13/09/2022 · En septiembre de 1868, una insurrección que pasaría a la historia como "la Revolución Gloriosa" destronó a la reina española Isabel II. Los militares que lideraron la rebelión esgrimían razones políticas y deseos de renovación del Estado, pero en el trasfondo había una situación económica muy complicada, el riesgo de una revuelta popular y las ambiciones personales de sus ...
hace 5 días · This event is followed by the beginning of the Iron Age. We define the Iron Age as ending in 510 BC for the purposes of this article, even though the typical definition is region-dependent (e.g. 510 BC in Greece, 322 BC in India, 200 BC in China), thus being an 800-year period. 1300 BC: Iron smelting in the Hittite Empire of the Middle East.
08/09/2022 · 1868 c. 123: UK Public General Acts: Regulation of Railways Act 1868: 1868 c. 119: UK Public General Acts: Ecclesiastical Commission Act 1868 (repealed 1.6.1992) 1868 c. 114: UK Public General Acts: Gun Barrel Proof Act 1868: 1868 c. cxiii: UK Local Acts: Telegraph Act 1868: 1868 c. 110: UK Public General Acts: Compulsory Church Rate Abolition ...
15/09/2022 · Jan 26 Frederick Corder, composer in the year 1852. Jan 29 Frederic Hymen Cowen, composer on this day in history. Feb 01 Yellow fever in Argentina in the year 1852. Feb 01 Yellow fever in United States in the year 1852. Feb 02 On this day in history 1st British public men's toilet opens (Fleet St London)
21/09/2022 · Also known as tropical cyclones, hurricanes are large, wet storms with high winds that form over warm water. Hurricane season in the Atlantic Basin—the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean Sea—runs from June 1 to Nov. 30 each year, though some hurricanes do form outside of this season.
hace 3 días · Upon Derby's retirement in 1868, Disraeli became prime minister briefly before losing that year's general election. He returned to the Opposition, before leading the party to winning a majority in the 1874 general election. He maintained a close friendship with Queen Victoria, who in 1876 elevated him to the peerage as Earl of Beaconsfield.
13/09/2022 · The U.S. dollar has lost 96% its value since 1810. $100 in 1810 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $2,407.89 today, an increase of $2,307.89 over 212 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.51% per year between 1810 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,307.89%.