Centuries: 18th century - 19th century - 20th century
Decades: 1840s - 1850s - 1860s - 1870s - 1880s - 1890s - 1900s - 1910s - 1930s - 1930s years - 1940s
Years: 1894 - 1895 - 1896 - 1897 - 1898 - 1899 - 1900 - 1901 - 1902 - 1903 - 1904
Fixed date events
February 15 - II. Russian Tsar Nicholas issues its decree, the so-called February Manifesto, which restricts Finland's autonomy within the Russian Empire.
February 26 - The Wind Government is formed.
May 3 - The Ferencváros Tournament Club was established under the leadership of Ferenc Springer.
May 22 - The Fire Brigade in Szeged officially opens.
July 14 - Luis Gálvez leads an expedition in Acre, Bolivia, and calls him an independent republic.
October 11 - The Second Boer War breaks out.
Events with an indefinite date
During the year - according to the plans of Frigyes Schulek, the construction of the Fisherman's Bastion will start in the Buda Castle.
Topics of the year
List of Heads of State in 1899
1899 in rail transport
1899 in Cinematography
June 3 - This is when the duel scene from Terence Hill is called My Name: Nobody.
November 1 - The first permanent cinema opens in Berlin.
The Dreyfus case, directed by Georges Méliès
1899 in the literature
Géza Gárdonyi: The Stars of Eger
1899 in music
1899 in science
Felix Hoffmann, a chemist at the Bayer pharmaceutical plant, produces acetylsalicylic acid, which was patented the same year and was marketed in 1903 as Aspirin.
1899 in sports
May 3 - The Ferencváros Tournament Club is founded.
November 29 - Futbol Club Barcelona is founded.
1899 in the legislation
January 1 - János Vaszary Hungarian actor, director, director, actor († 1963)
January 17 - Ignác Amsel, footballer († 1974)
January 17 - Al Capone, Gangster († 1947)
January 22 - György Sárközi, Hungarian poet, prose writer, newspaper editor, translator († 1945)
January 29 - Antal Páger, Kossuth Prize-winning actor († 1986)
February 3 - Ferenc Koszorús Hungarian soldier († 1974)
February 4 - Emil Kovarcz, Sagittarius politician, minister without portfolio († 1946)
February 19 - Albert Kner, graphic artist († 1976)
February 23 - German writer and poet Erich Kästner († 1974)
March 5 - Poet Ödön Palasovszky, one of the most significant figures of the Hungarian avant-garde movement and activist acting († 1980)
March 13 - János Kodolányi, Kossuth Prize-winning Hungarian writer († 1969)
March 29 - Lavrentyy Pavlovich Beria, Soviet politician († 1953)
April 4 - Albino Carraro, Italian international football referee († 1964)
April 13 - Alfred Mosher Butts, inventor of Scrabble († 1993)
April 22 - Vladimir Nabokov, Russian-born American writer and translator († 1977)
April 23 - Bertil Gotthard Ohlin Swedish economist, politician († 1979)
April 28 - William “Mac” Brazel, an American farmer, witnesses the Roswell UFO accident († 1963)
April 29 - Duke Ellington, composer, pianist, conductor († 1974)
May 8 - Friedrich August von Hayek, Nobel Prize-winning Austrian economist and philosopher († 1992)
May 27 - Konstantin Fyodorovich Cselpan, Soviet mechanical engineer, chief designer of the V-2 diesel engine († 1938)
June 3 - György Békésy, Nobel Prize-winning biophysicist of Hungarian origin († 1972)
June 10 - Martyn Ferenc, sculptor, painter, graphic artist and ceramicist († 1986)
June 19 - George Piller, two-time Olympic champion fencer († 1960)
June 26 - Maria Nikolaev