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June 5 - The 156th day of the year (157th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 209 days left until the end of the year. Corresponds to May 23 of the Julian calendar [1]. Contents
1 Holidays
2 Name days
3 Events
3.1 Until the XVIII century
3.2 XVIII century
3.3 XIX century
3.4 XX century
3.5 XXI century
4 Born
4.1 Before the XIX century
4.2 XIX century
4.3 XX century
5 Died
6 Signs
7 See also
8 Notes
See also: Category: Holidays June 5th, World Environment Day.
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan, Land Reclamation Day [2].
Denmark Denmark, Constitution Day (National Day).
Denmark Denmark, Father's Day.
Ireland Ireland, June holiday.
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan, Environmentalist Day. Colombia Colombia, Thanksgiving Day. Russia Russia, Environmentalist Day. Seychelles Seychelles, Liberation Day.
Belarus . Memorial Day of Euphrasigne of Polotsk. Nameday
Orthodox: Adrian, Alexander, Andrei, Vasily, Gennady, Daniel, Dmitry, Ivan, Ignat, Kasyan, Konstantin, Mikhail, Nikita, Petr, Roman, Fedor, Yakov.
Catholic: Valeria, Boniface.
See also: Category: Events June 5
Till XVIII century
754 - a mob of German pagans killed an English Christian preacher, one of the baptists of Germany Boniface, who became one of the most revered Christian saints.
1224 - Friedrich Neapolitan University II.
1455 - poet Francois Villon, in an attempt to rob a church in a skirmish, fatally wounded a priest and was expelled from Paris.
1650 - Yerofey Pavlovich Khabarov returned to Yakutsk from his first march on Amur with a drawing of Daur land, which was sent to Moscow and became alone m from the main sources when creating maps of Siberia in 1667 and 1672.
XVIII century
1727 - the engagement ceremony of the 12-year-old Emperor Peter II with the 16-year-old Maria Menshikova, daughter of the Most High Prince Alexander Danilovich Menshikov, took place.
1744 - Porcelain manufactory was founded in St. Petersburg - the first in Russia and one of the oldest porcelain productions in Europe.
1783 - The Montgolfier brothers in their native town Annone launched the first balloon to a height of 500 m.
1799 - German naturalist Alexander von Humboldt with Franz Uzbek botanist E. Bonplan began a journey through Central and South America. The materials of the expedition were included in the 30-volume “Journey to the equinoctial areas of the New World in 1799–1804” (Russian translation, vols. 1-3, 1963—1969), in the book “Pictures of Nature” (1808; Russian translation 1855 and 1959).
19th century
1806 - Louis Bonaparte proclaimed the creation of the kingdom of Holland.
1849 - Denmark was proclaimed a constitutional monarchy, a bicameral parliament established on the basis of general elections. Later, the Constitution will be amended, the last in 1953, when the upper house of parliament is abolished and the law on the right to inherit the throne through the female line is passed.
1869 - the world's first cruise-and-ship ship, the battleship Cruiser, was laid down (Peter the Great "). Admiralty plant. Designed by Admiral A.A. Popov. He remained in service until the 1970s. [3]
1870 - the Tuchkov Bridge burned down from an extinguished cigarette.
1873 - the Zanzibar slave market, the largest in the world, was closed under pressure from England.
1876 - the first meeting of the Supreme Court of Canada was held.
1881 - attempt on the life of US President James Garfield.
1881 - the Russian Surgical Society was founded. N.I. Pirogov. 1897 - The construction of the Aurora cruiser began at the New Admiralty shipyard in St. Petersburg. The construction engineer KM Tokarevsky supervised the construction.
XX century
a monument to Alexander III was opened on Znamenskaya Square in St. Petersburg.
The first national aeronautics competitions held in the USA were won by John Berry (John Berry) and Paul McCulaough (Paul McCullough). The distance covered by them was 608 km.
