The October 5th is the 278e Jour of the Année (279e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier. There remain 87 days before the end of the année.
1 to 1900
578: Tibère II Constantin becomes Byzantine Empereur.
- 816: Crown Louis Ier '' the Piles '' with its wife Ermengarde de Hesbaye with Rheims by the pope Etienne IV.
- 1097 : During the First crusade, the principal army of the crusaders arrives at Coxon ( Göksun ), where the inhabitants Arménie NS do not show themselves as friendly as those of Comana. The crusaders remain three days there.
- 1305 : Venceslas III wife Violated Élizabeth de Cieszyn.
- 1465 : Treaty of Conflans.
- 1502 : Discovered Costa Rica by Christophe Colomb.
- 1582 : Adoption of the Gregorian Calendar by the Papal States, the Poland, the Portugal and the Spain.
- 1614 : Arrival in Europe of the diplomatic mission Japan ease led by Tsunenaga Hasekura.
- 1665 : Foundation of the University of Kiel.
- 1790 : Beginning of the discussion with the Parliament on the system of the impositions: Claude-Pierre Dellay d' Agier, appointed of the nobility of the province of the Dauphiné makes a speech “ On the decree project of the Committee of the imposition on the land tax ”.
- 1793 : The Catholicisme loses its statute of Religion of State in France.
- 1795 : The royalist insurrection is crushed by Bonaparte, with the church Saint-Roch.
- 1821 : After a length seat, the Greeks take Tripolitsa, in the Peloponnese, and massacre the Turkish population, making at least 8.000 dead.
- 1864 : The town of Calcutta in India is almost completely destroyed by a Cyclone; 60 000 dead.
- 1892 : The Kansas undergoes the last holdup made by the band of the Frères Dalton.
- 1910 : Proclamation of the Republic of the Portugal, under the authority of Theophilo Braga.
- 1914 : First air duel during the First World War close to Rheims: German a Aviatik two-seater is cut down with the rifle by the French Frantz and Quénault.
- 1931 : The American aviators Clyde Pangborn and Hugh Herndon make a success of the first crossing without stopover of the Pacifique and are posed in the State of Washington 41 hours after having taken off of the Japan.
- 1944 : A ordinance confirms the right of Vote of the women in France.
- 1945 : The charter of the the United Nations is ratified by 30 countries.
- Creation of the Cominform, international Communist.
- First speech televised with the White House by the president Harry S. Truman.
- Earl Warren is named 14th President of the Supreme court of the United States of America.
- Publication of the first number of the daily newspaper the Press of the English Channel.
- 1954 : The Italy, the Yugoslavia, the Great Britain and the the United States decide that the free territory of Trieste will be divided in zones Italian and Yugoslav.
- 1958 : Beginning of the Fifth French Republic.
- 1962 : Left the 1st disc of the Beatles ( Coils to Me C ).
- 1964 : Meeting with the Cairo of a conference of the non-aligned countries, which declares the Congolese Moïse Tshombe persona non grata .
- 1969: First emission of the Monty Python' S Flying Circus .
- 1970 :
- the British police chief with the trade James Richard Cross is removed by members of the Front of release of Quebec.
- Anouar el-Sadate is selected to succeed the colonel Gamal Abdel Nasser in Egypt.
- 1972 : Congress constitutive of the National front.
- 1974 : Attack of the pub of Guildford by the Irish Republican Army (WILL GO): 5 died and 65 wounded.
- 1983 : Lech Wałęsa receives the Nobel Prize Peace.
- 1987 : Transfer of ashes of Rene Cassin to the the Pantheon.
- 1988 : Defeat with the Chile of the general Augusto Pinochet with the Plebiscite.
- 1989 : Handing-over of the Nobel Prize of peace to the Dalaï Lama.
- 1991 : “Birth” of Linux, version 0.02, data-processing Operating system.
- 1993 : Publication of the Encyclical " Splendor veritatis " by the pope Jean-Paul II.
- 1994 : 48 members of the Order of the solar Temple, whose Gourou Luc Jouret commit suicide in Suisse.
- 1995 : One week after its coup d'etat to the the Comoros, the French mercenary Bob Denard and its men goes to the French soldiers.
- 1999 : Two trains enter in collision to Paddington close to London to the the United Kingdom.
- 2000 : With the advertisement by the Constitutional court that the second turn of the presidential election will take place only in July 2001, of the hundreds of thousands of demonstrators invade Belgrade (Yugoslavia), taking by to storm the Parliament, the television of State and police stations; the army does not move and Milosevic is untraceable; Vojislav Kostunica proclaims president.
- 2002 :
- Bertrand Delanoë, politician French is stabbed during the festivities of the Sleepless night.
- A few days after the promulgation by the president George W. Bush of a parliamentary text inviting the the United States to recognize Jerusalem like capital of the Hebrew State, the president of the Palestinian Authority signs a legal text defining Jerusalem like the capital of a future Palestinian State.
- 2003 : Akhmad Kadyrov is elected president of Chetchnia.
- 2005 : The Nobel Prize of chemistry 2005 is decreed with the French Yves Chauvin and the Americans Robert Grubbs and Richard R. Schrock for their work on the métathèse, which makes it possible industry to produce plastic drugs and materials in a more effective and more ecological way.
- 1641 : Madam de Montespan, mistress of King Louis XIV († May 26th 1707).
- 1712 : Francesco Guardi, Italian painter († January 1st 1793).
- 1713 : Denis Diderot, writer and philosopher French († 1784).
- 1728 : the Knight of Éon, secret agent transvestite († May 21st 1810).
- 1781 : Bernard Bolzano, mathematician and Czech philosopher († December 18th 1848).
