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  1. 1892 ( MDCCCXCII) fue un año bisiesto comenzado en viernes según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 1.1 Enero 1.2 Febrero 1.3 Marzo 1.4 Abril 1.5 Mayo 1.6 Octubre 1.7 Noviembre 1.8 Diciembre 2 Arte y literatura 3 Ciencia y tecnología 4 Música 5 Cine 6 Deportes 7 Nacimientos 7.1 Enero 7.2 Febrero 7.3 Marzo 7.4 Abril 7.5 Mayo

  2. 1. ] . Exfábrica de Río Blanco, Veracruz. 9 de octubre: El presidente Porfirio Díaz inaugura la fábrica de hilados y tejidos de Río Blanco en el entonces municipio de Tenango (hoy en día Río Blanco) en Veracruz. Dicha fábrica era la más grande en su tiempo del país empleando a 1,700 trabajadores entre ellos 60 mujeres.

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    January–March

    1. January 1 – Ellis Islandbegins accommodating immigrants to the United States. 2. February 1- The historic Enterprise Bar and Grill was established in Rico, Colorado. 3. February 27 – Rudolf Diesel applies for a patent, on his compression ignition engine (the Diesel engine). 4. February 29 – St. Petersburg, Floridais incorporated as a town. 5. March 1 – Theodoros Deligiannis ends his term as Prime Minister of Greece, and Konstantinos Konstantopoulostakes office. 6. March 6–8 – "Exclusive Ag...

    April–June

    1. April – The Johnson County War breaks out between small farmers and large ranchers in Wyoming. 2. April 15 – The General ElectricCompany is established through the merger of the Thomson-Houston Company and the Edison General Electric Company. 3. May 7 – The Cook Islands issue their first postage stamps. 4. May 11 – The 18th Kentucky Derby is run in Louisville, Kentucky; Azrafinishes first, Huron second and Phil Dwyer third in a race with only three horses. 5. May 19 – Battle of Yemoja Rive...

    July–September

    1. July 4 – Samoa changes its time zone to being 3 hours behind California, such that it crosses the International Date Line, and July 4occurs twice. 2. July 4–18 – British general election: The Conservative and Liberal Unionist coalition government loses its majority in the House of Commons, eventually leading to Prime Minister Lord Salisbury's resignation on August 12. 3. July 6 3.1. Dr. José Rizal, Filipino writer, philosopher and political activist, is arrested by Spanish authorities, in...

    January

    1. January 1 1.1. Artur Rodziński, Polish conductor (d. 1958) 1.2. Manuel Roxas, 5th President of the Philippines (d. 1948) 2. January 3 – J. R. R. Tolkien, English professor, linguist, philologist, conlanger and author of The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit and The Silmarillion (d. 1973) 3. January 12 – Mikhail Kirponos, Soviet general (d. 1941) 4. January 14 4.1. Martin Niemöller, German prisoner in the Nazi Holocaust (d. 1984) 4.2. Hal Roach, American film, television producer (d. 1992) 5. J...

    February

    1. February 3 – Juan Negrín, Spanish physician, politician and 67th Prime Minister of Spain (d. 1956) 2. February 4 – Yrjö Kilpinen, Finnish composer (d. 1959) 3. February 5 – Shunji Isaki, Japanese admiral (d. 1943) 4. February 6 4.1. Sir John Carden, 6th Baronet, English tank, vehicle designer (d. 1935) 4.2. William P. Murphy, American physician, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (d. 1987) 5. February 9 – Peggy Wood, American actress (d. 1978) 6. February 10 – Alan Hale...

    March

    1. March 1 – Ryūnosuke Akutagawa, Japanese writer (d. 1927) 2. March 3 – Mississippi John Hurt (some sources give his year of birth as 1893), American country blues singer, guitarist (d. 1966) 3. March 8 – Constantin Brătescu, Romanian general (d. 1971) 4. March 9 4.1. Arthur Caesar, American screenwriter (d. 1953) 4.2. David Garnett, English novelist and writer (d. 1981) 4.3. Mátyás Rákosi, 43rd prime minister of Hungary (d. 1971) 4.4. Vita Sackville-West, English writer and gardener (d. 196...

