Was geschah heute in der Geschichte (16. Januar), wer wurde geboren, wer starb? – Lebensmittellinie

Was ist heute am 16. Januar passiert, was ist passiert, wer wurde geboren, wer ist gestorben? Was sind die wichtigsten Ereignisse in der Türkei und der heutigen Welt in der Geschichte? Für diejenigen, die neugierig auf diese Fragen sind, haben wir die Ereignisse, die heute in der Geschichte stattgefunden haben, und wichtige Namen, die in unseren Nachrichten geboren und gestorben sind, vorbereitet. Hier sind die Ereignisse, die sich heute in der Geschichte ereignet haben …

Veranstaltungen

1547 – Der russische Zar Iwan der Schreckliche wird gekrönt.
1556 – 2. Felipe wurde König von Spanien.
1595 – Sultan III. Murat starb im Alter von 48 Jahren. III. Mehmet bestieg den Thron.
1795 – Frankreich besetzt die niederländische Stadt Utrecht.
1804 – Der französische Physiker Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac stieg in einem Wasserstoffballon auf 7.016 m und stellte damit einen Rekord auf, der in den nächsten 50 Jahren nicht gebrochen werden sollte.
1846 – Das erste Landwirtschaftsministerium (Landwirtschaftsministerium) wurde gegründet.
1914 – Altay SK wurde gegründet.
1920 – Der Völkerbund hielt seine erste Sitzung in Paris ab.
1925 – In der Sowjetunion wird Leo Trotzki vom Posten des Kriegskommissars entlassen.
1928 – Cemal Reşit Reys Werk “12 anatolische Volkslieder” für Gesang und Klavier wurde uraufgeführt.
1928 – Der Prozess gegen die Kommunistische Partei der Türkei gegen Doktor Şefik Hüsnü Deymer und seine Freunde beginnt.
1929 – Nikolai Bucharin tritt im Streit mit Josef Stalin als Vorsitzender der Kommunistischen Internationale zurück.
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1952 – Journalist and writer Ercüment Ekrem Talu was awarded the French “Légion d’honneur”. The author was deemed worthy of this award for his contributions to Turkish-French cultural relations.
1956 – The International Press Institute announced that there was pressure on the press in Turkey.
1960 – Workers’ Insurance Institution Istanbul Hospital was opened by President Celal Bayar.
1961 – The United States of America gave 43 million dollars aid to Turkey.
1965 – In Karakurt village of Kırkağaç district of Manisa, a group of people rose up and attacked school teachers. Kırkağaç Deputy District Governor, who went to the scene, was seriously injured by the villagers with stones and wood. 23 people were arrested.
1969 – Metroliner train goes into service.
1970 – Muammar Gaddafi becomes Prime Minister of Libya.
1979 – Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi left Iran with his family and settled in Egypt.
1979 – The Process Leading to the September 12, 1980 Coup in Turkey (1979 – September 12, 1980): A primary school in Mardin Kızıltepe, as the decision of the Revolutionary Democratic Culture Associations “to expel the non-Kurdish public officials from the region” was not fulfilled by the state. His teacher was beaten by a group of militants and warned to leave the city.
1980 – Scientists succeed in producing interferon.
1983 – Turkish Airlines “Afyon” plane crashed in Ankara: 47 people died.

1985 – Populist Party (HP) deputy Bahriye Üçok had proposed a law that would punish men who commit adultery. Parliament rejected the proposal.
1986 – The first meeting of the Internet engineering special force.
1986 – The International PEN Congress convened in New York urged the Turkish Government to reconsider its stance on writers.
1987 – Chinese Communist Party Leader Hu Yaobang resigns as a result of student demonstrations in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square on January 1; was replaced by Zao Ziyang.
1991 – The US launches air raids and missile strikes on Iraq. Operation Desert Storm completely destroyed Iraq’s industrial and war potential and paved the way for the invasion of the country in 2003.

1992 – The El Salvador Government and rebels sign a treaty in Mexico City, ending a 12-year civil war that has claimed the lives of at least 75,000 people.
1992 – Hatip Dicle and Leyla Zana, originating from the People’s Labor Party, resigned from the Social Democratic Populist Party.
1996 – The “Eurasia ferry”, with its 177 passengers and 55 crew, was taken hostage in the port of Trabzon by armed activists and hijacked towards Istanbul. Activists said they wanted to draw attention to the Chechnya problem.
1998 – With the Welfare Party’s closure by the Constitutional Court, Necmettin Erbakan was banned from politics.
2000 – Ricardo Lagos is elected Chile’s first socialist president since Salvador Allende.
2002 – The UN Security Council decides to freeze all assets of Osama bin Laden and members of the Taliban.
2003 – The signature shuttle Columbia leaves base at Cape Canaveral (United States). (The shuttle disintegrated on its return to Earth on February 1, and the 7-man flight crew lost their lives).