The participants of the second Antarctic expedition under the leadership of Jean-Batista Charcot returned to France.
The first flight in Russia on an aircraft of domestic design was made in Kiev by its founder Professor of the Polytechnic Institute Prince A. S. Kudashev. After 11 days, student I. I. Sikorsky flew his plane there, and on June 19, V.F. Bulgakov flew in Gatchina on an aircraft designed by engineer J.M. Gakkel. USA was landed in Cuba.
1916 - the day after the start of the offensive on the subsidiary directions of Tarnopol (now Ternopil) and Chernivtsi (Chernivtsi), the commander of the South-Western Front, General A. A. Brusilov, delivered the main attack in the direction of Lutsk by the forces of the 8th army under the command of M. Kaledin.
1929 - The Council of Labor and Defense adopted a resolution on the organization of machine and tractor stations (MTS).
1934 - Stalin, Kaganovich, Zhdanov, Yagoda honored the heroes of Chelyuskin in the Kremlin.
The first synthetic rubber tires were demonstrated in the USA. In Canada 16 organizations, including fascists and communists, are banned.
1945 - Allied commanders Zhukov, Eisenhower, Montgomery and Latre de Tassigny signed in Berlin a Declaration on the defeat of Germany and the adoption of sovereignty there by the governments of the USSR, the USA, Great Britain and France. The division of Berlin into occupation zones.
1947 - US Secretary of State George Marshall spoke at Harvard University, which outlined a program of assistance to post-war Europe, later called the Marshall Plan.
1950 - US President Truman signed a law on the allocation of 3.121 billion dollars in US aid to foreign countries (including the Marshall Plan).
1953 - The US Senate rejected China’s membership in the UN.
1954 - The Moscow Variety Theater opened [4].
Atomic departments of Great Britain and United States agreed to exchange information to her.
Drug Researcher Dr. Herbert Berger (Herbert Berger) suggests AMA to check athletes for doping.
Oxford University awarded the honorary doctorate of literature to “the greatest contemporary Russian poet, 76-year-old Anna Akhmatova, whose poetry and their own fate reflected the fate of the Russian people "- so they wrote in the English press.
A friend of Isabelo Mayorn, the leader of pirates who attacked Dona Pasita, was arrested.
1966 - the second ever exit of American astronaut Eugene Cernan into outer space.
1967 - on The Six-Day Arab-Israeli War Begins in the Middle East.
1968 - Senator Robert Kennedy, who died the next day, was mortally wounded after his victory in the California primary presidential election. Five more people were injured. The killer Serhan Bishara Serhan was immediately captured.
1969 - The Moscow meeting of communist and workers parties opened. 1970 - Tonga changed its status as a British protectorate to independence (remaining in the Commonwealth of Nations). 1975 - The Suez Canal reopened after the 8-year closing.
1977 - the first personal computer Apple II appeared on sale.
1983 - the accident of the steam-ship “Alexander Suvorov” in Ulyanovsk. 176 people were killed.
1984 - The Indian army launched the Blue Star operation against Sikh extremists in the Golden Temple of Amritsar.
1988 - Festive worship services dedicated to the millennium of Christianity in Russia began in the Russian Orthodox Church.
1991 > Mikhail Gorbachev made a Nobel speech in Oslo.
A law on Georgian citizenship was adopted, according to which only those who speak Georgian are recognized as citizens.
The citizens of Moldavia were recognized as living there until 1940.
Constitutional meeting opened in Moscow. June 5-6 in Latvia elections were held in the V Diet. The previous one was dismissed by Karlis Ulmanis in 1934. 1998 - The Open Directory Project was launched.
1999 - The Russian national football team won a sensational victory over the world champions of the French team at the Stade de France stadium in Saint-Denis with a score of 3 : 2. The newspaper Sport-Express offered to consider this day as the “Day of Russian football”. In other newspapers, this victory was called “greetings to the descendants of Dantes from the descendants of Pushkin.”
