The February 26th is the 57e Jour of the Année of the Gregorian Calendrier. There remain 308 days before the end of the year (309 so bissextile).
277: Persian: The Manicheism, doctrines of Persan the Mani (born the April 14th 216 with Babylon), spreads as of the year 240 in Perse, where it seems a Hérésie vis-a-vis the official worship, the Mazdéisme. It is proscribed and the Perses condemn Mani to dead and this day, it is carried out.
1731 : François-Léonor Gouyon, lord de Matignon, duke of Valentinois, par of France, husband of Louise Grimaldi, oldest daughter of the Prince Antoine Grimaldi, becomes prince de Monaco under the name of Jacques Ier. He is thus the ancestor of the current prince Albert II, which has inter alia titles, that of lord de Matignon.
1832 : The tsar of Russia Nicolas Ier abolishes the Polish Constitution.
1901 : in China, two leaders of the revolt of the Boxers, Chi-Hsui and Hsu Cheng-you , are decapitated in public.
1916 : The German occupy the Fort of Douaumont.
1925 : Studies suggest that the Tour of Pisa could crumble well.
- Blow of military force to the Japan where the Prime Minister Koki Hirota is évincé.
- Germany: Hitler inaugurates with Wolfsbourg (Lower Saxony) the first factory Volkswagen. “ the cars of the people ” conceived by Ferdinand Porsche will cost only 990 marks. One will build some more than twenty million.
1949 : James Gallagher and 13 men of crew, leaves for the 1st air round the world tour without stopover (7 734 km into 94. 1 min with 4 in-flight refueling) on board a Boeing B-50 Superfortress Lucky Lady II .
1960 : David Jenkins succeeds his brother holding of the title on the Olympic podium of the figure skating.
1962 : J. Bertin and P. Guienne deposit the patent of the Aérotrain.
- has a strong majority, the Synode of the Église Anglican decides in favor of the Ordination women.
- the Board of inquiry into the National council of safety installation by the White House publishes his report, in which she considers “ not very responsible ” control for the president Ronald Reagan and her assistants in the business of the Irangate.
- Inauguration, with Drummondville, of the first factory of compact disks of the Quebec.
- Environ a million Armenians ravel with Erevan to claim with the Supreme Soviet the fastening of the Karabagh (populated to 75% of Armenians) to the Arménie.
- With the Panama, the Général Noriega relieves president Eric Delvalle.
- Release of American Rubin Casing, imprisoned for murder lasting 22 years and cleared.
- the dictator Iraq IEN Saddam Hussein announces the withdrawal of its troops of the Kuwait.
- a “autonomous region Serb of Western Slavonia, Baranya and Syrmie” is proclaimed by the separatists at the end is Croatia, along the Serb border.
- Tim Berners-Lee presents WorldWideWeb, the first Navigateur Internet.
1994 : The chief of the islamist Group armed (GIA), Djarfar El Afghani , said the Afghan - of its true name Mourad If Ahmed -, regarded as the public enemy number one in Algeria, is killed by the Algerian security forces.
- the Israeli government approves the very disputed project of construction of 6.500 Jewish residences to the periphery of Jerusalem - Is.
- the Suisse creates Funds special in favor of the victims of the Holocauste.
- First selection in team of France of Football of Patrick Vieira. The France beats the Netherlands 2-1.
- Execution, following the refusal of the grace, by George W. Bush, of Betty Lou Beets.
- French the Prime Minister Lionel Jospin is taken for target with Ramallah (the West Bank) by furious Palestinian students of the remarks which it had made on the Lebanese Hezbollah.
- the final result of the elections Iran iennes confirms the victory crushing of the reformers as of the first turn.
- Meeting of Jean-Paul II and the coptes of Egypt to the Mount the Sinai.
- impartial Judgment with the the United States: Tinder Diallo, of Guinean origin was cut down by 4 white police officers of 41 balls the February 4th 1999. Today the four police officers are recognized not culprits and are discharged.
- New strange world records: Jean Imbert , the companies Puts IH, Gregoire-Besson and BP succeeds in plowing 209,42 hectares in 24:00 the machine used (30 tons, 30 m length) was a tractor Case IH, Quadtrac of 425 ch associated with a plow Gregoire-Besson 17 bodies reversible to obtain a 27 depth cm regular ploughing.
- Destruction by the Talibans of the Buddha S giants of Bamiyan in Afghanistan.
- Signature of the Treated of Nice: treaty signed at the conclusion of the intergovernmental Conference of the European Union concluded with Nice in December 2000 and come into effect, after ratification, the 2003. It engages the institutional reforms essential to the Union from the point of view of its widening.
- the Spain decides to make cut down 540 pigs brittanic per possible precaution because victims of the Foot-and-mouth disease that our " amis" English liberally exported.
