Born – 25th July 1894 Died – 28th April 1918 Father – Petar Princip Mother – Marija Mićić Spouse – not married Children – no children 1894 (25th July) Gavrilo Princip was born to Petar and Marija Princip in Obalj, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He was the couple’s second child, his brother Jovan had been born … Read more Gavrilo Princip 1894 – 1918
Born – 15th February 1472 Died – 28th December 1503 Nickname – Piero the Unfortunate Father – Lorenzo de Medici (1449 – 1492) Mother – Clarice Orsini (1450 – 1488) Spouse – Alfonsina Orsini Children – Lorenzo (1492 – 1519), Clarice (1493 – 1528) Lord of Florence – 1492 – 1494 Preceded by – Lorenzo … Read more Piero de Medici (the Unfortunate) 1472 – 1503
This timeline is a chronology of Pevensey Castle in East Sussex, UK.
A Timeline of Prime Ministers of India from 1947 to present day
In 1947 India gained independence from Britain and, after a three-year interim period, took control of its own government
This timeline is a chronology of the causes and events of Prohibition in America
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This timeline details the Causes and Events of the Bay of Pigs Invasion of Cuba
A timeline of Pokemon Movies 18th July 1998 Pokemon The First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back length: 75 minutes Filmed in Japanese and released in Japan English dubbed version released in the USA 10th November 1999 17th July 1999 Pokemon The Movie 2000: The Power of One length: 82 minutes Filmed in Japanese and released in … Read more Pokemon Movies 1998 – Present
This timeline details pandemics through history
A pandemic is defined as a disease that spreads across a wide geographical area. Pandemics are generally caused by a new virus, or by a strain of an existing virus that spreads rapidly. They may also be caused by bacteria, though this is rarer nowadays unless it is resistant to antibiotics.
A Timeline of Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland from 1919 to present day
In January 1919, members of Sinn Féin refused to take their seats in Westminster. Instead they formed their own parliament Dáil Éireann and pushed for self-governance. The Anglo-Irish Treaty of December 1921 granted self-government to 26 counties of Ireland, to be named the Irish Free State, while the other 6 counties in the north remained a part of the United Kingdom. The treaty included a clause which stated that the government of Ireland had to swear allegiance to the British monarch. Members of Sinn Féin, including leader Éamon de Valera refused to take this oath and did not take their seats in government. In 1931 the Statute of Westminster passed full authority to the Irish Free State. Éamon de Valera founded a new party Fianna Fáil and when he was elected he abolished the Oath of Allegiance. In 1937 de Valera changed the constitution and the Irish Free State became Ireland. In 1949 Ireland became the Republic of Ireland.
This timeline is a chronology of the main events of the protest against religious changes and the closure of the monasteries known as the Pilgrimage of Grace. 1534 (Summer) The small order of Friars Observant in London was closed and their seven houses acquired by the crown. Father Forrest from the Greenwich Friars Observant was sent … Read more Pilgrimage of Grace 1536 – 1537
Born – 19th September 1416 Died – 2nd December 1469 Father – Cosimo de Medici (1389 – 1464) Mother – Contessina de Bardi (1390 – 1473) Spouse – Lucrezia Tornabuoni (1427 – 1482) Children – Maria (c1444 – 1473), Bianca (1445 – 1488), Lucrezia (1447 – 1493), Lorenzo (1449 – 1492), Giuliano (1453 – 1478) … Read more Piero de Medici (The Gouty) 1416 – 1469
This timeline details the main events of the Pilgrim Fathers from their departure from England in 1607 to the celebration of the first harvest in 1621.
This timeline is a chronology of the outbreak of plague known as the Great Plague that affected London in 1665 See also: The Great Fire of London 1666 Outbreaks of the plague 1663 (during) King Charles II suspended trade with the Dutch after learning that there was an outbreak of plague in Holland. 1663 (November) … Read more The Great Plague of London 1665
Born – 8th January 1935 Died – 16th August 1977 Father – Vernon Elvis Presley (1916 – 1979) Mother – Gladys Love Smith (1912 – 1958) Spouse – m. 1967-1973 – Priscilla Beaulieu (b. 1945) Children – Lisa-Marie (b. 1968) 1935 (8th January) Elvis Presley was born Elvis Aaron Presley to Vernon Elvis Presley and … Read more Elvis Presley 1935 – 1977
Father – James McCartney
Mother – Mary Mohan
Spouse – Linda Eastman, Heather Mills, Nancy Shevell
Children – Heather, Mary, Stella, James, Beatrice
Father – Charles V Holy Roman Emperor
Mother – Isabella of Portugal
Spouses – Maria Manuela, Mary I of England, Elisabeth of Valois, Anna of Austria
Children – by Maria – Don Carlos; by Elisabeth – Isabella, Catherine; by Anna – Ferdinand, Carlos, Diego, Philip, Maria
King of Spain – 1556 – 1596
Preceded by – Charles I
Succeeded by – Philip III
This timeline details the main events covered in the first 40 years of the twentieth century, including World War One and the Inter War Years, and is linked to the GCSE topic Peace and War: International Relations 1900 – 1939
It was originally thought that the disease was spread by black rats, but due to the rate of spread and the lack of evidence of large numbers of rat corpses (Bubonic plague kills rats), it is now thought that the bacillus that caused the disease was airborne; spread by the victims themselves.
This timeline details all US Presidents from 1789 to 2013
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Term = Term of Office and applies where the person has become President following an election victory
Served = Where a person has taken over as US President without winning an election