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  1. 1900 fue un año común comenzado en lunes según el calendario gregoriano y un año bisiesto comenzado en sábado según el calendario juliano. A partir del 1 de marzo de este año, al existir un día más en los años seculares que no son múltiplos de 400 en el calendario juliano, la diferencia entre ambos calendarios aumentó a 13 días; diferencia que se mantendrá hasta el 16 de febrerojul./ 1 de marzo de 2100greg.. Fue el año 1900 de la era común y del anno Domini, el año 900 del ...

  2. El siglo XX se inicia en medio de grandes adelantos tecnológicos, entre los cuales el automóvil ocupa un lugar destacado. En América Henry Ford adelantó una verdadera revolución en el sistema de producción en cadena industrial que puso a prueba con la fabricación de su Modelo T. El 17 de diciembre de 1903 los hermanos Wright se convirtieron en los primeros en realizar un vuelo en un avión controlado, no obstante algunos afirman que ese honor le corresponde a Alberto Santos Dumont ...

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    Poder ejecutivo

    1. Presidente: Porfirio Díaz.

    Enero a junio

    1. 22 de febrero: Luis Buñuel, director de cine español naturalizado mexicano; falleció en 1983. 2. 2 de marzo: Elena Sánchez Valenzuela, actriz de cine mudo y periodista originaria de la Ciudad de México; falleció en 1950. 3. 16 de abril: Toribio Romo González, sacerdote, mártir y santo católico originario de Jalisco; falleció en 1928. 4. 19 de abril: Elías Nandino, médico y poeta originario de Jalisco; falleció en 1993. 5. 22 de abril: Salomón González Blanco, senador, gobernador de Chiapas...

    Julio a diciembre

    1. 29 de septiembre: Miguel Alemán Valdés, abogado, empresario y político veracruzano, presidente de México de 1946 a 1952; falleció en 1983. 2. 30 de septiembre: Joaquín Pardavé, actor y director de cine en la época de oro del cine mexicano originario de Guanajuato; falleció en 1955.

    Bibliografía

    1. Serrano Álvarez, Pablo (2012). Porfirio Díaz y el Porfiriato. Cronología (1830-1915) (1.ª edición). Instituto Nacional de Estudios Históricos de las Revoluciones de México. ISBN 978-607-7916-66-6. Consultado el 20 de agosto de 2021.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 19001900 - Wikipedia

    1900 was an exceptional common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Saturday of the Julian calendar, the 1900th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 900th year of the 2nd millennium, the 100th and last year of the 19th century, and the 1st year of the 1900s decade.

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    There are several main varieties of how individual years of the decade are pronounced. Using 1906 as an example, they are "nineteen-oh-six", "nineteen-six", and "nineteen-aught-six". Which variety is most prominent depends somewhat on global region and generation. "Nineteen-oh-six" is the most common; "nineteen-six" is less common. In American Engl...

    Major political changes

    1. New Imperialism 2. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the French Third Republic sign Entente Cordiale

    Wars

    1. Second Boer Warends. 2. Philippine–American Wartakes place (1899–1902). 3. The Kuwaiti–Rashidi wartakes place (1900–1901). 4. Russo-Japanese War establishes the Empire of Japanas a world power. 5. Battle of Riyadh was a minor battle of the Unification of Saudi Arabia. 6. Battle of Dilam was a major battle of the Unification War between Rashidi and Saudirebels. 7. First Saudi–Rashidi War was engaged between the Saudi loyal forces of the newborn Emirate of Riyadh versus the Emirate of Ha'il....

    Internal conflicts

    1. The Boxer Rebellionends. 2. The Russian Revolution of 1905. 3. The Mesopotamia uprising of 1906. 4. Demand for Home Rulefor Ireland. 5. Herero and Namaqua Genocide in German South-West Africa(modern Namibia). 6. Kurdish uprising in Bitlisagainst the Ottoman Empire in 1907.

