarė 11 Be-X-old: 11 лютага Fiu-vro: 11. radokuu päiv Nds-nl: 11 febrewaori Simple: February 11 Zh-yue: 2 月 11 號
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