Still afraid of Friday the 13th? Then You don’t know about these dates, which have distinguished the terrible events throughout history.
Many of us believe in superstitions concerning Friday the 13th, so we do everything we can to stay safe. But there are days of the calendar during which there is a lot more disasters, accidents and other terrible things. What kind of days?
1865: Abraham Lincoln was fatally shot while attending the play at Ford’s theater in Washington, D.C., informs Rus.Media.
1912: Titanic hits an iceberg in the Atlantic ocean.
1935: Texas and Oklahoma suffered one of the worst mass sand storms of all time, forming an area known as “Dusty plate”. Many people died and many more were forced to find new premises.
1944: the First group of Jewish citizens transported from Athens, Greece, arrives at Auschwitz.
1972: Northern Ireland attacked twenty-four bombs. This is the work of a Provisional Irish Republican army.
1999: the national the North Atlantic Treaty organization, or NATO accidentally bombed a convoy of civilian vehicles after they were mistakenly taken for the Serbian military vehicles, killing 73 of the Albanian refugees.
2013: Eleven people died and 50 other were injured during a fire at a hotel in Sangsan, China.
1587: Queen of England Elizabeth I signed the execution order for his cousin, Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots.
1888: it is Reported on the death of 246 people as a result of hail that occurred near the town Moradabad, India.
1889: Born Adolf Hitler.
1920: Tornadoes killed 219 people in Alabama and Mississippi.
1999: a Murder at Columbia high school. Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold killed 13 people and injured 24 people before taking their own life.
2010: the Explosion on the rig Deepwater Horizon kills 11 people and causes flooding of the drilling rig, causing a massive discharge of oil into the Gulf of Mexico.
2012: plane Crash near Islamabad, Pakistan, kills 127 people.
2013: 193 people were killed and 11 826 were injured after the earthquake scale at 7.0 points in Lushan County, China.
2013: 5 snowboarders killed by an avalanche in Loveland pass, Colorado.
1184 G. B. E.: the Greeks enter Troy using the Trojan horse (traditional date).
1915: More than 1.5 million Armenians were killed by Turks.
1960: an Earthquake strikes Iran. 500 people were killed.
1971: Play Frank Merrill opens and closes on the same day in the theatre Longan in new York.
1980: the Us military operation to save 52 hostages in Iran fails. Eight soldiers killed when their helicopters collide in the air.
2013: the Building of a garment production collapses in Bangladesh, killing 256 people and injured 1000 people.
1748 : Vanity after public execution in Amsterdam was responsible for the death of more than 200 people.
1846: the Saxophone was patented by Antoine Joseph sax. Residents of the neighboring apartments can’t fall asleep again.
1914:a Serbian nationalist, murdered in Sarajevo the Archduke of Austria Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie. First world war begins within months.
1941: German and Romanian soldiers killed 11 million Jews in Kishinev.
1965: President Lyndon Johnson authorizes the first American ground troops in Vietnam. The last troops will leave the country in eight years.
1975: Golfer Lee Trevino was struck by lightning at the Western Open in Illinois.
1890: First execution by electric chair occurred in a prison in Auburn new York.
1914: Austria-Hungary declares war on Russia, pushing two great powers against each other during the First world war.
1945: Enola Gay throws the world’s first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, instantly killing 80,000 people.
1951: 4800 people die when on the coast of Manchuria, in northeast Asia, there was a massive Typhoon.
1997: a Korean plane ended up in disaster on the island of GUAM in the Pacific ocean. Of the 254 persons aboard, only 26 survived.
2013: Twenty-five people were killed and 60 injured, when in Baghdad, Iraq, have been rocked by a series of car bombs.
483 G. B. E.: Die Buddha. This date is considered bad in Japan that couples avoid marriage in this day.
1040: King of Scotland Duncan I died in battle against his first cousin and rival Macbeth, who inherits the Royal throne.
1635: the First was the hurricane in America affects the colony of Plymouth.