- a man is presented in a bank of Montbeliard and tries to cash a check of 4,2 Franc million. He undoubtedly hoped that there would be no control, failure, it had of it and the check was stolen.
- Chen Liangyu (56 years) becomes mayor of Shanghai (China).
- the Saoudi crown prince Abdallah presents a peace plan between the Hebrew State and the whole of the Arab Monde in the exchange of the Israeli withdrawal of the occupied territories after the Guerre of the Six-Jours in 1967.
- the European Cour of the human rights recognizes the right, with the France, to refuse the adoption of a child by a homosexual couple .
- First failure for Michael Youn! After its odd success for a very particular emission and " limp with images " very special, on the chain M6, it had placed the bar a little high. Knowing that its emission was going to stop, it tested to it course of the Elysium to howl its famous “ Morning Live, the emission which awakes your neighbors ” with his Mégaphone. The police officers in faction block it only mollement but the gatekeeper of the Elysium refuses to let it enter.
- Francoise Quoirez, known as Francoise Sagan, writer, is condemned to twelve months of suspended sentence to have dissimulated nearly five million FF (760.000 euros) to the Fisc. It must also make publish the judgment with the " Official journal " , in " Le Monde " and in " Le Figaro ".
- the police force with the border post of Kakavia , Greece, finds, thanks to a classified, “ four workers thin and of small size for mission of accuracy of one limited time”. It is necessary, in fact, to withdraw four tons of Haschich dissimulated all at the bottom of the cistern of a truck by a very narrow opening.
- an young woman expresses in front of the studios of television ABC with Manhattan, New York, the United States, only vêtue of a black String and the body constellated with spots of leopard, painted with very the body to protest against the televised appearances of Hanna Jack. The practices of the presenter, zoologist and regular guest of the greatest American emissions of talk show, are regarded as source of stress for the animals, according to PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment off Animals, for an ethical treatment of the animals), organization of which it forms part.
- the Court of Appeal of Montpellier (Herault) condemns the leader of the Peasant confederation, Jose Bove, in ten months of imprisonment for destruction of seedlings of corn and rice transgenic.
- In front of the commercial failure of the Renault Avantime, Matra Automobile decides to stop the production of this top-of-the-range futuristic half-compartment launched in 2001. The factory of Romorantin, of the Group Lagardere, is closed the following year.
- Philippe Cohen and Pierre Péan publishes one entitled book “ the Hidden side of the World ” which seriously blames the direction of the Monde - in particular Jean-Marie Colombani and Edwy Plenel - like some practical of the first French daily newspaper.
- Boris Trajkovski, 47 years, chairs Macedonia, is killed in an air crash in Bosnia.
- the the United States raise prohibition on the voyages bound for the Libya, after the government of Mouammar Kadhafi had affirmed its responsibility in the attack against the Boeing for Lockerbie (270 died in 1988, above the Scotland).
- 1361 : Wenceslaus, king de Bohème († 1419)
- 1416: Christophe III, king of the Denmark, Sweden and Norway.
- 1564 : Christopher Marlowe, English playwright († 1593)
- 1587: Stefano Landi, Italian type-setter († 1639)
- 1672: Antoine Augustine Calmet, French theologist († 1757)
- 1715: Claude-Adrien Helvétius, philosopher French († 1771)
- 1799 : Emile Clapeyron, engineer and physicist French († 1864)
- 1802: Victor Hugo, writer French. († May 22nd 1885)
- 1808: Honore Daumier, painter, illustrator, caricaturist and sculptor French († February 10th 1879)
- 1814: Charles Joseph Holy-Claire Deville, French geologist († 1876)
- 1829: Levi Strauss, inventor of the Jean
- 1842: Camille Flammarion, astronomer French († 1925)
- 1845: Alexandre III, tsar of Russia.
- 1846 : William Frederick Cody (Buffalo Bill), adventurous American († January 10th 1917).
- 1857 : Emile Coué, author, doctor, specialist in the autosuggestion, French. († July 2nd 1926)
- 1861: Ferdinand I, tsar of Bulgaria.
- 1864 :
- 1866: Herbert Henry Dow, American pioneer of chemical industry. († 1930)
- 1879: Franck Bridge, type-setter and British altist. († January 10th 1941)
- 1880: Kenneth Edgeworth, engineer and astronomer Irish († October 10th 1972
- 1883: Pierre Mac Orlan, French writer. († June 27th 1970).
