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  1. 14 de abril. Para la serie de televisión, véase 14 de abril. La República. El 14 de abril es el 104.º (centésimo cuarto) día del año del calendario gregoriano y el 105.º en los años bisiestos. Quedan 261 días para finalizar el año.

  2. Se eligió el 14 de abril por ser la fecha de 1890 en que, mediante resolución de la Primera Conferencia Internacional Americana (celebrada en el Distrito de Columbia, entre octubre de 1889 y abril de 1890), se crearon la Unión de las Repúblicas Americanas y su secretaría permanente, la Oficina Comercial de las Repúblicas Americanas.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › April_14April 14 - Wikipedia

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    1. 0043 BC – Battle of Forum Gallorum between the forces of Mark Antony, and legions loyal to the Roman Senate under the overall command of consul Gaius Pansa. 2. 0069 – Vitellius, commander of the Rhine armies, defeats Emperor Otho in the Battle of Bedriacumto take power over Rome. 3. 0966 – After his marriage to the Christian Doubravka of Bohemia, the pagan ruler of the Polans, Mieszko I, converts to Christianity, an event considered to be the founding of the Polish state. 4. 0972 – Co-Empe...

    1601–1900

    1. 1639 – Imperial forces are defeated by the Swedes at the Battle of Chemnitz. The Swedish victory prolongs the Thirty Years' War and allows them to advance into Bohemia. 2. 1699 – Khalsa: The Sikh religion was formalised as the Khalsa – the brotherhood of Warrior-Saints – by Guru Gobind Singh in northern India, in accordance with the Nanakshahi calendar. 3. 1775 – The first abolition society in North America is established. The Society for the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bonda...

    1901–present

    1. 1906 – The Azusa Street Revival opens and will launch Pentecostalismas a worldwide movement. 2. 1908 – Hauser Dam, a steel dam on the Missouri River in Montana, U.S., fails, sending a surge of water 25 to 30 feet (7.6 to 9.1 m) high downstream. 3. 1909 – A massacre is organized by the Ottoman Empire against the Armenian population of Cilicia. 4. 1912 – The British passenger liner RMS Titanichits an iceberg in the North Atlantic at 23:40 (sinks morning of April 15th). 5. 1928 – The Bremen,...

    Pre-1600

    1. 1126 – Averroes, Andalusian Arab physician and philosopher (d. 1198) 2. 1204 – Henry I, king of Castile(d. 1217) 3. 1331 – Jeanne-Marie de Maille, French Roman Catholic saint (d. 1414) 4. 1527 – Abraham Ortelius, Flemish cartographer and geographer (d. 1598) 5. 1572 – Adam Tanner, Austrian mathematician, philosopher, and academic (d. 1632) 6. 1578 – Philip III of Spain(d. 1621)

    1601–1900

    1. 1629 – Christiaan Huygens, Dutch mathematician, astronomer, and physicist (d. 1695) 2. 1669 – Magnus Julius De la Gardie, Swedish general and politician (d. 1741) 3. 1678 – Abraham Darby I, English iron master (d. 1717) 4. 1709 – Charles Collé, French playwright and songwriter (d. 1783) 5. 1714 – Adam Gib, Scottish minister and author (d. 1788) 6. 1738 – William Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland, English politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom(d. 1809) 7. 1769 – Barthélemy...

    1901–present

    1. 1902 – Sylvio Mantha, Canadian ice hockey player, coach, and referee (d. 1974) 2. 1903 – Henry Corbin, French philosopher and academic (d. 1978) 3. 1903 – Ruth Svedberg, Swedish discus thrower and triathlete (d. 2002) 4. 1904 – John Gielgud, English actor, director, and producer (d. 2000) 5. 1905 – Elizabeth Huckaby, American author and educator (d. 1999) 6. 1905 – Georg Lammers, German sprinter (d. 1987) 7. 1905 – Jean Pierre-Bloch, French author and activist (d. 1999) 8. 1906 – Faisal of...

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    1. 911 – Pope Sergius III, pope of the Roman Catholic Church 2. 1070 – Gerard, Duke of Lorraine(b. c. 1030) 3. 1099 – Conrad, Bishop of Utrecht (b. before 1040) 4. 1132 – Mstislav I of Kiev(b. 1076) 5. 1279 – Bolesław the Pious, Duke of Greater Poland (b. 1224) 6. 1322 – Bartholomew de Badlesmere, 1st Baron Badlesmere, English soldier and politician, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports(b. 1275) 7. 1345 – Richard de Bury, English bishop and politician, Lord Chancellor of The United Kingdom(b. 1287...

