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Ephemerides


Ephemerides (in Latin, "daily memorial") is a chronological succession of dates and their respective events.

Check below the historical ephemerides we have registered. Periodically we will publish new facts.

Soon more months.


January 29th


José do Patrocínio.

904 - Pope Sergius III is elected.
1712 - The Utrecht Peace Conference begins, ending the war of Spanish succession.
1810 - The invasion of Andalusia by the French provokes the discredit of the Central Junta, which puts its powers in the Council of Regency, constituted in the island of León (now San Fernando, in Cadiz).
1834 - Leg fight between liberals and absolutists.
1886 Karl Benz invents the first gasoline-powered car engine.
1888 - A fire destroys the Varieties Theater of Madrid.
1890 - Ecuador and United States recognize the Republic of Brazil
1905 - Journalist and abolitionist José do Patrocínio dies. At the time, he was 55 years old and lived in a shack in the suburb of Rio de Janeiro.
1929 - Leon Trotsky arrives in Constantinople after being expelled from the Soviet Union.
1942 - Approved the Rio de Janeiro Protocol that established provisional borders between Ecuador and Peru.
1943 - Presidents Roosevelt from the US and Getúlio Vargas from Brazil are in Natal, Rio Grande do Norte. They deal, among others, with the sending of Brazilian troops to fight in Europe.
1948 - Mahatma Gandhi, the biggest Hindu and pacifist nationalist leader, is shot dead at 78 by a young fanatic.
Soviet Security Council delegate Andrei Gromyko calls for the destruction of all existing atomic bombs in the world.
1959 - Disney Studios release feature film Sleeping Beauty, classic cartoon.
1960 - President Juscelino Kubitschek receives Dwight Eisenhower, President of the United States, in Brasilia. The visit of the American leader was one of the highlights of his government.
1963 - The European Economic Community repulses Britain's petition for entry.
1979 - The province of Cidade Real is experiencing severe flooding due to torrential rain.
1981 - Adolfo Suarez resigns as President of the Spanish Government and the Union Party of the Democratic Center.
1984 - Lieutenant Guillermo Quintana Lacacci, former captain of Madrid, is assassinated by ETA.
1991 - The Unified Somalia Congress names Ali Mahdi Mohamed as the country's new president.
1993 - Dies Leo Löwenthal, German philosopher, one of the founders of the Frankfurt School.
1999 - Velázquez's painting Santa rufina is acquired by an anonymous collector at the tribute ceremony 400 years after his death. for almost $ 2 million in New York.
2006 - Snowstorm in central and southern Portugal.