June 5

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August 13, 2022

June 5 June 5 is the 156th day of the year (157th in a leap year) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 209 days left until the end of the year. This day in history: June 4—June 5—June 6

Holidays and memorial days

International

UN: World Environment Day. UN: International Day Against Illegal and Unregulated Fishing. (Adopted by the United Nations on December 5, 2017) Running day. Balloon Day.

National

Denmark: National holiday of the Kingdom of Denmark. Constitution Day (1849) father's day Romania: Teacher's Day. Kazakhstan: Ecologist's Day. Azerbaijan: Reclamation Day. Belarus: Memorial Day of Yefrosinia of Polotsk. New Zealand: Arbor Day. USA: National Ketchup Day and Gingerbread Day.

Religious

Name day

Orthodox: Catholic:

Events

1849 - Denmark became a constitutional monarchy 1882 - Grevin Museum was opened in Paris 1894 — the largest in the entire history of Galicia, the General Regional Exhibition, began its work in Lviv 1910 — the first flight took place in Kyiv on a domestic plane designed by Oleksandr Kudashev, a professor of the Polytechnic Institute, who himself acted as a pilot. In 11 days, student Ihor Sikorsky also took his plane into the air 1919 — in the course of the Ukrainian-Polish war of 1918-1919, the Chortkiv offensive of the Ukrainian Galician Army (UGA) began, as a result of which Chortkiv, Ternopil, Buchach and Przemyslany were liberated from the Poles 1945 — the military commanders of the Allied Powers signed the Declaration on the Defeat of Germany and the Acceptance of Supreme Power in it by the Governments of the USSR, USA, Great Britain and France in Berlin 1977 — the first Apple II personal computer went on sale 1990 — The All-Ukrainian Orthodox Council in Kyiv proclaimed the revival of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church (UAOC), restored the church structure in the form of a patriarchate and elected Metropolitan Mstislav Skrypnyk as the first Ukrainian patriarch.

Born

See also Category: Born on June 5 1723 - Adam Smith, British philosopher, economist, author of the theory of labor value 1805 - Petro Klodt, Russian sculptor, author of the figure of Prince Volodymyr for the Monument to Prince Volodymyr in Kyiv. Was on friendly terms with Taras Shevchenko. 1819 - John �