The number of earthquake victims in Indonesia exceeded 50 people.
There was again the activity of Etna volcano, the largest in Europe.
XXI Century
2001 - France approved a bill that gives the state the opportunity to control the activities of religious sects.
2006 - Serbia declared independence. The state union of Serbia and Montenegro is finally liquidated.
2009 - California court sentenced Raymond Oyle to death, who committed 20 arson of forests (number of people killed due to fires 5) [5].
NASA experts suggested that the American automatic interplanetary station Cassini discovered signs of life on Saturn’s satellite Titan [6] [7]. In Portugal, the same-sex marriage law entered into force.
See also: Category: Born June 5
Till XIX century
1718 - Thomas Chippendale (died 1779), English furniture maker, creator of unique Rococo style furniture.
1723 - Adam Smith (died 1790), English economist and philosopher.
1798 - Alexei Fyodorovich Lvov (d. 1870), general, violinist and composer, author of the Russian Empire hymn "God Save the Tsar!"
XIX century
1805 - Peter Karlovich Klodt (d. 1867), sculptor and foundry master, representative of late classicism.
1819 - John Couch Adams (d. 1892), English astronomer and mathematician.
1846 - Anton Semenovich Budilovich (d. 1908), Slavophile, philologist, researcher in the field of Slavic paleontology, publicist.
1854 - Yuri Moiseevich Peng (d. 1937), Jewish painter, who lived in Vitebsk, where he founded the first art studio in Belarus. Teacher Marc Chagall.
1878 - Pancho Villa (d. 1923), leader of the peasants in the years of the Mexican revolution.
1883 - Lord John Maynard Keynes (d. 1946), English economist and political figure, founder of Keynesianism.
Boris V. Yakovenko (d. 1949), philosopher, publisher and translator.
Bernhard Goetzke (d. 1964), German actor.
1887 - Ruth Benedict (d. 1948), American philosopher, culturologist and sociologist, doctor of philosophy. 1896 - Mikhail Pavlovich Alekseev (d. 1981), literary critic and folklorist, who specialized in Russian and foreign connections x literatures, academician.
1898 - Federico Garcia Lorca (died 1936), Spanish poet and playwright.
1899 - Alexander Vasilyevich Ivanov (died 1959), artist and director, one of the creators of the national animated film.
1900 - Dennis Gabor (died 1979), English physicist of Hungarian origin, founder of holography, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1971.
XX century
1901 - Anastasia Romanov (mind. 1918), Grand Duchess.
1907 - Rudolf Peierls (d. 1995), English physicist, one of the founders of the American atomic bomb.
1919 - Richard Scarry (d. 1994), American children's writer and illustrator.
1928 - Tony Richardson (Cecil Antonio) (d. 1991), English director.
1931 - Jacques Demi (d. 1990), French film director.
1933 - Velimir Zivojonovic, Yugoslav (Serbian) film actor.
1934 - Iskander Khamrayev (d. 2009), Soviet film director (“Salt of the Earth”, “Monomakh’s Hat”, “Red Arrow”).
1935 - Kakhi Kavsadze, Soviet and Georgian theater and film actor al Abdullah in the film “White Sun of the Desert”).
1939 - Margaret Drabble, English writer.
1941 - Barbara Brylska, Polish actress, starring in E. Ryazanov’s comedy “The Irony of Fate” .
1946 - Stephanie Sandrelli, Italian film actress (“The Twentieth Century”, “Alfredo, Alfredo”, “Woman in Front of a Mirror”).
1949 - Ken Follett, English writer, thriller.
1951 - Yuri Pavlovich Vyazemsky, presenter of the program "Clever Girls and Clever Men".
1952 - Niko McBrane, drummer of the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden.
Ale Xander Byrd, actor (“Stamp”, “Alice and the bookseller”, “The Little Giant of Big Sex”).
Kenny G (real name is Kenneth Gorelik), American saxophonist playing in the style of “New Age”.