- 1885 : Aleksandras Stulginskis, president of Lithuania († 1969)
- Grover Cleveland Alexander, player of baseball († 1950)
- William Frawley, American actor. († March 3rd 1966)
- 1892: Emile Coulonvaux, Belgian politician and Walloon militant († March 10th 1966)
- 1900: Jean Negulesco, American realizer of Rumanian origin. († July 18th 1993)
- Jean To burn, known as Vercors, writer French († 1991)
- “Algabeño hijo” (Jose García Carranza), Spanish Matador († December 30th 1936)
- 1907: Dub Taylor, American actor († 1994)
- 1909 : Talal King of Jordan. († 1972)
- Robert Alda, American actor († 1986)
- Witold Rowicki, musician and leader Polish († October 1st 1989)
- 1916: Jackie Gleason, actor, writer, type-setter, and actor and American leader . († 1987)
- 1918: Theodore Sturgeon, American writer († 1985)
- Mason Adams, actor American
- Laughs Mastenbroek, swimmer Dutch († 2003)
- Tony Randall, American actor († 2004)
- Lucjan Wolanowski, journalist, writer and traveller Polish († February 20th 2006)
- 1921: Betty Hutton, American actress
- 1923: Claude Parent, architect French.
- Conceited Domino, musician of rhythm and American blues .
- Anatoli Filipchenko, cosmonaut
- Ariel Sharon, general and Prime Minister of Israel
- 1930: Lazar Berman, Italian pianist of Russian origin. († February 6th 2005).
- 1931 : Jacques Rouxel, draftsman of animation, creator of the Shadok S († April 25th 2004)
- 1932: Johnny Cash, American singer of Country music. († September 12th 2003).
- 1945 : Marta Kristen, Norwegian actress
- 1946: Ahmed H. Zewail, Egyptian chemist .
- 1947 : Sandie Shaw (Sandra Goodrich), British pop singer .
- 1950 : Helen Clark, politicking, Prime Minister néozélandaise.
- 1953 : Michael Bolton, American singer
- Ernest-Auguste of German Hanover .
- Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Turkish politician .
- 1958: Susan J. Helms, American astronaut
- 19 55, 56 or 58: Michel Houellebecq, writer French.
- 1961 : Virginia Lemoine, French humorist .
- 1962 : Greg Germann, American actor
- 1964: Mark Dacascos, actor
- 1971: Manu Levy, French radio presenter
- 1971: Erykah Badu, American singer
- 1971: Helene Ségara, French singer .
- 1972 : Koxie, French singer revealed by Internet
- 1974: Sebastien Loeb, pilot of rally French.
- 1975 : Alexandre Botcharov, Russian racing cyclist born with Irkoutsk (belongs to the team Crédit Agricole).
- 1982 : Na Li, Chinese tennis player.
- 1983 : Kara Monaco, model and American actress , Playmate off the Year 2006
- 1984: Natalia Lafourcade, Mexican singer
- 1993: Taylor Dooley, American actress
1076 : Godefroy III '' Uneven the '', duke of Low-Lotharingie.
- 1154 : Roger II, king de Sicile (° 1093)
- 1266: Manfred Ier of Sicily ( Manfred de Hohenstaufen ), king de Sicile
- 1289: Przemko de Ścinawa, duke of Silesia
- 1525: Cuauhtémoc, Aztec emperor
- 1577: Erik XIV of Sweden, king de Suède (° December 13rd 1533)
- 1638: Claude-Gaspard Bachet de Méziriac, French mathematician (° October 9th 1681)
- 1650: Vaugelas ( Claude Favre , baron de Pérouges, lord of Vaugelas), grammairien and academician French (° January 6th 1585)
- 1770: Giuseppe Tartini, Italian type-setter (° April 8th 1692)
- 1859: Carl Ludwig Doleschall, Austrian Naturalist (° June 15th 1827)
- 1909: Caran d' Ache, cartoonist and French caricaturist. (° November 6th 1858)
- 1921: Carl Menger, Austrian economist (° February 23rd 1840)
- 1931: Otto Wallach, German chemist, Nobel Prize of chemistry 1910 (° March 27th 1847)
- 1961: Mohammed V of Morocco, king of Morocco (° August 10th 1909)
- 1969: Levi Eshkol, third Prime Minister for the State of Israel of 1963 to its death. (° October 25th 1895)
- 1969: Karl Jaspers, German philosopher (° February 23rd 1883)
- 1971: Fernandel ( Fernand Joseph Desired Contandin ), French actor (° May 8th 1903)
- 1980: Ahmed Choukairy, Palestinian politician (° 1907)
- 1985: Tjalling Koopmans, Dutch economist, " Nobel Prize of économie" 1975 (° August 28th 1910)
- 1995: Jack Clayton, British realizer (° March 1st 1921)
- 1998: Theodore Schultz, economist states-unien, " Nobel Prize of économie" 1979 (° April 30th 1902)
- 2004: Boris Trajkovski, president of Macedonia (° June 25th 1956)
- 2005: Jef Raskin, father of the interface of Mac OS, which inspired all the graphical interfaces (° March 9th 1943)
- 2006 :
Catholic and orthodoxe saints of the day
- Nestor of (IIIe century)
- Photine Samaritaine (IE century) and its sons.
- Porphyry of Gaza († 420), bishop.
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