    January–June

    1. January 2 – Sir George Biddell Airy, English astronomer royal (b. 1801) 2. January 7 – Tewfik Pasha, Khedive of Egypt and the Sudan (b. 1852) 3. January 7 – Maria Cederschiold, Swedish deaconess (b. 1815) 4. January 8 – Christopher Raymond Perry Rodgers, American admiral (b. 1819) 5. January 12 – William Reeves, Irish antiquarian (b. 1815) 6. January 14 – Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale, second in line for the throne of the United Kingdom (b. 1864) 7. January 21 – John...

    July–December

    1. July 18 – Rose Terry Cooke, American author (b. 1827) 2. July 30 – Count Joseph Alexander Hübner, Austrian diplomat (b. 1811) 3. August 4 – Ernestine Rose, Polish-born feminist (b. 1810) 4. August 13 – Charles Lafontaine, Swiss mesmerist (b. 1803) 5. August 23 – Deodoro da Fonseca, 1st president of Brazil (b. 1827) 6. September 6 – Betty Bentley Beaumont, British merchant (b. 1828) 7. September 7 – John Greenleaf Whittier, American poet, abolitionist (b. 1807) 8. September 8 – Louisa Jane...

    • Partidos Revolucionarios Radicales
    • Imperialismo en Asia Y La Guerra Ruso-Japonesa
    • Industrialización Acelerada
    • Revolución de 1905
    • Los Gobiernos de Stolipin Y Kokovtsov
    • Política Balcánica Activa
    • Rusia en La Guerra Mundial
    • Caída Del Zarismo
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    Durante los años 1890, el desarrollo industrial del Imperio ruso produjo un aumento significativo de la burguesía urbana y de la clase obrera, lo que favoreció el desarrollo de partidos políticos radicales. Como el Estado y los extranjeros poseían la mayor parte de la industria del país, la clase obrera era comparativamente más fuerte y la burguesí...

    A finales del siglo XIX, Rusia mejoró su posición en Asia merced a su alianza con Francia y a la rivalidad creciente entre Gran Bretaña y Alemania. Hacia 1895, esta competía con Francia por el favor ruso, y los estadistas británicos esperaban negociar con los rusos para demarcar las esferas de influencia en Asia. Esta situación permitió a Rusia int...

    Los programas económicos ambiciosos pero costosos de Serguéi Witte, el tenaz ministro de Hacienda del país, fueron adoptados. Witte defendió la solicitud de préstamos externos, la adopción del patrón oro, la imposición de altos impuestos a la clase campesina, la aceleración del desarrollo de la industria, y la construcción de un ferrocarril siberia...

    La guerra ruso-japonesa aceleró el surgimiento de movimientos políticos entre las nacionalidades principales y todas las clases sociales, incluso entre los rusos acaudalados. Antes de 1904, los activistas liberales rusos del zemstvo y de las profesiones habían formado una organización, la Unión de Liberación. En el mismo año, se unieron con finland...

    En junio de 1907, el zar disolvió la segunda Duma y promulgó una nueva ley electoral, que inmensamente redujo el peso electoral de clase inferior y votantes no rusos y aumentó el peso de la nobleza. Este golpe político tenía el resultado a corto plazo deseado de restaurar la orden. Las nuevas elecciones de la Tercera Duma lo volvieron más conservad...

    La política del Extremo Oriente de Rusia estuvo por varios años abandonada, algo similar con Austria-Hungría se realizó entre 1897 y 1906. La victoria de Japón en 1905 había obligado a Rusia a hacer tratos con los británicos y los japoneses. En 1907 el nuevo Ministro de Asuntos Exteriores de Rusia, Aleksandr Izvolski, concluyó acuerdos con ambas na...

