1811

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May 21, 2022

1811 was a free year.

Events

January

January 1-11 January - Assembly in Belgrade (1811)

April

May

May 14 - Pedro Juan Caballero, Fulgencio Yegros and Jose Gaspar Rodriguez de France overthrow the Spanish governor of Paraguay and declare independence from Spain. May 16 - United British-Portuguese-Spanish forces prevent an attempt to unblock the French siege of Badajoz at the Battle of Albuere.

Jun

Jul

July 5 - Venezuela becomes the first South American country to declare independence from Spain.

August

September

October

November

December

Date unknown

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Birth

January

January 2 - Uros Knezevic, Serbian painter. († 1876)

February

February 26 - Vuk Vrčević, Serbian collector of folklore and diplomats. († 1882)

March

March 20 - Napoleon II Bonaparte, French emperor. († 1832) March 30 - Robert Bunsen, German chemist. († 1899)

April

April 11 - Emanuel Serve, politician and Prime Minister of Luxembourg. († 1890)

May

May 11 - Chang and Eng Bunker, Siamese twins. († 1874) May 15 - Katarina Ivanovic, Serbian painter. († 1882) May 20 - Alfred Domet, English poet, New Zealand politician. († 1887)

Jun

June 14 - Harriet Elizabeth Beecher Stowe, American writer. († 1896)

Jul

July 18 - William Makepeake Thackeray, English writer. († 1863) July 21 - Dimitrije Demeter, Croatian writer. († 1872)

August

August 23 - Auguste Brave, French physicist. († 1863) August 30 - Theophile Gauthier, French writer. († 1872)

September

September 1 - Richard Diebeck, Swedish composer. († 1877) September 12 - James Hall, American geologist and paleontologist. († 1898)

October

October 22 - Franz Liszt, Hungarian composer and pianist. († 1886) October 25 - Evarist Gallois, French mathematician. († 1832) October 27 - Isaac Merritt Singer, American inventor and actor. († 1875)

November

November 7 - Karel Erben, Czech writer. († 1870) November 14 - Mor Percel, Hungarian general. († 1899)

Deaths

March

March 4 - Mariano Moreno, Argentine lawyer, diplomat and writer. (* 1778) March 28 - Dositej Obradović, Serbian educator. (* 1742)

Jul

July 30 - Miguel Hidalgo, leader of Mexico's independence struggle. (* 1753)

December

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