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  • Die mittlere Spalte zeigt die Jahre der Zeitgeschichte. Der Startzeitpunkt ist das Geburtsjahr und das Ende ist das Jahr nach dem Todesjahr.
  • Die linke Spalte zeigt die Ereignisse im Leben der Person an.
    Aufgelistete Ereignisse sind: Geburt, Tod und Eheschließung/en der Hauptperson, Tod des Ehepartners, Geburt, Eheschließung und Tod der Kinder und Geburt und Tod der Enkelkinder.
    Geburt, Tod, Eheschließung und Tod des Ehepartners sind in rot/fett dargestellt. Geburt, Eheschließung und Tod der Kinder in grün. Geburt und Tod der Enkelkinder in blau.
  • Die Spalte rechts außen zeigt die historischen Ereignisse dieser Jahre.
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    5 - 5-Jahres Schritt per Zeile.
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  • Falls unterschiedliche Zeitgeschichten (Kontinente/Länder) zur Auswahl stehen sollten, so können Sie diese im unteren Teil der Auswahl auswählen, z.B. amerikanische Geschichte oder niederländische Geschichte etc.
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LEBENSEREIGNISSEJAHRHISTORISCHE EREIGNISSE
1850-1854
1851 The Great Exhibition in England
1852 Louis Napoleon becomes Emperor Napoleon III of the French
1853 (bis 1856) Crimean War: Russia fights Turkey, Britain, France, and Sardinia
Geburtsdatum unbekannt1855-1859
1860-1864
1860 Italian parliament meets in Turin; Garibaldi takes southern Italy; most of Italy unified
1861 Tsar Alexander II abolishes serfdom in Russia
1862 (bis 1890) Career of Bismarck as chief minister of Germany
1863 (bis 1864) Poles rebel against Russian rule
1865-1869
1866 Prussia defeats Austria at Sadowa in Seven Weeks War
1867 Disraeli introduces Second Reform Bill in Britain
1868 (bis 1874) Gladstone is British prime minister for first time
1870-1874
1870 (bis 1871) Franco-Prussian War; Napoleon III abdicates, Third Republic established in France (to 1940)
1871 Unification of Germany: Prussian king William I becomes emperor of Germany
1874 (bis 1910) Disraeli's second and last government in Britain
1875-1879
1876 Turks put down Bulgarian rising with great cruelty
1878 Congress of Berlin ends Russo-Turkish War (1877 - 78); freedom for some Balkan countries
1880-1884
1881 Assassination of Tsar Alexander II of Russia
1882 Triple Alliance is formed between Germany, Austria, and Italy
1885-1889
1885 German Karl Benz is first to sell motor cars
1887 Bulgaria elects Ferdinand of Coburg king; it becomes leading Balkan state
1888 (bis 1918) Kaiser (Emperor) William II reigns in Germany
1890-1894
1891 (bis 1894) Franco-Russian agreement
1895-1899
1895 In France, the Lumiere brothers invent the film projector
1895 Assassination of Bulgarian prime minister Stambuloff
1895 Marconi invents wireless telegraphy
1900-1904
1900 German naval law introduces 20-year building programme for a high seas fleet to compete with the British navy
1901 (bis 1905) Separation of the church from the state in France
1901 Foundation of Russian Social Revolutionary party (Bolsheviks)
1903 Assassination of Alexander, king of Serbia
1903 (bis 1905) Scandal breaks in Belgium over Belgian rule in Zaire
1904 "Entente Cordiale" between Britain and France
1904 (bis 1905) Russo-Japanese War
1905-1909
1905 Revolution in Russia
1905 Norway breaks away from Sweden; elects King Haakon VII
1906 Liberal government comes to power in Britain; many reforms
1906 Navy arms race escalates
1908 Young Turk revolution
1908 Carlos I of Portugal assassinated
1908 Austria annexes Bosnia and Herzegovina
1908 Ferdinand I proclaimed emperor of Bulgaria
1910-1914
1910 Portuguese revolution brings about the end of the monarchy
1912 (bis 1913) Balkan Wars
1913 Coup d'etat of Young Turks in Turkey
1914 Assassination of heir to Austrian throne leads to outbreak of World War I
1914 Battle of the Marne
1914 Battle of Tannenberg between the Germans and the Russians; German victory
1915-1919
1915 Dardanelles Campaign; British try to force passage to Constantinople
1915 Germans start submarine campaign to blockade British Isles
1916 Battle of Jutland between British and German fleets; stalemate
1916 Easter Rising against British government in Ireland
1917 Russian Revolution: Liberal revolution (February); Bolshevik revolution (October)*
1918 Armistice ends World War I
1919 Ernest Rutherford splits atom for first time
1920-1924
1921 Lenin introduces New Economic Policy in Russia
1922 Irish Free State founded
1922 Mussolini becomes Italian prime minister; dictator from 1925
1923 (bis 1930) Dictatorship of Primo de Rivera in Spain
1924 First British Labour party victory at a general election
1924 Death of Vladimir Lenin
1925-1929
1925 Locarno Agreements between major European powers aim to maintain peace and stability
1926 In Britain, John Logie Baird invents the television
1928 French begin to build fortification, the Maginot Line, on German border
1928 Stalin launches five-year plan to expand Soviet industry
Geburt Sohn Harry ‎30 Mrz 19321930-1934
1931 Republic declared in Spain after King Alfonso XIII abdicates
1931 Statute of Westminster makes dominions of British empire self-governing
1933 Nazi leader Hitler appointed German chancellor; Nazis begin organized persecution of Jews
1934 Mussolini meets Hitler
Tod 19391935-1939
1936 Germany invades Rhineland region on French-Belgian border
1936 (bis 1939) Civil War in Spain
1937 Eamonn de Valera becomes prime minister of Ireland (Eire)
1938 Hitler compels Austria to form union with Germany (the "Anschluss")
1938 Munich crisis: France and Britain agree to let Germany partition Czechoslovakia
1939 Stalin and Hitler agree to divide Poland between them
1939 Germany invades Poland; this leads to World War II
1940-1944
1940 British scientists develop radar
1940 France surrenders to Germany
1940 (bis 1945) Holocaust - 6 million Jews are murdered in German extermination camps in Germany and Poland
1941 Jet aircraft developed in England and Germany
1943 German Sixth Army fails to capture Stalingrad (present-day Volgograd) in Soviet Union, and surrenders
1944 Allies invade France and begin to reconquer Europe





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