    Al comenzar la guerra, el zar Nicolás II cedió a la presión y designó al gran duque Nicoláscomandante en jefe de los ejércitos rusos. El gran duque, primo del zar, era competente, pero no participaba en la formulación de la estrategia o en el nombramiento de los mandos militares. En la fase inicial de la guerra, las ofensivas de Rusia en Prusia Ori...

    El inicio de Primera Guerra Mundial expuso la debilidad del gobierno de Nicolás II. Un espectáculo de la unidad nacional había acompañado la entrada de Rusia en la guerra, con la defensa de los serbios eslavos el grito de guerra principal. En el verano de 1914, el Duma y el zemstvo expresaron el apoyo lleno de esfuerzo a la guerra del gobierno. El ...

    Oppenheim, Samuel A. (1989). «Between Right and Left: G. Ia. Sokolnikov and the Development of the Soviet State, 1921-1929». Slavic Review 48(4): 592-613.

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    Federal Government

    1. President: Benjamin Harrison (R-Indiana) 2. Vice President: Levi P. Morton (R-New York) 3. Chief Justice: Melville Fuller (Illinois) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: Charles Frederick Crisp (D-Georgia) 5. Congress: 52nd

    January–March

    1. January 1 – Ellis Islandbegins receiving immigrants to the United States. 2. January 15 – James Naismith's rules for basketball are published for the first time in the SpringfieldYMCA International Training School's newspaper, in an article titled "A New Game". 3. January 20 – At the YMCA in Springfield, Massachusetts, the first official basketballgame is played. 4. February 12 – Former President Abraham Lincoln's birthday is declared a national public holidayin the United States. 5. Febru...

    April–June

    1. April – The Johnson County War breaks out between farmers and large ranchers in Wyoming. 2. April 15 – The General Electric Companyis established through the merger of the Thomson-Houston Company and the Edison General Electric Company. 3. April 19 – The 6.4 MLa Vacaville–Winters earthquake shakes the North Bay are of California with a maximum Mercalli intensity of IX (Violent). This first event in a doublet earthquake results in one death and is followed two days later by a 6.2 MLashock....

    July–September

    1. July 4 – Samoachanges its time zone to being 3 hours behind California, such that it crosses the international date line and July 4 occurs twice. 2. July 6 – Homestead Strike: The arrival of a force of 300 Pinkerton detectives from New York City and Chicagoresults in a fight in which about 10 men are killed. 3. August 4 – The father and stepmother of Lizzie Borden are found violently murdered in their Fall River, Massachusettscow. 4. August 9 – Thomas Edison receives a patent for a two-way...

    January 9 – Eva Bowring, U.S. Senator from Nebraska in 1954 (died 1985)
    January 14 – Hal Roach, film and television producer, director and actor (died 1992)
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    February 19 – Scott W. Lucas, U.S. Senator from Illinois from 1939 to 1951 (died 1968)
    January 2 – Montgomery C. Meigs, career U.S. Army officer and civil engineer, Quartermaster General of the United States Army during and after the American Civil War (born 1816)
    February 28 – Elias Nelson Conway, 5th Governor of Arkansas from 1852 to 1860 (born 1812)
    March 26 – Walt Whitman, poet, author of Leaves of Grass (born 1819).
    April 6 – Willard Saulsbury, Sr., U.S. Senator from Delaware from 1873 to 1892 (born 1820)
  4. 1890 ( MDCCCXC) fue un año común comenzado en miércoles según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 1.1 Enero 1.2 Marzo 1.3 Mayo 1.4 Agosto 1.5 Septiembre 1.6 Octubre 1.7 Noviembre 1.8 Diciembre 1.9 Fechas desconocidas 2 Arte y literatura 3 Ciencia y tecnología 4 Nacimientos 4.1 Enero 4.2 Febrero 4.3 Marzo 4.4 Abril 4.5 Mayo 4.6 Junio