1905

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May 19, 2022

Events

January 22 (January 9 in the old style) - "Bloody Sunday" in 1905. May 14 - May 15 - Battle of Tsushima Russian and Japanese squadrons, the defeat of the Russian 2nd Squadron of the Pacific Fleet. June 14 - Uprising of sailors on the battleship "Prince Potemkin-Tavriya". September - Mikhnovsky's Constitution is published in Lviv. October 30 - (in the old style October 17) Emperor Nicholas II issued a manifesto, which "granted" civil liberties (including freedom of speech and assembly), expanded representation in the State Duma, and established it as the sole legislature of the Russian Empire. November 16 - Emperor Nicholas II issued a manifesto on the reduction of redemption payments for land and the complete cessation of their collection from January 1, 1907. November 17 - Japan-Korea protectorate treaty December 12-16 - the existence of the Shuliav Republic. Accidents and catastrophes September 12 - A Japanese Mikasa battleship sinks in the port of Sasebo after an artillery cellar explodes. 339 people died. November 19 - A German passenger ship, the Hilda, crashes into the rocks of Saint-Malo. 127 people died.

Science

Annual mirabilis: Special Theory of Relativity (Albert Einstein) Photoeffect theory (Albert Einstein). Brownian motion theory (Albert Einstein).

Born

See also Category: Born 1905 January 6 - Eric Frank Russell, English science fiction writer January 21 - Christian Dior, French fashion designer, couturier. January 21 - Wanda Wasilewska, Polish writer February 12 - Virsky Pavlo Pavlovych - Ukrainian dancer and choreographer. March 28 - Avramenko Heorhiy Titovych - Ukrainian actor, director. April 2 - Serge Lifar, French dancer, choreographer, choreographer of Ukrainian origin April 24 - Robert Penn Warren, American writer, poet, critic. May 12 - Korniychuk Oleksandr Yevdokymovych, Ukrainian playwright May 15 - Abram Zapruder May 16 - Henry Fonda, American film actor May 24 - Sholokhov Mikhail Alexandrovich, Russian writer May 25 - Aldo Gucci, Italian fashion designer June 20 - Lillian Hellman, American writer June 21 - Jean-Paul Sartre, French