May 13

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May 21, 2022

May 13 is the 133rd (leap year 134th) day of the year according to the Gregorian calendar. There are 232 days remaining until the end of the year. Nameday: Servola, Imola + Belian, Dulcinea, Fatima, Fatime, Gellért, Gerda, Gerhard, Glenda, Glenna, Gloria, Imelda, Ivana, Christmas, Noel, Ophelia, Robert, Roberta, Robert, Robin, Robina, Robinetta, Robinson

Events

1830 - Ecuador declares independence. 1917 - Fatima apparitions 1935 - Carl C. Magee patents the parking meter. 1935 - An uprising breaks out against the French central government in Algiers. 1943 - In Tunisia, the German 5th Armored Army, led by General Hans-Jürgen von Arnim, surrenders - created to prevent the Allies from landing on the north coast. 1960 - First climb of the Dhaulagiri (tszf. 8167 m) by climbers Kurt Diemberger, Peter Diener, Nawang Dorje, Nima Dorje, Ernst Forrer and Albin Schelbert. 1970 - Due to the flood in Szamos, the settlement of Nagygéc was almost completely destroyed. 1981 - Ali Agca attempts assassination II. Against Pope John Paul in St. Peter's Square in Rome.

Sports events

Formula-1 1950 - British Grand Prix, Silverstone - Winner: Giuseppe Farina (Alfa Romeo) 1956 - Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo - Winner: Stirling Moss (Maserati) 1979 - Belgian Grand Prix, Zolder - Winner: Jody Scheckter (Ferrari) 1990 - San Marino Grand Prix, Imola - Winner: Riccardo Patrese (Williams Renault) 2001 - Austrian Grand Prix, A1-Ring - Winner: David Coulthard (McLaren Mercedes) 2007 - Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona - Winner: Felipe Massa (Ferrari) 2012 Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona Winner: Pastor Maldonado (Williams Renault) 2018 - Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona Winner: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes AMG F1) NASCAR 2006 - NASCAR Nextel Cup Series, Darlington Raceway - Winner: Greg Biffle (Ford)

Births

1717 - Maria Theresa Princess of Habsburg, III. Daughter of King Charles of Hungary (Emperor Charles VI, German-Roman Empress), Empress of Germany-Rome, Empress of Austria, Queen of Hungary († 1780) 1753 - Lazare Nicolas Marguerite Carnot, French general, military engineer, mathematician, physicist, politician († 1823) 1774 - French painter Pierre-Narcisse Guérin († 1833) 1792 - IX. Pope Pius (original name: Giovanni Mastai-Ferretti) is the longest pontificate to date († 1878) 1814 - Priest Jácint Rónay, introduction to Darwinism in Hungary († 1889) 1822 - Bourbon Francis of Assisi, King of Spain, II. Husband of Queen Isabella of Spain († 1902) 1840 - French novelist Alphonse Daudet († 1897) 1857 - Ronald Ross, Nobel Laureate (1902), British physician († 1932) 1882 - French Cubist sculptor Georges Braque († 1963) 1883 - Nadler Herbert Hungarian hunting specialist († 1951) 1898 - György Jendrassik Hungarian mechanical engineer, inventor († 1954) 1905 - Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed 5th President of India († 1977) 1912 - Zoltán Várkonyi two-time Kossuth Prize-winning Hungarian actor, director, film director († 1979) 1913 - Theodor Helfrich German car racer († 1978) 1927 - Archie Scott-Brown, British car racer († 1958) 1927 - Tamás Keleti biochemist, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, initiator of enzyme kinetic research in Hungary († 1989) 1934 - Paddy Driver is a South African car racer 1942 - Pál Schmitt politician, sports diplomat, Olympic and world champion fencer, president of the MOB, president of the republic 1943 - Jászint Juhász Mari Jászai Award-winning Hungarian actor († 1999) 1944 - Uwe Barschel, Christian Democrat politician in the FRG, Prime Minister of the Land of Schleswig-Holstein, is assassinated († 1987) 1950 - Stevie Wonder multiple Grammy and Oscar-winning American singer, pianist, composer 1953 - Hungarian actress Andrea Závory 1955 - Philip Bullman is a British car racer 1956 - Sz