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  1. 1908 ( MCMVIII) fue un año bisiesto comenzado en miércoles en el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 1.1 Enero 1.2 Febrero 1.3 Marzo 1.4 Abril 1.5 Mayo 1.6 Junio 1.7 Julio 1.8 Agosto 1.9 Septiembre 1.10 Octubre 1.11 Noviembre 1.12 Diciembre 1.13 Fecha desconocida 2 Arte y literatura 3 Ciencia y tecnología 4 Nacimientos 4.1 Enero

  2. Acontecimientos relacionados con México en 1908 . Índice 1 Gobierno 1.1 Poder ejecutivo 2 Acontecimientos 3 Nacimientos 3.1 Enero a junio 3.2 Julio a diciembre 3.3 Sin fecha 4 Fallecimientos 5 Referencias 5.1 Bibliografía 6 Enlaces externos Gobierno [ editar] Poder ejecutivo [ editar] Presidente: Porfirio Díaz. Acontecimientos [ editar]

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    January

    1. January 1 – The British Nimrod Expedition led by Ernest Shackleton sets sail from New Zealand on the Nimrodfor Antarctica. 2. January 3 – A total solar eclipse is visible in the Pacific Ocean, and is the 46th solar eclipse of Solar Saros 130. 3. January 15 – Alpha Kappa AlphaSorority is founded on the campus of Howard University, in Washington, D.C. 4. January 24 – Robert Baden-Powell's Scouting for Boys begins publication in London. The book eventually sells over 100 million copies, and e...

    February

    1. February 1 – Lisbon Regicide: King Carlos I of Portugal and Prince Luis Filipe are shot dead in Lisbon. 2. February 3 – Panathinaikos, a well known professional multi-sports club of Greece, is founded in Athens. 3. February 12 – The first around-the-world car race, the 1908 New York to Paris Race, begins. 4. February 18 – Japanese emigration to the United States is forbidden, under terms of the Gentlemen's Agreement of 1907.

    March

    1. March – The Children's Encyclopædiabegins publication in London. 2. March 4 2.1. The Pretoria branch of the Transvaal University College, precursor to the University of Pretoria, is established. 2.2. The Collinwood school fire near Cleveland, Ohiokills 174. 2.3. Bank of Communications, as major financial service in China, founded in Beijing,. 3. March 23 – American diplomat Durham Stevens, an employee of Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is assassinated in San Francisco by two Korean im...

    January

    1. January 8 1.1. William Hartnell, British actor (died 1975) 1.2. Fearless Nadia (Mary Evans), Indian actress (died 1996) 2. January 9 – Simone de Beauvoir, French feminist writer (died 1986) 3. January 10 – Paul Henreid, Austrian-born American actor (died 1992) 4. January 12 – Jean Delannoy, French film director (died 2008) 5. January 15 – Edward Teller, Hungarian-born physicist (died 2003) 6. January 16 6.1. Günther Prien, German submarine commander (died 1941) 6.2. Ethel Merman, American...

    February

    1. February 1 – George Pal, Hungarian-born American animator (died 1980) 2. February 5 – Peg Entwistle, English actress (died 1932) 3. February 6 3.1. Amintore Fanfani, 32nd Prime Minister of Italy (died 1999) 3.2. Michael Maltese, American screenwriter (died 1981) 4. February 7 – Buster Crabbe, American swimmer, actor (died 1983) 5. February 11 – Vivian Fuchs, English geologist, explorer (died 1999) 6. February 17 – Bo Yibo, Chinese politician (died 2007) 7. February 19 – Qin Hanzhang, Chine...

    March

    1. March 2 – Walter Bruch, German engineer (died 1990) 2. March 5 – Rex Harrison, English actor (died 1990) 3. March 7 – Anna Magnani, Italian actress (died 1973) 4. March 14 – Ed Heinemann, American aircraft designer (died 1991) 5. March 18 – Ivor Moreton, British singer and pianist (died 1984) 6. March 20 – Michael Redgrave, English actor (died 1985) 7. March 22 – Louis L'Amour, American author (died 1988) 8. March 25 – David Lean, English film director (died 1991) 9. March 29 – Arthur O'Co...

    January–March

    1. January 9 – Wilhelm Busch, German painter, poet (born 1832) 2. January 14 – Holger Drachmann, Danish poet (born 1846) 3. January 17 – Ferdinand IV, Grand Duke of Tuscany (born 1835) 4. January 23 – Edward MacDowell, American composer (born 1860) 5. January 25 – Ouida, English writer (born 1839) 6. February 1 6.1. King Carlos I of Portugal (born 1863) 6.2. Luís Filipe, Prince Royal of Portugal (born 1887) 7. February 17 7.1. Annie Ryder Gracey, American missionary (born 1836) 7.2. Baron Ign...

