Centuries: 18th century - 19th century - 20th century
Decades: 1830s - 1840s - 1850s - 1860s - 1870s - 1880s - 1890s - 1900s - 1910s - 1920s years - 1930s
Years: 1877 - 1878 - 1879 - 1880 - 1881 - 1882 - 1883 - 1884 - 1885 - 1886 - 1887
Fixed date events
July 11 - The British fleet bombs Alexandria and occupies the Suez Canal area.
August 25 - The British take full control of the Suez Canal.
September 13 - The British army shatters the Egyptian army.
September 15 - The British occupy Cairo.
October 7 - Polish painter Jan Matejko donates his painting The Tribute to Prussia to the Polish nation at a meeting of the Galician Sejm in Lwów.
November 21 - The Boers form a republic called the Goosen State.
Events with an indefinite date
May - The triple alliance is formed as a secret alliance of Germany, the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and Italy, which was in force until World War I.
in his year - Izner Kner Gyomán establishes his one-person book printing workshop, which will develop into a nationally renowned, market-leading company in two decades.
Topics of the year
List of Heads of State in 1882
1882 in the literature
The death of John the Golden
1882 in music
Birth of Zoltán Kodály
1882 in science
Luigi Palmieri uses Italian geophysical spectrography to detect previously discovered helium in the lava of Vesuvius in the spectrum of the Sun. This is the first discovery of helium on Earth.
The first telephone directory with the names of 240 subscribers is published in Budapest on February 1.
1882 in railway transport
March 12 - The railway between Budapest and Újszász opens.
1882 in the legislation
See 1882 in Legislation.
1882 sporting events
January 1 - János Adorján, Hungarian mechanical engineer, pioneer of aviation († 1964)
January 15 - István Zádor, painter, graphic artist († 1963)
January 18 - Alan Alexander Milne, writer, author of Pooh († 1956)
January 21 - Pavel Alexandrovich Florensky, Russian Orthodox Theologian, Philosopher and Mathematician († 1937)
January 24 - Bodor Ödön, athlete, footballer († 1927)
January 25 - Virginia Woolf, English writer († 1941)
January 30 - US President Franklin Roosevelt († 1945)
February 1 - Antal Hekler, art historian, archaeologist († 1940)
February 2 - James Joyce, Nobel Prize-winning Irish poet, writer, critic († 1941)
February 3 - Ede Neuber doctor, dermatologist, hygienist, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences († 1946)
February 26 - Husband Edward Kimmel, U.S. Admiral († 1968)
March 23 - Emmy Noether, German mathematician, one of the founders of modern algebra († 1935)
April 2 - Artúr Bárdos Hungarian author, theater writer, translator, director († 1974)
April 18 - Leopold Stokowski, English conductor († 1977)
May 13 - Georges Braque, French painter († 1963)
May 21 - Ferenc Joachim, painter († 1964)
June 15 - Ion Antonescu, Romanian military officer, dictator († 1946)
June 18 - Georgi Dimitrov, Bulgarian Communist politician († 1949)
June 22 - Zoltán Somlyó, poet, translator († 1937)
July 12 - Péter Tóth, two-time Olympic champion fencer († 1967)
July 29 - István Kühár is a Hungarian Slovenian writer and collector of folk songs († 1915)
August 19 - Tough Simon poet, writer, journalist, newspaper editor († 1945)
September 10 - Oszkár Gellért, poet, journalist († 1957)
September 17 - Gyula Bádonyi footballer, the goalkeeper of the first Hungarian national football team († 1944)
September 22 - Wilhelm