October 12

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October 25, 2021

October 12 is the 285th (leap year 286th) day of the year according to the Gregorian calendar. There are 80 days remaining until the end of the year. Nameday: Miksa + Edvin, Edvina, Maximilian, Misa, Pilár, Rezső, Seraph, Seraph, Seraphina, Tirzus, Fáta

Events

1492 - Christopher Columbus harbors in the Bahamas, present-day San Salvador, "discovers America." 1726 - Prussia recognizes the Pragmatica sanction. 1810 - The first "Oktoberfest" in Bavaria invites the citizens of Munich, Bavaria, to the wedding ceremony of Crown Prince Ludwig and Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen. 1847 - German inventor Ernst Werner von Siemens founds Siemens AG & Halske. 1872 - King Franz Joseph I sanctifies the law establishing the University of Cluj-Napoca. 1875 - The Christian Museum opens in Esztergom. 1877 - The Connecting Railway (now called Kőbánya Upper – Kelenföld) and the Connecting Railway Bridge are handed over in Budapest. 1902 - The statue of King Matthias János Fadrusz is unveiled in the main square of Cluj-Napoca. 1902 - The Hungarian national football team plays its first official match in Vienna, culminating in a 5: 0 victory for the "brothers-in-law". The left link of the Hungarian team is Alfréd Hajós, the two-time Olympic champion swimmer. 1927 - Stalin, Joseph Vysarionovich, becomes the number one leader of the Soviet Union after Lev Davidovich Trotsky is removed from the Communist Party. 1928 - Iron lung is first used (at a children's hospital in Boston). 1930 - The Independent Smallholders' Party is formed, its leader: Bálint Szijj. 1933 - Alcatraz opens as a federal prison. 1936 - Prime Minister Kálmán Darányi forms a government. 1956 - Former Minister of Defense Mihály Farkas was arrested on the orders of the General Prosecutor's Office. 1960 - Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev, Secretary General of the CPSU, hits the table at the UN General Assembly with his shoes. 1964 - The first multi-person Soviet spacecraft, the Voszhod-1, is launched. 1968 - The 19th Summer Olympics begin in Mexico City. 1971 - Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, The Superstar of Jesus Christ, are shown on Broadway at the Mark Hellinger Theater. musically. 1971 - The so-called persepolis party. 1974 - Yasser Arafat visits Hungary. 1975 - Opening of the Hungarian National Gallery. 1977 - A High Level Division of the Nuclear Planning Group is established within NATO to examine the modernization of battlefield nuclear equipment. 1982 - Yuri Vladimirovich Andropov is elected successor general of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union as the successor to the late Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev. 1986 - Disarmament talks between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in Reykjavik close without concrete results. 1988 - Israel and China sign a trade agreement and sign a plan to re-establish diplomatic relations. 2000 - The Szekler case erupts. 2002 - A terrorist attack takes place in Bali. Two bombs explode at several nightclubs visited by tourists, killing 202 people and injuring another 300. 2003 - Michael Schumacher's sixth World Championship title in Formula One, a record in the history of the sport. 2005 - The second Chinese spacecraft, the Shenzhou-6, is launched. 2008 - Inauguration of Maria Bernarda Bütler, Catholic nun, ordinance.

Sports events

Formula-1 1986 - Mexican Grand Prix, Mexico City - Winner: Gerhard Berger (Benetton BMW Turbo) 1997 - Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka - Winner: Michael Schumacher (Ferrari) 2003 - Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka - Winner: Rubens Barrichello (Ferrari) 2008 - Japanese Grand Prix, Fuji - Winner: Fernando Alonso (Renault) 2014 - Russian Grand Prix, Sochi International Street Circuit - Winner: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) Football 2018 - The mag

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