1914: the Servant of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright kills seven people in the house of the architect in Wisconsin, Tales and burning building.
1950: Earthquake of scale 8.3 points in India kills up to 30 thousand people.
2007: earthquake capacity of 8.0 points on the Pacific coast of Peru, killing 514 people and injuring 1,090.
1482: the Plundering by the Tatars in Kiev, Ukraine.
1689: Russia begins taxing men’s beards.
1859: a Solar storm affects electrical Telegraph service.
1918: Baseball season ends early due to the First world war.
1923: an Earthquake of 7.9 points occurred in Tokyo and Yokohama. Killed 142 thousand people.
1939: world war II begins when Germany invades Poland. More than 60 million people worldwide will be killed in its course.
1962: 12,000 people died during the earthquake in Western Iran.
1983: a Korean Boeing 747 flight 007 flies over Siberia, where he is shot down by Soviet aircraft.
1666: the Great fire of London, spreading, destroying large parts of the city.
1792: “the Massacres of September,” began during the French revolution; During the next four days crowds attacked the prison in Paris.
1935: Hurricane “Category 5” is happening in the Florida Keys. At the time, this is the most intense hurricane that was ever in the United States.
1944: Anne Frank was sent to Auschwitz.
1949: a Fire that lasted 18 hours, engulfed Chongqing, China, killing more than 1,000 people.
1956: In Mahbubnagar, India, destroyed a railway bridge that leads to the fact that two carriages falling into the river. 121 people were killed.
1992: an Earthquake strikes Nicaragua, killing 116 people.
1649: Massacre at Drogheda, Ireland; Oliver Cromwell kills 3,000 royalists.
1789: Alexander Hamilton appointed first Secretary of the Treasury.
1857: the mountain meadows Massacre. The Mormons, dressed as Indians, in Utah killed 120 colonists.
1881: Triple the displacement of rocks hides elm, a village in Switzerland.
1939: British submarines Triton torpedoes British attack submarines Oxley.
1943:the Liquidated Jewish ghettos in Minsk and Lida, Belarus.
1963: Typhoon Gloria strikes in Thailand. 330 people were killed.
1986: the Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered the largest decline in one day (at that time), a decrease of 86,61 item.
2001: Terrorists hijack and crash passenger planes hitting new York’s Trade towers and the Pentagon. Another plane crashed in Pennsylvania after passengers fought off hijackers. About 3,000 people died.
2012: the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya came under assault, was razgromlena and burned. Five people, including a U.S. Ambassador, were killed.
2015: In Mekc, Saudi Arabia, cut off a huge crane, which killed more than 100 people.
1913: Floods in El Salvador kill thousands of people.
1929: “Black Tuesday” – stock market crash, causes of the Great depression.
1942: the Nazis murdered 16 million Jews in Pinsk, Soviet Union.
1945: the First ballpoint pen sold in 57 years after its patentovaniya.
1998: Hurricane Mitch, the second deadly Atlantic hurricane in history (more than 11 thousand dead), was held in Honduras.
1999: the Most deadly tropical cyclone Indian ocean Orca, India, killing 15 thousand people.
2011: a Record-breaking snowstorm in the northeastern United States leaves nearly 2 million residents without electricity for more than 36 hours.
2012: Hurricane sandy makes precipitation in new Jersey, resulting in 110 deaths and damage of $ 50 billion.
43 G. B. E.: Killed by Marcus Tullius Cicero (106 B. G. E.), Roman orator and politician.
1941: the Imperial Japanese Navy attacks the U.S. fleet in the naval base at pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The next day the United States joins the Second world war.
1946: a Fire at the Winecoff hotel in Atlanta cause the deaths of 119 people.
1983: Two planes collided at Madrid airport, killing 93 people.
1988: Earthquake in Spcace, Armenia, the scale at 6.9 points, killing 25 million people and 5 million are homeless.
1993: Massacre on the railway tracks of long island. Passenger Colin Ferguson kills six people and injures 19 people in a suburban train in Nassau County, new York.