    Natural disasters

    1. September 8, 1900 – A powerful hurricane hits Galveston, Texas, USA killing about 8,000. 2. April 19, 1902 – A magnitude 7.5 earthquake rocks Guatemala, killing 2,000. 3. May 8, 1902 – In Martinique, Mount Pelée erupts, destroying the town of Saint-Pierreand killing over 30,000. 4. April 7, 1906 – Mount Vesuvius erupts and devastates Naples. 5. April 18, 1906 – The 1906 San Francisco earthquake (estimated magnitude 7.8) on the San Andreas Fault destroys much of San Francisco, USA, killing...

    Non-natural disasters

    1. April 26, 1900 – The Great Lumber Fire of Ottawa–Hullkills 7 and leaves 15,000 homeless. 2. May 1, 1900 – The Scofield Mine disaster in Scofield, Utahcaused by explosion killing at least 200 men. 3. June 30, 1900 – Hoboken Docks Fire: The German passenger ships Saale, Main, Bremen, and Kaiser William der Grosse, all owned by the North German Lloyd Steamship line, catch fire at the docks in Hoboken, New Jersey, USA . The fire began on a wharf and spread to the adjacent piers, warehouses, an...

    Prominent assassinations, targeted killings, and assassination attempts include: 1. July 29, 1900 – King Umberto I of Italy is assassinated by Italian-born anarchist Gaetano Bresci. 2. March 6, 1901 – In Bremen, an assassin attempts to kill Wilhelm II of Germany. 3. September 6, 1901 – American anarchist Leon Czolgosz shoots U.S. President William ...

    Science

    1. March 17, 1905 – Annus Mirabilis papers – Albert Einstein publishes his paper "On a heuristic viewpoint concerning the production and transformation of light", in which he explains the photoelectric effect, using the notion of light quanta. For this paper Einstein received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921. 2. May 11, 1905 – Annus Mirabilis papers – Albert Einstein submits his doctoral dissertation "On the Motion of Small Particles...", in which he explains Brownian motion. 3. June 30, 1...

    Technology

    1. Widespread application of the internal combustion engine including mass production of the automobile. Rudolf Diesel demonstrated the diesel engine in the 1900 Exposition Universelle (World's Fair) in Paris using peanut oil fuel (see biodiesel). The Diesel engine takes the Grand Prix. The exposition was attended by 50 million people. The same year Wilhelm Maybach designed an engine built at Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft—following the specifications of Emil Jellinek—who required the engine to...

    Literature

    The best selling books of the decade were Anne of Green Gables (1908) and The Tale of Peter Rabbit (1902), which sold 50 million and 45 million copies respectively. Serbian writers used the Belgrade literary style, an Ekavian writing form which set basis for the later standardization of the Serbian language. Theodor Herzl, the founder of political Zionism, published The Old New Land in 1902, outlining Herzl's vision for a Jewish state in the Land of Israel. Below are the best-selling books in...

    Art

    1. Pablo Picasso paints Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, considered by some to be the birth of modern art. 2. Art Nouveauart movement peaked in popularity at the turn of the 20th century (1890–1905). 3. Cubismart movement peaked in popularity in France between 1907 and 1911. 4. Fauvismart movement peaked in popularity between 1905 and 1907.

    Film

    1. April 2, 1902 – Electric Theatre, the first movie theater in the United States, opens in Los Angeles. 2. The first huge success of American cinema, as well as the largest experimental achievement to this point, was the 1903 film The Great Train Robbery, directed by Edwin S. Porter. 3. The world's first feature film, The Story of the Kelly Gang is released on 26 December 1906 in Melbourne, Australia.

    Prices and Wages by Decade: 1900s—Research guide from the University of Missouri Library shows average wages for various occupations and prices for common items from 1900 to 1909.

  4. Los Juegos Olímpicos de París 1900, oficialmente Juegos de la II Olimpiada, son la segunda edición de las olimpiadas modernas. Tuvieron lugar en París, Francia, del 14 de mayo al 28 de octubre de 1900, en el marco de la Exposición Universal. La decisión de celebrar los Juegos de 1900 en París se tomó en la reunión del I Congreso Olímpico celebrado ...

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