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  1. 1864 ( MDCCCLXIV) fue un año bisiesto comenzado en viernes según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 1.1 Febrero 1.2 Marzo 1.3 Abril 1.4 Mayo 1.5 Julio 1.6 Agosto 1.7 Septiembre 1.8 Octubre 1.9 Noviembre 1.10 Fechas desconocidas 2 Arte y literatura 3 Ciencia y tecnología 4 Nacimientos 4.1 Enero 4.2 Febrero 4.3 Marzo 4.4 Abril

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    American Civil War in 1864. July 18 – President Lincoln issues a true proclamation of conscription of 500,000 men, for the U.S. Civil War. July 19 – The Third Battle of Nanking climaxes, when the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom capital of Nanking falls to an assault by Imperial Qing Dynasty forces, in the last major action of the Taiping Rebellion ...

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    1864 fue producido por Miso Film para DR. Fue una coproducción con Film Fyn, TV2 (Noruega), TV4 (Suecia), SF Studios, ARTE, ZDF Enterprises y Sirena Film (República Checa).[13]​ DR había producido recientemente las exitosas series The Killing, Borgen y Bron/Broen,[14]​ y varias de las estrellas de esas series, como Lars Mikkelsen, Sidse Babett Knud...

    La serie dividió a los críticos en Dinamarca; algunos se mostraron entusiastas, alabando la espléndida fotografía, mientras que otros consideraron que el costo debería haberse utilizado para otros programas, especialmente para el cine negro escandinavo.[15]​[25]​ Algunos críticos e historiadores daneses sintieron que la serie contenía inexactitudes...

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    1864 GenreWar drama Created byOle Bornedal Written byOle Bornedal Directed byOle Bornedal StarringPilou Asbæk Jakob Oftebro Marie Tourell Søderberg Sidse Babett Knudsen Søren Malling Jens Sætter-Lassen Nicolas Bro Johannes Lassen Sarah-Sofie Boussnina Bent Mejding ComposerMarco Beltrami Country of originDenmark Original languagesDanish German No. o...

    1864 was produced by Miso Film for DR. It was a co-production with Film Fyn, TV2, TV4, SF Studios, ARTE, ZDF Enterprises and Sirena Film. DR had recently produced the highly successful series The Killing, Borgen and The Bridge, and several of the stars of those series, such as Lars Mikkelsen, Sidse Babett Knudsen and Søren Malling, were among the c...

    In 1851, the people of a Danish village await the return of the victorious soldiers from the First Schleswig War. Among the soldiers is farmer Thøger Jensen, who has incurred a severe leg wound and returns to his wife Karen and sons 12-year-old Laust and 11-year-old Peter ...

    In the 1860s, Monrad is now Council President, and has become a convinced nationalist. He actively tries to provoke a war with Prussia over the Schleswig-Holstein Question, still encouraged by Mrs Heiberg. Monrad tries to persuade the new king, Christian IX, that declaring war wo

    A frame story takes place in the modern day. Troubled teenage tearaway Claudia and her drug dealer boyfriend Zlatko are taken on a school trip to the Dybbøl battlefield, where they are bored and smoke marijuana. Soon afterwards Claudia, whose brother was killed while ...

    1864 was first broadcast on DR1 on 12 October 2014. It was broadcast in a four-week run on BBC Four in the United Kingdom, starting on 16 May 2015 with 2 episodes shown each week. The series premiered on Swedish commercial broadcaster TV4 and on the Franco-German network Arte in June 2015. It was shown on Irish public service broadcaster RTÉ2 in Ju...

    The series divided reviewers in Denmark; some were enthusiastic, praising the lavish cinematography, while others considered the cost should have been used for other programming, especially more Scandinavian noir. Some Danish critics and historians felt that the series contained historical inaccuracies, particularly in its assertion that excessive ...

