November 10

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December 3, 2021

November 10 is the 314th day of the year according to the Gregorian calendar (315th day of the leap year). There are 51 days left until the end of the year. The holiday is celebrated by Eugene.

Events

Česko

1664 - The Diocese of Hradec Králové is founded. 1918 - The Czech Academy of Emperor Franz Josef for Science, Literature and the Arts is renamed the Czech Academy of Sciences and Arts 1938 - The National Assembly approves the change of road traffic to the right. However, the new rule did not come into force until after the German occupation, which gave the impression that it was initiated by the Nazis. 1989 - Six people are killed and 58 injured in a rail accident near Nové Kopist. 1991 - 150 cars collided on the D1 motorway near Brno due to icing and poor visibility.

World

0474 - Emperor Leon II. died after 10 months of rule. His father, Zenon, ascended the throne, becoming the sole ruler of the entire Byzantine Empire 1444 - Crusader units of King Vladislav III. Varnenčik were defeated in the battle of Varna by the Turks led by Murad II. and Vladislav was killed. 1494 - Luca Pacioli's first major textbook on accounting, Summa de arithmetica, geometry, proportions and proportionality, is published. 1674 - The Dutch officially hand over New Amsterdam (now New York) to the English. 1871 - Henry Morton Stanley finds the lost traveler David Livingston near Lake Tanganyika. 1903 - Mary Anderson patents a car wiper that removes snow and ice in Birmingham, Alabama, but was unable to sell her invention to any carmaker. After the expiration of the patent, wipers became standard equipment in cars. 1938 - An anti-Jewish pogrom called Crystal Night takes place in Nazi Germany. 1970 - Lunochod 1 is launched.

Birth

Česko

1719 - Jan Krumlovský, composer and virtuoso on viola d’amore († September 24, 1763) 1772 - Jan Nepomuk Kaňka, composer and lawyer († April 15, 1865) 1812 - Josef Jaroslav Křičenský, Czech revival writer († April 16, 1886) 1828 Konrad Bayer, chess composer, author of the so-called immortal task († September 21, 1897) Franz Jordan, Czech businessman and politician of German nationality († December 9, 1884) 1834 - Martin Josef Nováček, conductor, composer and music pedagogue abroad († March 19, 1906) 1845 - Karel Vrba, mineralogist, rector of Charles University, politician († December 7, 1922) 1869 Wilhelm Elsner, opera singer († August 26, 1903) Michal Tomik, Czechoslovak politician (†?) 1872 - František Klokner, rector of the Czech Technical University († January 8, 1960) 1874 Otakar Bradáč, music composer († 11 January 1924) Leopold Škarek, Jesuit Provincial († March 23, 1968) 1875 - Václav Myslivec, Czechoslovak politician († May 29, 1934) 1876 ​​- Martin Bohdan Lány, Czech traveler, businessman and missionary († 1941) 1880 - Bohumil Opatrný, Vicar General of the Prague Archdiocese († May 20, 1965) 1883 - Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann, organ virtuoso, music pedagogue and composer († November 5, 1951) 1886 - Růžena Šlemrová, Czech actress († August 24, 1962) 1894 Stanislav Mentl, MS. Minister of Public Health and Physical Education († 12 September 1981) Jaroslav Vacek, legionnaire and resistance fighter († August 23, 1944) 1899 - Jan Roth, Czech cameraman († October 4, 1972) 1902 - Záviš Kalandra, theater and literary critic, historian and journalist († June 27, 1950) 1913 - Zdeněk Vogel, zoologist and writer († December 9, 1986) 1918 - Miroslav Horníček, actor († February 15, 2003) 1919 - Alena Koenigsmark, painter († November 2, 2010) 1920 Aleš Černý, painter († March 29, 1984) Stanislav Podhrázský, painter, sculptor and restorer († May 20, 1999) 1923 - Stanislav Šusta, writer 1926 - Jeroným Zajíček, Czech composer, musical

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