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  1. En Madrid, Salamanca y Zaragoza se producen sangrientos enfrentamientos entre estudiantes y políticos. Puesta en marcha de la última sección de la Línea 2 del Metro de París, entre Rue de Bagnolet y la Nation. 26 de abril: en Madrid, España, se funda el Club Atlético de Madrid.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 19031903 - Wikipedia

    1903 was a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Wednesday of the Julian calendar, the 1903rd year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 903rd year of the 2nd millennium, the 3rd year of the 20th century, and the 4th year of the 1900s decade.

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    June 27 – 19-year-old American socialite Aida de Acosta becomes the first woman to fly a powered aircraft solo when she pilots Santos-Dumont's motorized dirigible, "No. 9", from Paris to Château de...
    December 17 – First documented, successful, controlled, powered flight of a heavier-than-air aircraft with a petrol engine by Orville Wright in the Wright Flyer at Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina.
    Konstantin Tsiolkovsky begins a series of papers discussing the use of liquid fuel rockets to reach outer space, space suits, and colonization of the Solar System.
    Peter Cooper Hewitt demonstrates the mercury-vapour lamp.
    Mikhail Semyonovich Tsvet invents chromatography, an important analytic technique.
    The International Committee of Atomic Weightspublishes the inaugural atomic weights report.
    October – Frank Nelson Cole demonstrates that the Mersenne number 267-1, or M67, is composite by factoringit as 193,707,721 * 761,838,257,287.
    Fast Fourier transform algorithm presented by Carle David Tolmé Runge.[citation needed]
    George Darwin and John Joly claim that radioactivity is partially responsible for the Earth's heat.
    Prosper-René Blondlot claims to have detected N rays.
    March–April – David Bruce identifies the parasitic Trypanosoma protist as the source of African trypanosomiasis("sleeping sickness").
    May 10 – Antoni Leśniowski publishes the first article implicating what will later be known as Crohn's disease, in the Polish weekly medical newspaper Medycyna.
    Alfred Walter Campbell divides the cytoarchitectureof the human brain into 14 areas.
    Ernest Fourneau synthesizes and patents Amylocaine, the first synthetic local anesthetic, under the name Stovaine at the Pasteur Institute.
    November – Windscreen wiper for automobiles is first patented by Mary Anderson in the United States.
    The first diesel-powered ships are launched, both for inland waters: Petite-Pierre in France, powered by Dyckhoff-built diesels, and the tanker Vandal in Russia, powered by Swedish-built diesels wi...
    Norwegian engineer Ægidius Elling builds the first gas turbine to generate power, using a centrifugal compressor.
    January 22 – Fritz Houtermans (died 1966), Danzig-born Dutch physicist.
    January 27 – John Eccles (died 1997), Australian-born psychologist.
    January 28 – Kathleen Lonsdale, née Yardley (died 1971), Irish-born crystallographer.
    February 2 – Bartel Leendert van der Waerden (died 1996), Dutch mathematician.
    February 1 – Sir George Stokes, 1st Baronet (born 1819), Anglo-Irish mathematician and physicist.
    February 7 – James Glaisher (born 1809), English meteorologistand balloonist.
    March 28 – Émile Baudot (born 1845), Frenchtelegraph engineer.
    April 28 – J. Willard Gibbs (born 1839), American physical chemist.
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    1. Presidente: Porfirio Díaz.

    16 de abril: Son aprehendidos por la policía en las oficinas del periódico El hijo del Ahuizote los periodistas independientes Ricardo y Enrique Flores Magón, Juan Sarabia, Alfonso Cravioto, Federi...
    1 de julio: Con la presencia del Ministro de Instrucción Pública Justo Sierra, es inaugurada en la calle Bucareli 616 de la Ciudad de México, la Escuela de Párvulos No. 1, la primera escuela de su...
    13 de noviembre: El papa Pío X crea la Diócesis de Huajuapan de León en la región de la mixteca abarcando municipios de Puebla y Oaxaca y siendo sufragánea a la Arquidiócesis de Puebla.[3]​
    5 de diciembre: El Congreso de la Unión concede al Poder Ejecutivo facultades extraordinarias para legislar en materia educativa.[4]​
    14 de enero: Carlos Villatoro, actor, guionista y director de cine originario de Chiapas; falleció en 1963.
    10 de septiembre: Benita Galeana, escritora, sindicalista y activista social originaria de Guerrero; falleció en 1995.
    21 de septiembre: Jorge Cuesta, químico, poeta, ensayista y editor originario de Córdoba, Veracruz; falleció en 1942.

    Bibliografía

    1. Arriola Cantero, Juan Federico (2013). Belisario Domínguez y la rebelión de las élites en México (1903-1913). Una aproximación historiográfica. Universidad Iberoamericana. Consultado el 18 de agosto de 2021. 2. Campos Alba, Elida Lucila (2016). «Una nueva institución: El jardín de niños en México». Colección Las Maestras de México. Educadoras y Maestras. Volumen 2 (1a. edición). Instituto Nacional de Estudios Históricos de las Revoluciones de México. pp. 19-62. ISBN 978-607-9419-73-8. Cons...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 1903_in_film1903 in film - Wikipedia

    Regarded as a milestone in film history for its innovative composite editing, camera movement, and cross cutting. Hiawatha, the Messiah of the Ojibway, directed by Joe Rosenthal, the first Canadian dramatic film. The Infernal Cake-Walk, directed by George Melies [4] The Infernal Cauldron, directed by Georges Melies.

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