2005 – Adriana Iliescu became the oldest mother in the world, giving birth at the age of 66.

2006 – Mehmet Ali Ağca went to GATA Haydarpaşa Training Hospital with his lawyer Mustafa Demirbağ to have his military service done. Demirbağ reported that Ağca was given a report of unfit for military service as a result of the examination.
2010 – Events in Istanbul, which is the “2010 European Capital of Culture”, started with celebrations at seven different points of the city.

births

1093 – Isaac Comnenos, third son of Byzantine Emperor Alexios I (ruled 1081-1118) and Irene Dukena (d. 1152)
1409 – René I, king of Naples and Jerusalem (d. 1480)
1477 – Johannes Schöner, German astronomer and cartographer (d. 1547)
1536 – Yi I, Korean Neo-Confucian philosopher and author (d. 1584)
1728 – Niccolo Piccinni, Italian composer (d. 1800)
1749 – Vittorio Alfieri, Italian dramatist (d. 1803)
1821 – John C. Breckinridge, American politician, lawyer, soldier, and 14th vice president of the United States (d. 1875)
1836 – II. Francis, last king of the Two Sicilies (d. 1894)
1836 – Inoue Kaoru, Japanese politician (d. 1915)
1838 – Franz Brentano, German psychologist and philosopher (d. 1917)
1849 – Eugène Carrière, French symbolist painter and lithographer (d. 1906)
1853 – André Michelin, French engineer and industrialist (d. 1931)
1853 – Ian Hamilton, senior officer in the British Army (d. 1947)
1855 – Eleanor Marx, Marxist author and political activist (d. 1898)
1859 – Jón Magnússon, Prime Minister of Iceland (d. 1926)
1861 – Dilpesend Lady, II. Abdulhamid’s fifth wife (d. 1901)
1878 – Harry Carey, American actor (d. 1947)
1878 – Mehmed Abdulkadir Efendi, II. Son of Abdülhamid and Bidâr Kadınefendi (d. 1944)
1885 – Michel Plancherel, Swiss mathematician (d. 1967)
1890 – Karl Freund, German cinematographer and director (d. 1969)
1892 – Homer Burton Adkins, American chemist (d. 1949)
1895 – Evripidis Bakircis, Greek officer and politician (d. 1947)
1897 – Bedia Muvahhit, Turkish theater and cinema actress (first Turkish woman to appear on the stage) (d. 1994)
1901 – Fulgencio Batista, President of Cuba (d. 1973)
1906 – Abdullah Ziya Kozanoğlu, Turkish architect, contractor, novelist, comics writer, sports manager and 11th President of Beşiktaş Gymnastics Club (d. 1966)
1908 – Andrew Hughes, Ottoman Empire-born actor and company executive (d. 1996)
1911 – Eduardo Frei Montalva, Chilean politician (d. 1982)
1913 – Edoardo Detti, Italian architect and urban planner (d. 1984)
1924 – Katy Jurado, Mexican actress (d. 2002)
1929 – Shigeru Kōyama, Japanese actor (d. 2017)
1932 – Dian Fossey, American ethologist (d. 1985)
1933 – Susan Sontag, American author (d. 2004)
1935 – Udo Lattek, German manager and former football player (d. 2015)
1936 – Halit Çapın, Turkish journalist and writer (d. 2006)
1948 – John Carpenter, American director, screenwriter, and producer
1950 – Daniel Vischer, Swiss politician (d. 2017)
1954 – Morten Meldal, Danish chemist and Nobel Prize laureate in Chemistry
1958 – Andrey Bal, Ukrainian football player and coach (d. 2014)
1958 – Ayşenur İslam, Turkish politician
1959 – Sade, Nigerian singer-songwriter
1971 – Vuslat Doğan Sabancı, Turkish journalist and businessman
1972 – Gökhan Ertan, Turkish photographer (d. 2012)
1972 – Ümran Kıyman, Turkish boxer (d. 2012)
1973 – Josie Davis, American actress
1974 – Kate Moss, British model
1975 – Ayça Bingöl, Turkish actress
1976 – Debbie Ferguson, Bahamian athlete
1979 – Aaliyah, American singer (d. 2001)
1982 – Tuncay Sanli, Turkish football player
1983 – Emanuel Pogatetz, Austrian football player
1983 – Erkan Kolçak Köstendil, Turkish actor and singer
1985 – Craig Jones, British motorcycle racer (d. 2008)
1985 – Anna Wallentheim, Swedish teacher and politician
1985 – Şahika Ercümen, Turkish freediver and underwater hockey player
1996 – Jennie Kim, South Korean singer

deaths

1263 – Shinran, Japanese Buddhist monk (b. 1173)
1299 – Hüsameddin Lâçin, Mamluk sultan (b. ?)
1391 – Mohammed V, Emir of Granada (b. 1338)
1545 – George Spalatin, German reformer (b. 1484)