    1601–1900

    1. 1609 – Gasparo da Salò, Italian violin maker (b. 1540) 2. 1662 – William Fiennes, 1st Viscount Saye and Sele, English politician (b. 1582) 3. 1682 – Avvakum, Russian priest and saint (b. 1620) 4. 1721 – Michel Chamillart, French politician, Controller-General of Finances(b. 1652) 5. 1740 – Lady Catherine Jones, English philanthropist (b.1672) 6. 1759 – George Frideric Handel, German-English organist and composer (b. 1685) 7. 1785 – William Whitehead, English poet and playwright (b. 1715) 8...

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    1. 1910 – Mikhail Vrubel, Russian painter and sculptor (b. 1856) 2. 1911 – Addie Joss, American baseball player and journalist (b. 1880) 3. 1911 – Henri Elzéar Taschereau, Canadian lawyer and jurist, 4th Chief Justice of Canada(b. 1836) 4. 1912 – Henri Brisson, French politician, 50th Prime Minister of France(b. 1835) 5. 1914 – Hubert Bland, English activist, co-founded the Fabian Society(b. 1855) 6. 1916 – Gina Krog, Norwegian suffragist and women's rights activist (b. 1847) 7. 1917 – L. L....

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    Commemoration of Anfal Genocide Against the Kurds (Iraqi Kurdistan)
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    La familia De la Torre, una prestigiosa familia que reside en Madrid, vive el período de la Segunda República. Todos estos momentos están vinculados al nacimiento de una gran historia de amor que ata a Fernando de la Torre (Félix Gómez) a decidir entre Alejandra (Verónica Sánchez) y Mercedes (Mariona Ribas), enfrentándose con su mejor amigo: Jesús Prado (Alejo Sauras).[2]​

    Personajes que se incorporan en la segunda temporada:[3]​[4]​ 1. León Caneda (Sergio Mur) 2. Mateo (Biel Durán) 3. Nieves (María Cotiello) 4. Alfonso (Elio González) 5. Irene (María Casal)

    Es una serie derivada de La Señora[5]​ y se estrenó el lunes, 24 de enero de 2011. La primera temporada acabó el lunes 18 de abril de 2011, abarcando desde el otoño de 1931 hasta septiembre de 1932. La segunda temporada de la serie que en principio tenía previsto que se emitiese en enero de 2012, consta de 17 capítulos, que serán los últimos de la serie y que abarcarán el periodo comprendido entre septiembre de 1932 y el 18 de julio de 1936, día en el que estalló la Guerra civil española.[6]​ El presupuesto fue de 15 millones de euros.[7]​

    En sus trece emisiones, la primera temporada de 14 de abril. La República alcanzó una audiencia media de 3.515.000 espectadores y un 17% de cuota. Casi 22,8 millones de personas (51,7% de cuota) vieron algún momento de la ficción de TVE.[21]​

    Bahamonde, Ángel (13 de mayo de 2011). 14 de abril. La República. Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial España. ISBN 9788401347764.
    Chicharro-Merayo, M. (diciembre de 2012). 14 de abril, La República: la intrahistoria española desde la ficción televisiva. Palabra Clave 15 (3), 505-523.
    Rodríguez Marcos, Susana (9 de abril de 2015). La Señora: entre el drama y la historia (PDF). Tesis Doctoral. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Consultado el 17 de septiembre de 2018.
    • Virginia Yagüe, Rodolf Sirera, Manel Cubedo
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    The fiction starts with Ludi, a female servant, arriving to Madrid from Asturias. In the context of the proclamation of the Second Spanish Republic on 14 April 1931, the Spring of 1931 in the Spanish capital is bustling with those celebrating the advent of the Republic, while those against it prepare for armed struggle. The "De la Torre" family, a landowning family representative of the "stagnant, rancid bourgeoisie", is among those opposing the new government. The son of the family, Fernando de la Torre (Félix Gómez) is engaged to Mercedes León (Mariona Ribas). The members of the lower class "Prado" family work as rangers of the large estate owned by the De la Torre, showing feelings of submission towards their employers conflicted by their endorsement to the promises of agrarian reform brought by the Republic. The offspring of the Prado family are Jesús (Alejo Sauras) and Alejandra (Verónica Sánchez). The extremes of the ideological polarization in play are represented by characte...