    April–June

    1. April 20 – Henry Chadwick, English-born American baseball writer (born 1824) 2. April 22 2.1. Qasim Amin, Egyptian writer (born 1863) 2.2. Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (born 1836) 3. April 26 – Karl Möbius, German ecologist (born 1825) 4. May 2 – Prince Yamashina Kikumaro, Japanese prince (born 1873) 5. May 17 – Carl Koldewey, German explorer (born 1837) 6. May 23 – François Coppée, French poet, playwright and novelist (born 1842) 7. May 24 – Old Tom M...

    July–September

    1. July 3 – Joel Chandler Harris, American author (born 1848) 2. July 5 – Jonas Lie, Norwegian writer (born 1833) 3. July 6 – Felipe Calderón y Roca, Filipino politician (born 1868) 4. July 12 – William D. Coleman, 13th President of Liberia (born 1842) 5. July 19 – Ignacio de Veintemilla, 11th President of Ecuador (born 1828) 6. July 20 – Demetrius Vikelas, 1st President of the International Olympic Committee (born 1835) 7. July 22 – Sir Randal Cremer, English politician and pacifist, Nobel P...

    Physics – Gabriel Lippmann
    Chemistry – Ernest Rutherford
    Medicine – Élie Metchnikoff, Paul Ehrlich
    Literature – Rudolf Christoph Eucken
    The Annual Register for 1908, British and world events online
    Gilbert, Martin. A History of the Twentieth Century: Volume 1 1900–1933(1997); global coverage of politics, diplomacy and warfare; pp 105 – 22.
    • Grandes Momentos
    • Deportes
    • Países Participantes
    • Véase también
    • Enlaces Externos
    Oscar Swahn de 60 años es el competidor de más edad que haya ganado medalla de oro (en tiro).
    Mostrando el mayor espíritu deportivo, la final de lucha greco-romana peso medio entre los suecos Frithiof Martensson y Mauritz Anderssonse pospuso para que Martensson pudiera recuperarse de una he...
    Ray Ewry ganó el salto de alturapor tercera vez convirtiéndose en el único atleta en la historia de los Juegos Olímpicos en haber ganado ocho medallas de oro individuales de ese entonces.
    El maratón causó la sensación de los espectadores por su dramático final: luego de 42 kilómetros, entra Dorando Pietri de Italia al estadio, desorientado toma la dirección equivocada, luego cae. Al...

    El programa olímpico comprendía 24 deportes (saltos de natación y waterpolo se incluyen junto a natación, como deportes acuáticos), con 110 pruebas.

    Estos fueron los países participantes en esta olimpiada: Alemania, Argentina, Australasia, Austria, Bélgica, Bohemia, Canadá, Dinamarca, Estados Unidos, Finlandia, Francia, Grecia, Hungría, Italia, Noruega, Países Bajos, Reino Unido, Rusia, Sudáfrica, Suecia, Suiza. Algunas fuentes mencionan que Turquíatambién fue un país participante en esta olimp...

    Portal:Juegos Olímpicos. Contenido relacionado con Juegos Olímpicos.
    Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre Juegos Olímpicos de Londres 1908.
    Londres 1908 en la página oficial del Comité Olímpico Internacional(en inglés).
    • 22 países, 2008 atletas
    • 110 en 22 deportes olímpicos
  4. 6 de mar. de 2021 · ¿Qué pasó el 8 de marzo de 1908? La tragedia vinculada al 8-M tuvo lugar un 25 de marzo de 1911 y murieron 140 personas, no solo mujeres, sino también inmigrantes y niños Huelga de las camiseras...

  5. El 30 de junio de 1908 (citado en Rusia como el 17 de junio de 1908 del calendario juliano, antes de la implantación del calendario soviético en 1918), alrededor de las 07:17 hora local, los nativos evenki y los colonos rusos en las colinas al noroeste del lago Baikal observaron una columna de luz azulada, casi tan brillante como el Sol, cruzando el cielo.

  6. El Día Internacional de la Mujer, anteriormente denominado Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora, conmemora en cada 8 de marzo la lucha de las mujeres por su participación en la sociedad y su desarrollo íntegro como persona, en pie de igualdad con el hombre. También se usa para hacer referencia a esta conmemoración el numerónimo «8-M» en referencia al día y al mes en que se conmemora. En la II Conferencia Internacional de Mujeres Socialistas realizada en Copenhague en 1910 ...