1961 - Karen Kavaleryan, poet, songwriter (Castle of Rain, Footprint on Water, Eyes of Tea Color, Moscow Time).
1967 - Valdis Pelsh, host of the TV programs Guess the Melody, Raffle "1971 - Mark Wahlberg, American film actor, model and singer, formerly known as rap musician Marky Mark.
1979 - David Bisbal, Spanish pop singer
1982 - Zvezdan Misimović, Bosnian footballer
1998 - Yulia Lipnitskaya, Russian figure skater
See. also: Category: Dead 5 June
1316 - Louis X the Grumpy (b. 1289), King of France.
1625 - Orlando Gibbons (b. 1583), English organist and composer.
1816 - Giovanni Paisiello ( 1741), Italian composer, representative of the Neapolitan Opera School.
1826 - Weber, Karl Maria von (born 1786), German composer, conductor, muses. critic, founder of the German romantic opera.
1900 - Stephen Crane (b. 1871), American pacifist writer.
1910 - O. Henry (real name William Sidney Porter) (b. 1862), American writer. br> 1916
Horace Herbert Kitchener (b. 1850), English Field Marshal, Count.
Henri Gaurier-Brzeska (b. 1891), French sculptor.
1921 - Georges Feydo (b. 1862), French playwright.
1923 - Georg Hendrik Breitner (b. 1857), Dutch painter and photographer, a major representative of Amsterdam Impressionism.
1953 - Roland Young (b. 1887), American actor, nominee for pre Oscar mission.
1965 - Eleanor Farjon (born 1881), famous English writer, author of “I Want the Moon” and “The Seventh Princess”
1975 - Paul Keres (born 1916), Estonian chess player.
1975 - Pavel Pavlovich Virsky (b. 1905), Soviet choreographer, People's Artist of the USSR, laureate of the Stalinist and State Prize of the USSR.
1990 - Vasily Kuznetsov (b. 1901), diplomat, 1st Deputy Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Council USSR.
1997 - Irina Metlitskaya (b. 1961), Soviet and Russian actress of theater and cinema (films “The Personal File of Judge Ivanova”, “The Creation of Adam”, “The Doll”).
2002 - Dee Ramon (b. 1951), American bass player and songwriter, most famous for his participation in the punk rock band Ramones.
2004 - Ronald Reagan (b. 1911), the 40th President of the United States from the Republican Party. Also known as an actor and radio host.
2011 - Yulia Vasilyevna Belyanchikova (born 1940), Honored Doctor of the RSFSR, host of the popular television program “Health.”
2012 - Ray Bradbury (born 1920), American writer science fiction.
Leonti Ogurechnik, Leonty Konoplyanik. The last cucumbers (Moscow province) are planted on Leonty. The best term for planting cannabis. The mass appearance of gadfly - to harvest cucumbers [8]. Hemp in this field and look at the mountain ash - if the color in circles, and hemp debts.
See. also
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↑ In the XX and XXI centuries, the Gregorian calendar is 13 days ahead of the Julian calendar.
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↑ Sherikh D. Yu. “Urban Monthslow. 1000 dates from the past of St. Petersburg, Petrograd, Leningrad. ”To the 290th anniversary of St. Petersburg. Publishing house "Petersburg - XXI century". 224 s., Circulation of 30,000 copies. ISBN 5-85490-036-X
↑ Tickets to the Variety Theater. Retrieved on May 23, 2014.
↑ California court sentenced a woodbreaker to death. NEWSru (June 6, 2009). Retrieved on August 12, 2010. Archived from the original source on August 21, 2011.
↑ On the satellite of the planet Saturn Titan, there were signs of life, Echo of Moscow (June 5, 2010).
NASA may have found signs of life on the satellite of Saturn
↑ Irina Ogilko. Signs. Rossiyskaya Gazeta (June 4, 2009). Retrieved September 2, 2010.

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