Who was born on April 15 and what happened on that day?

Who was born on April 15 and what happened on that day?

👉 HOLIDAYS:

🌏 World Art Day.
🌏 World Culture Day.
🌏 Day of ecological knowledge.
🌏 International Biomedical Laboratory Day.
🌏 International Day of Microvolunteers.

🔹 NATIONAL HOLIDAYS:

🇺🇿 Uzbekistan – “Day of culture and art workers.
🇪🇸 Spain – Children’s Day.
🇰🇿 Kazakhstan – Valentine’s Day.
🇬🇪 Georgia – Day of Love.
🇺🇸 USA, 🇨🇦 Canada – American Sign Language Day.
🇵🇷 Puerto Rico – Jose de Diego Minh’s birthday.
🇺🇦 Ukraine – Day of employees of the Criminal Investigation Department.
🇷🇺 Russia – Day of Radioelectronic Combat Forces.
🇺🇸 USA – Jackie Robinson Day.
🇰🇵 DPRK – Kim II-Sung’s birthday.
🇧🇦 Bosnia and Herzegovina – Army Day.

👉 EVENTS:

– 1395 – A decisive battle between Amir Temur and Tokhtamysh Khan on the banks of the Terek River.
– 1450 – Battle of Forminius, in which the French army defeated the English expeditionary corps on the continent.
– 1638 – The Simabara Rebellion – a rebellion of Japanese peasants – is finally suppressed as a result of the attack on Hara Castle.
– 1784 – First manned balloon flight in Great Britain.
– 1795 – Lithuania joins the Russian Empire.
– 1877 – Italian inventor Enrico Forlanini flew the first proto-helicopter.
– 1856 – The first steam train “Toronto” was built in Canada.
– 1891 – American inventor Thomas Edison showed the image of moving machines to the public.
– 1896 – The first Olympic Games since ancient times were held in Athens, the capital of Greece.
– 1898 – an amendment to the Congressional resolution declaring war on Spain by Senator H. Teller was adopted in the USA.
– 1924 – the first map of highways appeared in the United States.
– 1928 – In Tajikistan, the Arabic alphabet was switched to Latin graphics.
– 1935 – the Roerich Pact – the agreement “On the Protection of Art and Scientific Institutions and Historical Monuments” was signed in Washington.
– 1942 – Tram traffic was restored in besieged Leningrad.
– 1950 – Peshku district was established.
-1955 – Entrepreneur Ray Kroc opened his first McDonald’s restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois.
– 1986 – The US launched an airstrike on Libya in response to terrorist attacks against its citizens in Europe.
– 1989 – A stampede at Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield kills 96.
– 1993 – YUKOS oil company was established.
– 1993 – President of Turkmenistan Saparmurot Niyazov announced the transition of the Turkmen language and script from the Cyrillic alphabet to the Latin alphabet.
– 1994 – The Moroccan agreement on the establishment of the World Trade Organization was implemented.
– 1999 – An international team of astronomers announced the discovery of giant planets near the star Epsilon in the Andromeda constellation.
– 2000 – The third international wrestling tournament dedicated to the memory of Master Amir Temur was held in Shahrisabz.
– 2005 – “Soyuz TMA-6” spacecraft was launched from the Boykongir Cosmodrome.
– 2010 – Kyrgyz President Kurmanbek Bakiyev resigned.
– 2013 – Boston Marathon bombing.
– 2019 – A devastating fire at Notre Dame Cathedral causes the roof and spire to collapse.

👉 BIRTHDAYS:

– 1452 – Leonardo da Vinci (1519) – a great Italian painter and scientist.
– 1489 – Memar Sinan (1588) – Turkish architect and engineer.
– 1642 – Suleiman II (1691) – Sultan of the Ottoman Empire (1687-1691).
– 1684 – Catherine I (real name Marta Samuilovna Skavronskaya; 1727) – Empress of Russia (1725-1727).
– 1707 – Leonard Euler – mathematician, mechanic, physicist and astronomer.
– 1710 – William Cullen – a Scottish scientist who introduced the term “neurosis” to science.
– 1793 – Vasily Struve (1864) – Russian astronomer, measured the length of the meridian arc (25°20′) from the confluence of the Danube River to the Arctic Ocean.
– 1797 – Louis Adolphe Thier (1877) – French historian and politician, the first president of the Third Republic (1871-1873).
– 1858 – Emile Durkheim (1917) – French sociologist, founder of the French sociological school.
– 1874 – Johannes Stark (1957) – German physicist, winner of the Nobel Prize (1919).
– 1878 – Sadriddin Ainiy – writer, scientist, public figure.
– 1880 – Max Wertheimer (1943) – Czech psychologist, one of the founders of Gestalt psychology.
– 1894 – Nikita Khrushchev (1971) – First Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU (1953-1964), Hero of the Soviet Union, three-time Hero of Socialist Labor.
– 1896 – Nikolai Semyonov (1986) – Russian physicist and physical chemist, one of the founders of chemical physics, winner of the Nobel Prize (1956).
– 1910 – Miguel Naidorf (1997) – Argentine chess player, international grandmaster.
– 1912 – Kim Il Sung (1994) – Korean politician, founder and first leader of North Korea.
– 1914 – Ziya Samadi – Uyghur writer, state and public figure, one of the founders of modern Uyghur literature.
– 1937 – Gulsara Yakubova – actress, People’s Artist of Uzbekistan.
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– 1945 – Alibekov Islam – theater artist, People’s Artist of Uzbekistan (2001).
– 1949 – Alla Pugachyova – famous Russian singer.
– 1952 – Sheikh Muhammad Sadiq Muhammad Yusuf ibn Muhammad Ali (2015) – a famous religious scholar, an Uzbek scholar who made a great contribution to the development of Islam, a member of the International Union of Islamic Scholars.
– 1953 – Shodiyev Fattoh – a big businessman, billionaire, Uzbek nationality, partner of Alijon Ibragimov, co-chairman of Eurasian National Resources Corporation (ENRC).
– 1959 – Dame Emma Thompson DBE – English actress, screenwriter and comedian.
– 1984 – Botir Usmanov – weightlifter, international master of sports (2001), “Pride of Uzbekistan” (2001).
– 1990 – Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson – British actress and fashion model.
– 1991 – Javier Fernandez is a Spanish figure skater, two-time world champion and 7-time European champion in singles skating.
– 1993 – Madeline Martin – American actress
– 1994 – Maya Dahlkvist – Swedish skier, three-time Olympic Games winner, two-time world champion.
1994 – Shona Miller-Uibo – Bahamian runner, two-time Olympic champion in 400 meters (2016, 2020).
– 1999 – Stefania Constantini – Italian curler, Olympic champion (2022).

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