January 14 is the 14th day of the year according to the Gregorian calendar. Another 351 (352 in leap years) days of the year
Namedays: Bodog + Ammon, Amos, Edomer, Felix, Gotfrid, Hilary, Hilary, Hilary, Ilario, Larion, Laurent, Malachi, Orestes, Orion, Uriah, Uriel, Uros, Vidor
1301 - The reign of the Árpád House in Hungary ends III. With the death of Andrew.
1526 - King Francis I of France passes Burgundy to the German-Roman emperor Charles V in peace, and relinquishes his claims to Artois, Flanders, Naples, and Milan.
1704 - Márton Brajkovics, Bishop of Zengg-Modrus County, is transferred to the head of the Diocese of Zagreb.
1814 - The Kiel Peace Dictatorship is signed, under which Denmark renounces Norway to Sweden and Helgoland to England.
1945 - The Germans blow up the Miklós Horthy bridge in Budapest (today: Petőfi bridge).
2008 - Hell machine explodes in Karachi, Pakistan; the assassination kills six dead and many wounded.
2008 - Four Taliban carry out an assassination attempt on a hotel in Kabul's Serena, where Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre is staying.
Scientific and economic events
2005 - Cassini's spacecraft Huygens lands successfully on Saturn's Titan Moon.
2020 - Windows 7 is no longer supported.
Literary, theatrical and film events
1900 - Giacomo Puccini's three-act opera Tosca is introduced.
2015 - +3.4 degrees were measured in Moscow, which is a record temperature.
i. e. 83 - Roman general Marcus Antonius in II. member of the triumvirate (d. 30 BC)
1800 - Ludwig von Köchel Austrian lawyer, music historian and naturalist, inventor of the Köchel inventory († 1877)
1824 - Russian art and music critic Vladimir Vasilyevich Stastov († 1906)
1854 - Mór Gelléri, economist († 1915)
1860 - Venustiano Carranza, a significant figure in the Mexican Revolution, president of Mexico († 1920)
1861 - VI. Mehmed 37th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire († 1926)
1875 - Albert Schweitzer, Alsatian physician, pastor, Nobel Peace Prize winner († 1965)
1896 - John Dos Passos is a Portuguese-born American writer and artist († 1970).
1900 - Jenő Barcsay graphic artist († 1988)
1901 - József Bihari Kossuth Prize-winning Hungarian actor, worthy and excellent artist († 1981)
1906 - Kerpel-Fronius Ödön doctor, pediatrician, physiologist, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences († 1984)
1917 - Georgian poet Lado Asatian († 1943)
1918 - Wife of Deputy Governor Ilona Horthy, Ilona Edelsheim-Gyulai († 2013)
1926 - P. Debrenti Piroska Kazinczy Prize-winning Hungarian announcer, performer († 2016)
1926 - Marianna Varga ethnographer, museologist († 2017)
1928 - Béla Győrffy Széchenyi Prize-winning Hungarian agricultural engineer, plant breeder, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences († 2002)
1931 - Caterina Valente Italian dancer, singer, actress
1933 - Pál Rockenbauer, geographer, film director († 1987)
1934 - Argentine car racer Alberto Rodriguez Larreta († 1977)
1937 - András Keczer Hungarian lawyer, actor, theater director, director of the Békés County Jókai Theater (1980-1990)
1941 - Oscar-winning American actress Faye Dunaway
1941 - Milan Kučan is a Slovenian politician and head of state
1942 - Mária Kopp doctor, psychologist, († 2012)
1942 - Eszter Szakács Jászai Mari Prize-winning Hungarian actress († 2014)
1943 - Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco, Archbishop of Genoa
1946 - Feró Nagy Kossuth Prize-winning Hungarian singer, actor, lyricist, politician
1950 - Bea Muszty is a Hungarian musician, storyteller and songwriter
1952 - Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu Romanian politician, minister