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    Federal Government

    1. President: Abraham Lincoln (R-Illinois) 2. Vice President: Hannibal Hamlin (R-Maine) 3. Chief Justice: Roger B. Taney (Maryland) (until October 12), Salmon P. Chase (Ohio) (starting December 15) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: Schuyler Colfax (R-Indiana) 5. Congress: 38th

    January

    1. January – Long Walk of the Navajo: Bands of Navajo led by the U.S. Army are relocated from their traditional lands in eastern Arizona Territory and western New Mexico Territory to Fort Sumner in the Pecos Rivervalley. At least 200 died along the 300-mile (480 km) trek that took over 18 days to travel on foot. 2. January 13 – Songwriter Stephen Foster ("Oh! Susanna", "Old Folks at Home") dies aged 37 in New York City leaving a scrap of paper reading "Dear friends and gentle hearts". His par...

    February

    1. February – Lewiston–Queenston Suspension Bridge on the Niagara Rivercollapses in a gale. 2. February 9 – American Civil War: Libby Prison escape – 109 Union soldiers escape from the Confederate prison in Richmond, Virginia, 59 making it back to their home territory. 3. February 17 – American Civil War: The tiny Confederate submarine Hunley torpedoes the USS Housatonic, becoming the first submarine to sink an enemy ship (the sub and her crew of 8 are also lost). 4. February 20 – American Ci...

    March

    1. March 9 – American Civil War: President Abraham Lincoln appoints Ulysses S. Grant commander in chief of all Union armies. 2. March 10 – American Civil War: The Red River Campaign begins as Union troops reach Alexandria, Louisiana.

    January to June

    1. January 9 – Alvah Curtis Roebuck, American businessman, co-founder of Sears, Roebuck(died 1948) 2. January 10 – Annie Lowrie Alexander, physician and educator (died 1929) 3. February 7 – Arthur Collins, singer who records many early songs (died 1933) 4. March 2 – William Hall Milton, U.S. Senator from Florida from 1908 to 1909 (died 1942) 5. March 19 – Charles Marion Russell, "cowboy artist" (died 1926) 6. April 8 – Orelia Key Bell, poet (died 1959) 7. April 16 – Rose Talbot Bullard, medic...

    July to December

    1. July 8 – Frank B. Brandegee, U.S. Senator from Connecticut from 1905 to 1924 (died 1924) 2. July 12 – George Washington Carver, African-American agricultural botanist (died 1943) 3. July 13 – John Jacob Astor IV, businessman. (died 1912) 4. July 21 – Frances Folsom Cleveland, First Lady of the United States as wife of Grover Cleveland(died 1947) 5. August 17 – Robert F. Broussard, U.S. Senator from Louisiana from 1915 to 1918 (died 1918) 6. October 1 – Emma Sheridan Fry, actress and playwr...

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    1. Kitty Cheatham, singer (died 1946)

    January to June

    1. January 1 – Solon Borland, United States Senator from Arkansas from 1848 till 1853. (b. 1808) 2. January 2 – Lemuel J. Bowden, United States Senator from Virginia from 1863 till 1864. (b. 1815) 3. January 7 – Caleb Blood Smith, journalist and politician in the Cabinet of Abraham Lincoln from 1862 to 1864 (born 1808) 4. January 13 – Stephen Foster, songwriter (born 1826) 5. January 31 – Hamilton Rowan Gamble, 16th Governor of Missouri from 1861 to 1864 (born 1798) 6. February 19 – William E...

    July to December

    1. July 22 – James B. McPherson, Union Army general killed in the Battle of Atlanta (b. 1828) 2. August 5 – Griffin A. Stedman, colonel in the Union Army who was mortally wounded in the Battle of Petersburg (born 1838) 3. September 4 3.1. Henry Johnson, United States Senator from Louisiana from 1818 till 1824 and from 1844 till 1849. (b. 1783) 3.2. Albert Smith White, United States Senator from Indiana from 1839 to 1845 (b. 1803) 3.3. John Hunt Morgan, Confederate general in the American Civi...

  3. la invasión brasileña de 1864, conocida también en brasil como guerra contra aguirre o —en brasil y en portugués— guerra do uruguai ( guerra del uruguay ), es el nombre que los contemporáneos de los hechos e historiadores han dado a la intervención armada, efectuada por el imperio del brasil, que se produjo entre 1864 y 1865 en el marco de una …