1595 – III. Murad, 12th sultan of the Ottoman Empire (b. 1546)

1598 – Fyodor I, Russian tsar (b. 1557)
1710 – Higashiyama, 113th emperor of Japan (b. 1675)
1794 – Edward Gibbon, English historian (b. 1737)
1806 – Nicolas Leblanc, French physicist, surgeon, and chemist (b. 1742)
1852 – John Payne Todd, married to James Madison, whose mother would become president of the United States (b.
1864 – Cheoljong, 25th king of the Joseon Kingdom (b. 1831)
1885 – Edmond About, French author, novelist, and publisher (b. 1828)
1886 – Amilcare Ponchielli, Italian composer (b. 1834)
1891 – Léo Delibes, French composer (b. 1836)
1896 – Ali Şefkati, Ottoman journalist (b. 1848)
1933 – Bekir Sami Kunduh, Turkish politician and diplomat (Turkey’s first Foreign Minister) (b. 1867)
1936 – ‎Albert Fish‎‎, American physician, serial killer, and cannibal‎ (Executed) (b. 1870)
1949 – Vasily Degtyaryov, Russian weapons designer (b. 1880)
1957 – Arturo Toscanini, Italian conductor and violinist (b. 1867)
1966 – Ahmet Fetgeri Aseni, Turkish gymnast, co-founder and 6th President of Beşiktaş Gymnastics Club (b. 1886)
1969 – Petras Klimas, Lithuanian diplomat, author, and historian (b. 1891)
1979 – August Heissmeyer, leading member of the Schutzstaffel (b. 1897)
2004 – Kalevi Sorsa, Finnish social-democratic politician (b. 1930)
2005 – Recep Birgit, Turkish classical music artist (b. 1920)
2007 – Ron Carey, American actor (b. 1935)
2009 – Andrew Wyeth, American visual artist (b. 1917)
2013 – Burhan Doğançay, Turkish painter and photographer (b. 1929)
2013 – Pauline Phillips, American radio broadcaster and activist (b. 1918)
2015 – Afet Ilgaz, Turkish writer (b. 1937)
2016 – Joannis Avramidis, Greek-Austrian sculptor (b. 1922)
2016 – Carina Jaarnek, Swedish singer (b. 1962)
2017 – Eugene Cernan, American fighter pilot and NASA astronaut (b. 1934)
2017 – Franz Jarnach, German actor and musician (b. 1944)
2017 – Amin Nasir, Singaporean former international football player and manager (b. 1968)
2018 – Madalena Iglésias, Portuguese singer and actress (b. 1939)
2018 – Oliver Ivanovic, Kosovo Serb politician (b. 1953)
2018 – Javiera Muñoz, Swedish singer (b. 1977)
2018 – Jo Jo White, former American professional basketball player (b. 1946)
2019 – Mirjam Pressler, German novelist and translator (b. 1940)
2019 – Chris Wilson, Australian blues musician, singer, and songwriter (b. 1956)
2019 – Yu Min, Chinese nuclear physicist (b. 1926)
2020 – Magda al-Sabahi, Egyptian actress and filmmaker (b. 1931)
2020 – Efraín Sánchez, Colombian international football player and manager (b. 1926)
2020 – Zhao Zhongxiang, Chinese television and news presenter (b. 1942)
2020 – Christopher Tolkien, English author (youngest son of JRR Tolkien) (b. 1924)
2021 – Sharon Begley, American journalist, columnist, and author (b. 1956)
2021 – Jerry Brandt, American entrepreneur, performer, manager, manager, organizer (b. 1938)
2021 – Charlotte Cornwell, English actress (b. 1949)
2021 – Dustin Higgs, American serial killer (b. 1972)
2021 – Pave Maijanen, Finnish singer (b. 1950)
2021 – Christian Ntshangase, Estvatinian politician (b. ?)
2021 – Bheki Ntuli, South African politician (b. 1957)
2021 – Feride Pasha, Indonesian actress (b. 1952)
2021 – Phil Spector, American record producer and songwriter (b. 1939)
2021 – Muammer Sun, Turkish composer (b. 1932)
2022 – Carmela Corren, Israeli singer and actress (b. 1938)
2022 – Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, Malian politician (b. 1945)
2022 – Bozkurt Kuruç, Turkish theater actor, director and lecturer (b. 1935)
2022 – Charles E. McGee, African-American fighter pilot (b. 1919)

Holidays and special occasions

World Hygiene Day

Press Pride Day

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