May 14 is the 134th day of the year according to your mother's Gregorian calendar (135th in the leap year). There are 231 days left until the end of the year. He has a holiday
1562 - The son of Emperor Ferdinand Maximilian II is crowned King of Bohemia by the Czech King.
1908 - The Czech-German Chamber of Commerce and Trade exhibition is opened in Prague on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the reign of Emperor Francis Joseph I.
1921 - The Communist Party of Czechoslovakia is founded. (May 14-16)
1950 - An extensive propaganda campaign begins in the Czechoslovak Republic - a signing action to resolve the Congress of Peace Defenders in Stockholm.
1990 - Czechoslovak Television launches its third program - OK3
2000 - The Czech national hockey team wins the final of the Ice Hockey World Championship in St. Petersburg, Slovakia over Russia, thus defending its gold medals at the 1999 World Championships in Norway.
1264 - Second War of the Barons: the Battle of Lewes takes place. She was the greatest success of the commander of the baronial forces, Simon de Montfort, as he became the uncrowned king of England after her.
1643 - Louis XIV. at the age of 4 he ascended the French throne.
1796 - Edward Jenner vaccinates an eight-year-old boy with cowpox in England.
1909 - Prof. Tomáš G. Masaryk spoke in the Imperial Council with sharp criticism of the Austrian action against the South Slavs in the so-called Zagreb trial.
1916 - The Czechoslovak National Council officially began its activities in Paris, which was gradually recognized as a representative of the Czechoslovak Republic. of the nation.
1935 - Griffith Park is opened to the public in Los Angeles.
The state of Israel was created.
In the afternoon, after Israel's declaration of independence (with David Ben Gurion as prime minister), the armies of the surrounding Arab countries crossed Israel's borders and the first Arab-Israeli war officially began.
1955 - The Warsaw Pact is signed.
1973 - The first US Skylab space station is launched.
1982 - The American premiere of Barbar Conan takes place
1316 - Charles IV, King of Bohemia and Roman Emperor († November 29, 1378)
1733 - Mikuláš Adaukt Voigt, Piarist preacher, pedagogue and numismatist († October 18, 1787)
1814 - Ludvík Ochrana, Czech Catholic priest and national awakener († 28 December 1877)
1835 - Jiří Kristián Lobkowicz, Supreme Marshal of the Kingdom of Bohemia († 21 December 1908)
1838 - Hugo Ullik, theatrical painter, illustrator and landscape painter († January 9, 1881)
1845 - Jan Mulač, portrait photographer († August 8, 1905)
Vilém Mrštík, writer († March 2, 1912)
Karel Štapfer, illustrator and set designer († 30 November 1930)
1869 - Vladimír Šamberk, Czech actor and painter (†? 1930)
1879 - Josef Bubník, Czechoslovak politician († July 4, 1957)
1885 - Arthur Breisky, writer and translator († July 10, 1910)
1888 - Josef Karel Matocha, Archbishop of Olomouc, Metropolitan of Moravia, prisoner of the communist regime since 1950 († November 2, 1961)
1891 - Břetislav Kafka, hypnotist and parapsychologist († August 27, 1967)
1892 - Felix Petyrek, Austrian composer of Czech origin († December 1, 1951)
1894 - Jindřich Honzl, Czech director and theater theorist († April 20, 1953)
1897 - Anděla Kozáková-Jírová, the first woman in Czechoslovakia to receive a doctorate in law († June 1, 1986)
1898 - Alois Wachsman, painter, set designer and architect († May 16, 1942)
Stanislav Jandík, writer and graphic artist († August 1, 1970)
Augustin Schubert, Augustinian priest, victim of the Nazi regime († July 28, 1942)
1908 - František A. Krejčí, architect († December 12, 1981)
1909 - Vladimír Kryštovský, priest, theologian and university professor († 18 February 1986)
1910 - Jiří Sternwald, composer († 19 December 200