    Created by Virginia Yagüe and Jordi Frades, the first season started filming in October 2010. It premiered on 24 January 2011. The series subsequently received harsh criticism from the People's Party (PP), then the main opposition party. The 13-episode season ended on 18 April 2011 with good viewer ratings (18.2% share) and a cliffhanger. The second season was produced by Endemol TV. Slated to air in 2012, the second season of the series was shelved indefinitely because of the arrival of Mariano Rajoy and the PP to government, as they preferred to bury a fiction set in the Republican period. Seven years after, in 2018, only once Pedro Sánchez became prime minister, the airing of the second season was programmed again. In the meantime two of the main cast actors (Héctor Colomé and Álex Angulo) had died. The opening episode of the second season premiered on 3 November 2018 in prime time.The broadcasting run was irregular, to the point the channel sometimes scheduled back-to-back two e...

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    43 a.C. — Batalha do Fórum dos Galos: Marco Antônio, sitiando o assassino de Júlio César, Décimo Bruto em Mutina, derrota as forças do cônsul Pansa, mas é depois imediatamente derrotado pelo exérci...
    0069 — Vitélio, comandante dos exércitos do Reno, derrota o imperador Otão na Batalha de Bedríacoe assume o trono.
    0193 — Septímio Severo é proclamado imperador romano pelo exército no Ilírico (nos Bálcãs).
    1028 — Henrique III, filho de Conrado, é eleito rei da Alemanha.

    Anterior ao século XIX

    1. 1126 — Averróis, físico e filósofo espanhol (m. 1198). 2. 1204 — Henrique I de Castela (m. 1217). 3. 1371 — Maria da Hungria (m. 1395). 4. 1527 — Abraham Ortelius, geógrafo e cartógrafo flamengo (m. 1598). 5. 1578 — Filipe III de Espanha (m. 1621). 6. 1629 — Christiaan Huygens, astrônomo e matemático holandês (m. 1695). 7. 1741 — Momozono, imperador japonês (m. 1762). 8. 1744 — Denis Fonvizin, dramaturgo russo (m. 1792). 9. 1762 — Giuseppe Valadier, arquiteto e arqueólogo italiano (m. 1839...

    Século XIX

    1. 1818 — Maria de Saxe-Altemburgo (m. 1907). 2. 1820 — Maturin Murray Ballou, escritor e editor estadunidense (m. 1895). 3. 1843 — Alberto de Saxe-Altemburgo (m. 1902). 4. 1844 — Maria Imaculada das Duas Sicílias (m. 1899). 5. 1849 — Alberto Pimentel, escritor e jornalista português (m 1925). 6. 1857 6.1. Aluísio Azevedo, escritor e jornalista brasileiro (m. 1913). 6.2. Beatriz do Reino Unido, princesa britânica (m. 1944). 7. 1866 — Anne Sullivan, professora estadunidense (m. 1936). 8. 1868...

    Anterior ao século XIX

    1. 0911 — Papa Sérgio III (n. 870). 2. 1322 — Bartolomeu de Badlesmere, latifundiário e nobre inglês (n. 1275). 3. 1471 — Ricardo Neville, 16.º Conde de Warwick (n. 1428). 4. 1626 — Gaspare Aselli, médico italiano (n. 1581). 5. 1759 — Georg Friedrich Händel, compositor alemão (n. 1685).

    Século XIX

    1. 1842 — Alejandro María Aguado, militar e banqueiro espanhol (n. 1784). 2. 1865 — José Rafael Carrera Turcios, político guatemalteco (n. 1814). 3. 1894 — Adolf Friedrich von Schack, poeta e historiador alemão (n. 1815).

    Século XX

    1. 1917 — Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof, oftalmologista e filólogo polonês (n. 1859). 2. 1938 — Gillis Grafström, patinador artístico sueco (n. 1893). 3. 1939 — José Júlio de Souza Pinto, pintor português (n. 1856). 4. 1976 — Zuzu Angel, estilista brasileira (n. 1921). 5. 1981 5.1. Jayrinho, cantor, compositor, produtor musical e arranjador brasileiro (n. 1952). 5.2. Victor Assis Brasil, saxofonista brasileiro (n. 1945). 6. 1986 — Simone de Beauvoir, escritora e filósofa francesa (n. 1908).

    Dia Mundial do Café
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    No calendário romano era o 18.º dia (XVIII) antes das calendas de maio.
    No calendário litúrgico tem a letra dominical F para o dia da semana.
    No calendário gregoriano a epacta do dia é xv.