- 1830 : Chester A. Arthur († November 18th 1886), 21e president of the the United States.
- 1864 : Louis Light, chemist French, industrial, inventor of the cinematograph († June 6th 1948).
- 1864 : Arthur Zimmermann, German minister († June 6th 1940).
- 1882 : Robert Goddard, American physicist († August 10th 1945).
- 1887 : Rene Cassin, French lawyer († February 20th 1976).
- 1899 : Georges Bidault, French politician (° January 26th 1983).
- 1902 : Ray Kroc, founder of the restaurants McDonald's († January 14th 1984).
- 1908 : Joshua Logan, writer and American realizer († July 12th 1988).
- 1919 : Donald Pleasence, British actor († February 2nd 1995).
- 1925 : Roberto Juarroz, Argentinian poet († March 31st 1995).
- 1929 : Richard Gordon, American astronaut and member of the mission Apollo XI.
- 1930 :
- Pavel Popovitch, Soviet cosmonaut and ordering Vostok 4 in 1962.
- Litri (Miguel Báez Espuny), Spanish Matador .
- 1936 : Václav Havel, playwright and Czech politician .
- 1939 : Marie Laforêt, singer and French actress.
- 1941 : Eduardo Duhalde, Argentinian politician .
- 1943 : Steve Miller, American musician.
- 1947 : Brian Johnson, Scottish singer of the group rock'n'roll AC/DC.
- 1950 : Jeff Conaway, American actor.
- 1951 : Karen Allen, American actress with the cinema and the theater.
- 1952 : Cleaves Barker, writer British.
- 1954 : Bob Geldof, Irish musician.
- 1960 : Daniel Baldwin, American actor.
- 1962 : Michael Andretti, racing driver American.
- 1965 : Mario Lemieux, known as Mario the Splendid one, hockey player on Québécois ice.
- 1965 : Patrick Roy, goalkeeper of Québécois hockey.
- 1970 : Elie Mechantaf, player of Lebanese basketball
- 1972: Grant Hill, player of American basketball.
- 1980: Paul Thomas, American bass player (Good Charlotte).
- 1982 : Yannick Kamanan, Football French or.
- 965: Aymard, abbot of Cluny since 942.
- 1056 : Henri III, emperor of the Romans (° October 28th 1017).
- 1112 : Sigebert of Gembloux, érivain Latin of Belgian origin. (° v. 1030).
- 1214 : Alphonse VIII of Castille (° November 11th 1155).
- 1285 : Philippe III of France (° April 30th 1245).
- 1398 : White of Navarre (1333-1398), queen of France, second wife of Philippe VI of Valois (° 1333).
- 1528 : Richard Fox, man of the church English (° 1448).
- 1564 : Pierre de Manchicourt, Flemish type-setter (°C. 1510).
- 1565 : Lodovico Ferrari, Italian mathematician (° February 2nd 1522).
- 1606 : Philippe Desportes, French poet (° 1546).
- 1714 : Kaibara Ekiken, Japanese philosopher (° 1630).
- 1791 : Grigori Potemkine, Russian statesman (° September 13rd 1739).
- 1805 : Charles Cornwallis, British soldier (° December 31st 1738).
- 1820 : Augustin Barruel, French publicity agent (° October 2nd 1741).
- 1821 : Claudius James Rich, Traveller, Archeologist and British Anthropologist of the beginning of the 19th century. (° March 28th 1787).
- 1837 : Hortense de Beauharnais, queen of Holland, mother of Napoleon III (° April 10th 1783).
- 1851 : Jules-César Savigny, zoologist French (° April 5th 1777).
- 1880 : William Lassell, British astronomer (° June 18th 1799).
- 1880 : Jacques Offenbach, type-setter French of German origin (° 1819).
- 1883: Joachim Barrande, geologist and paleontologist French (° August 11th 1799).
- 1892 : George-Albert Aurier, 27 years, writer, Critic art French poet and . (° May 5th 1865).
- 1913 : Hans von Bartels, German painter (° 1856).
- 1918 : Roland Garros, French aviator, disappears in flight right before the end from First World War (° October 6th 1888).
- 1933 : Adored Renee, French actress (° September 30th 1898).
- 1934 : Jean Vigo, French scenario writer (° April 26th 1905).
- 1936 : Jan Slauerhoff, Dutch writer (° September 15th 1898).
- 1940 : Woodland Revueltas, Mexican type-setter (° December 31st 1899).
- 1943 : Leon Roppolo, musician of American jazz (° March 16th 1902).
- 1967 : Clifton Williams, American astronaut (° September 26th 1932)
- 1969: Walter Hagen, golfor states-unien (° December 21st 1892).
- 1976 : Lars Onsager, Norwegian chemist, Nobel Prize of Chemistry in 1968, (° November 27th 1903).
- 1983 : Earl Tupper, inventive American of the Tupperware (° July 28th 1907).
- 1986 : James H. Wilkinson, British mathematician (° September 27th 1919).
- 1993 : Karl G. Henize, American astronaut (° October 17th 1926)
- 1996: Seymour CRAY, American engineer, pioneer of data processing (° September 28th 1925).
- 2004 : Maurice Wilkins, British physicist of New Zealand origin, Nobel Prize of Medicine (° December 15th 1916).
- international Day of the teachers of the world
Catholic saints of the day
- Fleur d' Issendolus (+ 1347), hospital nun in Quercy.
- Faustine (+ 1938), Polish nun, last canonized at the 20th century.
Saying of the day“In October which does not smoke anything does not collect anything. ”
- October 5th in sport
- October 5th in the railroads
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